Child indoor playground singapore: List of Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore


List of Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore

To help you Bring Your Kids Out, we’ve searched high and low to bring you the ultimate list of indoor playgrounds in Singapore! With this guide, you will be able to know the price, opening hours and venue of (almost) all the paid indoor playgrounds in Singapore! This list also includes a couple of outdoor playgrounds as well. 

This list is constantly updated with the latest information (last update, April 2021) so be sure to bookmark us and check back often! Or you could also sign up for our mailing list to keep in the loop! 

For those who like to explore beyond these playgrounds, you may also wish to explore our dedicated Playgrounds Page for more information on playgrounds and play venues in Singapore!

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Amazonia | Aquarius Cove | AIRZONE | Buds by Shangri-La | Giggly Feet | Houbii Spot | Kaboodle |

 KidsSTOP™ | Kidz Amaze | Kiztopia | Let ’em Play | Little Bear’s House | Little Planet Playland | My Little Climbing Room | Nestopia | Merry Haus | Pirate Land | PLAY! by KinderPlay | PlayLime Singapore | PLAYtopia | Pororo Park | SMIGY | Sunshine Childhood Playland | SuperPark | Tayo Station | The City | The Joy of Toys | The Petite Park |
The Polliwogs | T-Play | Tots Society | Waka Waka 

Know of a place that’s not on the list? Drop us a comment or an email and we will add it to the list! 

This list serves to provide basic information of playgrounds, compiled from various sources and is not meant to be a recommendation or endorsement of the playgrounds. Information are updated regularly, but for the latest information, do check with the playgrounds directly. 

*We keep details of closed playgrounds for parents who happen to be searching for a particular playground. 

**To help us continue paying for the internet bill (to keep updating this page), this page contains affiliate links that pays us, at no cost to you, when you make purchase through them! 

Photo credits Amazonia


  • Great World City Mall, 1 Kim Seng Promenade #03-113 Singapore 237994

Read our review. 

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Thu: 9.30 am – 7 pm
  • Fri – Sun: 9.30 am – 9.30 pm

Pricing Information

  • Toddlers (before 3 yrs old): $27
  • Children (3 yrs and above): $37

More Ticketing Options: KKday 

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6836 2544
Email: [email protected] com
Website: | @AmazoniaSingapore

Photo credits  Aquarius Cove


  • 29 Carpenter St Level 5 Singapore 059923

Read the review (shared by our contributor, Mummy Leona). 

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 12 pm – 6.00 pm
  • Sat – Sun & PH: 11 am – 6 pm

Pricing Information

  • 11 mths & below: Free with paying adult
  • 12 – 29 mths: $10
  • 2.5 yrs & above: $18
  • Additional adult: $5


Fees are for 2 hours playtime per entry and are inclusive of admission for 2 adults with kids 12 mths and above, adults accompanying little ones 11 months and below are required to pay admission fee of $5.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6532 5550
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @aquariuscove

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  • City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road #02-K4/K10 Singapore 208539

Read our review (contributed by Mummy Alicia)

Operating Hours

  • First session: 11. 40am
  • Last session: 7.50pm
  • Last admission: 8.10pm

*Each Session: 50 mins

Pricing Information

  • 1 session (50 mins): $25
  • 4 session: $70

More Ticketing Options: Klook

NOTE: While there are no age restrictions, kids below 5 years old require adult supervision in the zone (chargeable), those between 5 to 6 must be supervised by an adult in the immediate vicinity.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 3159 0767
Email: [email protected] 
Website: | @Airzonesg

Photo credits Shangri-La


Shangri-La Hotel, 22 Orange Grove Rd Singapore 258350

  • Indoor playground
    Tower Wing, Level 1, adjacent to The Line, Pool & Health Club
  • Outdoor playground
    Garden Wing, Level 1, adjacent to Dutch Pavilion (Register at Buds by Shangri-la, Tower Wing, Level 1 beforehand)

Read our review (Contributed by Mummy Georgina)

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 9. 15 am – 5.45 pm
  • School Holidays and Public Holidays: 8 am – 7 pm

Pricing Information

  • Complimentary for selected room packages
  • Hotel/Service Apartment Guest: $18 per child

Check for Hotel Room Packages with Klook. 

NOTE: Drop-off is allowed for kids aged 4 and above. 1 adult entry is included for every child below 4. 

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6213 4833
Email: [email protected]


Photo credits Giggly Feet


  • Bukit Timah Plaza, 1 Jalan Anak Bukit #B1-52B Singapore 588996

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 11 am – 7 pm
  • Sat – Sun: 10 am – 8 pm

Pricing Information

Exclusive for BYKidO Pass Members: 30 mins FREE play

Adult: $2

  • Off-peak (Mon – Fri)
    • Every 15 mins block: $6/child
    • Every 60 mins block: $14/child
  • Peak (Sat – Sun, PH & SH)
    • Every 15 mins block: $7/child
    • Every  60 mins block: $16/child

NOTE: Each paying child can only be accompanied by one paying adult.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6610 0556
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @GigglyFeet

Photo credits Happy Castle


  • Orchard Central
    181 Orchard Rd, #05-33 to 36 Orchard Central, Singapore 238896

Operating Hours

  • Different times for each outlets

Pricing Information

  • 15 mins: $5 | 1 hr: $11 | 3 hrs: $22 | 10 hrs: $78 | 20 hrs: $140

*Please check with Happy Castle for the latest operating hours and pricing information.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 9745 2242
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @HappyCastle.2016

Photo credits Houbii Spot Singapore


  • Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Road Lake Road Singapore 729826 (next to  Ah Meng memorial)

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 10 am – 6 pm

Pricing Information

  • Mini Course (below 110 cm): $20
  • The Real Thing (above 110 cm): $25

More Ticketing Options: Klook

Contact Details

Tel: –
Email: [email protected] com
Website: | @houbiispotsg

Photo credits Kaboodle


  • Katong Square, 88 East Coast Road #02-05 Singapore 423371

Operating Hours

  • Sun – Thu: 9 am – 5 pm
  • Fri & Sat: 9 am – 7pm
  • Open on Public Holidays

Pricing Information

  • Under 35 mths: $15
  • 3 yrs to 15 yrs: $20
  • 16 yrs and above: $10 (includes a drink)

*3hr playtime

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6247 7020
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @KaboodleKidsSingapore



  • 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd Singapore 609433

Operating Hours

  • Fri – Sun, School & Public Holiday
  • Session 1: 10 am – 1 pm 
  • Session 2: 2 pm – 5 pm 

Pricing Information

Baby (below 18 mths): Free

  • Non-Peak
    • Standard
      Child (18 mths – 8 yrs): $20
      Adult: $10
    • Singaproean/PR
      Child (18 mths – 8 yrs): $5
      Adult: $2
  • Peak
    • Standard
      Child (18 mths – 8 yrs): $23
      Adult: $13
    • Singaproean/PR
      Child (18 mths – 8 yrs): $10
      Adult: $5

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6425 2500
Email: [email protected] sg

Photo credits SAFRA


  • SAFRA Toa Payoh, 293 Lor 6 Toa Payoh Singapore 319387
    Tel: +65 6355 4550
  • SAFRA Jurong, 333 Boon Lay Way Singapore 649848
    Tel: +65 6686 4321
  • SARA Punggol, 9 Sentul Cres Singapore 828654
    Tel: +65 6585 8710 | Email: [email protected]

Read our review (Kidz Amaze Punggol).

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 1 pm – 7 pm
  • Sat, Sun & PH & Sch Hol: 11 am – 7 pm

Pricing Information

Adult: $2

  • SAFRA Jurong 
    • Off-peak (Mon – Fri, excld PH & SH)
      • Guest: $14
      • Kidz Amaze Member: $8
      • Junior Dependent Member: $8 
      • SAFRA Member: $10
    • Peak
      • Guest: $18
      • Kidz Amaze Member: $10
      • Junior Dependent Member: $10 
      • SAFRA Member: $12
NOTE: Fees are for kids aged from 12 mths to 13 yrs, little ones below 12 mths enjoy free entry.
  • SAFRA Toa Payoh
    • Off-peak
      • Guest: $14
      • Kidz Amaze Member: $8
      • Junior Dependent Member: $8 
      • SAFRA Member: $10
    • Peak
      • Guest: $18
      • Kidz Amaze Member: $10
      • Junior Dependent Member: $10
      • SAFRA Member: $12
NOTE: Fees are for kids aged from 2 mths to 18 yrs.
  • SAFRA Punggol (Splash @ Kidz Amaze)
    • Off-peak
      • Guest: $16
      • Kidz Amaze Member: $8
      • Junior Dependent Member: $8
      • SAFRA Member: $12
    • Peak
      • Guest: $20
      • Kidz Amaze Member: $10
      • Junior Dependent Member: $10
      • SAFRA Member: $15

NOTE: Fees are for kids aged from 12 mths to 13 yrs, little ones below 12 mths enjoy free entry.

More Ticketing Options: Klook (Jurong | Toa Payoh | Punggol)

Contact Details

Tel: –
Email: –
Website: https://www.

Photo credits Kiztopia


  • Marina Square, 6 Raffles Blvd #01-09 Singapore 039594

Read our review. 

Operating Hours

  • Sun – Thu: 10 am – 8 pm
  • Fri – Sat: 10 am – 10 pm

Pricing Information

  • X-Press (1 hr): $28
  • X-Tra (3 hrs): $38

Additional adult: $8

NOTE: Fees are inclusive of admission for 1 accompanying adult

More Ticketing Options: Klook | KKday

Contact Details

Tel: 6493 0211
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @kiztopiasg

Photo credits Let ’em Play


  • Trade Hub 21, 18 Boon Lay Way #01-100 Singapore 609966

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 10 am – 7 pm (last entry: 6 pm)
  • Sat – Sun: 8. 30 am – 8.30 pm (last entry: 7.30 pm)

Pricing Information

  • All In Package (2 hrs)
    • Child: $40/guest | $30/member
    • Adult: $46/guest | $36/member
    • 1 Child + 1 Adult: $80/guest pair | $60/member pair
  • AR Wall Only (1 hr)
    • Child: $28/guest | $18/member
    • Adult: $32/guest | $22/member
    • 1 Child + 1 Adult: $47/guest pair | $35/member pair

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6266 6125
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @letemplaysg

Little Bear’s House

Photo credits Little Bear’s House


  • Little Bear’s House, 21 Lichfield Road, Singapore 556841

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 9.30 am – 6.00 pm
  • Sat – Sun & Public holidays: 8.30 am – 6.00 pm

Pricing Information

  • TBC due to the COVID-19 situation


  • Mon – Fri: unlimited playtime
  • Sat – Sun & Public holidays: 2 hrs playtime

Contact Details

Tel: +65 69746398
Email: [email protected]

Photo credits Little Planet Playland


  • The Centrepoint, 176 Orchard Rd #02-21 Singapore 238843

Operating Hours

  • Sun – Fri: 10 am – 7 pm
  • Sat & PH: 10 am – 8 pm

Pricing Information

  • Below 1 yrs: Free with paying child
  • Above 1 yrs: $25


  • Weekday: unlimited playtime
  • Weekend & PH: 2 hrs playtime

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6268 6595
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @LittlePlanetSG

Photo credits My Little Climbing Room


  • The Promenade @ Pelikat, 183 Jalan Pelikat #B1-101 Singapore 537643

Read our review (Contributed by Mummy Georgina)

Operating Hours

  • Weekday: 2.30 pm – 7.15 pm
  • Sat – Sun & Selected PH: 9.15 am – 7.15 pm

Pricing Information

  • 1hr Guided Fun Climb: $30

NOTE: Drop-off program for 3 yrs onwards.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 8774 2883
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @mylittleclimbingroom

Photo credits Shangri-La Hotel


  • Sentosa, 6 Siloso Beach Walk Singapore 098995

Operating Hours

  • Wed – Fri: 2 pm – 6.45 pm
  • Weekends, PH, School Holidays: 10 am – 8 pm

Pricing Information

Additional Adult: $10

NOTE: Fee is inclusive of admission for 1 accompanying adult

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6371 1067
Email: [email protected]

Photo credits Merry Haus


  • Oasis Terraces, Blk 681 Puggol Drive #01-34/35, Singapore 820681

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 12 pm – 9 pm
  • Sat & Sun: 11 am – 9 pm

Pricing Information

More Ticketing Option: BYKIDO (2 hr ticket | 20 hrs package)

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6970 0686

Photo credits Pirate Land


  • The Centrepoint, 176 Orchard Rd #03-09/101 Singapore 238843

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 10.30 am – 8.00 pm
  • Sat – Sun: 10.30 am – 9.00 pm

Pricing Information

  • Non-member
    • Below 2 yrs: $15.90
    • 2 – 14 yrs: $28.90
  • Member
    • Below 2 yrs: $12.50
    • 2 – 14 yrs: $23.50


  • Mon – Fri: unlimited playtime
  • Sat – Sun: 3 hrs playtime (additional playtime: $5/blk of 30 mins)

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6694 2345
Email: [email protected]

PLAY! by KinderPlay



  • Changi Airport Terminal 3, 65 Airport Boulevard #B2-14/15/16/17

Read our review.

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Thu: 11 am – 10 pm
  • Fri – Sun: 11 am – 11 pm

Pricing Information

  • Weekday
    • Toddler (below 2 yrs): $12
    • Child (2 – 12 yrs): $21
  • Weekend & School Holiday
    • Toddler (below 2 yrs): $12
    • Child (2 – 12 yrs): $25
  • Accompanying Adult: 1 adult enters free with each paying child
  • Additional Adult: $6/pax

NOTE: Additional playtime is $6/block of 30 minutes per child or part thereof

  • Weekday: 4 hours
  • Weekend: 1 hour

Contact Details

Tel: +65 9115 7638
Website: |

PlayLand Singapore

Photo credits PlayLand Singapore

Previously known as PlayTime at JCube.


  • Jurong Point Mall, Basement 1

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 12 pm – 9 pm
  • Sat & Sun: 11 am – 9 pm

Pricing Information

More Ticketing Option: BYKIDO

Contact Details

Tel: +65 8200 0698


Photo credits PLAYtopia Sg


  • Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk #03-02 Singapore 528523

Read our review (Contributed by Mummy Leona)

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun (excld eve of & on Public Holidays): 11 am – 9 pm (last admission: 8 pm)

Pricing Information

  • Tue – Fri
    • Below 2 yrs/under 80 cm: Free
    • 2 – 12 yrs: $12 for 1 hr | $19 for 2 hrs
  • Sat, Sun, PH eves & School Holiday
    • Below 2 yrs/under 80 cm: Free
    • 2 – 12 yrs: $15 for 1 hr | $22 for 2 hrs

NOTE: 1 adult enters free with 1 paying child, adults accompanying kids below 2 yrs/under 80 cm in height will be charged at $7/hour.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6969 3700
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @Playtopiasg

Photo credits Pororo Park


  • Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard #02-29 Singapore 039594

Operating Hours

  • Sun – Fri: 10.30 am – 8.00 pm
  • Sat: 10.30 am – 9.00 pm

Pricing Information

  • Public
    • Baby (below 1 yrs): Free with paying adult @ $7.50
    • Child (1 – 12 yrs): $33.90
    • Adult: $7.50
  • Partners (DBS, CIMB Bank, HSBC, Maybank, MindChamps, NTU Alumni, NTUC, OCBC Bank, PAssion Card, POPULAR, POSB, SAFRA and UOB)
    • Baby (below 1 yrs): Free with paying adult @ $7.50
    • Child (1 – 12 yrs): $29.90
    • Adult: $5.50 (for first 2 adults)


Other Ticketing Options: Klook | KKday

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6250 9700
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @pororoparksg



  • Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, 10 Paya Lebar Road #03-05/06 Singapore 409057

Read our review.

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 10 am – 9 pm

Pricing Information

  • 1 Accompanying adult: Free
  • Additional adult: $6
  • Weekday (3hr Playtime)
    • 2 – 12 yrs: $22
    • Below 2 yrs: $16
    • 6 mths & below: Free with every paying child
  • Weekends, Public & School holidays (2 hrs Playtime)
    • 2 – 12 yrs: $26
    • Below 2 yrs: $18
    • 6 mths & below: Free with every paying child

Contact Details

Tel: –
Email: –

Sunshine Childhood Playland

Photo credits Sunshine Childhood Playland


  • Northpoint City, 930 Yishun Ave 2 #02-181/182 Singapore 769098
  • Buangkok Square Mall, #02-13/14
  • The Seletar Mall, #03-K1/K2
  • Ang Mo Kio Hub, Level 4

Read our review (contributed by Mummy Leona)

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Thu: 11 am – 8.00 pm
  • Fri – Sun: 11 am – 9 pm

Pricing Information

  • 1 Hr: $10
  • 10 Hrs: $80
  • 20 Hrs: $140

NOTE: 1 adult enters free with 1 paying child/toddler 

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6455 0566
Email: –
Website: @sunshinechildhood

Photo credits SuperPark Singapore


  • Suntec City Mall, 3 Temasek Boulevard #02-477 (North Wing) Singapore 038983

Read our review.

