The dinosaur playground at Kim Keat Avenue consists of a huge brown tyrannosaurus, about 3m tall, with five white eggs by its side. Standing nearby is a smaller tyrannosaurus, likely portrayed to be its child. The kids who are daring enough, can climb up the back of the fierce-looking dinosaur.
In this old playground also lies a green platform in the shape of a stegosaurus. Different from other “normal” playgrounds, there are no swings, slides or monkey bars in this playground which sits quietly at old Kim Keat Ville.
The dinosaur playground in front of Block 27, Kim Keat Avenue was a project undertaken in 2000 by Hong Hai Environmental Art Private Limited, whose works also included the Teapot and Mushroom playground at Woodlands, and the seahorse and swordfish sculptures at Marine Parade.
How to Get to Dinosaur Playground at Kim Keat Singapore
Location: Blk 27 Kim Keat Ave Singapore 730827
By Bus: 57, 235 and 238
Parking: Surrounding HDB carparks
Nearest MRT: Toa Payoh MRT
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