Tiong Bahru Park

Relaxation, fun, and enjoyment are both for kids and adults. So, do miss a chance to visit Tiong Bahru Park and have an unforgettable exploration with kids.

Tiong Bahru Park is a popular attraction for different groups of park users. This public park is close to Lower Delta Road, Bukit Merah, and Henderson. It has a perfect mix of the existing structure and new facilities, resulting to a livelier and more enjoyable ambience.

Tiong Bahru Park Features

Tiong Bahru Park was initially developed in 1967. Then, in 1977, a nursery site is combined to it. In 2000, the park was redeveloped to match the “Old Frame, New Images” theme. Today, this 3.3-hectare park enables visitors of all ages to enjoy a livelier atmosphere.

Many kids have a great time playing at the adventure park. Since more palms and trees are planted, more greenery and shades enhance the park’s environment. Plus, you can also do your workout or exercise routines there. You will also find a foot reflexology.

When you bring your friends, family, or kids to Tiong Bahru Park, you can take advantage of the features below:

Tilting Train

One of the attractions in the park is the tilting train. Besides being a perfect spot for photographers, it lets kids slide, run, and climb in the topsy-turvy environment. The train is built with slides, carriages, and climbing walls.

Sand Play 

The sand area is another exciting attraction for kids. They will enjoy the entire sandy playtime. So, do not forget to bring buckets and spades. Within the play area, kids can also enjoy the mini-maze, swings, and flying foxes. 

Fitness Corners 

The park has different exercise stations and fitness corners to warm up before walking or jogging around. You can try the foot reflexology footpath to achieve a relaxing foot massage. If you need to take a break, you can sit on the benches while enjoying the cool shade from the trees dotting the public park.

Therapeutic Garden

Tiong Bahru Park is also famous for its Therapeutic Garden. It is designed to help people connect their senses to nature and find peace, calmness, and relaxation. The garden is divided into four different zones: Colours and Textures zone, Edibles and Medicinal zone, Biodiversity zone, and Fragrance zone.


After you enjoy exploring the public park, you can also try nearby attractions, such as Rocket Playground at Jalan Bukit Merah, Rumah Tinggi Eco-Park Playgrounds, and Alexandra Road Brick House. For sure, you and your kids will also enjoy those attractions.

Suppose you want to stay overnight near Tiong Bahru Park. In that case, you can choose from various hotels, including M Social Singapore, D’ Hotel, Hotel 81 Osaka, Nostalgia Hotel, Furama Riverfront, Copthorne Kings Singapore, Grand Copthorne Waterfront, and many more. Finding accommodation that suits your budget and needs is easy.

Visiting Tiong Bahru Park also lets you try delicious foods. After exploring the park, head your way to Plain Vanilla, Tiong Bahru Food Centre, Cremiere, The Butcher’s Wife, Forty Hands, PS. Cafe Petit, and more.