The newly revamped Admiralty Park in Singapore is now open, and it's the largest park in Northern Singapore, at 27-ha! Bring the kids along for some real outdoor fun in all of the 26 slides available at the park.
To know more about the thrill-packed Admiralty Park, we've broken down all the information you should know as well as the exciting activities that await your visit.
Admiralty Park In Singapore: Important Details To Keep In Mind
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24 hours open
31 Riverside Road, Singapore 730000
If you're planning your day trip to Admiralty Park, you should take note that while lighting hours are from 7pm to 7am, no lights will be lit up in the forested area during the night. For those who plan to stay that long in the area, do be mindful of your little ones and that they don't stray away in the dark.
Visitors should also be aware that there are no food kiosks or snack stops on-site. Best to bring your own snacks and water bottle for a whole day of undisturbed fun.
This is especially if you're going to being younger kids who will definitely need all the nourishment and hydrating they can get from playing all day!
Guide On How To Get There
- By MRT: When taking the MRT, it's only a 15-minute walk from the Woodlands MRT station to Admiralty Park.
- By bus: For those travelling by bus, it's also a short way to Admiralty Park from Woodlands Bus Interchange.
- By private vehicle: If you're bringing your own car, there are also car parks available around the area.
Admiralty Park In Singapore: Fun Things To Do With The Kids
Admiralty Park provides visitors with the opportunity to have two experiences in one area. To begin, the Admiralty Park Playground takes advantage of the park's mountainous terrain, transforming it into a fantastic, multi-tiered playland replete with slides, burrows, bridges, and even more slides that children will love. The second feature is a nature area with a mangrove walkway that takes you right down to the action.
We just can't stop gushing over its awesomeness; check out some of the features:
- It has a whopping 26 slides, including Singapore's first family slide, on which a family of four can slide down together.
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- It even has a 32 m ‘High Adventure Roller Slide’, slide, which is equipped with colourful motion-sensor LED lights at both sides, and will shine brightly from 7pm to 11pm each night.
- This park also boasts of Singapore’s widest outdoor slide!
Double Barrel Slides at Admiralty Park in Singapore | Image source: Instagram / @xavlur
- There’s also a swing that parents and toddlers can enjoy together.
- The playground is divided into three main areas, namely Junior Play, Adventure Play and the Family Terracing Play, ensuring that it caters to children of all ages.
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- In a truly heartening move, the park also includes an inclusive playground, with thoughtful facilities like wheelchair swing and inclusive merry-go-round.
- To make things more exciting, a 20-ha nature area of Admiralty Park includes a viewing platform and mangrove boardwalk to bring visitors closer to nature.
Other Things To Do in Admiralty Park
Built to take advantage of Admiralty Park's existing steep topography, the playground here boasts an exciting array of 26 slides and a broad array of other play equipment spread among the Junior Play, Adventure Play, and Family Play zones. The playground also features a distinct mangrove theme, inspired by the mangrove ecology found in Admiralty Park's natural section. Play aspects are inspired by distinctive features found in mangroves, such as the shape of prop roots and pencil roots that are typically found on mangrove trees.
Inside the park, there is also a fitness station where visitors can conduct basic exercises. There is fitness equipment accessible for basic strength training, such as a bench for abdominal workout, a balance beam and callisthenics, and a pull-up for dips. Most guests will continue to workout at the fitness station after a brief jog or jun within the park. This is just adjacent to the park's southern entrance.
Walking & Jogging
Take a walk or jog through the park and take in the diverse fauna.
Photographers would love Admiralty Park's many photo options, which range from flora and fauna to human photographs with nature as a backdrop.