Nature Playgarden at Pasir Ris Park - Nostalgic Nature Play In The East!

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Let the little ones experience kampung life at the new Pasir Ris Park Nature Playgarden! 

Venue: Pasir Ris Park Area 1, next to Carpark A
Opening Hours: 24 hours, lighting from 7 pm to 7 am
Admission: Free

Already a popular park for families, Pasir Ris Park adds to its attraction with the opening of the Pasir Ris Park Nature Playgarden located at Area 1. The new addition offers various play elements and photo spots for families visiting the park. 

Experiencing Life In A Coastal Fishing Village

Themed as a coastal fishing village, the garden features four main zones, the Sea Zone, Shore Zone, Village Square Zone and Village Settlement Zone with nostalgic play elements for the kids to experience Kampong life! 

Little ones can play with the water pump, well, fishing boats and nets, a Kelong hut and traditional music instruments at this new playgarden to imagine themselves back to Pasir Ris' past as a coastal fishing village, and with all playgardens, there will be lots of opportunity for them to play with and within nature too! 

What To Bring When Visiting

Photo Credits: nurainzulkefly

As with every visit to the park, please do not forget to bring insect repellent, sun block (or a hat), lots of water and wet wipes too. You may also wish to bring a small towel and a set of change for the kids to change after playing outdoors. 

Getting To Pasir Ris Park Nature Playgarden

Photo Credit: NParks website

Paris Ris Park Nature Playgarden is located at Pasir Ris Park, Area A, besides Carpark A. 

The nearest MRT Station is Pasir Ris MRT station, with the following Bus Stops nearby, no. 77129 (Opp Unit 104), 77119 (Aft Pasir Ris Way), 78109 (Downtown East), 78091 (Opp Downtown East) 


*Photo Credits: NParks Facebook, unless otherwise stated



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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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