PolySoft and CT-Art Creation are pleased to announce another successful installation in the Asia region, paving the way forward for its innovative soft surfacing technology specially designed for dry and aquatic applications in wet areas and playgrounds.

CT-Art’s latest major project in Singapore, the Port of Lost Wonder Water Park in Palawan Beach, Sentosa Island, showcases the multi-purpose qualities of PolySoft as the landscape architect’s surface of choice. The selection of PolySoft for this pivotal installation ensured Sentosa’s continued status as Asia’s favourite playground and world-class getaway in the sun.

When it came to replacing the previous rubber flooring which did not meet expectations, Sentosa Development Corporation turned to PolySoft’s leading-edge independently tested polyolefin particle-based surfacing, which provided the solution for safe barefoot play in their Palawan Beach aquatic playground.

PolySoft was the answer for a cost-effective, low-maintenance, long-lasting, impervious, hygienic, thermal-reducing safety surface, able to withstand the harsh elements and impact of the high volume of visitors that the beach regularly receives. Along with fade, slip and chlorine resistant properties, PolySoft comes in a range of UV-stable pigments to prevent premature fading, ensuring a long-lasting bright look to revitalise the Palawan Beach development. The bold bands of warm and cool shades added colour and vibrancy to the water park’s tropical theme.

CT-Art Creation, PolySoft’s certified installation partner in Singapore, an award-winning recreation equipment specialist, partnered with Sentosa Development Corporation to complete the project. Led by Patrick Lee, the team at CT-Art Creation worked tirelessly to install PolySoft to create and apply the visually vibrant design, earning much praise for their work.