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 11.30 am – 9.00 pm
  • Sat – Sun, PH & SH: 10 am – 10 pm

Pricing Information

Babies (below 1 year): Free

  • Public
    • Juniors (below 100 cm): $23.90
    • All Others: $33.90
    • Students (weekdays, excld PH/SH): $28.90
  • Partners (OCBC, DBS, HSBC, SAFRA, etc.)
    • Juniors (below 100 cm): $19.90
    • All Others: $29.90
    • Students (weekdays, excld PH/SH): $24.90

Contact Details

Tel: –
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @SuperParkSG

Photo credits Tayo Station


  • E!Hub Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close Level 3 Singapore 519599

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 10.30 am – 8 pm
  • Sat – Sun, PH & SH: 10.30 am – 9 pm

Pricing Information

Additional adult: $6

  • Weekday
    • Baby (below 1 yrs): Free with paying adult
    • Child (1 – 12 yrs): $24
  • Weekend/PH
    • Baby (below 1 yrs): Free with paying adult
    • Child (1 – 12 yrs): $28


Fees are inclusive of admission for 1 adult accompanying kids more than 1 yrs, adults accompanying little ones below 1 yrs are required to pay an admission fee of $6.

Other Ticketing Options: Klook | KKday

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6283 7900
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @tayostation

Photo credits The City


  • i12 Katong, 112 East Coast Road #03-31 Singapore 428802

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 10 am – 7 pm

Pricing Information

  • Baby (below 1 yrs): Free with paying sibling
  • Below 2 yrs: $18
  • 2 yrs & above: $22

Adults: Free


  • Weekday: unlimited playtime
  • Weekend, PH & SH: 2 hrs playtime

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6444 1520
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @TheCitySingapore

Photo credits The Joy of Toys


  • Clarke Quay Central, 6 Eu Tong Seng Street #03-51 Singapore 059817

Operating Hours

Pricing Information

  • Baby (below 9 mths):
    $12/Free with paying sibling
  • Toddler Play Space (suitable for crawling babies):
    $18 (Daily)
  • Main Play Space (suitable for school-aged children):
    $23 (Mon – Fri) | $27 (Sat, Sun & PH)

Additional adult: $6

  • Additional Playtime (45 mins extension or part thereof)
    • Baby: $4 (if no sibling)
    • Toddler Play Space: $4
    • Main Play Space: $7
    • Adult: $2/additional adult


Fees are inclusive of admission for 2 accompanying adults, $6 per additional adult.

  • Mon – Fri (excld holidays): unlimited playtime and re-entry
  • Sat – Sun & Holidays: 2 hrs continuous playtime

Contact Details

Tel: +65 9007 4679
Email: [email protected]
Website: |

Photo credits The Petite Park


  • Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Place 301-06/07 Singapore 397628

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Thu & Sun: 10 am – 9 pm
  • Fri – Sat: 10 am – 10 pm

Pricing Information

Below 9 mths: Free with paying sibling

  • Weekday (excld SH): $18
  • Weekend, PH & SH: $20

Additional adult: $3


Fees for weekdays are inclusive of admission for 2 accompanying adults and fees for weekends are inclusive of admission for 1 accompanying adult. 

  • Weekday (excld SH): unlimited playtime
  • Weekend, PH & SH: 2 hrs playtime (additional: $6/hr thereafter)

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6282 7061
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @ThePetitePark

Photo credits The Polliwogs


  • VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk, #03-12 Singapore 098585
  • Suntec City, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-728, Tower 4, Singapore 038983

*Suntec City will be relocating from 25 Apr 2021, VivoCity will be renovating and reopening in May 2021

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Thu: 9.30am to 6.15pm
  • Fri – Sun, Sch & Public Hol: 9.30am to 8.30pm 

Pricing Information

  • Mon – Fri
    • Below 3 yrs: $15
    • 3 – 12 yrs: $23
  • Sat – Sun, PH & SH
    • Below 3 yrs: $17
    • 3 – 12 yrs: $28

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6376 097
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @thepolliwogs

Photo credits T-Play


Read our review (HomeTeamNS Khatib).

Operating Hours

  • HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok
    Tue – Thu: 1 pm – 7 pm
    Fri – Eve of PH: 1 pm – 9 pm
    Sat – Sun, SH & PH: 10 am – 7 pm

  • HomeTeamNS Khatib
    Tue – Thu: 1 pm – 7 pm 
    Fri & Eve of PH: 1 pm – 9 pm
    Sat – Sun, SH & PH: 10 am – 9 pm

Pricing Information

HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok
Child below 6 mths: Free

    • HomeTeamNS Family Member (Child)
      • Off Peak/Peak Entry: $4 | Child 18 mths and Below: $2
    • Affiliate (Social Member, SAFRA, PAssion) & Guest
      • Off Peak Entry: $8 | Peak Entry: $10 | Child 18 mths and below: $2
    • HomeTeamNS Member (Ordinary, Associate, Family Member) 
      • Off Peak Entry: $9 | Peak Entry: $12 | Child 18 mths and Below: $3
    • Affiliate (Social Member, SAFRA, PAssion) 
      • Off Peak Entry: $12 | Peak Entry: $16 | Child 18 mths and below: $4
    • Guest
      • Off Peak Entry: $16 | Peak Entry: $20 | Child 18 mths and below: $4

HomeTeamNS Khatib
Child below 12 mths: Free

  • HomeTeamNS Family Membership (Child)
  • T-Play Member
    • Off Peak Entry: $14 | Peak Enty: $16
  • Non-T-Play Member
    • Off Peak Entry: $20 | Peak Enty: $25


Contact Details

Tel: +65 6705 9494 (Bukit Batok) | +65 6705 9423 (Khatib)
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @TPlaySG

Tots Society

Photo credits Tots Society


  • Tots Society, 464 River Valley Road Singapore 248349

Operating Hours

  • Daily: 9.30 am – 5.30 pm

Pricing Information

Below 9 mths: Free with paying sibling, otherwise $15 per 2 hrs playtime. 
Additional Adult: $6

  • Off-peak (Mon – Fri, excluding eve of Public Holidays, Public & School Holidays)
  • Peak (Sat – Sun, eve of Public Holidays, Public & School Holidays)


Admission is inclusive of entry for 2 accompanying adults per paying child

  • Mon – Sun playtime: 2 hrs (Additional Playtime: $5/30 mins thereafter)

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6721 9757
Email: [email protected]

Photo credits Waka Waka


Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 10 am – 8 pm
  • Check website for latest opening hours

Pricing Information

  • Mon – Fri: $23
  • Sat – Sun, Eve of PH, PH & SH: $28


  • Limited 1hr 45 mins of playtime. One (1) adult will be permitted complimentary entry per child. Additional adult will be chargeable at $5/pax

Other Ticketing Options: Klook | KKday

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6738 7733
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @playatwakawaka

Photo credits My Little Giant


  • Big Box, 1 Venture Avenue Singapore 608521

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 11 am – 10 pm
  • Sat – Sun: 10 am – 10 pm

Pricing Information

  • Off-peak
    • Below 3 yrs: $10
    • 3 – 16 yrs: $18
  • Peak
    • Below 3 yrs: $15
    • 3 – 16 yrs: $25

1 Accompanying adult: Free
Additional adult: $4

Contact Details

Tel: –
Email: [email protected]
Website: @mylittlegiantsg

Photo credits eXplorerkid


  • E!hub @ Downtown East, E!hub 3rd floor Downtown East 1 Pasir Ris Close Singapore 519599
  • AMK Hub, 53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3 Singapore 569933

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri (off-peak): 12 pm – 9 pm
  • Sat – Sun, PH, SH, PSLE Marking Days (peak): 10 am – 10 pm

Pricing Information

Infant (0 – 12 mths): Free

  • Off-peak
    • Toddler (13 – 36 mths): $5
    • Public: $20
    • Member: $9
  • Peak
    • Toddler (13 – 36 mths): $10 (limited) | $12 (unlimited)
    • Public: $28 (limited) | $30 (unlimited)
    • Member: $20 (limited/unlimited)

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6589 1668 (E!hub) | +65 6582 3326 (AMK Hub)
Email: –

Photo credits Grandstand


  • The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Rd #03-10 Singapore 287994

Operating Hours

Pricing Information

  • Infants: Free
  • 13 – 23 mths: $10
  • 2 – 10 yrs: $22
  • Adult: Free

Contact Details

Tel: + 65 6466 7622
Email: –



  • 87 Marine Parade Central #03-500C/B Singapore 440087

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sat: 10 am – 7 pm
  • Sun: 10 am – 3 pm

Pricing Information

  • Non-member
    • Infants (0 – 8 mths): Free with paying adult
    • Toddler (9 – 35 mths): $18
    • Children (3 – 12 yrs): $25
    • Adult: $5
  • Member
    • Infants (0 – 8 mths): $3
    • Toddler (0 – 35 mths): $12
    • Children (3 – 12 yrs): $20
    • Adult: $3

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6345 4947
Email: [email protected]



  • JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1 #03-04/05 Singapore 609731

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Thu: 11 am – 9 pm
  • Fri – Sun: 10.30 am – 9.30 pm

Pricing Information

  • Mon – Thu
    • Under 2 yrs: $10/guest | $8/member
    • 2 – 12 yrs: $18/guest | $15/member
  • Fri – Sun, Eve of PH, PH & SH
    • Under 2 yrs: $15/guest | $12/member            
    • 2 – 12 yrs: $23/guest | $20/member


  • Mon – Fri: unlimited playtime
  • Fri – Sun, Eve of PH, PH and SH: 2 hrs playtime

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6904 4383
Email: –

Photo credits Play Fit


  • Orchid Country Club, Social Clubhouse #02-34 Singapore 769162

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 11 am – 9 pm

Pricing Information

  • Non-peak (Mon – Thu): $15
  • Peak (Fri – Sun, Eve of PH & PH): $18

*Please check with Play Fit for the updated pricing information.

NOTE: Fees are inclusive of admission for 1 accompanying adult.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 8522 7386
Email: [email protected]

Photo credits Playkeroo


  • 100AM Mall, 100 Tras Street #04-16A Singapore 079027

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 10 am – 8 pm

Pricing Information

  • Weekday
    • 0 – 6 mths: Free with paying adult
    • 7 – 23 mths: $10
    • Above 2 yrs: $16
  • Weekend & PH
    • 0 – 6 mths: Free with paying adult
    • 7 – 23 mths: $12
    • Above 2 yrs: $20

Additional adult: $3

NOTE: Fees are inclusive of admission for 2 adults with kids 7 mths and up, adults accompanying little ones between 0 – 6 mths are required to pay entrance fee.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 9788 6729
Email: –



  • The Forum Shopping Mall, 583 Orchard Rd #02-33 Singapore 238884

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 10.00 am – 6.30 pm

Pricing Information

  • Below 1 yrs: $10 (+ $0 for additional hour on weekend)
  • 1 – 3 yrs: $20 (+ $10 for additional hour on weekend)
  • 3 – 10 yrs: $25 (+ $12 for additional hour on weekend)

Additional adult: $6

NOTE: Fees are inclusive of admission for 2 adults

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6734 6806
Email: –

Photo credits Go Go Bambini


  • Dempsey Hill, Blk 8 Dempsey Road #01-15 Singapore 247696

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 9 am – 7 pm

Pricing Information

  • Child (2 – 12 yrs): $28/guest | $20/member
  • Toddler (6 – 23 mths): $15/guest | $10/member
  • Baby (below 6 mths): Free

Additional adult: $5


Fees are inclusive of admission for 2 adults.

  • Mon – Thu (excld PH): unlimited playtime
  • Fri – Sun & PH: 2 hrs playtime (additional playtime: $5 per 30 mins/part thereof)

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6474 4176
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @bambinibuddy

Photo credits Cool De Sac


  • Suntec Convention Centre, 3 Temasek Blvd West Wing #02-379/380 Singapore 038983

Operating Hours

  • Sun – Thu: 10 am – 8 pm
  • Fri – Sat: 10 am – 9 pm

Pricing Information

  • Weekday
    • 6 mths and below: Free with paying adult
    • 7 – 35 mths: $12.80
    • 3 – 12 yrs: $22.80 
  • Weekend & PH
    • 6 mths and below: Free with paying adult
    • 7 – 35 mths: $14.90
    • 3 – 12 yrs: $28.70

Additional adult: $5.50

NOTE: Fees are inclusive of admission for 2 adults with kids 7 months and above, adults accompanying little ones 6 months and below are required to pay an admission fee of $5.50.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6337 0205
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @cooldesacsingapore

Photo credits Singkids Singapore


  • Changi Airport Terminal 3 B2 Mall  Unit #14, 15, 16 and 26

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Sun: 11 am – 11 pm

Pricing Information

  • Mon – Thu (off-peak): $22
  • Fri – Sun, SH & Eve of PH (peak): $24

*Please check with Mr Bean’s Playground for updated pricing information.


  • Off-peak: 4 hrs playtime
  • Peak: 1 hr playtime

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6832 8002
Email: –
Website: –

Photo credits Kidzland


  • The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Rd #02-14 Singapore 287994

Operating Hours

  • Mon – Fri: 10 am – 9 pm
  • Sat – Sun & PH: 9.30 am – 9.30 pm

Pricing Information

Baby (below 1 yrs): Free with paying adult

  • Weekday
    • Toddler (1 – 3 yrs): $20
    • Child (above 3 yrs): $26
  • Weekend
    • Toddler (1 – 3 yrs): $23
    • Child (above 3 yrs): $29

Additional adult: $5

NOTE: Fees are inclusive of admission for 1 adult accompanying kids 1 yrs and above, adults accompanying little ones below 1 yrs are required to pay admission fee of $5.

Contact Details

Tel: +65 6763 3773
Email: [email protected]
Website: | @kidzld

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Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

28 of the best indoor playgrounds for kids in Singapore

Indoor Playgrounds – Central Area


Kiztopia is an 18,000 square feet indoor playground at Marina Square.

Themed around a cast of 11 original animated characters, the massive space has 18 different play zones with an assortment of activities such as:

  • Role play rooms
  • Ball pits
  • Train ride
  • AR Basketball
  • Trampolines and Ninja Warrior Course
  • Thrill Slides
  • And more!

Location: Marina Square, 6 RafflesBoulevard #01-09, Singapore 039594

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Amazonia Image: Amazonia

Go on an Arctic adventure at Amazonia with decors and play structures themed around an ice world.

The indoor playground boasts the highest wave slide in Singapore. Its play gym is over 3,000 square feet and 10 meters high.

Other highlights include the Snowball ball pit with vacuum tubes for interactive play, and the Impact Wall. The first in Singapore, the Impact Wall is a giant 9 meter by 4 meter high video wall for interactive dance sessions and games.

Meanwhile, parents can chill at the Bistro which serves up full meals prepared fresh on site everyday.

Location: Great World City, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-113, Singapore 237994

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Pororo Park

All aboard! Come and meet Pororo and Friends at Pororo Park Singapore.Themed after the most loved animation character in Korea, Pororo Park Singapore is an indoor playground for children 12 years and below. It’s the first Pororo Park in Southeast Asia.

The indoor playground is packed with different attractions and play areas. Visit Pororo’s house, navigate through the obstacles at Poby’s Play Gym, play supermarket at Petty’s Supermarket, dive into the shark ball pit, and take a ride on everyone’s favorite – the Pororo Express Train.

There will be loads of photo opportunities with Pororo and friends as well!

Location: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594

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The Polliwogs – Suntec City

Kids will love this brightly colored playground which is chock full of obstacles, climbing structures, trampolines, and slides for them to explore.

There’s even an area where you can shoot soft foam balls at targets…or your friends if they happen to be in the area!

The slides are a favorite here with all kinds to choose from. You’ll find wide ones, long ones side by side to have a race on, and enclosed twisty ones for the more adventurous.

For the younger ones, there’s also a dedicated Toddler Play Section. The toddlers area is certainly one of the bigger ones of all the playgrounds we’ve been to.

