Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East is the first community spray park set within a public housing estate accessible to the public. Located at 307 Yishun Ring Road, it is designed for children aged between 2 to 12 years old.

Spanning over 5,600 square metres, Oasis Waterpark @ Nee Soon East consists of three main zones of water play including a 3.5-metre tall mist curtain, a main spray zone, an interactive ground spray area and a water channel.

Location: Next to MSCP, Blk 307 Yishun Ring Road 
 9 am – 10 pm (daily)

Oasis Waterpark in Singapore

Playpoint (Singapore) Pte Ltd worked with the Nee Soon East Town Council to jointly develop the spray park. The concept is to create a spray park that softens the surrounding by using circular zones. A path is created all the way around the zones, connecting not only the circles but also the surroundings four accesses. The concrete edges include benches, which offer seatings for children and adults alike.

For children aged between 2 and 6 years old, they have plenty of choices ranging from the pirate theme waterslide to the rain curtain coming from the aqua mast pirate. The mist curtain serves as an eye-catching feature. It creates a mist effect and provides cooling to children who do not want to get wet. The interactive ground sprays allow children to run and move freely while interacting with the ground sprays. The shallow lake and the flushing water stream provide many different interactive play elements such as the water wheel for children to experiment with water flow while also offer seating elements to relax and restore.

Taking into consideration the children ages 2-12 years, three spray zones were planned to ensure children from different age groups can play safely and thus minimising the risk of accidents or collision. The main spray zone was designed to be tropical rain forest theme. Consisting of columns of spray mist, falling buckets of water and spray guns, it brings fun and excitement for children aged between 6 to 12 years old.

Nee Soon East MP, Mr Louis Ng and his team spent the past few years working on this project. The actual construction of the water park took around 10 months.

Mr Ng said, “We will make sure Nee Soon East is not just a place you live in, but also a place where you can spend quality family time. I look forward to welcoming residents to the water park and having fun. It will be a place where you can create beautiful memories with your friends and family.”

The water park cost $1.3 million to build. Most of the funds came from the Community Improvement Projects Committee while the remainder was from the Nee Soon Town Council.

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