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A 15-minute walk from the Jurong MRT station takes you to a 355,000 sq ft playground in Jurong East, featuring Asia’s largest dog water park, a pet-care facility (Urban Paws) and a community garden for the public to grow fruits and vegetables.


Wag & Wild is a 19,000 sq ft water park where dogs can swim, The Happy Fish Swim School offers indoor lessons for adults and children and carnival operator Uncle Ringo operates from Friday to Sunday.


There are four padel courts (padel is a racket sport that combines elements of tennis, squash and badminton).


Members of the public can lease one of 56 gardening plots to grow produce which they can harvest and sell at a farmers’ and crafters’ market held every second weekend of the month. Plots range between 320 sq ft to 640 sq ft and cost between S$ 500.00 and S$ 900.00 a month.