Location: Suntec City Mall, 3 Temasek Boulevard #02-728, Tower 4,Singapore 038983

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Superpark Singapore

Image: Superpark Singapore

Spread over two floors at Suntec City, this massive 40,000 sq ft indoor facility is one of the few indoor playgrounds which has lots of activities that are suitable for adults as well, making it a great place for a fun family outing!

There are activities for kids of all ages here from the Kid’s Gym, Pedal Car Track, and flying fox at the Adventure Arena, to sports activities such as the baseball batting cage, archery, and street basketball at the Game Arena.

Over at the Freestyle Hall, you can bring your own skooters and skates to Skate and Scoot World, the only indoor skate park in Singapore.

You’ll also find activities such as climbing walls, trampolines, street soccer, and boxing at the Freestyle Hall.

All in all, there are so many things to do here that you’ll find that the 2 hour session passes by in a flash!

Location: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore 038983

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NERF Action XperienceImage: NERF Action Xperience

NERF Action Xperience at Marina Square is the world’s first NERF entertainment centre. The arena spans across over 18,000 square feet and features multiple themed playing zones.

COMPETE – Navigate exclusive NERF worlds with your team and engage in action packed high intensity NERF battles.

CONQUER – Challenging obstacles to climb, scale, and slide down from.

CHALLENGE – A high energy and fast paced environment for children 6 years and below. Zoom through the car track, fly through the air on the zip line, or throw yourself into a pool of giant NERF dart balls.

CREATE – Let your creative juices flow! This space encourages creative expression and echoes the freestyle nature of NERF play.

Location: MarinaSquare, 6 Raffles Boulevard #01-208, Singapore 039594

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Waka Waka

Waka Waka is a safari-themed indoor playground for children from 9 months to 14 years old.

The centerpiece of the playground is the Safari Play Area, a jungle themed playground course filled with slides,obstacles, and play features which kids just love to get lost in.

There’s even a volcano which you can scale with the aid of ropes. Conquer the summit and you’ll be rewarded with a slide back down to the bottom.

If you ‘re up to the challenge, you can also put your agility skills to the test on a rope adventure course (add-on charges apply).

Location: [email protected], 407 Havelock Road #05-01, Singapore 169634

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Aquarius Cove

Aquarius Cove is a marine themed indoor playground with lots of fun play areas for young kids.

While the playground is relatively small, it makes up for it with play features that are not typically not found in other playgrounds such as fun musical rides.

Our kids always love going on the rocking musical boat and dolphin carousel rides!

Location: 29 Carpenter Street, Level 5, Singapore 059923

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buds by Shangri-LaImage: buds by Shangri-La

Located at the Shangri-La hotel, buds spans over 1,872 square meters in total. It includes a 572 square meters indoor playground, and a 1,300 square meters outdoor water play area.

With its high quality installations and creative themes, this is certainly one of the most immersive indoor playgrounds we’ve come across!

Your little ones will have fun exploring the various zones with specially curated installations that will take them on a mystical journey through four narratives (embracing nature, adventure, camaraderie, and adventure).

Buds is open to all hotel guests and members of buds only. Consider a staycation at the Shangri-La Hotel which is one of the most kid friendly hotels in Singapore.

Location: Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350

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Indoor Playgrounds – Other Locations

Bouncy Paradise

Bouncy Paradise is a 20,000 sq ft indoor air-conditioned bouncy playground. It’s a massive bouncy castle and Singapore’s largest inflatable playground!

Highlights include:

Mega Unicorn Rainbow Slide with 20 mega sized rainbow slides that are over 6 meters tall.

Ball Pit Zone that is over 2,000 sq ft and contains more than 300,000 balls.

Trampoline Zone with more than 20 meters of gravity defying trampolines. Dive into the ball pits or dunk away at the basketball hoops.

There’s also a Toddler Play Zone where kids from 1.5 to 4 years old can bounce away in safety here.

Location: PeopleUp Enrichment Hub, 200 Pandan Gardens, Singapore 609336

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KidsSTOP Science Centre SingaporeImage: Science Centre Singapore

KidsSTOP is Science Centre Singapore’s dedicated Children’s Science Centre for children aged 8 years and below.

More than 20 exhibits provide children with plenty of opportunities to learn concepts in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics through interactive play.

Themed zones such as Flight and Space, Nature, and Music Room offer lots of hands on activities as well.

Location: Science CentreSingapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081

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Kidz Amaze at SAFRA JurongImage: Kidz Amaze

Kidz Amaze at SAFRA Jurong is one of the biggest indoor playgrounds in Singapore with 17,000 square feet of space.

Kids will have their work cut out with many different play areas including a massive five-level tower for them to climb.

It also has one of the highest indoor slides in Asia at 18.5 metres tall.

Location: 333 Boon Lay Way,Singapore 649848

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SMIGY at Paya Lebar Quarter is one of the largest indoor playgrounds in the East. It’s bright colors and fairy tale theme is a hit with kids.

There are 8 stations within the 5,000 square feet space with activities such as ball pits, obstacle courses, swings, toy corners, trampolines, slides, and a racing car track.

Location: Paya Lebar Quarter, 10 Paya Lebar Road #03-05/06, Singapore 409006

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Tayo StationImage: Tayo Station

Tayo Station is an indoor playground themed around the popular South Korean animated series Tayo the Little Bus.

The 10,000 square feet space is segmented into various play areas featuring:

Tayo’s Road Circuit – Zip around the creative child sized street scene filled with fun spaces like the Garage, Wash n Go, and Gas Pump Kiosk. ⠀

Poco’s Hinoki Play – A sensorial experience that emulates sand play using imported Hinoki wood cubes from South Korea.⁠⠀

Gani’s Playground – A three storey play system with two long slides and plenty of challenging obstacles.⁠

Cliff Ball Pool – A combination of a mini rock climbing wall and a 10m x 2m long ball pool.

Toddler Play – A safe zone for toddlers to climb around and play in (suitable for toddlers up to 3 years old).

Location: E!Hub Downtown East, 1Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, Singapore 519599

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T-Play at HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok

Located within HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok, this 4,200 square feet indoor playground is made entirely in Sweden and assembled in Singapore.

The theme here is transportation. And you’ll see plenty of air travel and vehicle related décor including rocket structures, planes, passport control lanes, and airport signage.

Kids will love the variety that the play gym offers with slides, ball pits, ziplines, and challenging obstacles.

Location: HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok, 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, Singapore 659003

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T-Play at HomeTeamNS Khatib

This unique indoor playground is the first Peranakan-themed indoor playground in Singapore.

The playground partnered with The Intan, an award winning Peranakan Home Museum, to transform T-Play Khatib into a Peranakan Adventureland.

You’ll see Peranakan influences throughout the playground as well as other local flavors such as the iconic dragon playground.

You’ll soon be reminiscing with the kids about your favorite playground memories!

Location: 2 Yishun Walk, Singapore 767944

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PLAY! By KinderPlayImage: PLAY! By KinderPlay

Are your kiddos fans of Ben 10 and The Powerpuff Girls?

Head down to PLAY! By KinderPlay, a themed playground featuring characters from Cartoon Network’s Ben 10 and The Powerpuff Girls.

From inflatable slides, bouncy “wipe-out” areas, ball pits, and floating balloon rooms, to the many climbing structures and play installations, your child is sure to find something fun in every corner.

Location: Changi Airport Terminal 3, 65 Airport Boulevard #B2-14/15/16/17, Singapore 819663

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Specialty Playgrounds

The ArtgroundImage: The Artground

Children just love exploring the interactive Visual Arts Space at the Artground.

The exhibitions are created in collaboration with local artists and themes are refreshed throughout the year.

The current theme, Deep Sea, invites you to explore the wonders and mysteries of the ocean depths, complete with immersive soundscape to transport you into the imaginary deep waters!

Location: Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Block J #01-40, Singapore 439053

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Want to know how it feels like walking on the moon?

AIRZONE is the world’s first indoor suspended net playground. This fully netted playground is suspended in between levels at City Square Shopping Mall. Don’t look down it you have a fear of heights!

From walking and bouncing on the sky nets, to exploring the 3D Maze, and jumping into the floating ball pit, your little ones are sure to work up a sweat while having the time of their lives!⁠⠀

Location: City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road #02-K4/K10

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Canopy Park – Jewel Changi AirportImage: Jewel Changi Airport

Located on level 5 at the topmost level of Jewel, the Canopy Park boasts a number of attractions that promise fun for all ages.

Hedge Maze – Attempt to find your way out of the hedge maze as you navigate through the tall hedges.

Foggy Bowls – Play among puffs of clouds or hide away in gentle bowls of mists. Kids just love playing in this dreamy setting.

Mirror Maze – See if you can make your way out of this seemingly endless maze.

Sky Nets – Bounce away and experience the thrill of being almost weightless at the Sky Nets which stretch for 250 metres long. At its highest point, the Sky Nets soar 8 metres above Canopy Park.

Discovery Slides – The Discovery slides are a work of art AND a playground! Take your pick from four slides and brace yourselves as you zoom down on this interactive sculpture.

Location: Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819666

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Clip ‘n Climb

Image: Clip ‘n Climb

Put your agility and coordination skills to the test at the high walls at Clip ‘n Climb. The climbing facility features 19 exciting colorful climbing walls with varying difficulties, each with its own unique challenges.

Designed specifically for kids, there’s no minimum age and you’re good to go as long as you’re at least 10kg.

Got Stuck? Not to worry! The staff at Clip ‘n Climb are on hand to offer assistance as well as lots of encouragement and advice.

Location: HomeTeamNS Tampines, 1 Tampines Walk #03-03 (Our Tampines Hub), Singapore 528523

More info on Clip ‘n Climb’s website

Future World – ArtScience MuseumImage: ArtScience Museum

Future World is an interactive digital art exhibition created in collaboration with renowned interdisciplinary art collective teamLab from Japan.

It’s a playground like no other as children will be interacting with the exhibits to produce music, play games, create art,and engage in physical play activities.

Our favorites include the colorful Fruit Field Slide, the Creative Hopscotch which triggers beautiful colors and sounds with each hop, and the Light Ball Orchestra where colors and lights change as you roll, bounce, and push the beach ball sized multicolored light balls around.

Future World, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

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The Joy of ToysImage: The Joy of Toys

The Joy of Toys is a specialty indoor playground in Singapore with a remarkable selection of high quality toys in a relaxing and comfortable environment.

There are two main play areas:

Main Play Space (For preschoolers and school aged children) – This space provides a balance between structured play and open-ended play. Structured play sections focus on manipulative, construction and competitive games such as family games, developmental toys, and brain teasers. Open ended play sections encourage pretend and role play and include toys for doll play, food play, and miniature play.

Toddler Play Space (For crawling babies and toddlers learning to walk) – This space is filled with age appropriate toys in a safe, baby-proofed environment.The smaller space allows parents full visibility of their little ones while they roam around and explore.

Toys are rotated monthly so there’s always something new with each visit.

Location: Clarke Quay Central, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street #03-51, Singapore 059817

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KaboodleImage: Kaboodle

Kaboodle is an indoor play space that provides creative free play for kids from ages 1-12.

The activities here focus on allowing children’s creativity to flourish such as:

  • Honing problem solving skills by building structures with odd shaped blocks.
  • Expanding creativity by interacting with various art kits, coloring crafts, and materials.
  • Stimulating all five senses with toys and materials that encourage sensory play.

Location: 88 East Coast Road, #02-05Katong Square, Singapore 423371

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Snow City

Image: Snow City

Get ready to experience snowfall and go on an arctic adventure at Singapore’s first permanent indoor snow centre. There are various zones with interactive exhibits, life sized snow sculptures, and an exciting 60 meter long, 3 storey high snow slide.

Location: 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Snow City Building, Singapore 609433

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Trampoline Parks

AMPed Trampoline ParkImage: AMPed Trampoline Park

Bounce away to your heart’s content at AMPed, a trampoline park with more than 5,000 square feet of trampolines.

The park is divided into severa zones where you can try out different activities.

The main free play area is a space consisting of 35 interconnected trampolines. Other zones include the SlamDunk Zone, Gladiator Pit, Dodgeball, and Parkour Wall.

For the adventurous that want to try out challenging jumps, there are also foam pits that you can dive into.

Location: The Herencia, 45 Kim Yam Road #02-11, Singapore 239351

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Bounce SingaporeImage: BOUNCE

Originating from Melbourne Australia, BOUNCE is regarded as one of the world’s best indoor adventure and trampoline parks.

BOUNCE Singapore features a variety of trampoline zones with activities for everyone, from preschoolers in the Junior Jumper learning areas, to advanced athletes in the X-Park adventure course.

Location: Cineleisure Orchard, 8 Grange Road #09-01, Singapore239695

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Gather a group of 4 for a 1 hour session at $75

Katapult Trampoline ParkImage: Katapult Trampoline Park

Bounce your way to Katapult Trampoline Park for some hopping good fun! The park consists of many play elements such as:

  • Main Court
  • Dodgeball
  • Bag Jump
  • Slam Dunk
  • Wall Run
  • Rock Wall

There’s also an onsite café where parents can relax while your kids are under the watchful eyes of the Katapult marshalls.

Located at multi-recreational park ORTO, you can complete your day with many other activities such as prawning, fishing, or a visit to the Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum.

Location: ORTO, 81 Lorong Chencharu #01-11

More info on Katapult’s website

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Indoor Inflatables, Slides, Bouncy Castles

Bouncy Paradise, the largest inflatable indoor playground in Singapore, features 20 slides, trampolines, ball pits & bouncy castles!

Looking for indoor playgrounds in Singapore where kids can bounce, jump, slide and run amok to their heart’s content? Check out Bouncy Paradise the latest indoor playground located in one massive 20,000 sqft space featuring a huge interconnected bouncy castle platform with 20 rainbow slides, trampolines, ball pits big enough to swim in with unicorn floats, plus obstacle courses, climbing walls, a flying fox and more!

Bouncy Paradise is only open during the weekends and holidays – which means it will be open during the week for the upcoming March school hols!

Bouncy Paradise has 20 rainbow slides, trampolines and bouncy castle galore

Bouncy Paradise is back!

You may remember Bouncy Paradise from its previous pop up at [email protected] Well, this inflatable playground is back now with a permanent location at Pandan Gardens. Bouncy Paradise is currently only open on weekends, public holidays and local school holidays.

Capacity is capped at 500 pax usually but at the moment due to COVID-19 regulations it’s capped at 50 pax! You will need to book a 2 hour slot in advance. When we visited (pre Covid-19) pretty much every inch of the massive bouncy castle platform was covered in bouncing kids and the café was completely full. If you go now you will be getting a much more calm experience we bet!

Bouncy Paradise inflatable indoor playground in Singapore

Bouncy castles and slides

At the far side of Bouncy Paradise is a wall of rainbow slides – 20 different colourful slides to zoom down at exhilarating speeds, plus ball pits filled with a sea of balls. There are lots of mini-trampolines, an obstacle course made of inflatable structures, a maze, a couple of small climbing walls and a flying fox

      Read more: The Best Indoor Play in Singapore for Babies, Toddlers and Big Kids

Beware the Minesweeper at Bouncy Paradise!

A favourite with the older kids is the Minesweeper (pictured above), which spins around trying to sweep you off your feet unless you duck and dive out of its way.

There’s a human claw machine (currently off bounds during Covid-19) where kids are strapped into the machine and then have a go attempting to grab a plushie toy to take home.

     Read more: New Indoor Playground Kiztopia Opens at Marina Square

Our kids loved the sticky walls where you wear a velcro suit and get thrown up onto the wall — making for a great selfie opportunity! We aren’t sure if this feature is still available during Phase 2 however.

Toddler Zone at Bouncy Paradise


At Bouncy Paradise, there’s an area of the huge bouncy platform dedicated to small kids between 1.5 years old to 4 years old (accompanied by an adult) — this is closely monitored by staff to ensure big kids don’t go bouncing in. In the toddler zone there is a small climbing structure and slide, plus a mini maze.

Bouncy Paradise café in inflatable indoor playground

Bouncy Paradise Café

A small café is kitted out with ample seating and offers snacks and meals like nuggets, hot dogs and fries.

Sassy Mama Tips

  • You will need to follow all the usual safe distancing rules and precautions (wear a mask, have temperature checks, stay 1 metre apart and no groups over 8 pax).
  • Do note that you’ll need non-slip socks to bounce so bring your own.
  • There are lots of crew to keep an eye on safety but we recommend watching your kids closely, as little ones can get lost in the deep ball pits and when it’s at peak busy periods there’s lots of opportunity for head bangs and clashes.
  • The entry price applies to everyone (12 months old and above) who goes inside Bouncy Paradise whether you enter the bounce zone or just sit in the cafe. This is meant to encourage parents to bond and bounce with their kiddos.
  • There are lockers to store your valuables available for rent at $2 for the entire day.

