Don’t want the weather to ruin your plans but still want to let your little children to run, slide, swing, play and jump around in Singapore? Indoor playgrounds are then your best bet!
With the implementation of safety measures including safe distancing, increased cleaning and sanitisation, many of the indoor playgrounds are operating at reduced capacity and it is best to plan these outings in advance and book online to reserve a spot for your tot!
Best Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore
Located within City Square Mall, Airzone is the world’s first indoor suspended net playground. Children under the ages of 5 will need to be supervised by an adult should they dare to walk around the suspended nets! Obstacle courses, ball pits, and bouncy balls await your brave little ones at this indoor playground.
Airzone adopts rigorous disinfecting and cleaning procedures that are compliant to SG Clean standards. A 50-minute session costs $20 for 1 guest and you can get a small discount if you purchase a Two-to-Play for 2 guests at $35, only for sessions on Mondays – Fridays excluding school holidays and public holidays. Airzone also offers a 4-session and 8-session bundle tickets at a cheaper price. Purchase your tickets online before your visit to ensure you get a slot.
AirZone, City Square Mall, Level 2, 180 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208539, www.airzone.sg
Amazonia is back after a full renovation in 2019, with a fresh new Ice World theme, decorated with polar bears, penguins, and walruses friends for your little ones. The older preschoolers can enjoy the play-gym and slide down the highest wave slide in Singapore while babies and toddlers can crawl and walk around the dedicated play area, swishing the interactive play panels and playing in the ball pit, sliding and swinging in the miniature playground.
With the current safe management measures, Amazonia will welcome children for 4 sessions daily with a 30-minute spray and deep cleanse in-between to ensure children play in a sanitised space. Tickets are priced at $27 for toddlers 3 years and under, and $37 for children 3 years old and above.
Book your tickets online before your visit to avoid the disappointment of being turned away!
Amazonia, Great World City Mall, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-113, Singapore 237994, www.amazoniafun.com
Perfect for the Westies, Bouncy Paradise is a huge 20,000 sqft indoor bouncy castle playground. Parents of the very little ones can rejoice as they have a dedicated toddler play zone for children aged 18 months to 4 years old. There, they’ll find slides, a ball pit, and play with foam blocks under the supervision of parents. Older children will have more choices of a 360 degree rock-climbing wall, pretend to be an acrobat at the balancing beams, bounce away on the bubble bouncers and trampoline zone and challenge themselves at the obstacle course!
In view of the current Covid-19 situation, Bouncy Paradise will be reducing their maximum capacity to 50 pax per session with a maximum play group size of 5 people. Patrons will also need to maintain a safe distance while in the indoor playground. To ensure a high level of sanitisation, masks and socks is compulsory at all times within the playzone and cleaning and disinfection frequency is increased. Though playtime for each child is now shortened to two hours per session (at $19) to accommodate more children, there’ll still be an abundance of space in the mega bouncy castle! Remember to book your tickets before you head down!
Bouncy Paradise, 200 Pandan Gardens, Singapore 609336, http://bouncyparadise.com/
Canopy Park @ Jewel Changi Airport
Since we can’t venture overseas anytime soon, Jewel Changi Airport is the closest we can be to a plane. Yes, we know we can’t board it and jet overseas yet, but hopefully sometime in the near future! Easties can plan a convenient trip to Canopy Park at Jewel Changi Airport where children get to slide down the discovery slides (minimum height requirement of 110cm), walk through the topiary walk, play amongst the foggy bowls and admire the blooms at the petal garden all for just $5 (or $4.50 for Singapore Residents).
There’s also the Canopy Bridge, Hedge Maze and Mirror Maze plus the Manulife Sky Nets for older children that you can explore while you are there (requires separate admission charges)!
Besides, Jewel Changi Airport boasts numerous child and family-friendly restaurants that provides an all-in-one day trip for families!
Canopy Park, Level 5, 78 Airport Boulevard, https://www.jewelchangiairport.com/en/attractions/canopy-park.html
Joy of Toys
Though not exactly a playground with slides and swings per se, the Joy of Toys is a specialty indoor playground that offers a plethora of toys for structured and open-ended play. Children learn through play and since parents can’t possibly buy all the toys in the world for their little ones, it is worth considering heading down to Clarke Quay for this unique experience!
