Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Wordless Wednesday {linky}: Singapore Playgrounds - Pipit Mini Dragon | Week 28

Where is this week's playground?
Blk 57, Pipit Road.

FUN Factor?
7/10. Much smaller than the Toa Payoh Dragon or Ang Mo Kio Dragon playgrounds,
it's a very simple mosaic playground for kids to just climb up and slide down the dragon's tail.
I think there used to be a swing but it was removed.

Nonetheless, it is a "must-visit" with the kids for nostalgic reasons
before it disappears in Singapore's move forward.
One of the Singapore Heritage Playgrounds.
Do check out the TPY Mini Dragon, Bishan Clock, Dakota Crescent Dove,
Tampines Mangosteen, AMK Dragon, Tampines Watermelon & TPY Dragon.

Play is important for children to learn, grow and discover the world we live in.
As we visit as many fun, nostalgic and even quirky playgrounds as we can this year,
I hope to inspire you to make play an even bigger part of your kids' lives and
explore much more of our beautiful Singapore!

This photo is part of the 52 Weeks Singapore Playgrounds series.

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24 comments:

stevebethere said...

Nice playground but love the photo with the three of you heheh!

alissa apel said...

That's a pretty cool dragon! I bet little pumpkin liked it.

Karren Haller said...

Such fun little playground to explore!!

Teresa Kindred said...

Children and playgrounds go together like ice cream and cake! Thanks for linking with me and hosting! Teresa at NanaHood.com

Diana M. said...

I don't think I've ever seen a slide that had stairs alongside it. Very neat!

Kristin Aquariann said...

Neat dragon design!

Danielle Royalegacy said...

It's a great looking slide!

Indrani said...

Cool pics.
Happy WW!

Dominique Goh said...

That's a really old school looking slide.

Ai Sakura said...

Yeah I love the old-school, uniquely-Singaporean feel of this playground!!

mail4rosey said...

Playing is an important part of our lives, I agree. And the dragon slide is just plain cool. :)

Masshole Mommy said...

That looks like a really fun slide! I love the dragon!

Jill Morgenstern said...

Looks like another fun one!

OrangeHeroMama said...

Ok, i LOVE this slide!! and is that tiny tile on the pole in the center??

kewkew said...

Now that is a cool slide! What fun. Thanks for stopping by and sharing at Tots and Me

pixiedusk said...

Love the family photo! This playground looks so cute! I love dragons so this is my fave!

oomph. said...

we don't have many cool playgrounds here. in recent years, they have change a lot of them to a "standard" set which includes the usual suspects like a slide, ladder, etc. sometimes swings and other cool things could be found at private playgrounds (apartment complexes, recreation centers, etc.)

Mary said...

It's fun to see such different playgrounds. The dragon theme is cute.

Theresa Mahoney said...

That's a cool slide. I don't know how much time would be spent there. Probably not much. Just a few rounds down then time to move on :)

woolypear said...

What's your daughter's favorite playground?

Ai Sakura said...

I haven't asked which is her fave actually! I shall have to ask her one day... but I think she likes those with waterplay the most :)

Stephanie@stephsjoy said...

Cool family selfie Ai!

Stacy said...

Hmm what's with all the dragons? Trademark of the designer?

Amila @Leisure and Me said...

It is nice to find another dragon playground.It looks nice....