ForestPlay SG, located at Sentosa, is Singapore's first nature adventure playground offering kids with the opportunity to play creatively in the natural environment.
Venue: 112 Tanjong Beach Walk Singapore, Singapore 098945
Opening Hours: 10 am - 12 pm | 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm | 4 pm - 6 pm (Weekends in May and everyday in June)
Admission: $39.90 (tickets available on bykido.com)
Located at Sentosa is Singapore first nature adventure playground, ForestPlay SG, a nature playscape filled with unique challenges for kids! Here, children are given the freedom to create and play in the natural environment without adult (your) supervision! With many nature play venues popping up, ForestPlay SG takes it a notch up!
Activities At ForestPlay
Build & Play Area
Children are allowed to use real tools such as saws, hammers, and nails to build a structure of their own. Think LEGO or Minecraft in real life, with Playworkers from ForestPlay to guide them in using the tools and to watch over the children too. Working together, children are encourage to collaborate and co-create with their peers!
Mud & Sand Play
Mud Play is a sensorial activity area for children to connect with nature. Playing with Mud or Sand, children can use these natural material to create their own structures and let the imagination flow.
Built with natural materials, the obstacles within the course are built to challenge kids physically, such as jumping over logs, crawling under tunnels and more!
A Review Of ForestPlay SG
Opening Hours and Ticketing
ForestPlay SG is open every weekend of May and everyday during the June Holidays. There are 3 sessions each day, with each session lasting 2 hours.
- 10 am - 12 pm
- 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm
- 4 pm - 6 pm
Tickets are available at $39.90 each. Do note that this is a drop-off programme but you can hang around at the observation deck.
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Photo Credits: ForestPlay SG