It is also extremely suited for babies and toddlers as it has a whole host of facilities such as a babycare room, diaper bag lockers, and feeding chairs for you to fill the tummies of your little ones during meal times. The toddler play space is also separate from the main play space where they’ll find age-appropriate toys
In line with the safe management measures, the toddler play space area has a maximum capacity of 5 and main play space of 12 children. Only two adults are permitted in the space with every paying child. Unlike the other indoor playground in this list, you can’t book your slots online, but they do have a crowd meter you can check out before you head down!
Tickets is at $18 for toddlers for unlimited playtime during off-peak, and $22 for children in the main play space. On weekends, playtime is restricted to 2 hours, at $18 and $26 for the respective play spaces. Little babies under the age of 9 months will get free entry with a paying sibling!
Joy of Toys, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #03-51 Clarke Quay Central (Yellow Zone), Singapore 059817, http://joyoftoys.com.sg/
Filled with giant blocks (at least to the little ones), Kaboodle is an indoor play space that is suitable for children as young as 6 months! Kids get to build up foam blocks, express their creativity via craft kits, and explore using their five senses via sensory play stations at Katong Square.
Bookings are strongly advised due to the reduced capacity at the indoor space. Tickets start at $15 for children between 6 to 35 months and $20 for children aged 3 to 15 years.
Kaboodle, 88 East Coast Road, #02-05 Katong Square, Singapore 423371, https://www.kaboodle.com.sg/
KidsSTOP @ Science Centre Singapore
Specially for preschoolers and children under the age of 8, KidsSTOP has more than 20 exhibits to introduce Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics concepts to young children through interactive play. With ‘The Big Dream Climber’ that allows little ones to explore the concept of height and develop coordination skills and physical strength and the ‘Giant J’ slide that enables children to experience free fall in a safe environment, there will be something for every one that KidsSTOP. Infants and toddlers can have fun at the ‘Small World’ where they will be immersed in colourful spaces and learn about different textures.
To thoroughly disinfect the place and maintain high levels of hygiene, KidsSTOP will be closed between 1pm – 2pm daily. Some of the exhibits and all shows are still unavailable at the moment as the Science Centre seeks to ensure a safe experience for the little ones. Between 8 – 11 October 2020, KidsSTOP will be holding a STEAM Festival for Young Learners and you have to book your tickets online for entry. The On-Site Child Voyager Passport costs $28 and accompanying adults will have to pay $5 to enter. Regular tickets to KidsSTOP costs $23 while the adult ticket costs $13.
KidsSTOP, Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081, https://www.science.edu.sg/visit-us/kidsstop/about-kidsstop?utm_source=sunnycitykids.com
Located within Marina Square, this 18,000 sqft indoor playground has 18 different play areas! Besides the usual playground facilities like slides, there are also climbing structures, ball pits, and trampolines. Children also get to pretend play at the grocery store with their parents!
Currently, Kiztopia operates 3 play slots daily, with an interval between each session to thoroughly clean the park for kids of the next session. Previously you can get a 1-hour play ticket at $28 but these tickets have been suspended temporarily due to the Covid-19 situation. Instead, single admission for one child and a free accompanying adult costs $38 for 3 hours of fun! There are also annual passes and bundle tickets you can consider if your child loves the place. Customers are advised to book their preferred session online before even purchasing their tickets on the website!
Kiztopia, #01-09 Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594, https://kiztopia.com/
Kids who love the Pororo Penguin would love being here at the Pororo-themed indoor playground. The highlights of this indoor play space is the Hinoki wood sensory pit where children get to pile up trucks and transfer the scented Hinoki wood from one container to another, practising their motor skills all at the same time! They can also pretend play at Petty Supermarket and Pororo House, jump into the ball pool, ride the Pororo Express Train, and work a sweat at Poby’s Jungle Gym. For babies and toddlers they get to play within a fully-padded toddler zone with age-appropriate toys and smaller slides.
