Explore An Eco-Playground At Tanjong Pagar In Singapore

Play Structures Made Of Repurposed Logs That Aim To Spark Creativity

Eco Playground In Tanjong Pagar

Discover Tanjong Pagar has recently launched a new eco-playground, and we absolutely love it. It is the fruit of a partnership with Roger&Sons who designed and built the playground, taking into consideration the community’s input on how the children like to play. 

The eco-playground is a 1,650 square meter open space right in the middle of the city. This impeccable design transforms the grass field into an eco-playground with structures made of repurposed tree logs. Entirely different from conventional slides and swings, this playground aims to encourage pretend play, spark creativity and inspire discovery amongst children. It also includes a series of logs of uneven height and dynamo bicycles so that children can see how the energy generated through pedaling can be converted to power fairy lights strewn over the logs.

Despite its simplicity, the play structures are well thought out and will ignite their imagination. Families with fur friends will love that this playground is pet friendly. It is certainly a place for families to gather and hang out in the evenings. 

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

Different from the conventional playground, yet perfect for sparking imagination.

Who It's Perfect For:

Families with pets or kids.

What Else:​

The playground was designed with inclusiveness in mind featuring square wood pieces teaching children sign language greetings.

Where To Find It:​

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Main Image Credit: Urban Redevelopment Authority Facebook

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