Youth Olympic Park

Youth Olympic Park

Understand more about the Youth Olympic Park

The Youth Olympic Park is Singapore’s first art park, measuring 0.4 hectares, located at the northern end of The Helix bridge. The Youth Olympic Park first opened its doors on April 24, 2010. Olympic-themed artworks were put in the park in July to honor Singapore’s hosting of the inaugural Youth Olympic Games in August 2010. Explore 27 winning artworks by Singapore youths based on the  “Aspirations for Life in Singapore” at the Youth Olympic Park for a fantastic and interactive art experience. There is a rock wall with 18 drawings by youngsters representing Singapore symbols, including the Merlion, the Esplanade Theatres, and HDB buildings. The collection of 26 sports pictograms for the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore 2010 is the first of its kind. They get based on the components of the “Spirit of Youth,” the Singapore 2010 symbol.

Overview & Features of the Youth Olympic Park:

  • Before we get into the features of Youth Olympic Park, did you know that most of the artwork on display gets made for an art competition by local children and teenagers? More than a hundred submissions get submitted, but only 27 chose to be displayed and painted across the area. Take a stroll in the park and take in the artwork.
  • Aniket Chavan created a well-designed landscape labyrinth for theYouth Olympic Park. Each visitor gets greeted with a 4.5-meter-tall mountain at the maze’s center. Joyce Seah’s artwork inspired the mountain in the convolution.
  • You may read excellent poetry called Lion Heart penned by Amanda Chong, a 16-year-old girl walking towards The Helix Bridge.
  • Aside from that, the park has a strong rock wall to which all 18 teenagers’ artwork gets mounted. Each art depicts well-known Singapore landmarks such as The Esplanade and The Merlion.
  • When you’ve had your fill of walking around the park, have a seat on “The Ribbon Seats,” which were designed by Lui Honfay of the National University of Singapore. The chairs get built of long-lasting materials such as wood and metal. Honfay intended it to have a lovely, aesthetic ribbon style that children and children-at-heart would like.

How to Get There?

The Youth Olympic Park is accessible by bus, subway, or vehicle. You may visit several stations in the vicinity of the park. On the one hand, if you wish to go to the park by bus, you may do so by looking up neighboring routes and lines. 87E, 77, 133, and 106 are among them.

Where to Park?

If you’re visiting the Youth Olympic Park by vehicle, there are plenty of parking options. Several parking garages are close to the Youth Olympic Park. The Singapore Flyer Carpark, Parliament House Car Park, Singapore Flyer Multi-Storey Car Park, and Fort Canning Car Park B, to mention a few, are all places to park your car. Each parking lot indicated assures your car’s protection and safety. Multiple CCTV cameras get installed to keep an eye on your automobile in case it gets stolen.

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