Like all the other indoor playgrounds, Pororo Park has reduced its capacity to 74 max per session. Each play zone also has a maximum capacity to ensure safe distancing. There are 3 play sessions on weekdays and 4 on weekends where the time in-between sessions are for disinfecting and cleaning the space. Advance booking is recommended!
Entrance for babies under the age of 1 is free with a paying adult ($6), entrance for toddlers (1 to 2 years old) cost $24.50 and entrance for children (2 to 12 years old) costs $29.90. Each play session lasts for 2 hours.
Pororo Park, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square #02-29, Singapore 039594, www.pororoparksg.com
Missing the cool winter weather overseas? The closest you can get to escape the hot and humid Singapore climate is to head to Snow City. Be transported to the Arctic Circle and put on the complimentary winter jackets and boots! Don’t forget to bring your own gloves and waterproof pants or rent it at the ticketing counter before you head inside. While in Snow City, kids get to play with snow and slide down the ice bumper car (only for children 0.9m and above).
In these unprecedented times, masks must be worn at all times and entry is restricted to only 50 people at the premises. Although they do not have an online booking system for their different time-slots, you can book your tickets online.
Snow City is only suited for children aged 3 and up. Tickets for a 1-hour snow play session costs $8.40 for Singaporean / PR children 3 to 12 years old and $10.50 for Singaporean / PR adults.
Snow City, Snow City Building, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433, http://www.snowcity.com.sg/
With two branches at Vivocity and Suntec City, The Polliwogs promises a fun indoor playground experience! From ball pits to wave slides, there’s so much to do at this indoor arena. Toddlers also have a dedicated playzone away from the older kids to ensure their safety! It is an all-in-one space as children can unwind at the Polliwogs Bistro after sweating it out!
Currently, each ticket allows entry for two hours as cleaning and sanitising is done after every play session. Masks and anti-slip socks will have to be worn at all times at The Polliwog. Weekday tickets start at $15 for toddlers below age 3, and $23 for kids aged 3 to 12 years old. Weekend tickets are slightly pricier at $17 and $28 respectively. There is also a charge for accompanying adults.
The Polliwogs Vivo City, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #03-12 Vivo City, Singapore 098585 / The Polliwogs Suntec City, Suntec City, 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-724 to 727, Tower 4, Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983, www.thepolliwogs.com
Suitable for kids 18 months and up, the massive 10,000 sqft Tayo Station is a haven for little children! With sensorial sand play rooms, a ball pit, playground and a dedicated toddler play room, children get to delight their senses in this indoor playground. The Tayo’s Road Circuit especially, suited for preschoolers, allow them to pretend play as they head to the Pump Kiosk to pump their vehicles just like their daddies and mummies and repair and wash their cars at the Garage and Wash n’ Go. Besides just zipping around the track, they also get to learn various road signs, safety rules, and taking turns.
With the Coronavirus situation, the space has a limited capacity of 54 pax per session and a maximum group size of 5. Each play zone will also have a maximum capacity to ensure safe distancing. There are 3 play sessions on weekdays and 4 on weekends where the time in-between sessions are for disinfecting and cleaning the space. Advance booking is recommended!
Entrance for babies under the age of 1 is free with a paying adult ($6), toddlers’ (1 to 2 years old) tickets cost $16 on weekdays, and $20 on weekends and children’s (2 to 12 years old) tickets costs $24 on weekdays and $28 on weekends. Each play session lasts for 2 hours.
Tayo Station, E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, Singapore 519599, www.tayostation.com
Waka Waka is a safari-themed indoor playground, perfect for children 2 and above who love animals! Toddlers get their own soft-play area while older kids can delight themselves with the bouncy castle and giant waves slide!
Again, online booking is recommended before your visit. Entrance tickets is at $18 per child on weekdays (with 2 accompanying adults) and $23 per child on weekends (with 1 accompanying adult) for a 2 hour play session. For a full day out, families can also get the Family Deal @ $48 which includes an ala-carte buffet at Furama RiverFront!
Waka Waka , Annex @ Furama, 407 Havelock Road, #05-01, Singapore 169634, www.playatwakawaka.com
With so many indoor playgrounds suitable for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers, there’s nothing short to do even when you have to stay in Singapore!
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