Want a little indoor fun? Check out these awesome indoor playgrounds in Singapore for kids of all ages!
There are so many indoor playgrounds in Singapore, that your kids will totally be spoilt for choice! Use our list to choose your preferred play space depending on the age of your child – there’s something for babies and tiny tots all the way up to older kids and even teens! Many of these indoor playgrounds have jungle gyms, interactive play spaces, and soft play areas plus for the bigger kids, obstacle courses, trampolines climbing walls, skating zones and one even has the longest indoor slide in SG! Bonus, some of these indoor playgrounds have cafes or working spots where you can sit and have a drink or get some work done – we have noted these where we can. You’re welcome!
Best Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore
1. SuperPark Singapore
SuperPark prices: Free for infants aged 1 and below; $22.90 for kids below 100 cm; from $30.90 for kids above 100 cm and adults. Grip socks are sold separately for $3.50 a pair
Indoor playground deets: You’re spoilt for choice when you walk into this massive indoor playground for kids at Suntec City. It’s not just for littlies either, as older kids (and even adults) can also enjoy more than 20 sports-centric activities spread out over two levels. Manoeuvre obstacle walls, trampolines, zip wires, slides, playtowers, pedal car racing tracks and more at the Adventure Area, or skate, scoot and try your hand on the gymnastics floor at the Freestyle Hall. Want more? Swing for the stands at the baseball nets, work on your jump shop at street basketball or enjoy some time at the golf range in the Game Arena. But that’s not all you’ll find at this indoor playground in Singapore! Parents with toddlers or preschoolers can bond together at the Kids’ Gym, which has a soft play obstacle course, a small climbing wall and the signature Sliding Mountain. SuperPark also has a new addition to their range of activities – Super AirBag! Tucked away near the trampolines, Super AirBag promises loads of jumping fun for the fam. SuperPark also hosts birthday parties and holiday camps! Click here to find out everything there is to know about SuperPark!
From 1 – 27 May 2022, use promo code SASSYSPS20 to get 20% off weekday tickets to this indoor playground! Promo is not valid for school holidays or public holidays, and is limited to the first 100 redemptions
SuperPark, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore 038983, Tel: (+65) 6239 5360, www.superpark.com.sg
2. Pororo Park Singapore
Pororo Park Singapore prices: $10 (babies below 9 months; ticket price can be offset against merchandise purchase); $36 (kids aged 9 months to 12 years, inclusive of one adult. Adult tickets must be purchased with a baby ticket); $10 (additional adult).
Indoor playground deets: The Pororo Park Singapore indoor playground at Marina Square is all kinds of awesome. The park is packed to the brim with unique attractions and is the perfect play space for kiddos. Dive into the Shark Ball Pool, dig into the Hinoki Pit, Play-pretend at Petty’s supermarket and explore with your friends at Poby’s Play gym; don’t forget to hop onboard their star attraction, the Pororo Express Train, when it pulls into the station! In addition to all the awesome play, kids can also meet Pororo and his friends IRL, as there are special meet-and-greet sessions that allow them to get up close to the lovable penguin. If you’re heading down to this indoor playground on weekends, then the whole fam can sing and dance along to your heart’s content in the Pororo & Friends weekend sing-along shows, too! Wind down afterwards at the cafe, and be sure to pick up cool merch from the toy store near the exit. Oh, and did we mention that Pororo Park Singapore is also a great place to host your child’s birthday party?
Get 15% off regular children’s admission tickets from now until 27 May 2022 when you purchase online. Then, from 1 – 27 May 2022, use promo code SASSYPPS20 to get 20% off weekday tickets. Promo is not valid for school holidays or public holidays. Discounts are not stackable.
Pororo Park, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-29, Singapore 039594, Tel: (+65) 6250 9700, www.pororoparksg.com
3. Plain as Play by The Maker’s Club
Plain as Play price: $25 per hour. Maker Experience Sessions are bookable by the hour up to a maximum of four hours.
