Yishun Glen playgrounds are made up of three separate play areas, each offering different elements of fun for kids.
Nature-themed Yishun Glen Playground
The first Yishun Glen playground can be found in front of Block 382C. It features a pair of nature themed play towers.
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The two play towers are connected by a tunnel at the upper level.
Kids can climb up using one of the different entry points, including a set of stairs and one that looks like a gnarly set of roots.
Multiple slides provide exit options for kids to escape from the play structure and back to the ground.
At the side of the main play tower is a mini merry go ground.
The merry go round looks surprisingly like a flying saucer. There are seats for kids to sit on as well as hand grips for them to hold on to as the merry go round goes spinning.
Toddler Playground & Springer
The next Yishun Glen playground can be found a distance away from the first.
This one is actually made up of two separate playground structures.
One of these is a low structure with leaf motifs at the ends.
The leaf ends house little play panels that are suited to toddlers.
There are also little cocoon pods where kids can hide away for a little while.
Just beside the toddler playground is another play structure. Similar to the other playground structure, it is made up of a pair of towers that kids can climb up and explore.
Multiple slides lead out from this playground.
The turquoise slides have an unusual feature – in the middle of the slide are a set of rollers.
There is also a kid sized bouldering wall next to the play structure.
One interesting piece of play equipment here is a springer.
Kids can stand on the springer and bounce up and down to their heart’s content.
Play Blocks, Swings & See Saw
The third Yishun Glen playground can be found in front of block 383c.
There are multiple interesting pieces of play equipment here.
These include colourful blocks.
Another is a climbing structure that looks like an elevated wagon with a slide at one end.
This is also where the swings at Yishun Glen can be found.
For a bit of up and down fun, there is a metal see saw with a space in the middle that looks large enough for a young child to fit inside.
The Yishun Glen playgrounds offer different options for kids in the neighbourhood to play and have fun.