An adventure wonderland for children, it also has special features such as a Tic-Tac-Toe play board, showcasing the special flora and fauna found there. A “Leaf Code” puzzle, mounted on a big slab of stone, gives visitors a chance to decode a secret message.
But who says playgrounds are only for kids?
Parents, too, can have fun there when free from child-minding duties!
Dads can go on a date (sans children) with their wives and spend some private moments in each other’s company.
Yishun Park is home to Singapore’s first Dipterocarp Arboretum, a family of rainforest trees. It boasts of a number of different species of trees, such as the Tembusu. It is a leafy, quiet park with the occasional resident passing through its open spaces, enjoying a rejuvenating walk.
Located opposite Blk 445, Yishun Avenue 11, Yishun Park is also accessible from SAFRA Yishun (built within the park itself) or Buses 804 & 860. The nearest multi-story car park is at Blk 441.