All the deets:
How much:
$19 (for 2 hour slot) per entry adults and children over 12 months old. Kids below 12 years old require an accompanying adult.
Bring: Non-slip socks
Opening Hours: 10- 8pm  weekends and holidays only

Bouncy Paradise, 200 Pandan Gardens (PeopleUp Enrichment Hub), Singapore 609336,

During the pandemic, venues may close without notice. Always book ahead to secure your timeslot and ensure the venue is still open.

10 Kids’ Activities That No One Else Knows About! #supportlocal

Looking to explore? Be one of the first to check out these hidden kid-friendly activities, playgrounds and local eats in off the radar neighbourhoods. Discover something new and support local!

What a year it’s been! Small local businesses have been hit hard by the pandemic and many have closed. is a community project by the people behind the #savefnbsg movement, that spotlights hidden gems and small businesses in neighbourhoods that might not be on your radar, nor anyone else’s (probably). So that means less crowding hopefully and a chance to support small mom and pop shops that need every little purchase to keep going. So why not pick a new local café to eat at or a new playground to explore for a kid-friendly activity?

      Read more: Weekend Planner Fun Activities for Kids

JalanJalan.Me’s top off the radar kid-friendly activities

1. Hansel & Gretel-themed Playground

The Hansel & Gretel-themed playground is one of the best looking HDB playgrounds we’ve seen. For the older kids, elements such as the rock-climbing ramp, crawl tunnel and rope bridges are built out of wood to mimic a treehouse at the block 445B playground. Over at block 445, younger kids will have their imaginations sparked at the Candy Trail play space. There are coloured spinners modelled after lollipops and toadstools that serve as jumping pads to test motor skills, but the main attraction point here is the gingerbread playhouse, covered in models of sweets, icing and candy.
Hansel & Gretel-themed Playground, 445 and 445B Clementi Avenue 3 Singapore 120445

Read more: Best Indoor Playgrounds

2. Diggersite

We grew up playing with an array of toy construction trucks and machinery, but Diggersite has taken this to the next level. Kids – and fun-loving adults – can now hop into mini hydraulic excavators and cranes to dig sand pits or shift building blocks. They’ll even get to put on a neon vest and hard hat to complete the look. The founder of Diggersite, Mr Edwin Lim, used to be an engineer himself so all the equipment here is legit. Do note that this edutainment centre is currently open only on weekends and public holidays, but it makes for a great place for field trips or small birthday party for little ones!
Diggersite, 91 Lorong Chencharu, Singapore 769201,

3. Dragon Playground

You’ve seen the dragon playground in Toa Payoh, but did you know that the dragon has a sibling in Ang Mo Kio? Designed by Mr Khor Ean Ghee from the Housing and Development Board (HDB) in 1979, this location sports a gentle brown beast that boasts a striking blue border and a yellow steel-ringed body that is situated closer to the ground. Even though the original sandpit was replaced by rubber padding in the 1990s to better cushion kids’ falls, the two slides remain in their original tiled form. There used to be five other dragon playgrounds all over Singapore, but this is one of the only two full-sized ones still standing today, so give this lesser-known hangout spot a visit!
Dragon Playground, 570 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, Singapore 560570

4. Mudrock Ceramics

Enjoy getting your hands dirty? Take’s recommendation and sign up for a class at Mudrock. Mudrock is beloved by cup-making hobbyists as well as the restaurateurs who work with owner-artists Ms Ng Seok Har and Ms Michelle Lim. Fun fact: they craft special tableware for F&B joints in Singapore, and have also been commissioned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to craft gifts for the Vatican, and for Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday. They offer classes that can take a novice from zero to a teapot-making hero. Young ones aged between six and 12 years old can even enrol for their kid-friendly activity, the Little Mud Rock programme to spark a lifelong love for pottery. Great for weekend family bonding and school holiday treats!
Mudrock Ceramics, 85 Maude Road Singapore 208357,

5. Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum

Ms Connie Tan has been collecting pet turtles since she was a little girl, and in 2001 she opened the Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum with her late father Mr Danny Tan at Chinese Garden, in the hope of educating children about these intriguing reptiles. The museum relocated to ORTO in 2018 and is currently home to over 400 animals, which include rare species like the Indian Star Tortoise, Alligator Snapping Turtle, and Mata-Mata. Visitors can shell out a couple of dollars for lettuce bunches or pellets to feed their new friends, and even pet some of the gentle giants that roam on the grass patches.
Live Turtle and Tortoise Museum, 81 Lor Chencharu #01-16 ORTO, Singapore 769198,

6. Touchwood

One of the first sights to greet us when we turned into Lorong Chencharu is a large shed sitting behind a fence that’s lined with quirky contraptions – colourful birdhouses, some wooden robots, and a swing. Part of Ground-Up Initiative, TouchWood is a carpentry workshop unique in the fact that more than 90% of the wood used here is recycled from industrial pallets. Here, visitors can either commission furniture, or sign up for classes to learn all about woodworking. The space can also host birthday parties, where kids can try their hand at making wooden boats and other fun projects.
Touchwood, 91 Lorong Chencharu Singapore, Singapore 769201,

7. Longkang Fishing

Longkang (“drain”) fishing is no longer a common pastime for kids these days, but ORTO has recreated that experience by carving out a slice of concrete for little ones to splash around in and catch some new pets. They’ll be armed with a fishing net and a plastic tank, and they can spend as long as they want in the shallow pool to fill it with up to 10 fish. If you’re prepared to keep the fish, there is an aquarium shop called That Aquarium that is located at 618 Yishun Ring Road, where you can get supplies. Otherwise, the fish can also be released into the pond next to the Lakehouse at ORTO.
Longkang Fishing, 81 Lor Chencharu #01-09 ORTO, Singapore 769198, 

8. AMK Town Garden West

We’re calling it – AMK Town Garden West is the most underrated green space in Singapore. Spread out over a 22-hectare hill, the park feels like a mini Botanic Gardens, minus the crowds. The most iconic feature here is the pair of 120-step staircases, which are majestically lined with palm trees and make for a great spot for Instagrammers and fitness aficionados alike. For something a bit more relaxing, spread out a picnic mat near the lotus pond, stroll through the forested area to admire flowering trees, or let the kids have a field day at the adventure playground.
AMK Town Garden West, Opposite Ang Mo Kio Town Library, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, Singapore 567740

9. Bedok Jetty

One of Singapore’s longest jetties, Bedok Jetty is one of the most popular fishing spots in the country. That said, you’ll find all manner of people gathered here, from cyclists taking a break along their 42-km long Eastern Coastal Park Connector Network (ECPCN) Cycling Trail, to families looking for a scenic backdrop for the family portrait location shoot. This certainly is a special place: there have even been sightings of dolphins here, though it’s rare. The best time of the day to be here is the evening to watch the sunset and the horizon come alive with the lights from tankers that line our shores.
Bedok Jetty, East Coast Park Service Road Singapore 449876

10. Clementi Forest

This is the photography spot that has become a hot environmental conservation topic in Singapore. Clementi Forest off Clementi Road, used to be a random, if somewhat forgettable, patch of greenery you’d pass by on a bus ride between Clementi and Bukit Timah. Then in October 2020, the drone footage by Brice Li capturing it in its misty splendour went viral. Since then, the 85-hectare spot and its unique biodiversity has gained national attention. Those up for a tiny bit of “forest bathing” can take a walk south from the Old Bukit Timah Railway Station on the Rail Corridor. Or if you just want a shot for the gram and keep your Yeezys spotless, take the bus to stop 12109 (opposite Ngee Ann Polytechnic) for a view of that iconic tree-lined ‘valley’ featured on Li’s video from the sidewalk.

JalanJalan.Me’s top off the radar neighbourhood cafés

Summer Hill

Anthony Yeoh, the former head chef of French casual bistro Cocotte, transplants his approachable cuisine to the heartlands. His kid-friendly Sunset Way restaurant, Summer Hill, is a cosy dining room with verdant jungle outside. If you are looking for comfort favourites with a luxe touch, such as stroganoff with stewed Tajima wagyu brisket, fries dunked in duck fat, hormone and antibiotic-free fried chicken, or foie gras-stuffed French ducks, this is the place to go.
Summer Hill, 106 Clementi Street 12, #01-62, Singapore 120106,

Tan’s Tu Tu Coconut Cake

There are few places you’ll find tutu kueh outside of a pasar malam these days. Thank goodness for Tan’s – a West Side favourite worth crossing the country for. Mdm Tan Bee Hua’s father, Mr Tan Yong Fa, is said to be one of the early inventors of the steamed rice cakes after arriving in Singapore from Fujian in 1932. He shrank down a Hokkien snack, song gao, stuffed it with peanut or grated coconut and the name came from the sound the steamers would make when heated. Over the years, new flavours – such as a chocolate chip-infused tutu kuehs which is said to be a hit with children – have been introduced by the enterprising lady boss too.
Tan’s Tu Tu Coconut Cake, 449 Clementi Avenue 3, #01-211, Singapore 120449


One of the more enduring local cafes to still remain in the cafe hopper’s black book of favourites since its opening in 2014, W39 is set up by two twenty-something sisters, Ms Jasmine and Jamie Lu. The space is bright, sunny and retro-loving. A bonus: it is also one of Singapore’s pet-friendly cafes. So while your dog or cat hangs out under the table to check out their fellow tail-waggers, you can dine on a variety of the cafe’s staples, such as salmon ceviche, ebi cha soba, or charcoal chicken burger, while your kids take their pick from an all-day dedicated children’s menu. To complete the W39 experience, pair your food with one of their recommended craft beer or drink concoctions.
W39, 39 Jalan Mas Puteh Singapore 128637,

      Read more: Best Dog-friendly Cafes in Singapore

The Bedok Marketplace

Formerly the Kampung Bedok hawker centre, The Bedok Marketplace has been given a new coat of paint and slightly kitsch shophouse-themed decor. It’s like a throwback to old Singapore, but this feels more like you’re in a film set or a theme park. You’ll still find some hawker fare, but its appeal is in its “atas” foods catered to the younger generation craving for Japanese char grill to smoked prime pork rib with macaroni and cheese. They even have sourdough pizzas, acai bowls and smoothies. It promises all the mix-and-match fun of a hawker centre, but with international fare at a fraction of the cost.
The Bedok Marketplace, 348 Bedok Road, Level 2, Singapore 469560


There are hole-in-the-wall establishments, and then there is Gelato Labo. A minuscule room on Cavan Road, it has just enough space for you to select your ice-cream and perch on one of the rarely available outdoor seats, or continue on your merry way. While small on real estate, they are big on imagination. The cones, for example, are studded with tiny lavender blooms and made fresh on site. In the cold box, you’ll find a culinary bent in flavours such as the smoked sakura with artichoke and pear compote, as well as novel pairings the likes of Bronte pistachio and Himalayan pink salt, or naval orange with white chrysanthemum flower. Clearly, these intrepid flavours pairings have captured an audience too, as they’ve recently expanded into a fully kitted out cafe out west in Clementi.
Gelatolabo, 11 Cavan Road, Singapore 209848,

Indoor Playground at Marina Square with Kid-Friendly Cafe, Ball Pits, Slides, Ninja Warrior Zone and More

We review the huge indoor playground Kiztopia at Marina Square

At a massive 18,000 square feet, “edutainment playground” Kiztopia at Marina Square is one of the biggest indoor playgrounds in Singapore.

The “Sprite” soft play area for younger kids at Kiztopia

Kiztopia is spread out across a whopping 18 different zones that encompass traditional indoor playground activities like a ball pit (actually, there are multiple ball pits), trampolines, slides, and climbing structures, but there is also SO much more!

Read more: The Best Indoor Play in Singapore for Babies, Toddlers & Big Kids

There are a number of role play and pretend play areas, where kiddos can play dress up with costumes (we saw at least five Elsa dresses, and lots of superhero suits), get their hair done in a salon, shop in a grocery store, and prepare food in a kitchen. This area is particularly friendly for toddlers.

One of multiple pretend play rooms at Kiztopia

Another toddler-friendly feature is “Raby Pit,” where littlies can dig to their hearts’ content with pebbles (much cleaner than sand!), and the adjacent “Pepe’s Ball” (a smaller ball pit with soft play features) and “Sprite,” with a miniature slide. There are also some cute interactive wooden toys built into the walls for curious little hands to fiddle with.

Meanwhile, “Cosmic Space” is one of the biggest ball pits we’ve ever seen – so big, in fact, that kids can make their way through on a giant mechanical banana boat! This is all at the foot of a huge climbing structure and super twisty tube slide (probably a bit too tall and dark for kiddos under 4).

Kids enjoying the train at Kiztopia

Nearby there is a massive bouncy castle (“Bouncy Tiger”), fronted by a slow-moving train (“Chug Eli”) that’s also a delight for all ages. On the day we visited, the Ninja Warrior area seemed to to be the most popular with kids; here you’ll find a trampoline and a soft obstacle course that requires climbing, jumping, spinning, and balancing.

The Ninja Warrior zone is a key attraction at Kiztopia (but is limited to kids ages 6+)

There are also some VR and AR (augmented reality) areas, including an electronic basketball screen where kids throw a ball at a moving hoop to get points, and a giant wall where kids can bring inanimate objects to life simply by touching them (similar to the technology at Future World). These areas are cool (less cool: the fact that “Baby Shark” seems to be playing on repeat), but we’d rather kiddos be running around burning off energy when we go to an indoor playground than staring at a screen.

Starting in August, Kiztopia plans to run a variety of fun enrichment classes, including cooking, robotics, music, art, and even rhythmic gymnastics. We like the emphasis on parent-child bonding, and enjoyed the fact that parents were able to play right alongside their kiddos in many of the features. With multiple function rooms and a soon-to-open café (rumored to serve better-than-normal fare like pancakes and Eggs Benedict!), it also looks set to be a hot ticket for birthday parties.

The toddler-friendly soft play area at Kiztopia

According to Kiztopia, all of its play areas were influenced by the theory of Multiple Intelligences, and designed to promote the skills it touts like logical reasoning, interpersonal relations, physical abilities, and an aptitude for science, among others. That very well may be the case, but even as just a regular old indoor playground it’s a pretty fun spot to be.

Location & Amenities:
Kiztopia is located on the first floor of Marina Square, on the street side facing Raffles Avenue and across from Raffles Link and the Esplanade (we found it a bit tricky to locate when entering from the Raffles Boulevard side).

Rules and requirements for the Ninja Warrior zone at Kiztopia

There’s a handy shoe storage area near the entrance; don’t forget to bring socksAlso note that some of the play areas have height and age restrictions; the Ninja Zone, for example, prohibits children under 6 years of age who are shorter than 130cm.

How much:
Single-entrance tickets range from $28 (1 hour of play), to $38 (3 hours) to $48 (unlimited), with additional options for 15-visit and annual passes. For right now prices are the same on weekdays and weekends, and a ticket includes one child + one adult; additional adults are $8 each. Babies under 12 months enter for free with a paying child and accompanying adult. With a limited time opening special tickets are now starting at $22; click here for more details.

Opening Hours:
Sunday to Thursday, 10am to 9pm; Friday & Saturday, 10am to 10pm. 

Kiztopia, #01-09 Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594, [email protected],,

Read more: The Best Indoor Play in Singapore for Babies, Toddlers & Big Kids

24 Best Indoor Playgrounds In Singapore To Treat Your Kids To

Best indoor playgrounds in Singapore

In land scarce Singapore, indoor playgrounds, to little ones, are sacred oases that offer them wonder, thrills and a great escape from the mundanity of their everyday living. And when we’re talking ball pit lakes with banana boats, five-storey jungle gyms and giant claw machines, it’s not hard to see why. 

Whether for a play date or a wet-weather-plan-B, this comprehensive list of Singapore’s best indoor playgrounds will guarantee your kiddos copious amounts of fun while leaving them thoroughly spent for a good night’s sleep.

Check out more kid-friendly activities here: 

1. The Joy of Toys – From $18 for unlimited play time

Image credit: The Joy Of Toys Singapore

Think indoor playgrounds, and it’s only natural that slides and ball pits immediately spring to mind. But over at The Joy of Toys, you’ll be met with a giant living room-esque space that’s packed to the brim with “old-school” wooden toys from building blocks and puzzles to dollhouses, kitchen sets and railway tracks. Perfect for little tots to hone their fine motor skills and cognitive development.