Indoor playground deets: Mamas who want to run errands or sneak in a workout/lunch date can drop off their little ones for playtime. At Plain as Play, children aged 18 months to 6 years are cared for and guided through play sessions by Playmakers a.k.a ECDA-qualified preschool educators who will help children truly embrace a playmaker’s growth mindset. The studio is inspired by The Maker Movement and the Reggio Emilia approach whereby children (also known as “minimakers”) are empowered to express themselves through open-ended play. Minimakers can choose to get hands-on with interactive installations (built by the founders!), devise their own creations at the cool tinkering corner, and create their own adventure in small world play – the options are endless! Looking for a space for junior’s birthday party? This play studio also hosts parties, private events and workshops.
Plain as Play by The Maker’s Club, 199A East Coast Road, Level 2, Singapore 428902, Tel: (+65) 8044 3254, www.themakersclub.sg
4. Petite Tayo KidsClub
Petite Tayo KidsClub prices: $10 (babies aged 1 and below; ticket price can be offset against merchandise purchase); $12 (kids aged 6 and below, weekdays); $15 (kids aged 6 and below, weekends and PH); $5 per adult (accompanying adults and for workspace use)
Indoor playground deets: There are more than eight different activity zones based on the popular Korean animation character, Tayo the Little Bus. Have a blast in the music room, zoom around the car track or play shop at the pretend play supermarkets. What’s awesome about Petite Tayo is its cosy working space that caters to working parents – the very first indoor playground in Singapore where work and play co-exist seamlessly! It’s convenient now for you to let the kids play to their heart’s content while you get some work done. Click here to read more about Petite Tayo KidsClub!
Members get 20% off tickets. There’s also a 50% discount for weekday ticket extensions.
Petite Tayo KidsClub, 1 Stadium Place, #01-06/07, Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore 397628, Tel: (+65) 6491 1042, www.petitetayo.com
Amazonia prices: $37 (children aged 3 and above); $27 (toddlers under the age of 3 on the day of the visit)
Indoor playground deets: At Amazonia indoor playground there are climbing structures and slides for little kids and toddlers, plus an ‘Ice World’ theme with a focus on the freezing poles – a nice break from the Singapore heat! Kiddos can bounce on the netted trampolines and try to score hoops, go down a fun wave slide or play in the ‘snow’ ball bit, complete with vacuum ball tubes for added interactive play. There’s a café and soft play playground area for toddlers, conveniently fenced off from the rest of the fun.
6. T-Play Khatib at HometeamNS Khatib
T-Play Khatib at HometeamNS Khatib prices: From $10.
Indoor playground deets: T-Play Khatib at HomeTeamNS Khatib is best for younger kids and is the first Peranakan themed indoor playground in town. It sports spiral slides, kiddie police cars and fire trucks, a foam ball shooting arena and more! We love how Singapore’s rich Peranakan culture is celebrated throughout T-Play Khatib through a mix of audio, visual, and sensory experiences. Click here for more!
7. Tayo Station
Tayo Station prices: $10 (babies below 9 months, ticket price can be offset against merchandise purchase); $26 on weekdays & $30 on weekends (kids aged 9 months to 12 years, inclusive of one adult); $8 (additional adults)
Indoor playground deets: Going beyond play, this indoor playground in Singapore focuses on the personal, social, mental, and physical development of children under the age of 10. Their main goal? To engage kids in purposeful play learning which encourages them to be confident creatively and innovatively. Parents and toddlers are encouraged to bond and create memories at Tayo Station with fun games, plus recreational and entertainment activities galore. The indoor play area is home to engaging attractions such as the three-storey Gani’s Playground, a ball pool equipped with a cliff wall, Hinoki Wood Pit and the star attraction, Tayo’s Road Circuit. Want more fun? Join in the playground’s Drive with Tayo sessions on weekends and public holidays, where Tayo himself makes an appearance and joins kids in a drive around the road circuit together.
From 1 – 27 May 2022, use promo code SASSYTS20 to get 20% off weekday tickets! Promo is not valid for school holidays or public holidays, and is limited to the first 100 redemptions
Tayo Station, E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, Singapore 519599, Tel: (+65) 6239 5360, www.tayostation.com
8. The Rocking Horse Playhouse
The Rocking Horse Playhouse price: Online bookings for two-hour play sessions are $28 (one child and one adult); $18 for every additional child or adult; Walk-ins (one hour of play) $20 (one child and one adult); $10 for every additional child or adult.
