Located at Tampines Avenue 7 and 9, the 9.6-hectare park has its characteristic bright colours and dynamic symbols to greet the visitors. The introduction of Tampines Tree (Streblus elongatus) to the park helps to remind visitors where the new Tampines Town derives its name. The focus of the park is a circular SunPlaza with a prominent Sun Motif displayed in the centre of the Plaza.
The amphithreatre can hold a capacity of 700 people and acts as an activity core within the park. With a stage, seating areas and ample space for large crowds, the SunPlaza can be used for outdoor concerts, exhibitions, band performances, and family or group functions. One distinguishing feature is the Sense Discovery Garden with 10 stations of interactive play features. There are textured walls, talking tubes, chimes, a tumbler and organic texture walk, an entry sign with recessed wordings and symbols, ladder wall, sliding beads, herbal wall and "toes" for park users to experience intriguing sounds and other sensations.
SunPlaza Park also has a Beach Ball court and Woodball Course. The Woodball Course consists of twelve fairways, built to comply with internationally accepted standards, and it has played host to a number of local and international woodball tournaments. SunPlaza Park is a relaxing point for the crowd for the eastern region of Singapore. Park visitors can cycle and jog from Bedok Reservoir Park to the north coast at Pasir Ris Park, via SunPlaza Park using the park connector network.