With different playscapes, climbing structures, role-playing set-ups and more, junior will be thrilled by what these indoor playgrounds have to offer.
Even better, many of the playgrounds have little cafés or sitting areas where you can enjoy a cuppa, or even the free Wifi while the little ones play.
For some of the best indoor playgrounds around the island, scroll through our photo gallery for all the details!
Cool De Sac
Where: #02-379 Suntec City Mall, 3 Temasek Boulevard, 6337-0205 Opening hours: 10am to 8pm from Sunday to Thursday; 10am to 9pm on Friday and Saturday What: There’s something for everyone at Cool De Sac! Your little ones will love burning their energy at the padded climbing structure or at the “tree houses”. Smaller ones under age 3 can enjoy the toys at the Tots area, while your little drama queen will love dressing up in costumes “backstage”! Need some quiet time? Junior might even prefer to use various colouring materials to express his creativity at the art-and-craft area. Don’t fret if you have got older kids, or even teens ― Cool De Sac even boasts interactive digital console games that they can busy themselves with. Price: $12.80 (weekdays)/$14.90 (weekends and public holidays) for kids aged 7 to 35 months. $22.80 (weekdays)/$28.70 (weekends and public holidays) for kids aged 3 to 12. Babies 6 months and below enter free. Two adults can enter free with a paid child entry, otherwise, adults pay $5.50. All fees are for unlimited playtime.
Where: #03-08 Great World City, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, 6235-4522 Opening hours: 10am to 9pm from Monday to Thursday, 10am to 9.30pm from Friday to Sunday and on public holidays. What: Amazonia has been around for a long time ― for good reason, too! This popular spot is still a hit with the kiddos, thanks to its huge and inviting climbing structure and a huge blue wavy slide as the centrepiece. The toddler area also has a mini-ball pit, activity boards and a stepping piano, plus, we love that admission for kids under 1 is free, as long as parents spend $10 on food at the bistro. If you’d like to take part in additional activities, you can sign up for Spaceball or Mini Golf, at an extra charge. Price: $22 for kids over 1 and under 3, with complimentary Spaceball or Mini Golf on weekdays, excluding school and public holidays. $33 for kids between 3 and 12 years, with complimentary Spaceball or Mini Golf on weekdays, excluding school and public holidays. Admission is free for babies below 1 (parents have to spend at least $10 on food and beverage). Adults pay $1 each for the first two adults accompanying the child.
Where: 3rd Floor E!hub@Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, 6589-1668, and #04-02 AMK Hub, 53 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, 6582-3326 Opening hours: Noon to 9pm on off-peak days (Monday to Friday), 10am to 10pm on peak days (weekends, public and school holidays, and PSLE Marking days). What: Both eXplorerkid outlets boast exciting play areas, like a lit ball pool, a multi-level play system packed with tunnels and slides, and a play area for toddlers. In addition, the Downtown East playground also has a rockwall for your little rock climber to improve his agility and balance, as well as a challenging rope course for kids over 110cm. We also love the little room with kinetic sand-play stations ― perfect for some sensory fun! Price: Fees start at $9 on off-peak days ($5 for toddlers aged 12 to 36 months) and $20 on peak days ($12 for toddlers aged 12 to 36 months). Play rates are for an unlimited duration, and include admission for one adult. Infants under 12 months enter for free (adult admission rate of $5 applies).
Where: #01-15 Dempsey Hill, Block 8 Dempsey Road, 6474-4176 Opening hours: 9am to 7pm daily What: Your Energizer Bunny will love Go-Go Bambini’s exciting 6m-high playscape, which includes a flying fox, ball pits, tunnels, climbing walls and interactive panels. Younger kids aren’t left out either as there’s a toddler area tucked away from the main playscape, with age-appropriate equipment like kitchen toys and a separate ball pit. This area is closest to a bright and airy café that serves all day breakfast, pizza, pancakes and much more! Price: From $20 for kids aged 2 to 12 and $10 for kids 6 months to 23 months, for unlimited playtime from Monday to Thursday, and 2 hour playtime from Friday to Sunday and public holidays. Babies under 6 months play for free, and 2 adults enter for free with a paying adult.
Where: Safra Toa Payoh, 293 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, 6355-4551, and 333 Boon Lay Way, 6686-4333 Opening hours: 1pm to 7pm from Monday to Thursday, 1pm to 9pm on Friday, 10am to 9pm on weekends and public holidays, and 10am to 7pm on school holidays that fall on weekdays. What: If you have older kids who love challenging climbing structures, they’ll love Kidz Amaze, which has two locations ― at Toa Payoh and Jurong. Both locations boast super-fun play elements including ball pits and slides (the one in Jurong even has one of the highest indoor spiral slides in Asia measuring 18.5 m high), as well as interactive foam ball arenas equipped with foam blasters. There are also infant and toddler play zones where the littlest ones can explore safely on soft padded surfaces while developing their gross motor skills. Kidz Amaze also has a water playground called Splash@Kidz Amaze in Punggol. Read more about it here! Price: From $8 on Monday to Thursday, and $10 on Friday to Sunday, school and public holidays, for kids aged 18 months to 3 years. Prices include admission for one adult, while additional adults pay $2 to enter.