Indoor playground deets: The bright, spacious interiors exude a sense of calm, and quality, age-appropriate toys are scattered around the play area, allowing your mini-me plenty of open play with other kids. You’re welcome to sit with your bub and enjoy playtime together, too! It’s also a great way to make a new mum friend or two, as the play space is fitted with comfy sofas and a cosy pantry where you can bond with other mums or caregivers while the kids have a blast. The Rocking Horse Playhouse also offers Mum & Baby classes and playdates that are focused on international languages.
The Rocking Horse Playhouse, www.rocking-horse.online
9. Adventure HQ
Adventure HQ prices: From $32. Click here for detailed ticket prices.
Indoor playground deets: Adventure HQ at HomeTeamNS Khatib is the newest indoor playground in Singapore that’s actually geared for tweens, teens and adults too! Expect themed rock climbing walls, a ninja course, rope climbing structures and most excitingly the longest slide in Singapore! It’s actually open-air (but sheltered) so it gets hot and humid (dress in light sports gear). It’s 2,800 square metres big and four storeys high. Advance booking is required. Click here for all the exciting highlights!
Adventure HQ HometeamNS Khatib, 2 Yishun Walk, Singapore 767944, Tel: (+65) 6705 9423, www.hometeamns.sg/khatib/adventurehq
10. The Artground
The Artground prices: Admission is free, but you must book in advance on the Peatix platform with a $15 refundable deposit. No walk-ins, and no-shows forfeit their deposits.
Indoor playground deets: East Coasters rejoiced when this not-for-profit, accessible art centre and indoor play space for children 12 and under opened at Goodman Arts Centre in 2017. Living up to its motto, A Curious Place to Be, The Artground presents three different interactive exhibitions for kids throughout the year. Besides the free indoor play space, Artground also offers a variety of affordable 30-minute dance, music storytelling, and even gardening programmes – some of these are individually ticketed and can be purchased via the Artground website. Bonus points for also offering some outdoor space.
The Artground, 90 Goodman Road, #01-40, Block J, Singapore 439053, Tel: (+65) 6925 0621, www.artground.com.sg
11. Kidz Amaze
Kids Amaze prices: Kids under 18 months enter free; $8 on weekdays & $10 on weekends for all kids; from $14 for kids who are non-members; $4 dollars for each adult.
Indoor playground deets: We love the two massive SAFRA spots in Toa Payoh and Jurong – among the largest indoor playgrounds in Singapore. Expect climbing structures aplenty, with ball pits, slides and lots of fun for kiddos (up to 13 years old). Psssst! There’s also a first-of-its-kind in Singapore indoor water playground at SAFRA Punggol Club with five slides and a themed splash pad, Splash @ Kidz Amaze is just for kids 18 months to 13 years, and spans an amazing 24,000 sqft. There is no reservation required and unlimited playtime applies for all three Kids Amaze indoor playgrounds.
Kidz Amaze, www.safra.sg
Kiztopia prices: Single-entrance tickets start from $20 (1 hour of play) to $39.80 (2 to 3 extra hours). A ticket includes one child + one adult; additional adults are $12 each.
Indoor playground deets: One of the biggest indoor playgrounds in Singapore, Kiztopia has three outlets. Their flagship Marina Square indoor playground is an 18,000-square-feet play haven with 18 play areas filled with interactive play zones, two-storey high adrenaline-pumping slides, roleplay rooms and more. At the Jurong Point branch, kids can look forward to a space theme and 12 play concepts that include a carousel, slides, mega ball bits, trampoline and more. Hit up Kiztopia at Punggol Town Square for 12 different safari-themed play areas where kids can go nuts with AR interactive games, a sandpit for the young ones, slides, an obstacle course and much more.
13. Bouncy Paradise
Bouncy Paradise prices: $19 (for a two-hour slot) per entry for adults and children over 12 months old. Kids below 12 years old require an accompanying adult. Tickets must be pre-booked online.
Indoor playground deets: This bouncy castle indoor playground is located in one massive 20,000 sqft space (all air-con). It features a huge interconnected bouncy castle platform with 20 rainbow slides, trampolines, ball pits big enough to swim in with unicorn floats, plus obstacle courses, climbing walls, a flying fox and more! Click here to find out more!
Bouncy Paradise, www.bouncyparadise.com
14. Waka Waka
Waka Waka prices: From $20 per entry. Pre-bookings are required for playtime.
