Thanks to The Gingerbread Mum, I got to know we can go to the Lazy River for free till 15 April (Afterwhich, there will be a charge of $2 per person)!
We visited the water play area (FOC) as well since it is nearby. We went on a Sunday and the place was pretty crowded. It looked pretty fun but my heart almost come to a standstill whenever I see children dashing around the playground. Everything is wet. I am sure the slides are very slippery. The orange slide is pretty dangerous in our opinion. Children who slide down from that particular slide tend not to move away from the base of the slide because there is a built up of water and they love play in that pool of water. Children would not be able to see whether there are children at the bottom of the slide because the slide is covered up. Some parents including my hubby were near that slide to ensure accidents do not happen. According to him, the water at the base of the slide is rather dirty.
|The Splash Area next to the water play is closed for maintenance unfortunately. The picture on the right was taken during our first visit|
|Then, we proceed to the Lazy River.|
|National Stadium at Night|
|If you are interested, you may want to visit the Singapore sports Museum and Sports Hub Library|
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