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REVAMPED Kiztopia at Marina Square: Bouncy Castles, Banana Boat, Ball Pits & Slides

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Guess what? Kiztopia’s giant flagship indoor playground at Marina Square has reopened after a renovation! From giant bouncy castles to ball pits, a banana boat, slides and more, there’s so much for little ones to do!

Spanning an incredible 18,000 square feet Kiztopia at Marina Square is one of the biggest indoor playgrounds in Singapore with up to 18 play areas for an afternoon of family fun! These play areas feature giant ball pits, trampolines, slides, climbing structures, sensory play and role-play rooms to name a few. But there is also SO much more!

Read more: The Best Indoor Play in Singapore for Babies, Toddlers & Big Kids

Play Areas at Kiztopia Marina Square

From a new exhilarating bouncy castle to a mega ball pit and more, there are plenty of exciting spots for little ones to run around, explore and simply let loose!

Bouncy Castles: NEW to Kiztopia Marina Square

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Image Credit: Kiztopia via Facebook

Kids (and grown-ups!) can get a good workout and bounce their troubles away at the new Drago’s Land bouncy castle with slides, perfectly safe for little ones as well!

Ball Pit with Banana Boat at Kiztopia Marina Square

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“Cosmic Space” is one of the biggest ball pits we’ve ever seen – so big, in fact, that kids can make their way through on a giant mechanical banana boat! This massive ball pit (be careful not to sink under!) sits at the foot of a huge climbing structure and super twisty tube slide (probably a bit too tall and dark for kiddos under 4). Kids can dive into a giant ball pit, race up the playground and slide down new slides. Just be careful not to lose the little tots in a sea of balls!

Wall Tube Game: NEW to Kiztopia Marina Square

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The Mojo Zone in Kiztopia Marina Square has been expanded and includes a fun L-shaped wall tube game, where kids can push balls through a tube and delight in fun musical tunes!

 Virtual Game: NEW to Kiztopia Marina Square

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Say hello to a new projector game where kids can throw balls at the wall for a unique playtime experience. Grown-ups can join in the fun and maybe relieve some stress along the way! These areas are fun for kids, but of course, we’d rather have the kids run wild and free to burn off energy and get away from screens.

Build a Fort at Mark’s Block

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Little builders can unleash their creativity to build a fort (or whatever they’d like!) with these foam blocks and climb up and down a fun, playful structure all made of foam.

Conquer an Obstacle Course at the Ninja Warrior Zone

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Image Credit: Kiztopia via Facebook

One of the most popular hits at Kiztopia is the Ninja Warrior Zone, where kids can jump away at a trampoline or tackle a soft obstacle course to channel their inner ninja warriors! This a fun (and safe) workout that requires climbing, jumping, spinning, and balancing, all essential gross motor skills.

Role Play & Pretend Play at Kiztopia Marina Square

There are four role play and pretend play areas at Kiztopia Marina Square, where kids can let their imaginations run wild as they dress up as their favourite characters or shop at a grocery store or cook up a storm in the kitchen! This area is particularly friendly for toddlers.

Run a Grocery Store at Kiztopia Marina Square

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Image Credit: Cherilyn Gan

Little ones can pretend to be a cashier or push a cute little shopping cart to pick up some groceries! Whether it’s fruits or veggies, there are plenty of soft toddler-friendly produce to pick up.

Play Dress Up at Kiztopia Marina Square

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Kids can dress up as Elsa or Spiderman – there’s even a photo booth where you can capture fun memories!

Bake & Cook Kiztopia Marina Square

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At the Play Pretend Kitchen, kids can cook up a storm or learn how to make some of their favourite desserts. There’s even a TV that plays kid-friendly cooking videos, so even mums and dads can help to prepare a new dessert.

Get ‘Gas’ for Your Tricycle at Kiztopia Marina Square

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Active little ones can hop on a tricycle and race around a small indoor track, complete with pretend bakery shop and a ‘gas station’!

Toddler Play Areas at Kiztopia Marina Square

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Toddlers will also love the “Raby Pit,” a sensory play area where little ones can dig and scoop wooden pebbles (much cleaner than sand!) to their hearts’ content. Right next to it is “Pepe’s Ball” (a smaller ball pit with soft play features) and “Sprite” that houses a miniature slide for tiny tots. Kids can also hop on a choo-choo train that sits right outside the new bouncy castle.

Our favourite part of an afternoon at Kiztopia, Marina Square is the engaging opportunity for parents to bond with the kids. Since Kiztopia at Marina Square basically has it all – from play areas to food – it is also a great venue for hosting fabulous birthday parties for your kids!

Kids’ Programmes at Kiztopia Marina Square

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Image Credit: Kiztopia via Facebook

From time to time, Kiztopia also runs a variety of educational programmes where kids aged 6 to 12 years old can sign up to join Kiztopia on a mission to protect wildlife and learn how to preserve the environment.

All in all, Kiztopia is certainly a fun spot to be for little ones and their grown-ups to burn of energy and stress for an afternoon of fun!

Where to Eat: F&B near Kiztopia Marina Square

There’s a newly opened Kith Cafe next door where grown-ups can enjoy a cuppa and an afternoon snack while the kids burn off their energy at the race track.

 Read More: Kid-friendly Cafes in Singapore

Sassy Mama Tips for Kiztopia Marina Square

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There’s a handy shoe and bag storage area near the entrance, but it’s probably best not to bring too much. Non-slip socks are required for kids to enter, so be sure to bring those along. Also note that some of the play areas have height and age restrictions. The Ninja Zone, for example, prohibits children under 6 years of age who are shorter than 130cm. But don’t worry, there are plenty of toddler-friendly play spaces for your little tots as well.

How to Get to Kiztopia Marina Square

Kiztopia is located on the first floor of Marina Square, on the street side facing Raffles Avenue and across from Raffles Link and the Esplanade (we found it a bit tricky to locate when entering from the Raffles Boulevard side).

How Much are Tickets for Kiztopia Marina Square?

Single-entrance tickets range from $29.80 (1 hour of play) to $45.80 (3 hours). If you plan to come back many times, you can consider an admission pass for 10 visits starting from $248 or an annual pass from $349.20. Prices are the same on weekdays and weekends, and a ticket admits one child and one adult; additional adults are $12 per person. Babies under 12 months enter for free with a paying child and accompanying adult.

Kiztopia Marina Square
Opening Hours: 10am to 8pm (Sun – Thurs) & 10am – 10pm (Fri, Sat & PH)

Kiztopia, Marina Square #01-09 , 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594,

Read more: The Best Indoor Play in Singapore for Babies, Toddlers & Big Kids

Lead image: Image 2 by Kiztopia via Facebook; Images 1, 3, & 4 by Cherilyn Gan

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