Image credit: The Joy Of Toys Singapore

Split into three sections – structured play, open-ended play and a toddler play space – The Joy of Toys offers tired parents some well-deserved respite on their cosy couches for the small sum of $18. Stay as long as you like or tap out for some lunch and pop back in, unlimited hours of play and re-entry is included in the price on non-peak days.

$18/unlimited play time for Toddler Play Space
$22/unlimited play time for Main Play Space
$18/2 hours for Toddler Play Space
$26/2 hours for Main Play Space
Address: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #03-51 Clarke Quay Central (Yellow Zone), Singapore 059817
Opening hours: 10AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 9007 4679

The Joy of Toys website

2. The Petite Park – From $18 for 1.5 hours

Image credit: The Petite Park

If you’re mom or dad to a crawling infant, you’ll know that the real danger of indoor playgrounds is the many older children dashing around at light speed. At The Petite Park, you won’t find a child above the age of 7 (or 130cm). No more worrying about other kids roughhousing your precious baby. 

Image credit: The Petite Park

Offering a 100% toddler-safe space with padded surfaces, height-appropriate slides, a petite bouncy castle, and a fleet of Little Tikes cars; The Petite Park is a great little pitstop to entertain the kids if you’re heading to Kallang Wave Mall for a grocery run or a meal.

Price: $18/1.5 hours on weekdays | $20/1.5 hours on weekends & public holidays
Address: 1 Stadium Place, Kallang Wave Mall #01-06/07, Singapore 397628
Opening hours: 10AM-7PM, Daily
Telephone: 6282 7061

The Petite Park website

3. Buds by Shangri-la – From $28 for 3 hours

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Buds by Shangri-La isn’t the biggest contender here in terms of playscape or size, but there’s more than meets the eye. Entry to buds not only gets you 3 hours in their impressive indoor playground, but their 1,300 sq ft outdoor water playground, as well as access to their range of classes such as baking, art, song and dance, and storytelling.

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Expect to find a small but action-packed zone for babies and toddlers with mini ramps, slides, a ball pit, and suspended baby bouncers for pre-walking tots to get in on the fun. The Explorer Zone for kids aged 4 and up is a world of netted bridges, lava slides and ball pit rivers.

Note: Buds by Shangri-La is now exclusive to all hotel guests and members of buds only.

Book Shangri-La’s Fun Family Playcation for complimentary access to Buds.

Price: $18/1 hour for hotel/service apartment guests
Address: 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun 9.15AM-5.45PM | School and public holidays 8AM-7PM
Telephone: 6213 4833

Buds by Shangri-La website

4. Amazonia – From $27 for 2 hours

Introducing Amazonia Singapore


When it comes to first impressions, the entrance of Amazonia doesn’t do a good job of taking one’s breath away. But hidden behind its fairly small entrance is this mammoth of an indoor playground. Having undergone a recent facelift last year, Amazonia now sports an ice age-themed interior that makes the space look brighter and more spacious.

Their iconic 8M four-wave slide is still the main highlight, but we guarantee your little ones will love the ballpit fountain and its labyrinth of pipes that “suck” balls up to a catchment area before they “rain” down on anyone below. Parents of infants will be glad to note that the toddler section is strategically located right by the entrance away from the bustle of the main play area.

Price: $28/1 hour for one child and one adult | $38/3 hours for one child and one adult | Additional adult $12
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-113 Great World, Singapore 237994
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 9.30AM-7PM | Fri – Sun 9.30AM-9.30PM
Telephone: 6836 2544

Amazonia website

5. Kiztopia – From $28 for 1 hour

Possibly the most impressive of the lot is Marina Square’s Kiztopia. With 18 different play stations making up its 18,000 sqft space, Kiztopia promises nothing short of non-stop excitement.

Look forward to high-rise play structures with spiral slides, trampolines, scalable rock walls, foam obstacle courses and a ball pit moat that has an inflatable boat and banana boat for parent-powered rides.

Of course it comes with all the frills as well: a train that chugs round a track, a hinoki wood cube pit, VR basketball, dress-up stations, and imaginary play studios such as a grocery store, and a bakery. And if your play session runs past lunch or dinner, you can pop over to the adjacent Kith Cafe to load up on hearty Western fare. 

Price: $28/1 hour for one child and one adult | $38/3 hours for one child and one adult | Additional adult $12
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #01-09, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu 10AM-8PM | Fri & Sat 10AM-10PM
Telephone: 8201 0393

Kiztopia website

6. Pororo Park – From $33.90 for 2 hours

Image credit: Pororo Park Singapore

If Netflix is a necessary evil you need to survive the demands of parenthood, then your little ones would likely be familiar with Pororo. Based on the Korean cartoon Pororo The Little Penguin, Pororo Park will let your little ones rub shoulders with the super-sized friends of Porong Porong Forest in the flesh. 

The Pororo Express Train operates at 45-minute intervals, giving your little ones three opportunities to hop aboard during their play session.
Image credit: Pororo Park Singapore

Explore the interior of Pororo’s house, wade through the Shark Ball Pool, catch an episode in Tong Tong’s Little Theatre, or sweat it out in Poby’s small, but maze-like play gym. Smaller babies can explore the range of child-safe toys in the soft toddler area or play contractor in the Hinoki pit. 

Price: $33.90/2 hours for children above 12 months old | $7.50/2 hours for accompanying adults*
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-29, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 10.30AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 6250 9700

Pororo Park Singapore website

*Discounted prices available for partners. Check the website for more information.

7. The Polliwogs – From $15 for 2 hours

Image credit: The Polliwogs

With an outlet over at VivoCity and one at Suntec City, The Polliwogs is a throwback to the 90s with its retro-looking play equipment and simple decor. You’ll find webs, rope tunnels, wave slides, ball pits, climbing walls and mazes and even an air-shoot ball arena.

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If you’re lucky enough, your children might get to partake in their ad-hoc activities that include crafting and an all-out treasure hunt. Tired parents can lounge at their in-house bistro and clear some work with their free WiFi.

$15/2 hours for children under 3 years old | $23/2 hours for children above 3 years old
$17/2 hours for children under 3 years old | $28/2 hours for children above 3 years old

Suntec City outlet
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City, Mall, #02-728 Tower 4, Singapore 038983 | Vivocity – 1
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 10AM-7.30PM | Fri – Sun 10AM-8.30PM
Telephone: 9298 9573

Vivocity outlet
Address: Harbourfront Walk, #03-12 VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 10AM-6.15PM | Fri – Sun 10AM-8.30PM
Telephone: 9298 9573

The Polliwogs website

8. Aquarius Cove – From $10 for 2 hours

Image credit: Aquarius Cove

A perfect choice for toddlers going through a marine animal or Little Mermaid phase, Aquarius Cove within the compounds of SAFRA on Carpenter Street is an ocean-themed playspace that will quench their thirst for all things in the sea.

Image credit: Aquarius Cove

Its small space is fitted with a carousel of dolphins, a small two-storey jungle gym with tunnels, ramps, a slide and a ball pit, making it more appropriate for tinier tots and infants. The fully-padded musical ship is sure to be a hit as well!

Price: $10/2 hours for children 12-29 months old | $18/2 hours for children above 2.5 years old
Address: 29 Carpenter Street, Level 5, Singapore 059923
Opening Hours: Wed – Fri 12PM-6PM | Sat, Sun & P.H. 11AM-6PM
Telephone: 6532 5550

Aquarius Cove website

9. Happy Castle – From $38 for 2 hours

Image credit: Happy Castle

Happy Castle is known for transforming small spaces into dynamic play areas for little ones, but their most impressive outlet has to be the one on Orchard Road – a galactic heaven with a ball pit milky way the size of a swimming pool.

Packed in Happy Castle’s modest space are a space-themed shooting range, space tunnels, a couple of anti-gravity trampolines, and cute clear space domes reminiscent of igloos for kids and adults alike to lounge or “take refuge” from all the action outside.

Their $86/10-hour package comes highly recommended as the most cost-effective option that lets you exhaust your hours at any Happy Castle outlet you choose.

Note: Happy Castle Ngee Ann City is relocating to Orchard Central and will resume operations on 13th March. We’ve confirmed with Happy Castle that the play equipment will remain the same. 

Price: $38/2 hours | $86/10 hours | $156/20 hours
Address: 391 Orchard Road, #05-05A Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 11AM-9PM | Sat & Sun 10AM-8PM
Telephone: 9058 3945

Happy Castle website

10. T-Play Indoor Playground Hometeam NS Khatib – From $14 for 2 hours

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More than just for the thrills and the wow factor, T-Play Indoor Playground at Hometeam NS Khatib pays homage to Singapore’s Peranakan culture and one of Singapore’s most iconic playgrounds – the Toa Payoh dragon playground.

Image credit: T-Play

Expect a four-lane wave slide among other spiral ones, a high-rise jungle gym full of obstacles and tunnels. Younger children can also have their share of fun over at the adjacent toddler play zone that sports its own jungle gym and ball pit.

$10/2 hours for HomeTeamNS Family Membership | $14/2 hours for T-Play Member | $20/2 hours for Non-members
$10/2 hours for HomeTeamNS Family Membership | $16/2 hours for T-Play Member | $25/2 hours for Non-members
Address: 2 Yishun Walk, Singapore 767944
Opening Hours: Tue – Thu 1PM-7PM | Fri & Eve of P.H. 1PM-9PM | Sat, Sun, School Holidays & P.H. 10AM-9PM (Closed on Mondays except on school holidays)
Telephone: 6705 9423

T-Play Indoor Playground website

11. PLAY by Kinderplay – From $12 for 1 hour

Image credit: PLAY by Kinderplay

A recent addition to Changi Airport’s kid-friendly activities is PLAY by Kinderplay over at T3. Taking over the space that used to be occupied by SingKids Playsystem Teddy & Me, PLAY by Kinderplay is a Ben 10 and Powerpuff Girl wonderland that’s bigger and better. 

Image credit: PLAY by Kinderplay

Think suspended clear tunnels and jungle gym obstacles, a moving carousel for babies, and even an obstacle arena with two sweeper arms for your kids to avoid a la the game show Wipe Out.

$12/4 hours for toddlers below 2 years old | $21/4 hours for children above 2 years old
$12/1 hour for toddlers below 2 years old | $25/1 hour for children above 2 years old
Address: 65 Airport Boulevard, Changi Airport, Terminal 3, #B2-14-17, Singapore 819663
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 11AM-10PM | Sat & Sun 11AM-11PM
Telephone: 9115 7638

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12. Kidz Amaze Safra Jurong – From $14

To ramp up the fun, you’ll find large foam pellet guns stationed on different levels for a no holds barred shootout.
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Yet another indoor playground gem is Kidz Amaze over at Safra Jurong. Likely to be Singapore’s tallest jungle gym, this indoor playground has five impressive storeys built in a conical shape with a hollow centre that gives you a bird’s eye view of the happenings on each level. 

Image credit: SAFRA Jurong

Your young ones will also have access to the Rainbow Maze, a scalable psychedelic rope cocoon contraption; and a dark room with glow-in-the-dark balls reminiscent of the ArtScience Museum’s Future World installation.

$14/entry for children | $2 per accompanying adult
$18/entry for children (peak) | $2 per accompanying adult
Address: 333 Boon Lay Way, SAFRA Jurong, Singapore 649848
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 1PM-7PM | Sat & Sun 11AM-7PM
Telephone: 6686 4321

Kidz Amaze SAFRA Jurong website

13. Tayo Station – From $24 for 2 hours

Image credit: Tayo Station

Another cartoon-themed indoor playground spin-off is Tayo Station, inspired by the Korean cartoon Tayo the Little Bus. Aspiring little drivers will love speeding around the indoor circuit that’s complete with a gas station, car wash and a garage.

Image credit: Tayo Station

Other playground highlights include a three-storey jungle gym, a bouncy castle, hinoki pit and a ball pool. They’ve also got a screening lounge for exhausted kiddos and parents to kick back to episodes of the cartoon, a toddler play area for crawling tots, and a chill zone for parents to set up camp.

$24/2 hours for children 1 year and up (price includes one accompanying adult)
$28/2 hours for children 1 year and up (price includes one accompanying adult)
Address: E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, Singapore 519599
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 10.30AM-8PM | Sat & Sun 10.30AM-9PM
Telephone: 6283 7900

Tayo Station website

14. KidsStop at Science Centre Singapore – From $23

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Not only reserved for the big kids, KidsStop is the Science Centre Singapore‘s dedicated space for children eight years and below. Its 3,000 sqm gallery contains 20 fun and educational exhibits to let your children learn about the workings of intimidating subjects such as Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Explore the intricacies of space travel and our solar system at the “Flight & Space” station or build up your kiddo’s confidence with the Giant J, a 7M free fall that mini daredevils will go absolutely crazy for. 

Image credit: JackRouse

There’s also The Big Dream Climber, a 9M-tall climbing play structure that’ll let your kids “climb to the heavens” amongst a wide variety of other activities. 

$10/3 hours for adults | $20/3 hours for children
$13/3 hours for adults | $23/3 hours for children
Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Opening Hours: Fri – Sun 10AM-1PM, 2PM-5PM
Telephone: 6425 2500

KidsStop at Science Centre Singapore website

15. Bouncy Paradise – From $19 for 2 hours

Bouncy Paradise – Singapore’s Only MEGA Bounce House!


What’s not to love about a super-sized bouncy island? Spanning some 20,000 sqft, Bouncy Paradise is a marvel that’ll leave even the jaws of adults hanging. 

You have a 20-lane rainbow slide, a 2,000 sqft ball pit with all sorts of inflatables(the size of some smaller indoor playgrounds!), a 20M stretch of trampolines and a human claw machine packed with prizes in the form of snacks and toys up for grabs.

Kids can play human splat in a velcro suit and catapult themselves onto a sticky wall, challenge each other to am obstacle course, or scale a 360° “rock wall”. And while the main play zone is better for older kids, smaller tots even have a dedicated safe bouncy zone complete with mini-mountains, bubble bouncers and a zipline for maximum enjoyment.

Price: $19/2 hours
Address: 200 Pandan Gardens, Singapore 609336
Opening Hours: 10AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 8779 2057

Bouncy Paradise website

16. Smigy Playground – From $16 for 2 hours

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Spanning some 5,000 sqft, Smigy Playground is the largest indoor playground to grace the East and a pastel wonderland inconspicuously tucked away in Paya Lebar Quarters.

There are eight unique play zones in this baby- and toddler-safe space including a Little Tikes driving circuit, a larger-than-life ball pit arena with slides galore, and a knitted treehouse with swings. Rates start from a reasonable $16 for 2 hours of play, making it an affordable option for when your troupe needs to expend some energy before nap time.

$16/2 hours (Children under 2 years old) | $22/2 hours (Children above 2 years old)
$18/2 hours (Children under 2 years old) | $26/2 hours (Children above 2 years old)
Address: 10 Paya Lebar Road, #03-05/06, PLQ Mall, Singapore 409057
Opening Hours: 10AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 8797 3001

17. Waka Waka – From $20 for 1 hour and 45 minutes

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All parents know that mealtimes are a hectic time where you wolf meals down while trying to keep your children fed and entertained. 

But if you’re tired of rushing through your meals, then Waka Waka over at Furama will grant your wish for a peaceful lunch with its Eat & Play Family Deal ($55, U.P. $90) that includes 105 minutes of playtime and an a la carte buffet lunch or dinner for two adults and one child at either The Square @ Furama or Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant.

Let your young ones burn off all that extra energy scaling a volcano, riding Waka Waka’s large stationary jungle animals, and tackling balance beams. The place is safari-themed so little lovers of the zoo will be 100% in love.

$23/105 mins
$28/105 mins
Address: 407 Havelock Road, #05-01, Singapore 169634
Opening Hours: 10AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 6738 7733

Waka Waka website

18. Kaboodle – From $15 for 3 hours

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While vibrant indoor playgrounds full of ramps, slides and ball pits make up most of the options on this list, Kaboodle is one playground that shies in the opposite direction. Big on imaginative play, Kaboodle’s expansive play space is filled with a selection of blue bits and bobs to help your little ones breathe life into the visions of their wildest dreams.

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The positives? Improved social skills, cognitive thinking and confidence. There’s also a sensory play section loaded with an assortment of sensory bins for free play and exploration.

Price: $15/3 hours (Babies under 35 months old) | $20/3 hours (3-15 years old) | $10/3 hours (16 years and above, inclusive of a drink)
Address: 88 East Coast Road, #02-06 Katong Square, Singapore 423371
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu 9AM-5PM | Fri – Sat 9AM-7PM
Telephone: 6247 7020

Kaboodle website

19. Snow City – From $12 for 1 hour

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We won’t be able to travel out to enjoy the snow for a while, but frolicking in sub-zero temperatures with winter jackets at Snow City will be the next best thing for your antsy children.