Indoor playground deets: This safari-themed indoor playground is ideal for kids 2 and up (Safari-themed birthday parties are obviously a huge hit here). There’s climbing fun, slides and a cafe on site for parents. It’s also got some really cool adventure components geared toward slightly older kids (ages 5 to 12), including an obstacle ropes course. Of course you’ll also find classic faves like the bouncy castle and giant waves slide, along with a lovely little toddler soft play area.
Waka Waka, www.playatwakawaka.com
15. NERF Action Xperience
NERF Action Experience prices: From $39.
Indoor playground deets: Catering to kids aged seven and up, there are multiple-themed activity zones that kids will manouevre with NERF guns in hand. Think zombie exterminations, Capture the Flag games and thrilling obstacle courses. You can use your Singapore Rediscovers vouchers when making a booking.
NERF Action Xperience, www.nerfax.com.sg
16. Hip Kids Club
Hip Kids Club prices: $25 for a one-year membership; $5 for one-time entry
Indoor playground deets: While kids up to 120cm tall are allowed to use this indoor playground, it is particularly suitable for little ones. Complete with climbing frames, balance beams, a circus tent, ride on bikes, a slide, rubber floors and a ball pit, this indoor playground is perfect for toddlers.
Hip Kids Club, www.forumtheshoppingmall.com.sg/hip-kids-club
17. Canopy Park @ Jewel Changi Airport
Canopy Park @ Jewel prices: Standard entrance fee of $5 for citizens / $4.50 for Permanent Residents
Indoor playground deets: Kids love airports, so if you’re scratching your head to come up with a new adventure, why not combine a trip to Jewel? Mama gets to shop, you all get to eat some delicious food and then head to Canopy Park for some indoor play! Suitable for kids aged 18 months to 12 years old, there’s something for everyone, including foggy bowls, a mirror maze, bouncing nets, and giant slides – and it’s a bit of a bargain at $5, with a variety of unlimited play bundle deals currently on offer. Read our full review here.
Canopy Park @ Jewel Changi Airport, www.jewelchangiairport.com/en/attractions/canopy-park.html
18. Joy of Toys
Joy of Toys prices: $18 (toddler play space); $23/$27 (main play space)
Indoor playground deets: A totally unique speciality indoor playground by Clarke Quay, Joy of Toys is fab for babies and toddlers in particular. Instead of your typical giant slides and ball pits, it’s filled with beautiful wooden toys, puzzles and games (which are swapped out on a monthly basis to keep things interesting). The Structured Play sections, better for slightly older kids, feature manipulatives, construction, developmental toys and puzzles, and even brain teasers. Meanwhile, the Open-Ended Play sections include a kitchen, dollhouse, and miniatures – all perfect for letting littlies’ imaginations run wild.
Joy of Toys, www.joyoftoys.com.sg
AIRZONE prices: From $25 per single admission.
Indoor playground deets: Older kids get ready, this one’s for you! AIRZONE is the world’s first indoor suspended net playground – a net of ropes knitted together to turn the mall atrium space between the different floors of City Square Mall into a playground floating in the air! AIRZONE is an elevated playground with different zones – there’s one access (you need to climb up a rope bridge) and one exit (a PVC slide) per floor. AIRZONE isn’t ideal if you’re scared of heights; for this reason, we think it’s best suited for courageous kiddos aged 4+, maybe even 6 years old and onwards.
Kiddles prices: Call to enquire about updated prices
Indoor playground deets: The play area at Kiddles is custom-made, exposing children to various toys and equipment that help enhance their motor skills and keep them engaged. Littlies will adore the trampoline and ball pit, but will also learn from other educational areas like the garage, kitchen and casia seed pit. Kiddles has cool birthday packages.
Kaboodle prices: $15 (under 35 months); $20 (ages 3 to 15); $10 (adults aged 16 and up, includes a drink)
Indoor playground deets: We love this bright, airy East Coast space that’s very much what kids make of it; with giant foam blue building blocks that encourage imagination (and a bit of engineering savvy), it’s almost like a LEGO set come to life. It’s not a huge space and things can get a little crazy so it’s probably best for kids aged 3 and up, although we have seen babies enjoy the blocks as well during quieter periods. There are no rules, just have fun!
