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Fun for Free: The Road Safety Community Park

This week, we visited the Road Safety Community Park for our outdoor playdate, and it was a lot of fun! The mums got a good workout from chasing the kids around, who were very busy going around the park on their various modes of transport. 

The Road Safety Community Park 


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The Park’s Layout


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Which way should we go?


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Instructions for the Kerb Drill


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Cyclists’ Guide


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Nissan “Showroom” (which was completely empty)


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One of the bus-stops in the park


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Vicom Inspection Centre


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Police Station (which was also empty)


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Bridge of Safety


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Noah loves the ‘Stop’ sign


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Stopping at the traffic light


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I actually brought Noah’s skate-scooter along for him to use in the park, but he preferred going around on the ride-ons which another mummy brought.

Zooming around


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Noah and his friends


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The highlight of the park was definitely the petrol station, where the children could pretend to fill up their vehicles’ petrol tanks. Noah loved this, as I’m sure you can tell from his happy grin.

Having fun at the Petrol Station


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It was a really fun playdate, and I think we wouldn’t mind heading back there again soon. It would have been nice if there were vehicles available for rental there, but perhaps older children can rent bicycles from a kiosk, then cycle over to the park. There were some older children whizzing around the park on their bicycles and skate-scooters, so do make sure you accompany your toddlers around the park, to ensure that they don’t get in the way of the older kids.

Some points to note: 1. You will need to bring your own “vehicles” along. We didn’t venture out of the area to see if there was a bicycle kiosk nearby, so it’s best to bring your own on your first visit, and look around East Coast Park for a bicycle rental kiosk after that. 2. There are quite a lot of ants and mosquitoes in the park, so do bring plenty of insect repellant. 3. Although there are rest stops and plenty of trees providing shade in the park, it can still get pretty sunny in certain areas, so you might want to bring a hat along.

The Road Safety Community Park  East Coast Park Service Road Singapore 449889 Tel: 6440 5254 Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Admission is free

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