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KPMG Wellness Garden at East Coast Park

Area D

Open 24 hours

About the KPMG Wellness Garden

Developed in partnership with NParks, the KPMG Wellness Garden at East Coast Park serves as an inclusive space for people of all generations to enjoy and experience the natural coastal environment while enhancing their health and well-being, all in one location.

Environmental sustainability is a key component of its design. The reuse of existing materials such as rocks and upcycled logs from East Coast Park can be spotted throughout the garden. The rocks have been incorporated into the mounds in the Wellness Garden or re-purposed as stepping stones.

Native plant species, including the Sea Lettuce and Silver Bush, were also planted to support restoration of the coastal habitat at the site.

Zones in the garden

Located in Area D5, the garden has 4 zones, each having a different coastal theme. All 4 zones are specially designed to ensure inclusiveness and accessibility for different age groups.

Refer to the following to find out more about each of these zones:

The tranquil 1,100sqm therapeutic garden features a rustic coastal theme with contemplative landscapes that park users can immerse themselves in. These landscapes include physical attributes that help positively influence one’s mental state, such as undulating landforms, high biodiversity, use of natural or warm colours, and shade.

The therapeutic garden has a 360-degree elevated deck with a panoramic vantage point that overlooks 3 key features: the pond, the sea and the therapeutic garden itself.

Other facilities in the garden include a green roof shelter, physiotherapy steps, trellis, benches, an inclusive garden and barrier-free access for wheelchair users.

Find out more about therapeutic gardens.

Suitable for young adults and seniors, the 900sqm nature fitness area features fitness equipment and elements that are integrated into the naturalistic environment.

The Cardio Hill is designed to mimic a set of stairs up and down a hill, allowing people to get a good cardiovascular workout. Timber logs are also available as stepping stones and balancing beams so visitors can challenge and improve their agility.

The 1,300sqm nature playgarden comprises curated play spaces with some inclusive elements for children to engage in self-directed spontaneous play. while connecting to, observing and appreciating elements of nature.

Utilising natural materials, it incorporates a coastal beach discovery theme with features such as balancing logs, mini nature trails and lookout decks. Some of the play features are also designed to cater to children of all abilities, including a raised sand play table, lookout platforms accessible by ramps, a wheelchair-accessible trampoline, and a musical play station.

The pond trail, which completes the loop together with the paths running through the therapeutic garden, nature fitness area and nature playgarden, lets visitors go on a scenic stroll around the pond within the garden.

Ornamental plants such as the Indian Shot and Common Cattail have been added to soften the pond edge and attract biodiversity such as dragonflies.