Port of Lost Wonder at Sentosa to close for good

By Lynn Wee   — December 26, 2016
  • Port of Lost Wonder at Sentosa set to close for good
    1 / 7 Port of Lost Wonder at Sentosa set to close for good

    By Lynn Wee
    The iconic Port of Lost Wonder will be closing for good to make way for upcoming redevelopment works for Sentosa’s Palawan Beach, and its last day of operation will be on Dec 26.

    Update: Sentosa’s Port of Lost Wonder has reopened some of its play areas. Read our full article here to get the latest details. 

    Whether the kids have visited this kid-friendly play area before, next week will be the last and final chance for you to bring them there.  

    There will be a week-long Christmas and farewell party for both parents and children to not only celebrate this yuletide season but to enjoy the playground for one last time. 

    (Click on arrows in photos to find out more)

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  • There will be hands-on activities
    2 / 7 There will be hands-on activities

    There will be hands-on activities such as the Christmas Wondercraft which will place the kids in a festive mood as they get creative with their masterpieces. 

    They too will get a chance to see the Port Parade. 

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  • The Pirate Ship
    3 / 7 The Pirate Ship

    Not forgetting the usual play zones such as the Pirate Ship – Port of Lost Wonder’s signature water play area, children will have fun climbing up and down the eye-catching ship. 

    They can also stand by at the water guns or take the slide down, and have a wet and wild adventure. 

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  • The Curiosity Island
    4 / 7 The Curiosity Island

    There is also the Curiosity Island – an outdoor play area where the kids can participate in activities ranging from an interactive bird encounters performance to a hands-on gardening programme. 

    Take this chance to teach them how to play traditional games such a five stones and zero point as well. 

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  • The Play Den
    5 / 7 The Play Den

    When the energetic outdoor environment becomes too much for them, bring them in to the Play Den – an indoor play area where you can snuggle up with them and indulge in a myriad of books and toys. 

    The room will also be used for facilitated activities such as indoor games, art-and craft and drama classes at selected timings. 

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  • There is also a picnic area
    6 / 7 There is also a picnic area

    While the kids are in their zone, parents can soak up the sun and have a picnic at the outdoor picnic ground. 

    Picnic packages are available from Port Belly’s takeaway counter. 

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  • The final carnival at Port of Lost Wonder
    7 / 7 The final carnival at Port of Lost Wonder

    Date 19 to 26 December 2016 

    Time 10.00am – 6.00pm 

    Venue Port of Lost Wonder, Palawan Beach 

    Price Child: $10

    Accompanying adult enter free

    Purchase your ticket online or at Port of Lost Wonder Curio Exchange counter.

    Find out more http://www.polw.com.sg/

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