Coastal Playgrove at East Coast Park
Guide To Know About Coastal Playgrove at East Coast Park
Coastal Playgrove at East Coast Park 4.5-hectare Coastal PlayGrove is the newest family-friendly destination at East Coast Park, located at the former Big Splash site. Coastal Playgrove at East Coast Park features everything you need for a day of unlimited fun. Take on the Play Tower, Singapore’s tallest outdoor play feature, includes the Vertical Challenge, a four-story vertical net play area, and slides on the third and fourth floors. The latter is Singapore’s tallest outdoor slide. Children will have a blast running through the numerous water jets and splashing around in the wading pool and streams in the water play area. In the lushly greened natural play garden, kids may reconnect with nature and engage in spontaneous play with one another.
East Coast Park is a beach and park on Singapore’s southeastern coast, covering Marine Parade, Bedok, and Tampines first doors in 1970.
Slides and a vertical challenge
Coastal Playgrove at East Coast Park youths aged 13 and up are welcome to participate. Vertical Challenge is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Mondays closed for maintenance. Play Tower Slides is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day. When the equipment is damp, it is not advisable to use it, and the slides may be heat during the day.
The Vertical Challenge, a vertical net play area, and several rope-based obstacles such as stepping pods, hammocks, grip wall, and disc swings are all housed in the 16-meter, four-story Play Tower. Visitors can climb to the highest top and scramble through the nets and obstacles. Enjoy the cool breezes and the beautiful 360-degree panorama of East Coast Park and the sea once you’ve reached the summit.
Children aged 5 to 12 years old would like this game. Tuesday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays; are closed for inspections and maintenance.
The inclusive water play area, which consists of wading pools connected by a stream with several water jets that light up at night, is a great way to beat the heat. Wheelchairs are welcome in the water play area. Nearby, there is a restroom where visitors can dry off and change.
The nature play garden at Coastal PlayGrove is seamlessly integrated into the terrain, allowing children to play in a natural setting. Various thematic sections teach youngsters about habitats. Natural materials such as wood, sand, and gravel used in all play features. Children’s curiosity piqued by the planting of biodiversity-attracting trees and shrubs.
Children can explore the bamboo tunnel route in the first phase, which a sense of wonder. Children can engage in imaginative play while hopping along the log trails and hiding in the teepees in the second portion, surrounded by a mix of exotic shrubs that attract butterflies and native plants that resemble the native forest habitat.
An Outdoor Classroom
The first outdoor classroom for pre-schoolers in NParks contains a chalkboard, boulders, and log stools a view of the sea. This feature gives local preschools more programming alternatives by allowing them to perform programmes outside the classroom while also allowing children to play in the nature play garden. In the outdoor classroom, they can also peep into an ancient hornbill’s nest and view unusual vegetation.
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