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Build a snowman, make snow angels, zip down a 60M-long snow slope, explore an igloo home – these are some of the things your little ones can look forward to at Snow City. The simulated snowfall on the upper mezzanine level is also a treat for young ones who’ve yet to experience the real deal!

Older kids can also battle it out in Snow City’s sub-zero shooting arena. 

Price: $15/1 hour for adults | $12/1 hour for children
Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 10AM-5PM | Sat & Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6560 2306

Snow City website

20. Future World ArtScience Museum – From $12

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There’s nothing like a million moving illuminated projections that react in response to the slightest touch and movement to send our children into a wide-eyed frenzy, and the 16 breath-taking installations at ArtScience Museum‘s Future World: Where Art Meets Science will do just that. 

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Chase butterflies and disrupt the streams of a waterfall in Transcending Boundaries and make your mark at Sketch Aquarium and Sketch Town where you’ll be able to scan your coloured masterpieces and watch them swim or chug around the wall. Don’t miss the light-bedazzled slide for young ones and the light ball orchestra which features a reservoir of glowing bouncy balls.

Price: $16 for adults | $12 for children, students & seniors
Address: 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974
Opening Hours: 10AM-7PM, Daily
Telephone: 6688 8898

Future World: Where Art Meets Science website

21. The Artground – Free admission

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As the only free-entry indoor playground on the list, The Artground is actually a charity-based art initiative for children up to nine years of age – babies included. Its open Arts Space playscape is transformed every four to six months according to artist collaborations. Its current installment, Deep Sea , takes you on an adventure to the deepest depths of the ocean. 

Apart from the main play space, The Artground also curates multi-sensory paid workshops and experiences for different age groups – think theatrical performances, music, dance and storytelling and arts and crafts.

Price: Free
Address: 90 Goodman Road, #01-40 BLK J, Singapore 439053
Opening Hours: Wed – Fri 9.30AM-4.30PM | Sat & Sun 9.30AM-5.30PM (Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)
Telephone: 6925 0621

The Artground website

22. Canopy Park Jewel Changi Airport – From $4.50

Foggy Bowls

Jewel needs no introduction – and for the sweet price of $4.50, entry to Canopy Park will let you let your children have free run of the Topiary Walk’s many animal photo stops, the chill spot that is Foggy Bowls, Petal Garden and the Discovery Slides.

Manulife Sky Nets (Walking)

For a little more excitement, top up a little more for access to the Hedge Maze, Manulife Sky Nets and the Mirror Maze! And while you’re there, here are some other attractions in Jewel that are worth a visit.

Price: $4.50 (Singapore residents) | $5 (all other nationalities) [Entry to Canopy Park only] | Ticket Bundle 2 – $54 for adults, $39 for children and seniors (Price includes entry to Canopy Park, Canopy Bridge, Hedge Maze, Mirror Maze, Manulife Sky Nets)
Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, Level 5, Singapore 819666
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 10AM-10PM | Fri – Sun & P.H. 10AM-11PM
Telephone: 6956 9898

Jewel Canopy Park website

23. Airzone – From $25

You don’t have to travel all the way to the far East to get an “aerial” experience. City Square Mall offers one just as thrilling in the form of Airzone, Singapore’s first atrium net playground. 

And to up the ante, Airzone’s play area spans three storeys and comprises a suspended ball pit, a gargantuan bouncy balls, a 3D maze and a slide that gives you a quick exit from the peak. Read about our firsthand AirZone experience here.

Price: $20/session | $65/special four session pass for Singapore residents.
Address: 108 Kitchener Road, City Square Mall, Singapore 208539
Opening Hours: 10.45AM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 6631 9789

Airzone website

24. NERF Action Xperience – From $39 for 3 hours

You’ve probably seen the guns in ToysRus, or worse, been pelted by one of its foam bullets if you have a couple lying around at home. Now, take all the rabak action out of your house and into a controlled environment a.k.a. NERF Action Xperience – an 18,000 sqft indoor arena with different play arenas and proper gear. 

Round up the kiddos in the fam for a battle of Capture The Flag or shoot your way to unlock the vaccine in a zombie-infested town. And if your child is brave enough, send him or her onto the high elements rope course three floors above the ground. Read about our NERF Action Xperience.

Price: From $39 for access to three zones
Address: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard #01-208, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 10AM-10PM, Daily (Last entry at 7.30PM)

NERF Action Xperience website

Singapore’s best indoor playgrounds for children

We know our year-round summer isn’t always ideal for days upon days of outdoor adventure. So whether it’s to treat your kids for their good behaviour or to buy yourself a little breathing room in the comfort of an air-conditioned space, this comprehensive list of Singapore’s best indoor playgrounds will present you with endless opportunities for play. 

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Cover image adapted from (Clockwise): T-Play,

5 Best Indoor Playground Singapore | theAsianparent

School’s out and if you’re wondering how to keep the kids entertained on rainy days and on the weekends check out our fabulous list of 21 very cool and best indoor playgrounds in Singapore where you can take your kids! So if you searched for indoor playground Singapore — you are in luck!

Do bring along socks for both you and your little ones! Most if not all indoor playgrounds require both you and your little ones to wear socks on the premises. Remember, safety and hygiene always come first.

Have fun kids!

Note: *Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and safety measures put in place, some of the playgrounds are temporarily closed. We will be refreshing this page from time to time.

Indoor Playground: 21 Best Playgrounds Which You Can’t Miss


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Not-for-profit art centre, The Artground is a great spot for kids and parents who want to indulge in some creative interactive play and engage in a non-directive exploration that will heighten your child’s awareness of aesthetic elements and sense of appreciation.

Every weekend families can look forward to a variety of age-specific drop-in programmes that participants will get to enjoy on a first-come, first-served basis, inside our Whitebox. Each programme will be charged at $10 per parent-child pair, which you can pay in the queue just before the programme starts.

Location: Goodman Arts Centre

Price: $10 

2. Little Bear’s House 

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Families living in and near Serangoon, do check out the Little Bear’s House which provides kids with lots of high-quality wooden toys, puzzles, and a reading corner full of engaging books. There’s also a dedicated toddler area for kids under 18 months with extra padding and age-appropriate toys. 

Designed for kids and parents, Little Bear’s House also includes plenty of comfy sofas that are perfect for nursing mamas and free parking!

Location: 21 Lichfield Road, Serangoon Garden Way, 556841

Price: $70 for 2 hours (includes $10 booking fee)

3. Pororo Park 

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Pororo Park Singapore is Singapore’s first-ever themed park outside of Korea! For kids who have watched and enjoyed the TV show, this indoor playground even has a train ride in the playground! Let your kids’ choo choo their way to a fun time!

Pororo Park Singapore also offers Birthday Packages for your little ones, providing them with a memorable experience. A great addition to the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore.

Location: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-29, Singapore 039594

Price: $6 – $29.90


Source: Aquarius Cove

Aquarius Cove is an ocean-themed indoor playground that allows you to have a day of fun with your kids, enjoy a playdate or celebrate your precious one’s birthday here.

Be enthralled by the splash of colours and you can expect a ball pit, bouncy castles, tunnels to a jungle gym. Definitely a cool alternative to one of the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore!

This place is extremely popular for their birthday parties on the weekends so make sure to check their website in advance to avoid disappointment.

For more details on admission fees and package deals, please visit here.

Location: 29 Carpenter Street, Level 5, Singapore 059923

(Located directly opp. Clarke Quay MRT Exit E & Clarke Quay Central)


Source: SAFRA Kidz Amaze

Kidz Amaze is one of Singapore’s largest indoor playgrounds, made for kids aged 18 months to 18 years.

Their specially designed kid-friendly playground arena consists of visually stunning interactive soft play centres to engage your child’s sense of direction, motion, and coordination.

Friendly facilitators ensure play is both fun and safe. Kidz Amaze also offers party rooms to host birthday parties and field trips.

There is also a toddler’s area (at Kidz Amaze SAFRA Toa Payoh only) where parents can bring their infant or toddler to experience the Playhouse & PlayMaze that is only applicable to babies 0 to 36 months.

Location:   SAFRA Toa Payoh, SAFRA Jurong, SAFRA Punggol

Price: *$8 – $20

*Please check the prices of the different locations here. 


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Kidzland is the largest integrated indoor playground in Singapore with various play facilities and a big arcade game zone. Here, your kids will revel in the wide offerings that Kidzland provide.

Key features include the Rainbow Net for climbing and The Forest soft play. Other features like The Beach (sand play), The Carousel, Art Activities and the Arcade all come at additional cost. No matter how old your kids are, there will be something for them to be excited about!

Kidzland also hosts parties and they will customise the most suitable plan for you and your kid. No doubt, one of your best bets for the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore!

Location: The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, #02-14, Singapore 287994 (inside PasarBella, near North Carpark)

Price: $16 – 22 

7. Amazonia 

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Amazonia is Singapore’s first fully themed and integrated Family Entertainment Centre. Set on a massive 9,500 square feet of space, Amazonia offers the following fun activities for you and your kids:

– Toddler Play: With interactive play panels, a musical keyboard, ball pit and mini slide, your little one aged 0 to 3 years old will have heaps of fun here!

– Jungle Play Gym: This 6-storey, 400 square metre gym has an 8 metre high 4 level wave slide, spiral slide, ball pit, trampoline, suspension bridges and tunnels that will provide kids aged 3 to 12 years old heaps of fun and excitement!

– 3-D Glow Golf: Complete with 3D glow-in-the-dark artwork and motion props, you will surely be fascinated by their Under the Sea, Pirates and Dinosaur sections as you make your way around the course. Best suited for kids aged 4 years and above.

Location: Great World City Mall, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Level 3 Unit #03-08, Singapore 237994

Price: $22 – $33 

8. The Polliwogs 

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All Polliwogs centres make sure that you get the same star treatment as your kids. There is a lounge that serves coffee and Internet terminals for parents to use while waiting for their kids to finish playing.

CCTV cameras monitor the play area and screens are strategically placed to ensure parents have peace of mind while their kids have fun. The Polliwogs is suitable for kids aged around 9 months and above.


3 Temasek Blvd, #02 – 72, Suntec City 

1 Harbourfront Walk, #03-12 VivoCity

Price: $19 – $25 


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Parents who are looking to unleash their kid’s creativity can head down to children-based arts charity Playeum that champions children through play, creativity, and the arts.

Open to all families and groups for exploration, Playeum presents a hands-on exhibition that changes every year.

Some of their previous events include Make Your Mark where kids enjoyed workshops like Build Your Own Miniature Playground with Food Scraps by HaruPlate and Playeum’s very own Hands-On Exhibition I-Opener which features the aesthetic and sensory play-worlds inspired by the artistic designs and creations of four artists with a disability. 

Location: Gillman Barracks, 47 Malan Rd, Singapore 109444, 

Price: $23

10. Buds by Shangri-la*

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For parents planning for a staycation this holiday, check out luxury hotel Shangri-La Singapore which now has a dedicated interactive play space for children, catering to both hotel guests and non-hotel guests.

Spanning over 1,872 square metres in total  – the immersive and curated play space allows children to learn through play in a creative, self-directed and experiential environment, all while bonding with their parents.

Location: 22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350


Hotel guests – complimentary who book the Themed Family Suite and Family Deluxe Room

Non-hotel guests –  entry is $48 for child (four to 12 years old), $28 for toddler

*The indoor play facilities and classes at Buds, as well as the Splash Pad are currently closed to the general public. They are only available to hotel guests and residents, as well as Buds members. View more details on membership here. 

11. Trehaus

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12. Airzone

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Airzone is a world’s first “suspended playground” concept premiering in Singapore. It creates a truly unique experience for the young and old alike. The Airzone attraction is an elevated playground with distinct themed zones that contains unique games to explore, such as a Ball pit, Slide, and 3D Maze.

Location: City Square Mall, #02-K4/K10,

Price: $20 

13. eXplorerkid [TEMPORARILY CLOSED]

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Explorer Kid is located at Downtown East and is ideal for kids under 12 years of age. It is full of fun and challenging play stations for kids, and relaxation facilities for parents and guardians.

This indoor playground features a highly tactile play area designed around a mystical forest theme. Explorer Kid also organises themed birthday parties and school field trips. Another one of the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore.

Location: Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Singapore 519599 

For rates and packages, please click here.

14. Kaboodle Kids

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Kaboodle Kids prides itself on creating an indoor play space for children from ages 1 to 12 to develop creative intelligence and growth. Think imaginative play. The sky’s the limit!

Coupled with both creative free play and structured programs, the elements of designing, brainstorming, experimenting, to risk-taking will be ingrained in their creations. Another reason to being one of the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore.

Kaboodle Kids hosts events and parties too! If you’re looking to hold a unique birthday party or have a customised package for corporate team building, look no further. 

For more information on admission fees, click here.

For more details on exciting events and fun-filled activities, click here.

Address: 88 East Coast Road, #02-05 Katong Square, Singapore 423371

Price: $15 – $20

15. Katapult Trampoline Park

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It doesn’t matter if you’re under 5 or an extreme sports junkie, Katapult Trampoline Park offers everything from a kids’ zone and dodgeball courts to professional Olympic trampolines, wall runs, and world-class airbags. Definitely not for the faint-hearted.

Why not turn it up another level and get fit with Katafit classes (teenagers and adults) or trampoline workshops (corporate and schools)?

Katapult also hosts events such as birthday parties, school outings, team-bonding activities for corporate organisations.

Address: 81 Lorong Chencharu #01-11, Singapore 769198

Price: $15 – $35

16. KidsSTOP™

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Children are born scientists; they all possess three innate skills of Inquiry, Investigation, and Innovation.

At KidsSTOP™ the Children’s Science Centre, children aged between 18 months to 8 years get a chance to enhance these skills by engaging in purposeful and interactive play. Spread over 3000 sqm, the play at KidsSTOP™ is designed to spark kids’ interest in science, technology, engineering, and maths.

Children get to Imagine, Experience, Discover and Dream, and bond with their parents at this one-of-its-kind edutainment centre in Singapore. KidsSTOP™ is designed along four themes – Imagine, Experience, Discover and Dream.

KidsSTOP™ also offers unique Science-themed party packages for children to learn Science in a fun-filled way.

For more details on admission fees and memberships, visit here.

Location: 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433

Price: $14 – $23

17. Pip’s PLAYbox

Indoor Playground Pip’s PLAYbox | Source: Esplanade

Specially designed for kids, Pip’s PLAYbox is a cozy and dedicated activity space tucked away on Level 4 at the Esplanade. The little ones can look forward to creating their own handicrafts at a craft station.

There is also a massive library of children’s books — by Singapore writers and illustrators — available, nestled amongst personal reading spaces where parents and their kids can read together in comfort.

A range of activities is also hosted in this space, from storytelling sessions to self-guided craft activities, in conjunction with Esplanade’s festivals and series.

Location: Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, 1 Esplanade Drive, Singapore 038981, Level 4

Price: Admission is free and for PIP’s Club members. 

*Pre-registration is required for admission.

18. Tayo Station 

Indoor playground: Singapore Tayo Station | Source: Tayo Station

Tayo Station is the first Tayo character-based indoor playground in Southeast Asia and outside of South Korea! It is designed for families and the young to play, indulge, and create their own adventures with Tayo the Little Bus & his friends. 

Through zipping around iconic street scenes — Garage, Wash n’ Go and Pump Kiosk — from the animation series, your little ones can look forward to engage in pretend play in these fun spaces. They will learn various road signs and be taught basic safety rules to better understand real-life scenarios through a fun-filled and interactive way. 

No doubt, Gani’s Playground is the highlight. A fully equipped 3-storey play system, it consists of two long slides and plenty of physical obstacles. It challenges your kids’ motor and agility skills for a stimulating fun-filled day.

There are also two party rooms (tayo-designed) for you to host character-themed parties for your kids. It can even be tailored to suit your needs!

Address: E!Hub @ Downtown East, #03-112, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599

Price: $6 – $28 

19. The Petite Park [TEMPORARILY CLOSED]

Indoor playground The Petite Park | Source: The Petite Park

The Petite Park is a kids’ indoor play space and party facility that is ideal for children under 7 years old to have an amazing time. It provides an imaginative, challenging, fun yet safe environment for little ones to play and explore.

The Petite Park offers 2 main play areas:

Active Play, that has equipment that encourages social participation, coordination, and balance while strengthening gross motor skills.

Pretend Play which features multiple play stations with a train track, eco-friendly wooden toys, building blocks, and materials such as kitchen toys and fruit stalls to encourage kids’ imagination and innovation.

