Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

Seizing the excellent weather on Saturday, we ventured to the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden – a new garden designed and dedicated to children! It’s a really great place for kids. The garden has a suspension bridge, a tree house, a mini waterfall, a maze, a sandy playground, a waterplay area, and a few other stuff.

Entrance is free but adults must be accompanied by children below 12 years of age (I think that rule rocks!). Another thing to note, they close at 7pm.

Did my kids enjoy themselves? Take a peek at the photos.

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Suspension bridge (it really sways!)

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Pumping water @waterplay area

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Playing with a watering can @waterplay area

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Mini fountain @waterplay area

Okay, I’m sorry we didn’t get to take any photos of the tree house and other stuff. It was crowded with kids and we were too busy watching out for ours. Yes, the outing to the garden was exhausting for hubby and I. If you’re looking for a place for the kids to run and play while you relax, this is not IT! Well… unless you have older kids.

The verdict…

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“GREEEAT FUN!!! I LOVED IT!!!”

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“It was okay and by the way…” Little Missy babbling some “constructive” feedback.

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2 Responses to “Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden”

  1. Pasir Ris Park « Mommy-fied Says:

    […] Pasir Ris Park March 29, 2008 — mommy-fied This morning we made our way to Pasir Ris Park after hubby heard that they’ve renovated the children’s playground. I was quite blown away when we reached the place.  The children’s play area is HUGE, boasting 4ha. I think it held about 5 to 6 or more different playgrounds catering to kids of all ages (including teens). This place is awesome. In our opinion (hubby’s and mine) it is better than Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden. […]


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