This redeveloped enclave along East Coast Park has a 3,500sqm outdoor playground children’s playground with a range of play equipment suitable for children of varying ages.
There are also plenty of eateries including Babalicious, Hill Street Coffee Shop, McDonald’s, My Briyani House and The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.
This indoor playground comes with play structures that are designed to be safe and fun for children aged 18 months to 12 years old. There is a trampoline, tunnel slides and obstacles for kids to explore.
Sembawang Park is a 15 hectare park at the end of Sembawang Road.
There is a Jetty, Boardwalk overlooking the sea and a battle ship playground for kids 6-12. The Battleship Playgound comes with what looks like gun turrets and propellers. There are also plenty of rope ladders and rock climbing walls
A mall with green features, City Square Mall have an outdoor garden, water fountain and playground in addition to a retail mix of quite a few kids oriented services such as the Petite Park and Genius R Us.[line]
- Philatelic Museum. Its not just about stamps.
- Spice is Nice Exhibition at Philatelic Museum
- Snakes and Ladders Exhibition at Philatelic Museum
- Imagine Dragons Exhibition
Monday (1.00pm – 7.00pm);
Tuesday – Sunday (9.30am – 7.00pm)
Free admission for Singapore Citizens & Permanent Residents
$6 for adults and $4 for each child (3-12 years)
Museum admission is free for all on New Year’s Day, Chinese New Year, National Day, Hari Raya Puasa, Deepavali and Christmas Day.
This mall as a wet and dry playground at “The 3 House @ L2”. just outside Koufu.
Open from 10am to 9pm daily for children 12 years of age and below.
This is were you can find Punggol Point Park, Ponggol Settlement and visit the site of Sook Ching Massacre.
You can see ponds it lots of tortoises bathing in the sand, a small playground, look across the sea to see Malaysia and Pulai Ubin and rent a bicycle to ride all the way pass My Water Way@ Ponggol to Punggol Waterway Park
VivoCity have a wonderful playground. There are plenty to play with… Happy Paddle Boats at Level 3 Sky Park! (Small boats are available at SGD8 and SGD10 for 10 and 15 minute rides respectively) Mini Express Train available at $6* per ride. Tickets can be purchased at the starting point located at The Promenade (near SingKids #01-171-174). And there is a kids club for 3 to 12 years old which is Free if you accumulate $200 of spending in a year.
This 23 Ha park is part of the Southern Ridges* and targeted gardening related activities. As a place to hang out with the kids amd family. This park has a tranquil environment for relaxation, interesting landscaping, ample play areas, good signages and a fish pond where kids can feed the fishes
Open daily from 6am to10pm, there are lots to explore and gather gardening ideas from at HortPark![line]
This is one of the largest and oldest indoor playground in Singapore. This playground comes complete with a lit ball pool, multilevel challenging obstacle, rock climbing walls, vacuum cannons and suspension bridges.
Price for Public is $22 While members pay $15 / for the first hour for peak periods and $5 and $6 respectively for subsequent hours.
This 50 ha park houses a wide variety of habitats, including coastal forests, grasslands, mangroves, and casuarina woodlands.
It’s a good destination to cycle to from Punggol Promenade.
Northpoint is located opposite Yishun MRT Station and next to Yishun Bus Interchange. There is a roof top playground with water play for older kids and a play area suitable for toddlers
Walk, Cycle , Enjoy the Scenery! This long stretch with a great view is near Punggol Waterway Park and you can cycle via the park connector to Punggol Promenade (approximately 20 mins on a bicycle ) where there is food, bicycle rentals and a couple of unique pond with lots of tortoise.
This 1,279 square metres library is resides in West Mall Shopping Centre and have a cosy kids section.
Mon – Sun: 11:00 AM – 09:00 PM
Closed on Public Holidays.
Bookdrop : 8.30am to 10.00pm
A registered arts charity and curious place for children 12 years and under, to play, explore and imagine, with drop-in programmes on the weekend. Entry to the Artground is free