7 fun indoor playgrounds in Singapore to check out

June 23, 2017
  • Amazonia
    1 / 8 Amazonia

    What: A fully integrated family entertainment centre where kids and their family can play and eat in a 9500 square feet facility. From jungle play gyms to 3D glow golf and even toddler play areas, there’s fun to be had for all.

    Prices: $17 to $33 (depends on membership)

    Where: Great World City Mall, #03-08, Kim Seng Promenade, Singapore 237994, +65 6235-4522, http://www.amazoniafun.com/

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  • The City
    2 / 8 The City

    What: An interactive learning playground that encourages role and pretend play featuring realistic environments and scenarios for kids to develop motor skills and have fun at the same time.

    Prices: $18 to $22

    Where: Liang Court, #03-04A, 177 River Valley Road, Singapore 179030, +65 6250-6570, www.thecity.com.sg

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  • Power Kids Gym
    3 / 8 Power Kids Gym

    What: Previously known as JWT Kids Gym, Power Gym Kids offers a wide range of programmes for babies, toddlers and school children up to 10 years of age. Kids are guaranteed fun and laughter as they tumble about and play in the spatial environment.

    Prices: $12 an hour

    Where: 81 Clemenceau Avenue, UE Square, #02-02, Singapore 239917, +65 6333-8511, www.powerkidsgym.com

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  • Kaboodle Kids
    4 / 8 Kaboodle Kids

    What: Based off David Rockwell’s popular “Imagination Playground”, Kaboodle Kids encourages play with giant foam blocks to develop cognitive and social skills.

    Prices:
    $15 to $25

    Where:
    902 East Coast Parkway, Block B, #02-05B, Singapore 449874, +65 6247-7020, www.kaboodlekids.com.sg

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  • Explorer Kid
    5 / 8 Explorer Kid

    What: The largest indoor playground in Singapore, Explorer Kid features fun and challenging play stations for kids to develop motor skills. The centre aims to encourage learning through exploration.

    Prices: $9 to $30

    Where: E!Hub @ Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, 3rd floor, Singapore 519599, +65 6589-1668, www.explorerkid.com

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  • Polliwogs
    6 / 8 Polliwogs

    What: Kids get heaps of fun playing at Polliwogs, located at Vivocity. There is a dedicated toddlers only area and a mini rock climbing wall for kids to play and explore. There is also a cafe for parents to wait at.

    Price: $13 to $25

    Where: Vivocity, 1 Harbourfront Walk, #03-12, +65 6376 8097, www.thepolliwogs.com

    Related: Best mall playgrounds in Singapore: Vivo City

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  • KidzAmaze
    7 / 8 KidzAmaze

    What: A specially designed play arena for kids to engage children from 18 months to 18 years of age! There’s even an indoor water playground.

    Prices: $2 to $40

    Where: Safra Toa Payoh, Lorong 6, Singapore 319397, +65 6377-9889, www.safra.sg

    Related: 5 kid-friendly places to do rock climbing in Singapore

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  • Paragon
    8 / 8 Paragon

    Where: Paragon Junior’s free indoor playground is configured to optimise the development of kids between ages two and six. Tykes can also choose from five kiddie rides featuring popular characters like Peppa Pig.

    Prices: Free

    Where: 290 Orchard Road

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    This story first appeared in The Singapore Women’s Weekly. The go-to, trusted magazine for the latest news and information in areas that matter most to the professional working woman, The Singapore Women’s Weekly is now available in both print and digital formats.
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