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Since its opening on 15 June 2019, Kiztopia has attracted a ton of buzz and impressive crowds being Singapore’s first mall-based indoor playground. Their flagship outlet - Kiztopia Marina Square, occupies 18,000 square-foot and is the largest indoor playground in Singapore. Kiztopia offers up to 18 play areas, designed to cultivate children’s cognitive, social, emotional and motor skills. The play areas include mega ball pits, slides, role-play rooms, AR games and many more! With such a large assortment of activities, we are sure that your young one will have a spectacular time.
Kiztopia is suitable for children aged 12 years and below.
- Marina Square: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-09, Singapore 039594
- Punggol Town Square: 85 Punggol Central, #01-01, Singapore 828726
- Jurong Point: 1 Jurong West Central 2, #03-18/19, Singapore 648886
Opening hours: Sun - Thurs (10am to 8pm), Fri & Sat (10am to 9pm)
Pricing: Full list of ticket prices (Infants below 1 can enter for free with a paying child)
Tickets are for 1 child and 1 accompanying adult.
- $29.80 for 1 hour / $38.80 for 2 hours / $43.80 for 3 hours (Marina Square)
- $19.80 for 1 hour / $29.80 for 2 hours (Punggol Town Square)
- $19.80 for 1 hour / $29.80 for 2 hours (Jurong Point)
- Keppel Centre for Art Education
(Families for Life, 2022)
Located on the first level of the National Gallery, the Keppel Centre for Art Education is easily accessible to families with young children. Launched on 24 November 2015, this immersive space features various interactive art installations all year round. There are also many hands-on activities located within the studio workshops, allowing children to build on their creativity, imagination and self-expression.
Address: 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
Opening hours: Mon - Sun (10am to 7pm)
3. Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden
(National Parks Board, 2022)
The garden is the first of its kind in Asia, solely dedicated to children. Located within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, the Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden has a wide selection of educational activities and fun playgrounds. Designed for children below the age of 14, it offers plenty of opportunities for children to explore, adventure and play. The garden features eight different trails - Play, Grow, Explore, Learn, Farm, Orchard Stream and Forest (detailed map). With so many different activities, it is certainly a great place for children to engage in outdoor play!
Address: 481 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 259769
Opening hours: Tues - Sun (8am to 7pm)
*except when Monday falls on a designated public holiday
- Far East Organization Children’s Garden
(Gardens by the Bay, n.d.)
Found within Gardens by the Bay, Far East Organization Children’s Garden is another children’s garden on the list. Its lush natural setting is targeted toward children aged 12 and below. The garden consists of different areas for children of all ages. Your little ones can refine their motor skills in a fun and interactive way at the Toddler Play Zone (for children aged 1 to 5). It features various play structures such as a sway bridge, stepping springs, as well as the Fish Fountain. The Toddler Play Zone is a delightful treat for any child who loves splashing in the water! There is also the Toddler Playground, which houses small play structures meant for younger children. Older kids may opt to visit the Rainforest Tree Houses and Water Play (for children aged 6 to 12).
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore 018953
Opening hours: Thurs - Sun & PH (9am to 7pm)
*School Holiday: Tues - Sun (9am to 7pm)
- Bouncy Paradise
(Bouncy Paradise, 2022)
Home to the world’s largest indoor inflatable playground, Bouncy Paradice occupies 20,000 square feet. The mega bounce house is filled with activities for young children, including enormous slides and trampolines, as well as giant ball pits and bouncy castles. Bouncy Paradise also has an exclusive Toddlers Play Zone for children aged 1.5 to 4 years. Closely monitored by staff, the space consists of a toddler-friendly climbing structure, slides and a mini maze! Be prepared for a fun and exciting workout session with your child at this colourful bouncy playground.
Address: 200 Pandan Gardens, Singapore 609336
Opening hours: Sat - Sun (10am to 8pm)
*School Holiday: Mon - Sun (10am to 8pm)
Pricing: $19 per entry (2 hours)
- Pororo Park Singapore
(Pororo Park Singapore, 2018)
Themed after a popular South Korean cartoon, Pororo Park Singapore is the first Pororo Park in Southeast Asia. Suitable for children aged 12 years and below, this playground inside Marina Square is equipped with a wide array of fun-filled activities located at different sections of the theme park. A few play areas include the Hinoki Pit (suitable for children aged 12 months and above), where children can engage in sensory play among the aromatic Hinoki beads and the Pororo Express Train (for children above the age of 18 months), where children can join Pororo and Eddy on a journey around his world. There is also a fully-padded Toddler Area (for children below the age of 3) located right next to Loopy’s Cafe, a perfect space for children to hone their motor skills through movement and interactive play!
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square #02-29, Singapore 039594
Opening hours: Mon - Sun (10:30am to 8pm)
* Weekday sessions are capped at 3 hours, Weekends & PH sessions are capped at 2 hours.
Pricing: Full list of ticket prices
- Baby (below 9 months): $10
- Child (aged 9 months to 12 years): $36 (inclusive of 1 adult)
Bouncy Paradise. (2022). Parties. https://bouncyparadise.com/parties/
Families for Life. (2022). Exploring art at the keppel centre for art education. https://familiesforlife.sg/discover-an-article/Pages/Keppel-Centre-Art-Education.aspx
Gardens by the Bay. (n.d.). Far east organization children’s garden. https://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en/things-to-do/attractions/far-east-organization-childrens-garden.html
Kiztopia. (2022). Play. https://kiztopia.com/play/
National Parks Board. (2022). Jacob Ballas children’s garden. https://www.nparks.gov.sg/gardens-parks-and-nature/parks-and-nature-reserves/jacob-ballas-childrens-garden
Pororo Park Singapore. (2018). Attractions. https://www.pororoparksg.com/attractions.html