The Far East Organization Children's Garden is a specially designed playground that incorporates motor skills building activities for toddlers and a creative play environment for older children. The Children's Garden is divided into four zones - The Toddler Zone, Rainforest Treehouses, Water Play and Amphitheater. There are two treehouses, a challenging obstacle course, jungle adventures for older kids, a sprawling water play area with motion detectors that detects movements of the children and creates fun water effects and so much more.
Fish Fountain is a water play area within the Toddler Zone for younger kids to splash about in the water. Upbeat music in the background as the fountains dance and children screaming with delight is something that truly makes this place a wonderful destination for kids.
What makes this Children's Garden even more special is that it is completely free of charge for both children and adults. The idea is to provide children with a fun and interactive playground as well as teach them about nature and its significance.
The Toddler Play Zone is a specially designed playzone for children between the age of 1 to 5. The special equipment such as stepping springs, swaybridge and others are designed to hone their motor skills while having loads of fun at the same time. The Fish Fountain is an interactive playzone that encourages toddlers in water play and it has water tunnels and fish sculptures all around.
This zone is specially designed for kids between the age of 6 to 12. There are two tall treehouses and a speaking 130-meter forest trail filled with challenging obstacles such as rope mazes, ladders, slippery dips and many more. The dense canopy of trees allows the children to explore their wildest jungle adventures and fantasies.
On any hot summer day, there is nothing better than splashing about in water and for children there is no better treat than this. Water Play is meant for children between 6 to 12 years of age. The Water Play zone has special motion sensors that detect movements of the children and respond with an exciting burst of water sprays and fountains.
Once the children are done with playing in the water adventures and other creative games, they can head to the Amphitheater for a little rest in between the fun and games. The capacity of the amphitheater is 300 pax making it an excellent venue to organize educational events.
- Weekdays (Tuesday - Friday): 10am to 7pm.
- Last admission at 6:30pm
- Weekends (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays) : 9am to 9pm
- Las admission at 8:30pm
- Closed every Monday. Closed on Tuesday if Monday is a public holiday.
Far East Organization Children's Park, 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953.
By MRT: The easiest way to reach the Far East Organization Children's Park is by MRT. Get off at the Bayfront MRT Station and take Exit B, from there you need to cross the Dragonfly Bridge and follow the signs that lead to the park.
By Car: If you are driving, you can park at the Garden by the Bay parking and follow the signs to the Children's Garden.
- Swimwear is available at the Park but if you wish to bring your own you can do so.
- Make sure you carry your sunscreen, sunglasses, a change of clothes, insect repellent, water bottle and Emergency medicines
- Make sure you carry your ID proof and proof of vaccination when you visit the Children's Garden.
- Carry something to waterproof your phone if you want to visit the waterplay area.
Why is the Far East Organization Children's Park so famous?
The Far East Organization Children's Garden is famous for its outstanding interactive play, the opportunities presented for creative play, the challenging obstacle courses, the towering tree houses and the fun filled water play area. Besides all these facilities the Park is also popular for being completely free for children as well as accompanying adults.
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What is the best time to visit The Far East Organization Children's Garden?
Weekdays would be the perfect time to visit the Far East Organization Children's Garden especially if you are accompanying toddlers. The crowd is less and young ones can enjoy more.
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