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Revamped Admiralty Park has 26 slides, parent-child swing & more

Fun times.

Mandy How | October 30, 2017 @ 07:00 pm

The newly revamped Admiralty Park is now the largest park in the north at 27-ha (or 270,000 square meters).

Some 7-ha is dedicated to an urban play area, where the playground and slides are located.

Source: NParks Facebook

Source: Twitter/Xavier Lur

Here is how it looks like:

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.

It also features an inclusive play area for children with special needs.

Highlights include a 34m open slide, which is the longest slide in the park.

There’s also a swing that parents and toddlers can enjoy together, as well as a family slide that allows up to four people to slide down at once.

Source: Twitter/Xavier Lur

The other 20-ha is a nature area that will be open to public by December 2017, and consists of several trails and much greenery that will be home to more than 100 species of flora and fauna.

However, as this part is currently closed for upgrading, please use the entrances along Riverside Road to access the park.

Click here for more information.

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Top image adapted from @Xiavier Lur on Twitter

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