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Jubilee Park Playground at Fort Canning Park: Slides, Swings & Sandpit

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Have you been to the kids’ playground Jubilee Park near Tiong Bahru Bakery? It’s the playground at Fort Canning Park so it’s also referred to as Fort Canning playground and is one of the only playgrounds in River Valley!

A hop and a skip from Fort Canning MRT will land you at Jubilee Park. A much-needed addition to the River Valley area, this playground sits on the Western slopes of Fort Canning Park amid ancient, heritage-listed trees. If you need to caffeinate before you hit the park, Tiong Bahru Bakery TBB Foothills is the closest coffee shop!

As with many playgrounds in Singapore this one has no shelter from the sun, so the best times to visit are mornings (shaded until almost 10am) and early evenings. Our kids love scouring the slopes next to the playground for saga seeds (those beautiful, shiny, heart-shaped red seeds) and chasing the local roosters. It’s also worth taking a stroll around the rest of Fort Canning park, as there are lots of beautiful new gardens, great views from the top, and even a lighthouse!

Read More: Family Guide to Clarke Quay

Jubilee Park swings

Multiple Swing Sets

Kids will love the round of swings, situated over a sandy circle. A variety of sizes and styles suit all ages, and a separate set of inclusive swings are located next to this, which allow wheelchair users to swing, too.

Jubilee Park log scramble

Log Scramble & Sand Pits

A log scramble is great for climbing and balancing, and includes log and rock stepping stones so the younger ones can also get involved. Woodchips soften the landing for those who are wobblier on their feet. Nearby, whole families can climb onto the hydraulic see-saws, and parents and helpers can utilise the many benches while kids dig in the sand (BYO bucket and spade!).

weekend things to do with kids check out jubilee playground

Slides for Both Toddlers and Big Kids

There’s a cute little toddler slide further towards the Clarke Quay end that’s perfect for the 2-year-old set. For the bigger kids there are long slides built into the natural slope of the park (just watch out for slide burn – ouch!).

the treehouse at sunset at the beautiful new jubilee park playground at fort canning

Find the treehouse

A “treehouse” can be accessed by a rope bridge and makes a fun lookout point for kids.

Jubilee Park climbing nets

Climbing Nets

and there is a large expanse of grass for running around and burning off any residual energy! Large climbing nets allow kids to feel like Spiderman and are suspended over colourful plants.
NB: These climbing nets have since been modified and kids can no longer climb up the higher sections. 

Where to Eat Nearby Jubilee Park Playground?

Tiong Bahru Bakery TBB Foothills is the closest coffee on 70 River Valley Rd, while Dutch Colony (home to arguably the best coffee in Singapore) and Starbucks are just across the road at UE Square.

Where to find Jubilee Park playground: Jubilee Park is located at the junction of River Valley Road and Clemenceau Avenue, right by Fort Canning MRT station on the Downtown Line.

Read more:
Top 10 Outdoor Playgrounds in Singapore [VIDEO]
Lakeside Garden Jurong: A Kid-Friendly Nature Park
Family Guide to Clarke Quay: Best Restaurants and Activities with Kids

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