A new family-friendly outdoor playground offering Singapore’s tallest outdoor slide and play area.

@ 902 East Coast Park Service Road

The Play Tower, from the NParks website

The Play Tower, Singapore’s tallest outdoor play feature, features a 4-storey vertical net play area called the Vertical Challenge. It has numerous rope-based obstacles, including stepping pods, hammocks, grip wall and disc swings. Visitors can scale up and scramble through the nets and obstacles to reach the very top which offers a 360 view of East Coast Park and the sea. The enclosed tube slides on the third and fourth floor offer a quick descent and they can start all over again.

Suitable for children 13 years and older.

Younger children (between 5 and 12 years can climb and explore the less challenging, wave-like Leisure Nets, located at the base of the Play Tower.


Water Play, from the NParks website

Water Play Area has wading pools and numerous water jets along a narrow stream that light up at night. Platforms allow for wheelchair access along the main pools and stream.




Nature Playgarden offers children the chance to reconnect with nature with imaginative play in an area flush with greenery. Explore a bamboo tunnel trail, balance on log trails, hide in several tepees and play in the large sand pit. Ideal for children between the ages of 3 and 12 years.


Outdoor Classroom by the Sea, from the NParks website

The Outdoor Classroom by the Sea for pre-schoolers has a chalkboard with boulders and log stools, and a view of the sea. Peer into an old hornbill’s nest, observe interesting plants …





  • Play Tower Slides are open daily, 8.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m. & 4.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.
  • Vertical Challenge is open Tuesdays through Sundays, 8.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.
  • The Water Play area has numerous water jets, a wading pool and streams.
  • The Water Play Area is open Tuesdays through Sundays, 8.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.

Deets :

  • Best times are late afternoons and evenings, to avoid the midday sun which heats up the metal slides.
  • Carry swimwear for the wading pools and water fountains.
  • No lockers available, so while there are changing rooms and public toilets, you have to carry your things around with you.
  • Plenty of dining options @ Food Splash.


Photographs and information from the NParks website and The Straits Times article of 4 April 2021.