In line with the tightened safe management measures, all water play and water recreational facilities are closed from 8 to 30 May:
- Water play area at Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden at the Singapore Botanic Gardens
- Clusia Cove at Jurong Lake Gardens
- Wading pool at Fort Canning Park
- Water play area at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park
- Wading pool and jet fountain at Coastal PlayGrove at East Coast Park
- Hot spring stations at Sembawang Hot Spring Park
Please check our noticeboard for the latest updates.
Playgrounds are common fixtures that can be found at our parks and gardens. Besides providing your little ones with hours of fun, playing at playgrounds also helps your children develop psychomotor skills, such as balance and agility. Interacting with other children at the playground also helps your children develop their social skills.
Here are some playgrounds that you may like to take your children to:
Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden
Located within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden is Asia's first children's garden, and is dedicated to all the children in Singapore. Children love crossing the swaying suspension bridge, climbing up to the tree house, exploring the Melting Maze, and playing with water at the water play area.
Climb up to the tree house at Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.
Slide down from the tree house.
If your children like playing with water, bring them to the water play area at Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden.
The suspension bridge sways with each step your child takes!
Pasir Ris Park
One of the largest playgrounds in Singapore, Pasir Ris Park offers a rich variety of play equipment suited for a wide range of ages. Highlights at this playground include suspension bridges, rope pyramids, and flying fox installations. Set amidst lush greenery, the myriad of play structures promises many hours of play and exploration for your child.
Children climb up this rope pyramid to get to the entrance of the slide.
Children love sliding down this long, winding slide.
Let your children develop their sense of balance as they make their way across this suspension bridge.
Children enjoy going round and round on this rotating disc.
Can your child climb to the top?
Tiong Bahru Park
Do toy trains evoke a sense of play and adventure in your kids? Take them to Tiong Bahru Park, where they can play in a life-sized train! Your children can climb on board the train and make their way through the tilted carriages. There are slides leading out of the train too. Other attractions at this playground include a merry-go-round and flying fox.
The tilting train is the centrepiece of the playground at Tiong Bahru Park.
Children can make their way through the tilted carriages.
Children can whiz alongside the train on the flying fox.
The traditional merry-go-round can still be found at Tiong Bahru Park!
West Coast Park
The centrepiece of the West Coast Park playground is the huge climbing pyramid structure. Children who make the climb to the top are rewarded with a fun slide back down to the ground. Like the playgrounds of yesteryears, the West Coast Park playground is covered in sand, so you and your child can indulge in sandcastle building. The playground also boasts no less than four flying fox installations.
West Coast Park contains one of the tallest climbing pyramid playgrounds in Singapore.
Build sandcastles with your child at the West Coast Park playground.
The flying fox is one of the most popular play equipment at this playground.
Put your balance and agility to the test at the rope obstacle course.