So I was really happy to be invited to a special preview of Singapore's first wet-and-dry wildlife-themed rooftop playground at Tampines 1.
Accessible by escalator on 5F (near Amore Living and KOHONG Fish Spa), the playground is divided into different areas to depict different continents and endangered species.
For example, the bigger polar bear slide and the smaller seal slide (two bottom pics) represents the Antartica.
There are also educational signboards to teach children about the specific region and about the animals. However, I had been too busy chasing Kenan and trying to take his photos and forgot to snap pics of the signboards.
This is the dry play area. It didn't keep dry for long as children who played at the water area came over to enjoy the facilities and got the place wet as well. So even if you think that your child will only be playing at the dry area, do bring along an extra set of clothes since there's a high chance that the place is wet too.
Kenan was initially more excited about the balloon than the playground itself. He only got more interested with the playground when the balloon burst. Thanks to Tampines 1, the little boy also got to play with a water gun that came with the goodie bag we received.
And Kenan made some new friends too. As you can see, he couldn't resist hugging them!
After all the play, children can take a quick shower or get changed at the toilet/shower area which is located to the left of the entrance.
You can also check some other bloggers' write up and to see more photos:
And do visit to Mommy Cafe's Facebook page as I've uploaded more pictures over there.
Thank you once again to the management of Tampines 1 and the really nice folks at Fleishman-Hillard for the invite. We had a really great time!
The playground will officially open to public on 10 March 2012. Have lots of fun at this spanking new place!