For more details on admission fees and value pass, visit here.

Address: Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Place, #01-06/07, Singapore 397628

Price: $18 – $22

20. The Tiara Society

Indoor Playground Singapore: The Tiara Society | Source: The Tiara Society

The Tiara Society gives your child the opportunity to fulfil her fantasies as a princess — indulging in the royal wardrobe chamber and donning a beautiful gown of her choice, princess accessories, shoes, tiaras and more!

Lots of creative and imaginative play in the various royal chambers await your little princess. Watch them transform with confidence together with other princesses. Besides, there are also princess craft activities available, and even reading at the Reading chamber!

The Tiara Society caters to ages ranging from 0 to 10 years old, is mostly dedicated to girls but inclusive of boys too.

Address: UE Square, 83 Clemenceau Avenue, #01-32, Singapore 239920 (Near Robertson Quay)

Price: $14 – $29 

21. T-Play

T-Plau indoor playground | Source: HomeTeamNS

T-Play is a Kids Indoor Playground that is uniquely designed in Sweden. As one of the most interactive transportation-themed playgrounds in Singapore, it engages the child’s brain development, motion coordination and sense of direction.

Your child will get into action in no time with ball pits, trampolines and a variety of slides in these interactive play centres. T-Play also offers a selection of birthday party packages, with themes like “Choo Choo” and “Vroom Vroom” — starting from just $330. 

Address: HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok, 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, Singapore 659003, Level 2 (Above Swimming Pool)

Price: $8 – $20 

Indoor Playgrounds That Have Closed

Cool De Sac 

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Cool De Sac is designed around the needs of parents who desire a place where their kids (aged 6 months to 12 years old) can enjoy creative play while the entire family has a delicious meal at Bistro Cool! Parents can relax while their children are engaged in our unique play areas. It’s the perfect time for both!

Cool De Sac is also an ideal birthday party venue for your child. Choose from one of their packages that include everything from invitations to goody bags!

Location: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-379/80, Singapore 038983

Price: $14.80 – $28.70

KidZania Singapore 

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Wonder what your ideal job may be like? Want to know how to manage finances and tackle everyday challenge just like adults do?

At KidZania, you can experience who you want to be. An educational theme park, it provides children with an authentic and powerful developmental experience that helps them to understand, prepare and manage their world.

There are over 80 different real-life scenarios, including working as a journalist in a newsroom. Time to take your life beyond your wildest dreams! Truly, one of the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore!

Location: Palawan Kidz City, 31 Beach View, #01-01/02, Singapore 098008.

Price: $58.90 – $62

Busy Tables 

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Busy Tables is an education-themed indoor playground dedicated to children between 0 and 6 years old. It is all about providing a holistic and experiential learning experience for young learners and even their parents! The key is learning through facilitation, and not instruction.

Busy Tables also conducts playgroups (suitable for 1 to 3 years old) by early childhood educators that helps develop important skills while fostering a sense of collaboration; as well as one-to-one learning programmes (3-6 years old), allowing teachers to dedicate and cater to your child’s individual learning needs.

With classes using an online booking system, parents can book time slots weekly according to their schedules and not worry about long-term commitments.

Location: 35 Rochester Drive, Rochester Mall, #03-22, Singapore 138639


Children above 1-year-old: $18 per entry daily

Children below 1-year-old: $10 per entry daily

SuperPark Singapore 

All hail the friendliest all-in-one Finnish indoor activity park, now in Singapore! The ‘Superparking lifestyle’ is going global — and it’s bringing a new wave of energy into Singapore’s lifestyle scene right to you, in Suntec City.

Indoor Playground Singapore edition of SuperPark | Source: SuperPark Singapore

Share the sheer joy of movement and play with people of all ages and fitness levels!

The play space spans almost 40,000 square foot offers 20 fun, healthy, exciting and energising activities, based on three themed areas, under one roof. Out of these 20 activities, there are THREE brand new game experiences that will be premiere in SuperPark Singapore — iWallSuperClimb and Ninja Track. 

Three Themed Areas: 

Adventure Area
  • Offers exciting play activities for younger children and parents.
  • Expect loads of fun from Flying Fox (zip wires), Tube Slide (slides), Kid’s Gym (Toddlers area), Kid’s Adventure City (playtowers), Pedal Car Track and much, much more.
Game Arena
  • Where youngsters take on the spotlight.
  • Swing for the stands in the Baseball nets, hone your jump shot at Street Basketball, or compete with the AI goal keeper.
  • Performance is measured by radar and other digital systems. This ia a great place for kids to challenge their friends (or parents!).
Freestyle Hall
  • Teenagers will be too busy challenging themselves to even use their smarphones!
  • THREE brand new game experiences: SuperClimb (tailormade fun climbing concept), new Ninja Track (warrior obstacle course) and iWall (interactive parkour game)
  • Venture into Skate and Scoot World, bounce on the Trampoline Platform, and attack the Augmented Climbing Wall.

At SuperPark, no one gets left out! Everyone can join in and have quality bonding time through sports activities. Expect bubbling laughter, beaming smiles and red cheeks from kids, teenagers and adults alike!  

Want to hold a birthday party, have a family celebration, hold a corporate event or even engage in some team-building activities? SuperPark Singapore offers seven party rooms, making it ideal for an eventful occasion. 

Also, rest assured mums and dads because your little ones will be under the good hands of experienced staff, which many are recognised coaches. 

Location: #02-477, Suntec City (North Wing), 3 Temasek Boulevard, Tower 1, 038989

Price: $22 – $48 


Indoor playground Playolah | Source: Playolah/FB

Playolah is a dedicated play area that focuses on developing kids’ sensory-motor skills and social cognition. Equipped with tons of amazing toys, there is bound to be great excitement for your little ones — from cars and trains, ball pool and cassia seed pool to dollhouses and kitchens.

For more details on admission fees and fun passes, visit here:

Address: I12 Katong Mall, 112 East Coast Road, B1-23 (near supermarket), Singapore 428802

Price: $8 – $20 

Fun N Laughter

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Fun N Laughter is a one-stop indoor playground equipped with retail, play, nursing room and party facilities. It is where mummies can shop at, a cafe for daddies to chill at, and an amazing structured indoor playground from the UK!

Truly an edutainment centre and one of the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore that provides a quality and safe environment for children to have fun while learning. Activities include trampolines, wave slides, aerial runaway, ramps and cannonball blaster, in-house Pandas and Bamboos game.

For more detailed information and fun packages, visit here.

Address: City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road, B2-32, Singapore 208539

Price: $12 – $23 

We hope you enjoy our listing of the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore. Did we miss out on anything? Do include it in the comments below!

90,000 Best Parks for Walking with Kids in Singapore

Singapore is 47% green, most of which belong to national parks. Any time of the year, when it is not raining, you can go with your family to discover the activities offered by the local parks. In this article, we will take a look at the very best places for children’s playgrounds.

  1. Alexandra Canal Linear Park

In Alexandra Canal Linear Park you will find 5 playgrounds, a butterfly garden, a water terrace, a skate park, but first things first.

  • Blue Smile Playground greets visitors with a smiley dial. All structures are made in the appropriate style.

  • Butterfly Garden , designed by high school students, is a star-shaped garden made of a round pillar surrounded by four varieties of plants. Here, butterflies can lay eggs and find food.

  • Playground “Rumor” is designed in such a way that the voice of children playing on the playground is amplified.There is also a carousel, a unique trampoline and a small gondola.
  • Playground “Error” is made in the form of a ladybug, and the installed swing resembles a four-legged spider.
  • Dawson Water Terrace reminds park visitors that the canal is under their feet. There is a swimming pool filled with water from the Alexander Canal. Of course, the water is purified so that visitors can swim.
  • Playground “Ascent” got its name from the plastic wall for young climbers with puzzles.
  • The Rope Bridge Playground is named after the rope bridge. To get to the other side, visitors must go through a rope tunnel.

  1. Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is also one of the largest parks in downtown Singapore. Here, an old concrete canal has been transformed into a 3-kilometer meandering river with beautiful flowers on the bank. The valley of the rivers, the park with an abundance of flowers and the “Gardens” pond on the territory of the park make Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park popular among locals and visitors to the country.

On the green lawns, families can hold meetings and picnics and enjoy the beauty and tranquility of the surrounding nature. The 62-hectare park is home to many species of flowers and plants, as well as interesting species of animals and birds, such as red herons. Therefore, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is the perfect place for nature lovers. Active sports enthusiasts can run along the paths along the river. Children will appreciate the playground in the River Valley and the playgrounds in the Sady Pond.

  1. Dairy Farm Nature Park

Dairy Farm Nature Park offers many fun activities for kids and adults. The park is located in a village on an area of ​​63 hectares, and the Wallace Education Center, the main attraction of the park, is located in a restored cowshed. In this center, visitors can learn a wealth of useful and interesting information about the environment, about the changing landscapes of the dairy farm and about the Bukit Timah Reserve through the various exhibits presented.At Raffles Girls’ High School, students can learn about natural heritage by doing. In the southwestern part of the park, there is a Singaporean quarry, converted into a wetland with an observation deck from where visitors can get acquainted with the flora and fauna of freshwater bodies. It is also home to endangered birds such as the Little Grebe and numerous species of dragonflies, many of which are considered rare. Adults and children who love nature can hike the Wallace Trail or ride the special Mountain Biking Trail on mountain bikes

  1. Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay is the perfect place to relax for children and adults.What kind of entertainment is waiting for your children here?

  • The play area for children from 1 to 5 years old is divided into 2 parts. The first contains playable structures such as the swinging bridge and various water sources. The second part – the Fountain of Fish – is an interweaving of water tunnels and sculptures of aquatic inhabitants, from the backs of which water streams break out.

  • The play area for children from 6 to 12 years old Rainforest Tree Houses is located under the canopy of trees, the height of two of them reaches 4 and 7.5 meters, respectively.This area contains various play facilities such as a spider net, a climbing hill, rotating bowls, etc.

  • Water play area for children from 6 to 12 years old is intended for those who like to frolic in the water. By equipping the zone with motion sensors, a corresponding sequence of water effects is created during the movement of the child.

In addition, you can visit the amphitheater, heritage gardens, rainforest and flower dome.

  1. Jurong Central Park

Jurong Central Park is famous for its life-size recreations of various board games for children.

Even adults, resting in this park, are transported into their childhood, and children simply adore the park. Here you will find green spaces, various playgrounds, a Snakes and Ladders-style playground for children, a Ludo garden with colorful plants that can be used in Ludo.

In addition, children and adults can admire various types of plants in the park’s reservoir, representatives of the fauna and the most beautiful dragonflies and butterflies. For those who love an active lifestyle, the park has a 2-kilometer cycling and jogging track, as well as a fitness corner. Families with children can take part in performances and concerts, roller-skating.

  1. Punggol Water Park

Punggol Water Park is divided into sections.The first section is a recreation area, the second is a playground, the third is a fitness corner, and the fourth is an adventure bridge. There are well-groomed jogging tracks along the promenade on either side of the river.

There is a water playground for children, where some can splash under streams of water, others can build sand castles under coconut palms. The children’s playground is the main attraction of the water park, where water tunnels create cobwebs of splashing water, geysers spout from the ground and water cannons send a stream of water at frolicking children.I would also like to mention the Adventure Suspension Bridge. Walking along it, you can enjoy the beauty of the surrounding nature.

  1. Pasir Ris Park

Pasir Ris Park is a favorite destination for families with children on the east coast of Singapore. The entire park is divided into several zones that combine old and new sites.

  • King Mountain . It is a hill with rings and contour lines. There is a multi-level cobweb-like rope structure where children can feel like real climbers.There is a rope tunnel, a bridge, various slides. Children tired of active games can relax in the shade of trees or ride a swing.
  • Transport playground. Here the ground is covered with a soft surface to ensure safety, as almost all structures are in motion. Sea ships swinging like on the waves, or a spaceship, fun seaplane-shaped swings, cars with a steering wheel and dashboard, a fire engine, a sailboat and a suspension bridge – all this you will find in this area of ​​the park.
  • Musical playground . Here children will be able to create their own works by playing the drums.

  • Galactic Playground . There are futuristic slides for climbing and structures in the form of planets, and a swing facing the sea, and a labyrinth for the little ones.
  1. Sembawang Park

Sembawang Park is a park in the northern part of Singapore, located on the coast overlooking Johor.The park has a historic design from the British colonial era, as you can see as you walk past the black and white bungalow on the way to the park. Playground “Battleship” is made in the form of a warship with gun turrets, chimneys, propellers and a rudder. This is a unique site that has no analogues in Singapore. In addition to the fun in the park, you can arrange barbecues , but for this you need to book one of the places first. There are picnic tables next to the barbecue area.Moving away from the BBQ areas, you will come across sandbox , decorated in accordance with the French game of pétanque. Instead of a picnic, you can dine at Beaulieu . This bungalow dates back to 1910 and used to be a private residence. Now it houses a fish restaurant.

Not far from it there is a cafe of the family Woody . In addition, you can relax on Sembawang Beach or, armed with fishing rods, go fishing with your children.

  1. Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve is a place where your children will love and appreciate nature. In total, you can attend 9 events with your children:

  1. Galleries of the new tourist center with interactive educational tools that display not only real scenes from different areas of the reserve, but also information about the inhabitants of the mangroves.

  1. Mid-canopy Walk . Walking along a 120-meter boardwalk, you will get acquainted with the birds and insects that live in the middle of the reserve, as well as the plant species that surround you.
  2. The coastal path is a boardwalk. Visitors will be able to admire the breathtaking, scenic view of the Kranji waterfront and watch the white-bellied eagle and osprey hunting. At low tide, you will have a view of fish and crabs scurrying along the bottom in search of food.
  3. Forest Trail offers visitors the chance to admire the surrounding beauty of green foliage and listen to quiet forest sounds. In addition, you will expand your knowledge of unique plants and animals.
  4. Observation Decks “Beans” are so named because of their interesting shape. Climbing the platform, you can enjoy the opening panoramic views of the sea and dunes. The Dragonfly Pod Observation Deck offers scenic views of the freshwater pond.

  1. Children’s adventure play trail.

Here children can feel like mud jumpers or crabs, diving under the roots of mangroves or crossing the river by boat

  1. Little Heron Deck Observation Deck . On its territory there are funny sculptures of mudskippers, and the opening sea view is breathtaking.

  1. Mud Experience is a very interesting and at the same time unique place.Due to its design, visitors have a unique opportunity at low tide to stand next to the mudskippers. To get to the site in the river, you will need to go over the cable bridge.

  1. Guided walks in the nature reserve are held mainly on Saturdays for children under 12 years old. Duration 1.5 hours.
  2. Tiong Bahru Park

Tiong Bahru Park is a public park adjacent to Tiong Bahru Plaza.The park’s entertainment can be roughly divided into several parts.

Firstly, the central place in the park is given to the train, the carriages of which are tilted in different directions. There are several options for entering and exiting the locomotive. Children are happy to study them for quite a long time. Secondly, Mazing Around. There is a small labyrinth, swings and carousels for young children. Thirdly, green spaces with a fitness center and gardens with a pond in which turtles live.

  1. West Coast Park

West Coast Park is a park on the West Coast of Singapore with one of the largest playgrounds in the country. There are several playgrounds for children of different ages with a large number of bright different play structures: swings, rope pyramid, several obstacle course facilities, etc. For the smallest there is a miniature fire engine with a music panel, a playground with a Viking ship, swings and sandbox.

You can take your children for a walk outside the playgrounds to the embankment, where you will find a large sandbox next to the water. In the western part of the park, there are boardwalks above the river, where at certain times of the year you can watch migratory birds with children who have stopped in the park for rest. There are a lot of bike paths. If you want to go for a ride, you should take your bike with you, since the karting kiosks are not open yet. There are also barbecue and camping areas. In other words, West Coast Park is an ideal place for families with children.

  1. Woodlands Waterfront

Woodlands Waterfront is a park in northern Singapore where you can enjoy coastal waves, sea breezes and lush greenery. Since 2011, this park is officially considered a coastal park, the highlight of which is the 400-meter pier. You can walk with your children along the pier or the 1.5-kilometer promenade and enjoy the beautiful view of the dam and the Johor Strait.

There is also an opportunity to sit with a fishing rod in hand, introducing your children to fishing.You can take a bike ride through the 11 hectares of the park with your children, or sit in one of the outdoor areas for a picnic, or sit in one of the pavilions. For children, the park has a playground for children of different ages.

The central place is given to a two-story structure – Sky Walk, consisting of six pillars entangled in a net and connected by bridges. Novice climbers will appreciate this entertainment.

