Jul 20, 2011

West Coast Playland

If the East Coast Park is the King of sandy beaches & cool sea breeze, then the West Coast Park must be the King of playgrounds. For standing at the core of the park is the Adventure Play Area, and it is precisely this that keeps di-di & me bugging Daddy & Mummy to bring us back again and again.

It has about EIGHT different types of play areas which cater to different age groups - from the toddlers to even teenagers (!!!). 

Yup, it sure is kids heaven over there, with its seemingly endless stretch of play structures. We can spend hours there, and it still wouldn't be enough!

For the toddlers, there's the colourful play structure which comes complete with a ship hull and a castle tower.

For the slightly older kids, there's the Ninja Warrior-inspired obstacle course that is sure to challenge your agility. And yes, one of my fave play areas.

Just right beside the course, there's this awesome Flying Fox - a certain scream generator. Hee hee.

And if climbing is your forte (like us monkies), there 3 other separate play areas with different structures for you to conquer as well. Feeling tired yet?

BUT the fave structure of all that both of us absolutely lurrrve is this!

The giant spiderweb-like structure that allows us to scamper up to dizzying heights, and erm, causing Mummy to suffer heart-stopping moments too. But more on that later.

And if you think that teenie weenie little babies are left out of this wonderful playland, well... think again.

There are 2 non-sand areas which cater to the youngest of toddlers, and this is where mei-mei got in the act too!

And di-di obviously misses his early childhood too.

While I look for something more challenging to flaunt my monkie skills. Hahaha...

After all the warm-up, it was time.

Time to tackle our all-time favourite climbing structure!

Di-di used to have some difficulty climbing to the apex but I'm happy to report that practice does indeed make perfect. In fact, he's even able to keep up with my climbing pace now.

Perhaps the 2 newly added slides near the top of the pyramid serve as a great incentive for us.

Well, obviously we just had to go back up again.

And again.

And as part of our warming down routine, we had to go play on the other remaining structures. :P

In all honesty, we can spend hours there, play ourselves silly, and still whine lots when Daddy & Mummy say it's time to leave. And the only way they can placate us is to promise to bring us back again very soon. Either that, or if they bring us to have sushi after that. Heh.

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--andy-- said...

thanks to your intro, we are heading West this Sun. Hope weather stays sunny :)

Cheekiemonkies said...

saw ur pics at West Coast Park - u & your family sure had a great time as well! :)

Anonymous said...

could you advise on the address of this?

Cheekiemonkies said...

Hi Anon,

It is located parallel to West Coast Highway, near the Macs at the Park.

ummi nauisydar said...

Hi there.. I am frm d east.. wondering how to get to dis playgrd via public transport.. planning to surprise my boys.. for sure it will make dem go craaazzzyyy!!! :-)

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