Where: #02-14 The Grandstand, 200 Turf Club Road, 6763-3773 Opening hours: 10.30am to 8.30pm from Monday to Thursday, 10.30am to 9.30pm on Friday, 9.30am to 9.30pm on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. What: Pasarbella at The Grandstand has a new play spot ― Kidzland has a huge soft play area and climbing structure called The Forest featuring your typical indoor playground elements like slides and ball pits (theirs is enormous, though!). There’s also a space filled with large building blocks, ride-on vehicles and activity boards. Don’t miss the Rainbow net, a colourful woven net structure that kids can use as a trampoline, hammock, or to bounce from one end to the other! Parts of Kidzland aren’t included in the admission price ― for instance, you’ll have to pay extra for the Amusement Arcade, the Carousel, kinetic sand and Lego tables, and The Beach, a room filled with sand and sand toys, with vibrant light projections that display interactive images like swimming fish and plants. Price: For entry to The Forest, admission prices are $20 (weekdays) and $22 (weekends and public holidays) for kids aged 3 and above. Kids under 3 years will be charged $16 (weekdays), and $18 (weekends and public holidays). Babies under 12 months enter free, while adults are charged $5 each.
Little Planet Playland
Where: #02-21 The Centrepoint, 176 Orchard Road, 6268-6595 Opening hours: 10am to 7pm from Sunday to Friday, 10am to 8pm on Saturday and public holidays. What: Little Planet Playland is smack in the middle of Orchard Road. Though it’s better suited for the younger kids (under 6), we love the various unique elements it has. Start off at “The Farm” where your cutie can “plant” various fruits and vegetables in the vegetable patch, before harvesting them. Tools like shovels, water cans and wheel barrows are provided to complete the experience! There’s also a pit filled with cassia seeds, where junior can engage in some sensory play. Those who love role-playing will like the kitchen and supermarket areas, as well as a castle-themed area to try on costumes. There’s even a fishing river area, where the little ones can use magnetic rods to “catch” fish. Price: $25 per child (unlimited play on weekdays and 2 hours of play on weekends). Free entry for children under 1, with another paying child.
My Little Giant
Where: #01-12 Big Box, 1 Venture Avenue Opening hours: 11am to 10pm on weekdays, 10am to 10pm on weekends. What: Located just five minutes from Jurong East Interchange, My Little Giant is an indoor playground housed in a “rocket ship” that spans three floors. Your kiddo will love the vibrant coloured slides, trampolines, air blaster guns and massive ball pits. If he prefers a “quieter” activity, he can get his hands busy with some kinetic sand play (separately charged and you won’t be charged for admission). There are also additional activities (separately charged), like riding on a carousel or operating an excavator, which sets this indoor playground apart from the others. Don’t forget to check out ongoing workshops, too, where junior can learn to make rockets and even slime. Price: $10 (kids under 3) and $18 (kids 3 to 16) from Monday to Thursday; $15 (kids under 3) and $25 (kids 3 to 16) from Friday to Sunday and public holidays. Free entry for one adult accompanying a child, additional adult entry costs $4.
Where: #03-09 The Centrepoint, 176 Orchard Road, 6694-2345 Opening hours: 10.30am to 8pm on weekdays, 10.30am to 9pm on weekends. What: Pirate Land, another playground located at Centrepoint, is a huge 743 sq m pirate-themed facility. Besides a large “Lego” building block area, and a supermarket pretend-play area and a simulated sand pit made of little plastic balls, we love the interactive projection drawing screen, similar to what you’d find at the Future World exhibit at ArtScience Museum. Let your peewee create a little drawing of a marine animal, scan it, and it’ll appear on the large digital screen. We bet this will thrill junior! Pirate Land also has a laser-tag play area (charged separately). Price: From $12.50 for kids under 2, and $23.50 for kids aged 2 to 14. Fees are for unlimited playtime on weekdays, and for 3 hours on weekends.
Where: 4 locations, including #02-724 Suntec City Mall, 3 Temasek Boulevard, 6887-4860 Opening hours: Check the website for the opening hours of various locations. What: The Polliwogs has a formula for all its indoor playgrounds that just seems to work. Each playground has a different theme – for instance, the outlet at VivoCity is beach-themed, the one at Suntec City is jungle-themed, and the one at East Point Mall is space-themed. Each playspace includes an impressive climbing structure with interactive elements. But parents will adore the Bistro lounge that serves delicious snacks, plus, free Wifi. The playground at Suntec also has a Laser Fury Maze facility, and the one at East Point Mall offers a unique “design your own gear” system for kids who love DIY crafts and costumes. Or check out Waka Waka, the safari-themed outlet at Annex building @ Furama Riverfront that boasts an obstacle rope course and a bouncy castle! Price: From $12.35 for kids under 2 years and $19 for kids aged 2 to 12 on weekdays, and $14.25 for kids under 2 and $23.75 for kids 2 to 12 on weekends and the eve of and public and school holidays.
Where: #03-31 I12 Katong, 112 East Coast Road, 6444-1520 Opening hours: 10am to 7pm daily What: If your kids are too little for the activities at Kidzania, let them scope out different occupations at The City, instead. Donning uniforms and costumes will transform them into doctors, policemen and many more, while they explore mini-versions of locations like a doctor’s clinic, a post office, a supermarket and a beauty salon. Lots of pretend play is up for grabs here, and parents can join in for a wonderful time of bonding. Price: $18 for kids under 2, $22 for those over 2. Adults and babies under 1 enter free with a paying child. Fees apply to unlimited playtime on weekdays, and for two hours on weekends.