If you are serious about moving to Singapore with your whole family, our company will gladly advise you on moving to Singapore and living in Singapore with your whole family. And of course, we will be happy to help you register a company or open a bank account in Singapore.

Changi Airport Singapore

A flight with a stopover in Singapore can turn into an exciting family excursion to the attractions of Changi Airport.Asia’s main air hub is known as the best airport in the world. And, of course, they took care of children’s comfort and leisure. There are more than 20 rooms for mothers and children on the territory of the airport’s three terminals, with changing tables, hot water and other amenities. The airport is very beautiful during various holidays, and various exhibitions are also organized here (for example, in 2015 you could visit the Hobbits’ house).

You can start with the Changi Aviation Gallery.In this multi-sensory gallery, kids can take a closer look at airplanes and learn a lot about the history of aviation and Singapore’s airport. An interactive display with a touchpad will tell you about the airport and aviation in general. A family portrait with palm trees in the background can be done in the Horticulture photo zones. In the Terminal 1 Departures Hall next to the Skytrain to Terminal 3), in the Terminal 2 Departures Hall – directly opposite Starbucks.

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If desired, children can engage in interactive art and play with wooden blocks, popular in Singapore in the 50s and 60s. The Viewing Mall on the third level of Terminal 1 is traditionally popular with children, because here you can watch the taxi planes arriving at the airport and run freely in the open space.


All playgrounds located at the Singapore airport must be air-conditioned.Children from 1 to 12 years old will not be bored here. In Terminal 1, the playground is located on the third level of the West Lounge (Departure Transit Lounge West, Level 3). In Terminal 2 – next to the Family Zone on the second level in the North Lounge. In Terminal 3 – next to the SATS Special Service Lounge on the second level of the Central Lounge.

The Singkids Playsystem in Terminal 1 offers fun attractions for the little ones – slides, swings, ball holes and much more.But the super-slide in Terminal 3 (arrivals hall) is not an attraction for the faint of heart: it is 12 meters high and the speed is 6 meters per second. There is also a slide that is half the size.
Children can also use the X-box Kinect and PlayStation 3 game consoles in the Entertainment Deck area located in the Transit area of ​​Terminal 2.

Butterfly and orchid gardens

Interesting leisure activities await children in the Butterfly Garden (Terminal 3, Transit Zone, level 2), where there are areas for observing them.You can take a walk in the Orchid Garden, which is located in Terminal 2 (Transit Hall in the departure area). The vibrant collection consists of over 700 flowers of 30 different species, grouped by color and shape. Here you can visit the exhibition dedicated to the symbol of Singapore – the Wanda Miss Joaquim orchid. You can also spend time in the Enchanted Garden in Terminal 2 (Transit Hall in the departure area). The central objects of the garden are spectacular glass sculptures in the form of bouquets, inlaid with multi-colored mosaics and decorated with compositions of freshly cut flowers and ferns.

There is a cinema in each of the airport terminals where you can spend a couple of hours watching an interesting movie. The cinema is free for travelers. In addition, Singapore Airport has a great variety of shops for children’s clothing and accessories, toys and books. Relay and Times Travel bookstores offer a wide range of educational books and fairy tales, popular and educational toys.

A new round-the-clock cinema with comfortable seating and modern audio and video systems, which is located near the Entertainment Deck, will help bring the family of moviegoers together.


There are about 160 places where you can eat with children at Changi Airport. Pleasant atmosphere, mouth-watering menu and reasonable prices are offered by family restaurants Astons Specialties and Earle Swensens. You can eat pasta at the Japanese restaurant Pasta de Waraku, order pizza at Pizza Hut, sandwiches at Burger King, McDonald’s and Subway, sweets at Candy Empire or Kingpower Chocolates & Candy. Yoghurt Plus Café serves yoghurt.

Children’s playgrounds (USA)

What distinguishes US playgrounds from other manufacturing countries?

They are really big!

Huge solid beams, free dimensions and many accessories – the best we can offer our children!

Play complexes made of high quality materials and components.
Southern pine, sequoia and, of course, Canadian cedar, whose balsamic aroma is unmistakable!
All components and wood are made in the USA.
Processed with safe and environmentally friendly Prowood Micro preservatives to provide protection against insects and rot.
Darkening and discoloration of the wood is prevented by treatment with the special Micro ShadesTM coating.
The complex is designed and tested to meet or exceed the safety standards ASTM F1148-05 (USA).
No overlapping play areas – this reduces the likelihood of injury.

The wood is rounded and sanded to remove sharp edges. Swing seats made of flexible plastic – your child will not fall or slip out of there. The swing chains are treated with polyurethane, which gives them warmth and softness to the touch, even in the most severe frost! But even this is not important. And the important thing is that this swing will never harm your child’s health, even if he inadvertently comes too close to them when they swing!

We recommend that you draw your attention to the preparation of the territory for the installation of a children’s play complex.This is very important because our children must play safely. A child is a constant movement, a sea of ​​emotions and often falls. Therefore, when preparing a site for installing a playground for children, you need to think about trauma-safe rubber coatings or a lawn-friendly polyurethane carpet.

Play with your children on the playgrounds – in these models you can find a lot of interesting things for yourself!

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90,000 The choice of manufacturers of children’s playgrounds

Trademark Playgarden “

The Playgarden company, having extensive experience in the distribution of foreign children’s playgrounds, has opened its own production of wooden playgrounds in Russia.

The company pays special attention to the quality of wood processing and the safety of structural elements of play structures in accordance with Russian and international standards:

  1. Wooden elements of the platforms are additionally sanded and do not have sharp corners and protrusions.
  2. Fasteners are recessed into the wood, the construction of the platform does not have protruding bolts and nuts with plugs, in places of their possible contact with children.
  3. Wood is treated with water-based antiseptics.
  4. Important elements that carry large dynamic loads: swing beam, handle, etc. have additional reinforcement at the attachment points.
  5. Playgarden playgrounds are equipped with slides that are resistant to vertical and lateral loads, different in shape and color.
  6. Swings made of rubber-plastic on chains in a plastic sheath are attached to the swing beam through a reinforced bearing block and can withstand the loads of an adult.

These structures are designed for children from 3 to 16 years old.The company annually releases new models and modifications of children’s playgrounds.


Woodplay has been producing California mahogany (sequoia) playgrounds since 1975. Woodplay is the American market leader in original play equipment design. All structural elements are tested for safety for children and adults.

Woodplay playgrounds can give your child the most important thing: more outdoor activity, which means more health!

By purchasing a Woodplay playground you are investing in the future of your children.Unlike computer and video games, electronic gadgets, such gaming products will never become outdated and out of fashion, just as a healthy lifestyle does not go out of fashion! Year after year, the children’s playground will give children the joy of movement, awaken their imagination, make them agile and strong.

Woodplay Company – constantly introduces innovative solutions into the construction and design of its sites, receives patents for its developments.

The company’s catalog contains both economy class models of the Childlife series, which are made in China, and models made from the California sequoia in the USA.

All playgrounds can be modified by adding new elements: swing beam, decoy bar, skybox, pipe slide.

Playgarden SkyFort

The Playgarden company has allocated this series of models in a separate direction. Skyfort products are closest to structures for intensive use (public) with corresponding restrictions. These are large playgrounds with two levels for children to play and various slides: straight, wave, spiral, tube slides.

On the first level there is a sandpit and a picnic table – children from two years old can play here, the second level with slides, a penthouse and various play equipment is intended for older children. The design of the Skyfort platforms provides for the possibility of changing the height of the playhouse platform, which allows you to change the platform at your request. You can install two slides of different design and height. It is possible to connect different modifications together and get just a large platform with pipe slides, spiral and straight slides at the same time.Attachments and accessories comply with international and Russian safety standards.

Solowave Design

Children’s playgrounds of the Canadian company Solowave Design is a high-tech, high-quality and safe product.

Solowave Design products are compact and can fit even in a small area. It is one of the leaders in the sales of playgrounds in the US and Canadian markets. They organically combine wood and finishing with plastic elements.The equipment is full of various play elements: children’s kitchen, drawing boards, play panels, benches, steering wheels, binoculars and, of course, high-quality swings.

All playgrounds are fully prepared and completed for installation. They will delight children with a variety of games and educational activities and, of course, excellent design of all complexes. Playgrounds of the Canadian company Solowave Design are designed for children aged two to ten years.


Children’s playgrounds of the American company Rainbow Play Systems – joy of movement, vivid impressions, rich colors.Your children will be happy with this choice, because Rainbow Play Systems products are quality, excellent design, only specially dried cedar and mahogany, safety of all elements.

The design of playgrounds provides for the possibility of expansion, adding new elements to it, such as a penthouse, pipe slides, monkey bar.

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Singapore Airport

Singapore Airport Changi for the fifth time in a row becomes the best airport in the world! It again topped the global airport ranking this year with the prestigious Skytrax World Airport Awards .At the same time, it was once again marked with an additional premium, as the most comfortable in terms of recreation and entertainment for air passengers. And despite receiving prestigious awards every year, Changi continues to work continuously to improve the quality of service. Therefore, today we will tell you more about this wonderful place.

Singapore Airport is the ideal transit location, where every effort is made to comfortably wait for your flight. It is the main air transport hub for the whole of Southeast Asia.Aircraft of 110 airlines connect it with 240 cities in 60 countries, making 6.5 thousand flights a week. The busiest is the route linking Singapore with Jakarta, the capital of neighboring Indonesia.

Singapore Airport consists of three terminals connected by a transit area. Thus, transit passengers can move between them without going through passport control. The terminal levels are connected by escalators and lifts. We will tell you about everything in order.

Terminal 1 was once the first and only airport building to open in 1981.After modernization, it serves 24 million passengers a year. How can you spend time in T1:

  • Shops Duty-free
  • Children’s playground on level 3
  • Playground for children under 12 years old on level 3
  • Prayer room (near Arrival Hall West)
  • Rooms for smoking on levels 2 and 3
  • Business center
  • Internet stations
  • Spa and reflexology
  • Rooftop cactus garden
  • Swimming pool at Ambassador Transit Hotel on level 3.For 13 SGD you can use the pool and jacuzzi including shower, towels and soft drink. For hotel guests, use of the pool is included in the price.
  • 24HR FOOD GALLERY – food core with traditional dishes Singaporean cuisine .

Terminal 2 is a larger terminal opened in 1991. During its construction, a cinema, gardens and an exhibition pavilion were already envisaged. Things to do in T2:

  • Shops Duty-free
  • Children’s playground on level 2
  • Cinema on level 3
  • Multimedia entertainment center on level 3
  • Post office
  • Prayer room on level 2 Rooms
  • for smoking on levels 2 and 3
  • Business center
  • Internet stations
  • TV salon
  • Spa and reflexology
  • Enchanted garden – level 2
  • Orchid garden – level 2
  • Sunflower garden – level 3
  • Mini -hotel Transit Hotel – 3 level

Terminal 3 is an ultra-modern building, opened in 2008, is a “green” environmentally friendly building.In addition to magnificent gardens, it also houses the world’s first “Butterfly Garden”, which is home to more than a thousand bright beauties. The roof on the T3 uses an intelligent lighting system that lets in sunlight, traps tropical heat and creates a comfortable atmosphere for visitors at any time of the day. What entertainments are possible in T3:

  • Stores Duty-free
  • Children’s playground on level 2
  • Children’s art studio
  • The Slide @ T3
  • Cinema on level 3
  • Prayer room, on level 2
  • Smoking rooms on levels 2 and 3
  • Business center
  • Internet stations
  • Television salon
  • Spa and reflexology
  • Butterfly garden – levels 2 and 3
  • Transit Hotel – 3 level
  • 24HR FOOD GALLERY – traditional Singaporean food core , level 3.

* From Terminal 2 to Terminal 3 and back, you can get on the Skytrain – “flying train”.

In the center of the terminals, there are charming gardens with rare varieties of orchids and ponds in which goldfish swim. Each terminal has a great variety of cafes, coffee shops and restaurants. There are also mini-hotels where you can take a shower and sleep. The approximate cost of a 3-hour stay in such a hotel is from 35 SGD, and each subsequent hour – from 10 SGD.Also from the Terminals there is a convenient access to the excellent CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL, which is constantly included in the top ten airport hotels in the world. Free WIFI is available throughout the transit zones (dial # WiFi @ Changi to connect) and free massage chairs for the legs.

Soon Terminal 4 will be at the Singapore airport! Its creators promise in it an innovative, literally space-based service and fantastic, unprecedented beauty.The opening is expected this year, 2017.

Flight arrival board – on the Changi Airport website.

Transfer from Singapore airport

From Changi airport to the city, to most hotels there are special buses – shuttles. Shuttle Bus Service buses leave the airport every 30 minutes (during peak hours – every 15 minutes). The cost of an adult ticket is $ 9, for children under 12 years old – $ 6.

You can also get to the city by metro or taxi.

** Read more on page Transport in Singapore .

Free Singapore Sightseeing Tours for Transit Passengers

If your waiting time takes at least 5 hours, take the free city bus tour and see Singapore attractions, including Singaporean Ethnic Quarters and the magnificent Gardens by the Bay . Condition – registration for the excursion no later than 1 hour before its start.

Tour schedule:

  • 9:00 – 11:00
  • 11:30 – 13:30
  • 14:30 – 16:30
  • 16:00 – 18:00
  • 18:30 – 20: 30 – excursion “Big City Lights”

*** The schedule of excursions can be adjusted due to weather or road conditions.

You need to sign up for the tour with an employee the Free Singapore Tours . The desks are located in Terminal 2 (level 2, near the North Arrival Immigration escalator and the Skytrain station and in Terminal 3 (level 2, near Transfer Lounge B in Transit Mall North. If you arrive at Terminal 1, you will be closer to T2

If for some reason it was not possible to take advantage of the free excursions, then we advise you not to miss the chance, instead of dreary waiting, to have fun on quite affordable sightseeing excursions in Singapore .

**** About the Singapore customs regulations and the transit visa to Singapore , we described on the corresponding pages.

***** You can choose and book the right hotel near Singapore airport or in the city at the best price using this convenient online service:

Playgrounds for children Playnation (USA)

The manufacturer of children’s playgrounds from the USA PlayNation has a steady reputation as one of the best in the world, the official website is very popular and the supplier of playgrounds in Russia tries to match its leader and our customers contribute to it.Each parent will be able to find a playground for their children and grandchildren among the brand’s assortment; there are complexes for the smallest and private yards and the largest wooden playgrounds for public places with a breathtaking set of functions and quality wood. PlayNation playgrounds are a holiday for young children and adolescents, a combination of dark coniferous wood (sequoia, cedar, pine) and top-level green plastic will decorate any courtyard and summer cottage.

Playgrounds from the USA are highly safe, reliable and environmentally friendly:

The corners and edges are rounded and the surfaces are carefully sanded.

Bolts and studs are recessed into the wood, or have protective plugs.

The support beams are made of durable, non-rotting softwood and treated with a green rubber coating for long-lasting durability.


Thanks to the perfect system of ceilings, awnings and roofs, children are protected from sunlight and rain.

The metal parts of the platforms are treated with a protective layer of polyurethane to prevent damage.

PlayNation Play Systems playgrounds are one of the market leaders in the world, but Russian buyers are also very interested in these beautiful, reliable constructions for children.When someone sees the Playnation platform with their own eyes, they no longer have doubts about the choice and all questions about other manufacturers disappear. These are elite, premium sites, the price of which is determined by quality and manufacturing in the USA.

The Playnation Deluxe series are dear and beloved playgrounds for private courtyards, cottage villages and public places. On the section “Our Works” you can see how the Playnation playgrounds, installed by our specialists in the courtyards of our clients, look like.

The complexes, if properly operated, serve on average from 9 to 12 years, so this is a great contribution to the future of your child and his pastime during the holidays in the country.

Playgrounds TN VED codes (2020): 9506999000, 9503003500, 9503009500

Play equipment for a children’s playground series: 9506999000
Playground equipment 9506999000
Toys – construction kits made of plastic, including those with metal elements, including those powered by chemical power sources: playgrounds, play elements for installation on playgrounds, labyrinths, paths and tunnels 9503003500
Large-sized toys intended for children over three years old, not intended for use on children’s playgrounds, including those containing a child, made of plastic, without mechanisms, 9503009500
Large-sized toys for children under three years of age, not intended for use on playgrounds, including those containing a child, made of plastic, including those with elements of textile materials, no 9503009500
Toys – plastic construction kits, including those with metal elements, including those powered by chemical power sources: playgrounds, play elements for installation on playgrounds, labyrinths, paths, etc.

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