Best mall playgrounds in Singapore: Compass One

By Lynn Wee   — February 17, 2017
  • A Ninja Trail
    1 / 4 A Ninja Trail

    Kids who love adventure will enjoy this 543.94 sq m Ninja Trail on level four of Compass One, which is linked to Sengkang MRT station. 

    The mall was formerly known as Compass Point and reopened in September last year. 

    (Click on arrows in photos to find out more)

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  • It has 17 play features
    2 / 4 It has 17 play features

    With a total of 17 play features – 13 wet features, two dry features and four toddler-friendly ones, the kids will be well entertained when you shop. 

    Related: Best mall playgrounds in Singapore: Vivo City 

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  • Children go through a series of water activities
    3 / 4 Children go through a series of water activities

    Children will go through a series of activities such as the Jelly Jumping Pads, which they have to jump on to find bursts of water and the Soaking Monkeys, where kids will have to navigate through the “fog” while hanging from monkey bars, ringing the bell at the finishing line. 

    Related: Best mall playgrounds in Singapore: City Square Mall

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  • Details of the mall's playground
    4 / 4 Details of the mall's playground

    Pack a change of clothes; there are toilets beside the playground for the little ones to change out of their wet attire.

    The play area is located at level four of Compass One and is open from 10am to 7pm, daily.

    Visit: www.compassone.sg for more

    Related: Best mall playgrounds in Singapore: Parkway Parade

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