Old playground Watermelon and Mangosteen

We visited our last Old playground in 2011.
Eight of them are listed in our Project Playground.

Old Watermelon playground

If you are ever thirsty, the WaterMelon and Mangosteen at Tampines might bring the kids some fruity fun. Daddy loves the Red mosaic which blends in with the surrounding Red HDB blocks.

Kids do what they do best at a playground. Play!

Slides, Run, Hide & Seek (again?)

or Ninja Warrior?

Siblings love to follow their elder siblings. In this case, Boon Xin realised (too late) that some stunts are not suitable for smaller kids πŸ™

She fell and imprinted some Mosaic shape above her left eyebrow.
Fortunately, it was nothing serious.

She recovered in time to enjoy a few more swings.

More on the vibrant Red mosaic, and the glass blocks offering peek-a-boo.

Colourful shiny mosaic, old mosaics on playgrounds

5 minutes away, a pair of Mangosteen await. Unfortunately, there are too much graffiti and school children dating their partners within the Mangosteen.

These two fruits playground are at Tampines Central Park, next to Block 858 (PO 520858).
Old playgrounds near tampines Park

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Video : Kids get re-acquainted with old playground again.

Follow our links to explore Singapore’s oldest playgrounds.

Project Playground #, the oldest playgrounds :
#1 – Dragon Ang Mo Kio – http://sengkangbabies.blogspot.com/2011/01/project-playground-singapores-oldest.html (how our Project was born)

#2 – Elephant Pasir Ris – http://sengkangbabies.blogspot.com/2011/01/project-playground-2-pasir-ris-park.html

# School of Hard Knock Playground exhibitions at Esplanade Tunnel
#3 & 4 Seal Dakota Crescent, and Adventure playground Jalan Tua

# Some other playground blogs we found along the way

#5 – Dragon Toa Payoh and Dinosaurs

#6 – Pelican at Dover

#7 – Merry-Go-Round at Tiong Bahru Park

#8 – Watermelon and Mangosteen at Tampines

More photos of Old playgrounds!
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# Our Flickr album