COMPASS ONE Kids who love adventure will enjoy the Ninja Trail on Level 4 of Compass One, which is linked to Sengkang MRT station. The mall was formerly known as Compass Point and reopened in September last year.
The water obstacle course has 17 play features, such as Jelly Jumping Pads, which they have to jump on to nd bursts of water, and the Soaking Monkeys, where kids will have to navigate through “fog” while hanging from monkey bars, before ringing the bell at the nishing line. Pack a change of clothes; there are toilets beside the playground.
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www. parkway parade. com.sg WATERWAY POINT CHANGI AIRPORT While your kids have fun at Waterway Point’s rooftop playground, you’ll be busy taking Instagram shots of the scenic Punggol Waterway.
The huge playground, named Happy Park, is divided into two play areas. The undulating dry section has spinners, climbing tubes and trampolines, while the wet play area features a river loop, water spray trumpets and fountains.
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The 5.45m-tall structure is painted in bright orange and yellow, and features three slides, learning panels and climbers. There is also a playpen for toddlers and a comfy corner where you can watch cartoons.
www.changiairport.com VISIT TIONG BAHRU PLAZA Scheduled to open in the rst quarter of this year, the mall’s sparrow play sculpture pays homage to the iconic designs of yesteryear, while incorporating new play elements.
The highlights of the playground on Level 3 include a hammock forest and horizontal ropes, a bird’s-nest swing, as well as trampoline and musical play panels. There is also an inclusive merry-goround with handicap ramps that allow children of all abilities to play together.
ww w.t iongba hruplaza. com.sg VISIT VIVOCITY Level 2 is home to a recently renovated outdoor playground with two play areas for children of various age groups. The younger ones will enjoy bouncing on the trampoline, and the slides here are shorter.
Those aged six to 12 will love the swings, climbing ropes and ladders, sliding poles and slide. There is also a wet play area tted with rhythmic water jets that light up in a colourful pattern every day, after 7pm.
www.vivocity.com.sg VISIT VISIT OOUTDOORUT DO OR PLPLAYGROUNDSAYGROU ND S OUTDOOR PLAYGROUNDS PARKWAY PARADE A life-size ship is the centrepiece of the mall’s nautical-themed playground. Located outside Dome Cafe on Level 1, The Hideout caters to kids with diverse abilities.
Children in wheelchairs can use the lower deck, which is outtted with play panels. MARINE COVE About half the size of a football eld, this playground is the highlight of the revamped East Coast Park recreational enclave that includes the iconic McDonald’s.
Its focal point is an 8m, three-storey tower that incorporates several play elements including three slides, a rope bridge and climbing net courses. But there’s plenty to engage toddlers, as well as specialneeds kids, here. Plus points include the big car park and public toilet, which has shower facilities and sinks built for little ones. VISIT CITY SQUARE MALL The mall’s revamped play area on Level 1 has two inclusive swings and a wheelchairaccessible merry-go-round, which provides a common space for both children with and without special needs. There are also other play features such as a climbing net, a swinging bridge, and a tall green slide.
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