Are the young ones getting bored as the school holiday emerges to a close?
Well, why not take them to this new, ultra-cute dino water playground at Causeway Point?
Play Amongst Super-Cute Dinos Spraying Water
According to a Facebook post by Singapore Atrium Sale, a dino water playground has opened on Level 7 of Causeway Point. That’s on the same level as the cinema and the halal food court.
Here’s some pictures of the adorable playground, courtesy of Singapore Atrium Sale:
Things to Take Note Of
It operates from 10:30am to 9pm daily, and has two different zones designed for different age groups. The Adventure Volcano and Crater Zone is for children aged five to 12, while the Fossil Spray and Toddler Dino Zone are for two to five-year-olds.
A notice by the playground states that adult supervision is strictly required at all times, and that one should use the rinse showers before going off to the play facility.
And look, even the showers are cute too:
Additionally, no running is allowed as the surfaces are definitely going to be slippery. Do tell the kids to be careful and don’t engage in rough play.
On a more serious note, the Management of Causeway Point will not be held liable for any injuries, mishaps, loss or damages caused when using the play area.
Additionally, the admin of Singapore Atrium Sale also helpfully pointed out that you should try not to let the kids go into the air-conditioned area in the mall immediately after they play, as they could fall sick easily with the drastic temperature change.
The playground is free for everyone to access, and is open to the public now.
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Featured Image: Facebook (Singapore Atrium Sale)
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