Woodlands Waterfront Park | Playground, Restaurant and To-Dos For Families

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Families will love Woodlands Waterfront Park for its exceptional view of the sea from the north, a popular halal restaurant and a large playground for the kids! 

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Where: Admiralty Road West, Singapore
Opening Hours: 7 am to 7 pm

Overlooking the Straits of Johor, the 11-hectare Woodlands Waterfront Park offers an unobstructed and panoramic view of the entire coastal park and of JB. Not only is it great for winding down, there are more to do for families at Singapore's northernmost park! 

Recreational Fun Along The Waterfront Promenade 

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Featuring a 1.5km-long promenade, the park is great for families looking to cycle, jog, scoot, or even just to play catch (but do watch out for cyclists)! Enjoy these activities while basking in the tranquil views of the sea!

Chill Along The Jetty

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Woodlands Waterfront Park is also home to Singapore's longest jetty. This 400-m ex-Navy jetty is suitable for lots of recreational activities. Perhaps fishing, having a stroll or simply sitting around to enjoy the scenery too! 

Dine On The Sea

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Feeling hungry on your visit? Visit the halal restaurant, Rasa Istimewa Waterfront Restaurant, situation right smack in the middle of the jetty! This tze-char style restaurant is really popular, and we suggest you head down early to get a spot! 


While at the park, do not miss going to the playground where it features high elements like bridges and towers as well as a toddler playground with spring sees-saw, activity boards and more.

At the high-elements playground, kids can climb, jump and run around this exciting playground for the adventurous. Climb up the rope ladders and make your way across the rope bridges before sliding down!

There also rope pyramids for kids to climb too! 

For the younger ones, there is also a toddler's playground with a smaller play structure with slides, see-saw and activity boards too! Don't forget to take a ride on the swings too! 

In case you are keen to explore more, Admiralty Park is also nearby and is somewhere that you can go to or come from. 

Bonus Activity: Catch The Sunset

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One of the best times to visit the waterfront is during sunset where you can catch the sun slowly going under the horizon. It makes for a great family shot from the jetty out into the setting sun in the sea! 

What do you think of the Woodlands Waterfront Park? Do share with us your experience if you have been! 



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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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