Choa Chu Kang Park
Things To Know About Choa Chu Kang Park
Choa Chu Kang Park, in Singapore’s northwestern region, offers several recreational activities for the family. There’s something for everyone four separate locations, a tiny skate plaza, various fitness stations for kids and adults, lawns, and event spaces. Choa Chu Kang Park a rural area with kampong settlements and crop plantations is still alive.
Choa Chu Kang Park is a Singapore community park located alongside the Kranji Expressway and Choa Chu Kang Drive. It is in Singapore’s northwestern region.
About Choa Chu Kang Park
Today, nature lovers can stroll through the park’s natural areas, which feature a small stream, and walk through the remnants of the old fruit tree plantations. The Choa Chu Kang Park is home to various birds and a perfect site for bird lovers to enjoy the chirping symphony in the early mornings and evenings. The park’s restaurant is a place for families and friends to get together over a meal. The “kangchu” refers to the early Chinese immigrants who settled near Sungei Berih, while “chu” refers to a well-established clan.
Garden on the Allotment
Are you looking for a place to practice your green thumbs? For those who want their own space to plant, NParks offers allotment gardening sites. Each allotment plot is a 2.5 m × 1 m raised planter bed that can lease for a fee for three years.
Skateboarding, inline skating, and cycling
Choa Chu Kang Park’s wide tarmac paths are great for leisurely cycling and skating. There is also a little skate plaza where young skateboarders can improve their skills.
Playgrounds and Nature
Do you want to try something new? Take a walk through the forested area that borders Choa Chu Kang Park, greeted by a plethora of fruit trees, birds, and other wildlife. The park extension is made up of native tree and shrub species.
Choa Chu Kang Park is a play utopia for youngsters, with four different playground areas featuring sand play, a pyramid climbing net, a train-themed playground, swings, and other unique play equipment.
Choa Chu Kang Park’s Therapeutic Garden
The Therapeutic Garden at Choa Chu Kang Park opened on July 7, 2018, and is located next to the Community-In-Bloom Garden and Allotment Garden, enhancing the social link to the local gardening community. It gets specifically – developed with elements that affect our mental health and reduce stress. The garden is handicapped accessible and features tasty and fragrant plants and soothing features.
Information for Visitors
The 11-hectare park offers a diverse range of recreational opportunities for people of all ages. It bills itself as a park for the entire family, from toddlers to seniors.
- A toddler’s playground adventure playground
- a galaxy playground,
- a multi-purpose court exercising fitness and
- sidewalk amenities.
The park is appropriate for the entire family because there is something for everyone to enjoy. After a solid workout, the park also features a restaurant for people who want food and refreshments. An Amphi theatre gets – located next to the restaurant and utilized for cultural acts in the evenings and on weekends.
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