22. KidsSTOP @ Science Centre Singapore
KidsSTOP prices: $5 – $10 (child) and $2 – $5 (adult) for SingaporeanS/PRs; $$20 – $23 (child) and $10 – 13 (adult) for general admission
Indoor playground deets: A trip to KidsSTOP at the Science Centre in Jurong is probably one of our all-around favourite kids’ things to do in Singapore. Is it an indoor playground or education? Both – that’s the brilliance! It scores big for kids because there are so many different areas to play in – from uncovering dinosaur fossils in the palaeontology sandpit to doing a bit of karaoke and loads more!
23. PLAY by Kinderplay
PLAY by Kinderplay prices: Call to enquire about updated prices
Indoor playground deets: Perfect for wearing the little ones out before you get on a long flight (especially since we can now travel again!), PLAY by Kinderplay is a Cartoon Network themed indoor playground with a location at Changi Airport. The space isn’t huge, but it gets the job done. And there are plenty of other kid-friendly activities nearby, too!
PLAY by Kinderplay, www.facebook.com/play.sgT3
24. Little Bear’s House
Little Bear’s House prices: $22 per child for two hours on weekdays; $25 on weekends; packages from $208
Indoor playground deets: This family-run indoor playground in Serangoon Gardens is geared toward younger kids (primarily 0-5, though kids up to 8 are welcome to join and have been known to have a great time!), with lots of high-quality wooden toys, puzzles, and a reading corner full of engaging books. There’s also a dedicated toddler area for littlies under 18 months with extra padding and age-appropriate toys. You can tell Little Bear’s House is run by a mama, with plenty of comfy sofas that are perfect for nursing mamas.
Little Bear’s House, www.littlebearshousesg.com
25. Pasir Ris Inclusive Toy Library
Pasir Ris Inclusive Toy Library prices: FREE
Indoor playground deets: This play space is designed to encourage play between children with mainstream abilities and children with learning disabilities such as autism. All toys are donated and free to play with on the premises. There’s a mini ball pit, a play kitchen, building blocks, musical instruments, and much more. The library also includes toys designed for children with special needs – for instance, items with larger buttons and switches for children whose motor skills are less developed. Click here for a list of 17 other inclusive toy libraries near you!
Pasir Ris Elias Community Club, www.facebook.com/eliascc
26. Pirate Land
Pirate Land prices: $12.50 for members & $15.90 for non-members (kids under age 2); $23.50 for members & $28.90 for non-members (kids aged 2 to 14)
Indoor playground deets: Ahoy, ye mateys! Pirate Land is the first pirate-themed indoor playground in Singapore! You’ve got your standard pretend play (supermarket, “Kitchen Square”, toys), along with ever-popular trampolines and a bouncing house. You’ll also find a ball pit, giant slide, LEGOs and a pirate-ship climbing structure, as well as a soft play area for babies and toddlers. But what we’ve heard really sets Pirate Land apart is its laser tag (separately priced), along with a Virtual Reality room for grown-ups! There’s unlimited play on weekdays and three-hour playtime on weekends. Bookings are not necessary but are encouraged.
Pirate Land, www.piratelandsg.com
27. PLAYtopia SG
PAYtopia SG price: Call for updated prices.
Indoor playground deets: Fun play area aside, PLAYtopia is a playground that’s all about fostering creativity in children. It offers plenty of educational programmes – upcoming ones include Silver Spoon Mentoring (idea exchanges with senior citizens), martial arts classes, urban gardening and more.
PLAYtopia SG, www.playtopia.sg
28. The Polliwogs
The Polliwogs prices: From $10. Click here for detailed ticket bundles
Indoor playground deets: This Vivocity indoor playground is a pretty slick operation and hugely popular – there’s now a branch at Clarke Quay Central, too! We’ve found ourselves at this brightly-coloured, brightly-lit soft play more times than we care to remember. Buy a package if you live nearby, you’ll be back! Highlights include a bouncy castle, tonnes of climbing structures, and huge slides.
The Polliwogs, www.thepolliwogs.com
29. SMIGY Playground
SMIGY Playground prices: Call to enquire about updated prices
Indoor playground deets: This fairytale-themed indoor playground has more than eight cool play stations for little ones. Inside, you’ll find a fun trampoline, slides, racing tracks, climbing structures and swings, all set against a pretty pastel background.
