Old school Singapore playgrounds make a comeback at Waterloo Centre
Those from the -ahem- older generation may recognise these structures.
A new exhibition at Waterloo Centre, which will be up til the end of August, lets you revisit your old playground memories with puzzles that resemble old school playgrounds in Singapore, like the elephant playground in Pasir Ris and the dragon playground at Toa Payoh (below).
At the pop-up Play Space, organised by the Urban Redevelopment Authority, visitors can interact with three sets of 3-D jigsaw puzzles modelled after the iconic playgrounds by channeling their inner Bob the Builder and assembling the pieces.
A visitor interacting with the piece. Photo: ST file
It was created in conjunction with the ongoing Night Festival, which runs this weekend (Aug 22 and 23) and next (Aug 29 and 30).
It is open from 10am to 11pm during the four nights of the Night Festival and 10am to 7pm on other days.