Parents who love taking their kids to indoor playgrounds will be happy to know that there’ll soon be another new family hangout.
Kiztopia, marketed as Singapore’s largest edutainment playground in a shopping mall, will be opening its doors on June 15 at Marina Square.
The mall is already home to another popular kids’ playground, Pororo Park. So how does it compare?
Based on information that’s been released to the media, Kiztopia boasts a whopping 18 different play areas, including an indoor driving school, role-play rooms, a ‘ninja warrior’ course and even ‘augmented reality studios’.
And just like many other kids’ playgrounds, there’s also a themed cafe in its expansive 18,000 sq ft space (the size of nearly four NBA basketball courts).
There are also original cartoon characters, 11 of them in fact, to entertain and captivate your kids. There’s a Bear named Bell, a bee named Honey, and a tiger named, well, Tiger.
Entrance fees to the park, targeted at kids aged 12 and below, will range from $28 to $48, depending on the duration of play.
From now until mid-July 2019, Kiztopia will be offering early-bird and grand opening promotions for all single entrance tickets, bulk admission tickets and annual passes. This means one hour of play will cost $22, valid for one child and one adult. The cost of admission for an additional adult will be $8.
For more information, go to https://kiztopia.com/.
Where: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Blvd, #01-09 (main entrance opposite Esplanade).
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A version of this article first appeared in Asiaone.
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