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This park is pretty small and with limited amenities. Only draw is the loads of slides and playground for toddlers and young kids. They do have a Sakura restaurant there and the car park gets packed fairly quickly on weekends/holidays.
This is a great park for young children, from toddler to upper primary. For toddlers and the younger children (up to age 5) there is a separate playground with different slides (including a wide one for families to go down together), sand, Low height climbing...More
went there this afternoon after we went to singapore zoo. it only took 13mins by taxi to get there. got there at 2:30pm on a monday afternoon and the playground was empty. there are 2 playground. one for kids age 2-5y.o and the other one...More
Awesome place and food for young children below 12 . One big playground for kids to spend their time with swing, slides etc.. adult can also hike into the small tropical swamp land to see the nature. Hard to find such gem in the Urban...More
Though Singapore is a tiny small island, however, I have to give credit to our government that they have built lots of park, recreational area, cater for family, kids, etc
This park is another good example, there are lots of slides, climbing areas, swings, etc...More
One thing I love to do is to explore the different parks in Singapore with the kids. This time, we rode our bikes for 19 km to reach here. It claims to have 26 slides. I didn't count. But there are big and small, wide...More
My kids are thrilled every time they come here. Many slides in different length and design to suit every kids needs!
Parking are limited, so advisable to come during off peak hours. Not many shuttled resting area for elderly though.
Good range of slides for kids of varying ages, wonderful to spend a cool day! However, the public toilets lack basic soaps and toilets paper to the extent that folks have to visit the nearby Republic polytechnic cleaner toilets!
Visited this place on Christmas holiday with family. Republic Poly is the landmark for people who are not familiar of location. Admiralty Park is free for public entry.
Our 5 years old daughter thoroughly enjoyed the sliders and other attractions for more than two hours....More