Admiralty Park | The Largest Park And Playground in The North Of Singapore!

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Located in Woodlands, Admiralty Park is the largest park in the north, and a massive playground (with 26 slides!) awaits families who visit! 

Location: Admiralty Park @ 31 Riverside Rd Singapore 730000
Date: All Days
Hour: 24hrs (Lights come one 7pm - 7am)
Admission: FREE


Admiralty Park is the largest park in the north with a hilly terrain and a river running through it. It houses one of the largest and best outdoor playgrounds in Singapore! With 26 slides spread across 3 main play areas, Junior Play, Adventure Play and the Family Terracing Play, the park caters to kids of all ages! 

If you are looking for more playgrounds in the North, do check out our list of 22 outdoor playgrounds in the North of Singapore!

The park's 20 hectares nature area encompasses a diverse mix of secondary forest, mangrove, riverine and open grassland habitats. Families may embark on one of the several trails to discover the different species living in the forest, spot hordes of dragonflies and observe monkeys in their natural habitat!


Admiralty Park - Playground

Admiralty Park

The playground is built into the hilly terrain. With so much ups and downs, it is not surprise that the playground consist of an exciting range of 26 slides! From little ones to massive ones that are up to 3 floors high! A wide variety of play equipment spreads across the Junior Play, Adventure Play and Family Play zones making it suitable for kids of all ages! 


Kids have so many choices! From normal slides to covered ones, and even a noodle bar slide that goes from the top of the terrain all the way down! The most impressive in our opinion are the covered silver slides that go from the top of the playground (we estimate at least 3 floors high)! The metal surface makes it a quick entry and exit! Our verdict? These are not just for kids but also for adventurous Mummies and Daddies too! 

Sand Play 

You will find sand play areas around the playground too! So do bring along your buckets and spades to let the little ones dig! As a bonus, there are shaded areas around the sand play to allow parents to take a break while keeping an eye on the kids! 

Admiralty Park

Suitable for All Ages And Abilities!

The park is divided into 3 main areas - Junior Play, Adventure Play and Family Play. Each catered for different age groups and for varying degree of adventure. The playground also features an inclusive playground, as part of an initiative announced by NParks in 2015.  This includes a wheelchair friendly swing and more! Find more inclusive playgrounds around Singapore!

[MUMMY REVIEW] Read about Mummy Georgina's visit to the Park here!

Flying Fox

The park also boast a flying fox! To find it, head up the main play structure (the one with the silver slides) and on your way up, it is on your left! Or simply ask one of the kids!

Plenty Of Shades and Seats

Another reason for loving Admiralty Park is that there are lots of seats and shade available for parents to take a break and be away from the sun too! This allows us parents to last longer and for the kids to have lots of fun! 

How To Get To Admiralty Park 

By Public Transport

The nearest MRT station to Admiralty Park is Woodlands MRT. From there, you can walk for about 15 mins to the park, or take Bus 903 that stops in the front of the park or Bus 169 / 902 to Republic Polytechnic and walk over. 

By Car

You can park at the Admiralty Park West carpark which is along Riverside Road. Alternatively, you may park at Republic Polytechnic and walk over. 

What To Bring

We highly recommend that you bring along sun-screen, insect repellant, a change of clothes and water bottles! There are nearby toilets for washing up and to get a refill at the water cooler too!  

BYKIDO TIP: After all that running, look out for the ice-cream man who is usually along Riverside Road on the weekends for a nice cold ice-cream to cool off!

For adventurous mummies and daddies, do come properly dressed to take part in the fun! 




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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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