Nestopia by Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort has a 15m long slide!

March 13, 2019
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    We found another amazing outdoor playground with long slides, climbing obstacles, suspended bridges and more!

    Located on Sentosa’s Siloso Beach, Nestopia is run by the family-friendly Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort and Spa. Opened since Feb 1, it welcomes both hotel guests and the public.

     

     

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    Here’s an aerial view of the playground, taken using a drone. Doesn’t the play structure look exciting?

    It features two of the longest slides on Sentosa Island, measuring 10.5m and 15m (you’ll find the others at Adventure Cove Waterpark at Resorts World Sentosa).

    (Photo: Shangri-La)

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    The slides are connected by three “nests” with a height of up to 7.5 metres, offering a bird’s eye view of the South China Sea and the surrounding Siloso Beach precinct.

    While the slides can look intimidating, don’t worry. The angle of the slopes are gentle enough and won’t send your kids swooshing down with a thud – we’ve tried and tested!

    Related: Kid-friendly guide to Admiralty Park’s 26 slides

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    What we also like: The netted obstacle courses and play equipment are robust enough even for adults, so you can have a good workout with your kids.

    In fact, the resort’s recreation team can design and facilitate corporate team-building sessions here.

    Related: Video: This ship-themed playground in Sembawang is so cool we want to be kids again

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    Exhausted after working out on the play structure? Kids can take a respite in shaded wooden teepees and join in free activities, such as balloon-twisting, keychain making sessions and face-painting, that are organised throughout the day.

    Related: Drop by this Choa Chu Kang playground for military-themed fun

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    There’s also a swing where you can sit and enjoy relaxing seaside vibes.

    Related: Staycation deals you must know: Kid-friendly hotels in Singapore

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    Your kids can play at Nestopia from day till night. It is open from 11am to 9pm on weekdays; 9am to 9pm on weekends.

    (Photo: Shangri-La)

    Related: Best playgrounds in Singapore: This military truck at Keat Hong Mirage in Choa Chu Kang is wheely fun!

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    Nestopia is recommended for children aged five and above, but Young Parents understands that brave kiddos who are younger and accompanied by adults can still join in. All participants need to sign an indemnity form.

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    For the public, entrance tickets are at $15 (one hour) and $25 (two hours) on weekdays and $18 (one hour) and $28 (two hours) on weekends, eve of public holidays and public holidays.

    One adult entry is included for every child aged 12 and below; additional adults pay $10 each. Adult supervision is required for children under the age of seven.

    An annual Play Pass is also available at $150 for 15 one-hour play sessions.

    (Photo: Shangri-La)

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    Hotel guests who book these room packages enjoy daily access to Nestopia: Family Fun Package, Take 5, 7 Nights Getaway Package and Long Stay Offer.

    Find out more here.

    (Photos: Young Parents, unless otherwise stated)

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