Familiar characters such as “Cheshire Cat” and “Tweedledum" can be spotted. The key structural features inspired by the Magic Doors, White Rabbit’s pocket watch, and Playing Cards are being featured. The elevated play experiences transport children to the magical world of Alice in Wonderland and promotes imaginative role-playing.
78A Strathmore Ave
The First Theme Park Playground in the Heartlands
The New Wonderland Playground at Dawson Vista was inspired by “Alice in Wonderland” a popular children’s classic created by Lewis Carroll in 1865. The whimsical thematic design integrates traditional elements such as slides, seesaw, climbing platforms, and trampoline to encourage families to explore and play together.
|Client||Housing & Development Board|
|Architect||P&T Consultants Pte Ltd|
|Products||SPI Global Play, Kompan|
|Press||Alice In Wonderland Playground At Dawson Vista: Twiddle Dee, Twiddle Dum & The Cheshire Cat|
Tweedledum and Cheshire Cat
Mushroom Stepping Pods
Drink Me Entrance
Magic Doors A double entrance, one big and the other small, to enter a wonderful world!
Tree Chesire Cat Game The famous Chesire Cat of Alice, watches the children from the tree, under a play structure with ropes, climbing ropes.
Chesire Cat Playground The idea is a playground with a Chesire Cat shape from the mouth comes out the slide.
The White Rabbit Hole Game Coming out of the tunnel, the child will find the White Rabbit to tell him welcome!
Slide from Playground Structure
Cards Bridge Game A little cards bridge a game of balance, with the special character of Alice on the Cards.
Clock Time Jump
Twins Illusions Game Find the differences game Two twins, one aside from a game like the magic mirror, the other side the 3D of character. Two twins, with some differences one with a sleeve striped the other with a sleeve spot.