SMIGY Playground, www.facebook.com/smigykids
30. T-Play Bukit Batok
T-Play Bukit Batok prices: From $4.
Indoor playground deets: With something for kiddos from six months of age all the way up to 12 years, T-Play at the amazing 4,200-sqft HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok is the most interactive, transportation-themed indoor playground in Singapore. Designed entirely in Sweden, highlights include ball pits, trampolines, a variety of slides and all manner of interactive play centres.
T-Play Bukit Batok, www.hometeamns.sg/tplay/bukitbatok/
31. AMPED Trampoline Park
AMPED Trampoline Park prices: $17 per hour
Indoor playground deets: AMPED is more trampoline park than an indoor playground but it’s a great spot to venture to if your kids are already outgrowing traditional indoor playgrounds in Singapore. Their River Valley is super convenient and it’s very well-organised as you book your time slot online, preventing it from getting too crazy. When you arrive, you pop your socks on (you’ll need special grip socks), collect your coloured bracelet and get ready to jump around! On Wednesdays from 10am to 12pm, there’s a special under 5-year-old session for little bouncers.
AMPED Trampoline Park, www.ampedsingapore.com
32. Future World @ ArtScience Museum
Future World prices: Standard entry from $16 adult/$12 child Single Exhibition Ticket
Indoor playground deets: We know, we know! This is more of an art exhibition than an indoor playground in Singapore, but it is very interactive and kids can play while they are here so we are allowing it! Created in collaboration with the Japanese art and technology collective teamLab, FutureWorld takes up nearly a quarter of the museum’s total gallery space. It feels less like an art exhibit, and more like a hands-on interactive play space, for both kids and adults, with everything from a giant glowing “ball orchestra”, to create-your-own-electronic-hopscotch, to multiple places where you can see your own drawings animated on a big screen.
Future World at ArtScience Museum, www.marinabaysands.com/artsciencemuseum
33. Clip ‘n Climb HomeTeamNS
Clip ‘n Climb prices: From $18. Click here for ticketing details
Indoor playground deets: Another sneaky entry is Clip ‘n Climb and Ground Up climbing. Both are indoor rock climbing centres but we think they are perfect for when you want to entertain your kids indoors but also want them to learn a new skill and do some physical exercise! Plus older kids just love the challenge compared to an indoor playground. Clip ‘n Climb has 19 colourful climbing challenges of varying difficulty. Each eight-metre climbing wall is decked out in different colours and themes with different levels of difficulty so it’s challenging for everyone.
Clip ‘n Climb HomeTeamNS, www.hometeamns.sg/clip-n-climb-hometeamns
34. Buds by Shangri-La
Buds by Shangri-La prices: The indoor play facilities and classes are open to hotel guests and residents.
Indoor playground deets: a playground by the Shangri-La Singapore hotel, this spot offers tons of fun for kids of all ages; think massive ball pit, a bunch of slides, trampolines, a “sand” area (with rice instead of sand – much cleaner!), and a baby and toddler soft play area. Buds also includes activity rooms that offer organised activities kids can pay extra for.
Buds by Shangri-La, www.shangri-la.com/singapore
35. Kidodo Indoor Playground
Kidodo Indoor Playground prices: One-time entry for one hour of playtime starts from $12 (admits one child and one accompanying adult).
Indoor playground deets: Kidodo is a new-ish, tiny play area sporting a spiral slide, sand area, ball pit and a mini-trampoline. There are more small slides on a different level, an obstacle course and an activity wall. Remember to wear socks and book ahead!
Kidodo Indoor Playground, www.kidodo.sg
36. JEM Play (temporarily closed)
JEM Play prices: FREE
Indoor playground deets: This honeycomb-themed indoor playground at Level 5 of JEM lets kids climb across a canopy, crawl through fun nests and hammocks and make their own little nest. There’s even some awesome water play, too, so pack a spare change of clothes if you plan to visit.
JEM Play, www.jem.sg
Permanently Closed Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore:
– Aquarius Cove
– Blue House Infant and Toddler Atelier @ UE Square
– Busy Tables
– The City
– Cool de Sac
– Happy Castle
– Go-Go Bambini
– KidZania Singapore
– Kidzland at the Grandstand
– Little Planet Playland
– The Petite Park
– Sandy Dandy
– Tots Society
Here’s where to go for more kid-friendly fun and play in SG: