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5 Things to do and Places to go with Kids this weekend in Singapore!


Weekly Recommended Family Events and Activities in Singapore

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Last Update: 22nd Jul - 28th Jul 2019 

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1. Have a Jolly Jamboree with Your Little Tots at the AIA Family Fest! 
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Have a Jolly Jamboree with Your Little Tots at the AIA Family Fest! [Registration Now for Your AIA Family Fest goodie bag]

Location: The Promontory @ Marina Bay 
Date:
 10 Aug – 11 Aug 2019 
Hour:
 10 am – 10 pm 
Admission:
 Free

The AIA Family Fest features a buffet of exciting activities and games spanning across the past, present and the future! From giant nostalgic games like hopscotch and country flag eraser battles, old school arcade games (think Pac-Man) and bouncy castles to Virtual Reality games and Spartan Kids Obstacle Challenge, there’s just to keep you and your little ones busy! 

You can also expect movie marathon, soccer clinics, kids-friendly workshops, and upcycling activities.

For more information, click here.

Photo credits AIA Group

2. Join in the Merrymaking at the Eurasian Festival!

Join in the Merrymaking at the Eurasian Festival!

Location: Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk Singapore 528523
Date:
 27 Jul 2019 
Hour:
 2 pm – 6 pm 
Admission:
 Free

The Eurasian Festival 2019 celebrates the progress of the Eurasian Association over the past century as well as the contributions of Eurasians in building our nation. Join in the celebration with your little ones and enjoy live performances, traditional kampong games, and yummy Eurasian food!

You can also learn more about pioneer Eurasians who played a pivotal role in Singapore’s growth and Eurasians who continue to contribute to our community in present day through the cultural exhibition.

For more information, click here.

Photo credits The Eurasian Association

3. Travel Through Time at the PAssionArts Village Festival - Carousel of Time!

Travel Through Time at the PAssionArts Village Festival - Carousel of Time!

Location: Jurong Lakeside Garden 
Date:
 28 Jul 2019 
Hour:
 4 pm – 9 pm 
Admission:
 Free

PAssionArts Village Festival – Carousel of Time is an arts and music festival filled with engrossing activities such as performances, visual arts showcases and workshops.

If you ever wanted to know what it feels like to time travel, you can find out at the festival. The Carousel of Time will bring you on a narrative journey across the past to the future. Other program highlights include Sing and tap along session, art installations, Soap making workshop and more.  

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Taman Jurong Kakis

4. Get Artsy at the Pasir Ris Beach Arts Festival!

Get Artsy at the Pasir Ris Beach Arts Festival!

Location: Pasir Ris Park Area 3, 125 Elias Road, Singapore 519926 
Date:
 27 Jul 2019
Hour:
 5 pm – 9 pm  
Admission:
 Free (register here)

The Pasir Ris Beach Arts Festival is lined-up with art engagement activities with local artists, self-directed art installations to light your fire of creativity, and parent-child art workshops. Additionally, there are also several photo-taking points where you can get charming shots to liven up your insta-stories!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Pasir Ris Elias Community Club

5. Revel in the Family-friendly Festivities at the Nee Soon FUNtARTstic Fiesta 3Ten Run 2019!

Revel in the Family-friendly Festivities at the Nee Soon FUNtARTstic Fiesta 3Ten Run 2019!

Location: Open Field @ Block 504B Yishun Street 51
Date:
 27 Jul 2019 
Hour:
 5.30 pm – 10.00 pm 
Admission:
 $3

The Nee Soon FUNtARTstic Fiesta 3Ten Run is back again this year and it’s packed with a variety of exciting programs!

Mass Music Jamming, Rubbish Prince Performance and Local Folktales Storytelling will keep you entertained, while the Sand Art Light Box Show and the Garden of Hearts & Enchanted Forest Art Installation will awe you. If you feel inspired to create your own masterpiece, there are also craft activities and Family Art Jamming session for you to unleash your creativity at.

And if you want to get some exercise done, you can participate in the Mass Zumba Fitness session and Trampoline Try-out. The little ones might be more interested in the carnival games, bouncy castles and claw machine.

Not only do you get to enjoy a fun-filled day, you can also get your tummy-filled with yummy treats such as popcorn, bun, candy floss and ice-cream, which are inclusive in your ticket!

RELATED: Nee Soon FUNtARTstic Fiesta 3Ten Run 2019 – An Artsy Carnival for the Family!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Chong Pang Community Sports Club

ONGOING

1. Get Ready for Rainforest Lumina Season 2 at The Singapore Zoo!

Get Ready for Rainforest Lumina Season 2 at The Singapore Zoo!

Location: Singapore Zoo, 80 Mandai Lake Rd, Singapore 729826
Date:
 14 Jun 2019 
Hour:
 7.30 pm – 12.00 am (last entry: 10.30 pm)

Admission:

  • General Rate
    Adult: $18
    Child: $14
    Student/Senior Citizen (60 yrs and above): $14

  • Top-up Rate (with any day park admission)
    Adult: $10
    Child: $10

Set in the backdrop of a tropical rainforest, Rainforest Lumina is a multisensory night trail featuring a mixture of audio, visual and light projections.

Get Ready for Rainforest Lumina Season 2 at The Singapore Zoo!

The Luminous Pathway, Sing Like an Animal, where you’ll be able to use your voice to regenerate the rainforest, Shimmering Islands, a garden of luminous orchirds pulsating to cultural music, and Water, where you’ll be able to catch Bob the otter’s dazzling aquatic orchestra of light, are just a few of the multisensory zones you’ll come across.

Get Ready for Rainforest Lumina Season 2 at The Singapore Zoo!

If you missed last year’s edition, this is your chance to experience the magic of the rainforest at night for yourself!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Wildlife Reserves Singapore

2. Drop Down the Rabbit Hole for a Wonderful Adventure in Wonderland with Alice!

Drop Down the Rabbit Hole for a Wonderful Adventure in Wonderland with Alice!

Image credits to Phoebe Powell via Marina Bay Sands

Location: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
Date:
 13 Apr – 22 Sept 2019 
Hour:
 10 am – 7 pm (last admission: 6 pm)

Admission:

  • Local Rate
    • Adult: $15
    • Senior (65 & above) / Student / Person with Disabilities / Child (2 – 12 yrs): $11

  • Standard Rate
    • Adult: $18
    • Senior (65 & above) / Student / Person with Disabilities / Child (2 – 12 yrs): $13

We may not be able to hop down a magically crafted wonderland but we can at least wander through the whimsical land at the technologically crafted Wonderland, an immersive exhibit at ArtScience Museum.

The exhibit splendidly brings together hundreds of artefacts from behind the scenes of Alice in Wonderland, such as the first edition books, drawings and original costumes, together with an array of stunning audiovisual artworks, allowing you to journey through all of Alice;s fascinating adventures over the years!

What’s more, you can pick a character—the White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat, the Queen or the Mad Hatter—and go on a wondrous adventure yourself!

3. Witness Singapore’s Evolution at The Bicentennial Experience!

Witness Singapore’s Evolution at The Bicentennial Experience!

Location: Fort Canning Centre, 5 Cox Terrace, Singapore 179620
Date:
 1 Jun – 15 Sept 2019 
Hour:
 Various timing 
Admission:
 FREE

The Bicentennial Experience, comprising of two parts—Time Traveller and Pathfinder—is a retelling of Singapore’s story, a story that goes back to not just 200 but 700 years.  

Witness Singapore’s Evolution at The Bicentennial Experience!

Time Traveller is an hour long cinematic experience that will begin in 1299, highlighting Singapore’s major milestones through the centuries to present day. From the rule of Sang Nila Utama to the arrival of British followed by the Japanese occupation. Be prepared to be left awe-struck at the end of this multi-sensory program.

Witness Singapore’s Evolution at The Bicentennial Experience!

Pathfinder on the other hand, is a series of pavilions that you’re free to tour at your own leisure. An installation made of mirrors, an open-air library, and an Observatory showcasing historical events around the world and how they coincide with our history, are just some of the pavilions you could explore with your little ones.   

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Singapore Bicentennial Office

4. Bring Your Little Ones on a Thrilling DinoQuest!

Bring Your Little Ones on a Thrilling DinoQuest!

Location: Science Centre Singapore, The Annexe, 
Date:
 1 Jun – 31 Aug 2019 
Hour:
 10 am – 6 pm (duration: 1.5 hrs)

Admission:

  • Adult: $18
  • Child: $15
  • Family: $52

With Science Centre Singapore’s DinoQuest, brought to you by a combination of various media, such as holographic mapping and augmented reality, you’ll be transported way back to when dinosaurs roamed the earth!

Embark on an almost-life-like expedition and discover more about palaeontology through the various immersive thematic zones. Check out the most updated reconstruction of Timimus, a tyrannosauroid discovered at Dinosaur Cove and even get to excavate your very own dinosaur fossil!

Here’s More on What to ExpectDinoQuest | Your Closest Experience with Dinosaurs @ Science Centre Singapore

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Science Centre Singapore

5. Paint Lanterns for the Mid-Autumn Festival with Your Tots!

Paint Lanterns for the Mid-Autumn Festival with Your Tots!

  • SCAPE
    • Fish Lantern Display: 24 Jun – 30 Jun 2019
    • Lantern Painting: 29 Jun & 30 Jun 2019: 12 pm – 5 pm

  • Orchard Road
    • Fish Lantern Display: 5 Jul – 7 Jul 2019
    • Lantern Painting: 5 Jul – 7 Jul 2019: 5 pm – 10 pm

  • Kinex
    • Fish Lantern Display: 11 Jul – 17 Jul 2019
    • Lantern Painting: 13 Jul & 14 Jul 2019: 12 pm – 5 pm

  • JCube
    • Fish Lantern Display: 22 Jul – 28 Jul 2019
    • Lantern Painting: 27 Jul & 28 Jul 2019: 12 pm – 5 pm

Mid-Autumns Festival at Gardens by the Bay is a breath-taking affair, with its remarkable display of lanterns depicting stories of traditions and heritage. You can be a part of the festival by painting your own paper lanterns which will be displayed as part of the Colonnade of Lights during the festival!

Not only that you can also catch the colorful Fish Lantern Display, which symbolizes good luck, harmony and cheer, featuring fishes painted by the YMCA beneficiaries.

Please take note of the location, date and time, mentioned above, to be a part of the Mid-Autumn Festival before it begins!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Gardens by the Bay

6. Feast Your Taste Buds at The Sentosa GrillFest!  

Feast Your Taste Buds at The Sentosa GrillFest!

Location: Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Date:
 19 Jul – 12 Aug 2019 (Every Fri – Sun)
Hour:
 4 pm – 11 pm 
Admission:
 Free (island entry fees apply)

Feast Your Taste Buds at The Sentosa GrillFest!

1 km stretch of mouth-watering offerings to indulge in, soft sand under your feet, and roaming performances to keep you entertained, Sentosa GrillFest is back again this year and we hear it’s bigger than before!

Feast Your Taste Buds at The Sentosa GrillFest!

This year will see not only the largest number of participating establishments, 27 food and beverage establishment, but also for the first time, among them, six stalls will be set up on the beach! On top of that you can also chill out with a movie at 8 pm each day of Sentosa GrillFest.

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Sentosa

7. Experience Magic at The Harry Potter Book Night!

Experience Magic at The Harry Potter Book Night!

Location: Various locations
Date:
 9 Jul – 31 Jul 2019 
Hour:
 Various timing 
Admission:
 Free
Suitable Ages: 7 – 9 yrs

If you have little ones who love Harry Potter, this one is for you. Libraries around Singapore will be hosting a special Harry Potter inspired storytelling session along with some fun activities in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Prisoner Azkaban. Get in the wizarding world spirit by attending dressed as your favorite Harry Potter character!

  • Jurong West Public Library – Storytelling Corner
    9 Jul 2019: 7.30 pm – 8.00 pm

  • library@harbourfront – Stories Come Alive
    12 Jul 2019: 5.30 pm – 6.00 pm

  • Bukit Panjang Public Library – Stories Come Alive
    12 Jul 2019: 11.00 am – 11.30 am

  • Toa Payoh Public Library – Activity Zone
    13 Jul 2019: 11.00 am – 11.30 am

  • Woodlands Public Library – Everest Room
    19 Jul 2019: 7.30 pm – 8.00 pm

  • Queenstown Public Library
    24 Jul 2019: 7.30 pm – 8.00 pm

  • Bishan Public Library – Activity Room
    31 Jul 2019: 3.30 pm – 4.00 pm

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Public Libraries Singapore

8. Visit IKEA Restaurants to Enjoy Special Offers!

Visit IKEA Restaurants to Enjoy Special Offers!

Location: IKEA Alexandra | IKEA Tampines
Date:
 18 Jul – 28 Jul 2019

Hour:

  • See: 9.00 am – 10.30 am
  • Lunch: 10.30 am – 3.00 pm
  • FIKA: 3 pm – 5 pm
  • Dinner: 5 pm onwards

Admission: Free (food charges applicable)

Swing by IKEA stores with your little ones from 18 Jul to 28 Jul 2019 to check out their IKEA Family special offers, featuring mouth-watering deals such as free food! With offers like Free salmon croissant, Free carrot cake, and Western breakfast at just $0.90, we think it’s alright to make a visit to IKEA stores just for the food!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits IKEA

9. Treat Yourselves to a Smorgasbord of Flavors at The Great Indian Food Fest!

Treat Yourselves to a Smorgasbord of Flavors at The Great Indian Food Fest!

Location: Campbell Lane
Date:
 19 Jul – 28 Jul 2019 
Hour:
 10 am – 10 pm 
Admission:
 Free (charges for food applies)

Get a $10 cash voucher at just $9.50 from Klook, here

Treat Yourselves to a Smorgasbord of Flavors at The Great Indian Food Fest!

The Great Indian Food Fest is bringing back street food carts! From sweet delights and vegan munchies to spicy nosh, you’ll get to indulge in a symphony of flavors!

Treat Yourselves to a Smorgasbord of Flavors at The Great Indian Food Fest!

Aside from revelling in the nostalgic 1960s feels, feasting on an array of street fares (kacang putih anyone?), you can also enjoy a line-up of entertaining roving acts and cultural performances as well as movie screening.

Treat Yourselves to a Smorgasbord of Flavors at The Great Indian Food Fest!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits The Great Indian Food Fest

10. Experience Authentic Hokkien Flavors at The Fifty Cents Fest!

Experience Authentic Hokkien Flavors at The Fifty Cents Fest!

Location: Chinatown Food Street, Smith Street, Chinatown 
Date:
 27 Jul – 28 Jul 2019 
Hour:
 11 am – 11 pm 
Admission:
 Free (enjoy exclusive 50% selected dishes with Klook vouchers) 

The Fifty Cents is back for its fourth edition!

Experience Authentic Hokkien Flavors at The Fifty Cents Fest!

This year, the festival will be serving up mouth-watering traditional Hokkien dishes, from noodles and rice, to soups and snacks. Fried Black Hokkien Mee, Ngoh Hiang (Fried Five Spiced Pork Roll), Jee Ba Wan (Fried Meatballs), and Kan Chia Mee (Rickshaw Noodles), are just some of the dishes offered at the festival.

Experience Authentic Hokkien Flavors at The Fifty Cents Fest!

Alongside the assortment of savouries and sweets, there will also be old-school games, enchanting getai and opera performances to keep you and your little ones entertained.

RELATED: The Fifty Cents Food Fest – Eat, Play, Have Fun & Cash Some Rewards

For more information, click here.

Photo credits The Fifty Cents Fest

UPCOMING

1. Enter a Whimsical Reading Space at Read! Fest! 

Enter a Whimsical Reading Space at Read! Fest!

Location: Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Road, Singapore 238839 
Date:
 27 Jul 2019 
Hour:
 11 am – 8 pm 
Admission:
 Free

Read! Fest will be transforming Plaza Singapura into a whimsical reading space, filled with exciting games, roving book mascots and literary performances. You can expect storytelling sessions and genre-specific activity booths where you can take on literary challenges. There will also be a performance of the fairytale, Pied Piper of Hamelin, around the mall.

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Public Libraries Singapore

2. Have a Jolly Jamboree with Your Little Ones with SpongeBob PartyPants!

Have a Jolly Jamboree with Your Little Ones with SpongeBob PartyPants!

Location: Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523

Date:

  • Singtel subscribers only: 27 Jul 2019
  • Open to all: 28 Jul 2019

Hour: 11 am – 7 pm 
Admission:
 Free

Gather your little ones, it’s SpongeBob’s 20th birthday party celebration this weekend and it’s chock-full of fun activities! Expect party game stations featuring large iconic landmarks from the popular show, such as SpongeBob’s Pineapple House, Plankton’s Chum Bucket and Sandy’s Treedom. You can dance off with SpongeBob, join in the first-ever Bubble Party, compete in a jellyfishing race, or hop around Goo Lagoon, among other things!

There will also be a movie screening of The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water at 7.30 pm at Our Tampines Hub’s Event Plaza.

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Nickelodeon

PERMANENT

1. Step into the Updated Future World: Where Art Meets Science at the ArtScience Museum!

Step into the Future World: Where Art Meets Science at the ArtScience Museum!

Location: ArtScience Museum, 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
Date:
 Daily
Hour:
 10 am | 11.30 am | 1 pm | 2.30 pm | 4 pm | 5.30 pm (last entry)

Admission:

Local

  • Adult: $15
  • Child/Senior Citizen: $11

Standard

  • Adult: $18
  • Child/Senior Citizen: $13

The union of innovation and creativity brings you an extraordinary immersive experience at the newly refreshed Future World exhibition!

Wonder through the mesmeric Crystal Universe and explore Transcending Boundaries, a collection of six new artworks that inspires us to connect and interact with nature. 

Forget about standing under a real waterfall to experience the marvel of nature, the cascading waterfall brought to live with digital technology will evoke the same sentiments when you stand before it.

Collaborate with your little ones to produce a musical hit with Sketch Piston – Playing Music, an artwork that produces a variety of sounds every time you doodle something different on its screen.

Little ones are sure to find immense delight in bringing their colourings of animals and people to live at Sketch People and Animals, one of the new editions at the Park gallery.

What a Loving, and Beautiful World, where touching Chinese characters reshapes them into elements such as wind, rain and trees, is Park gallery’s other new edition.

In addition to the new digital artworks, the refresh has also introduced a new gallery—Sanctuary. Promising all who visit a moment of repose, Sanctuary will frequently renew its artwork. Currently, the gallery features an artwork portraying the different stages of cherry blossoms, symbolizing the transient life of both human and nature.

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Marina Bay Sands

2. Drop by Gateway Kids Club for Your Little Ones’ Playtime!  

Drop by Gateway Kids Club for Your Little Ones’ Playtime!

Location: Gateway Theatre, 3615 Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 159461
Date:
 Every Saturday 
Hour:
 9 am – 1 pm 
Admission:
 Free and Ticketed
Suitable Ages: 3 – 8 yrs

Every Saturday, Gateway Kids Club hosts a line-up of programs for little ones to enjoy!

Little ones can let their imaginations fly with hands-on arts and craft activities, keep themselves occupied with outdoor games, and immerse in interactive storytelling tory each week. As spaces for the storytellisessions that capture the audience with a different sng sessions are limited, do register beforehand here.

Immerse yourselves in an interactive storytelling session

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Gateway Theatre

3. Have a Fun Fiesta at the Newly Opening SuperPark SG!

Have a Fun Fiesta at the Newly Opening SuperPark SG!

Location: Suntec City (North Wing), #02-477, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Tower 1, Singapore 038989
Date:
 17 Nov onward

Hour:

  • Mon – Fri: 10 am – 9 pm 
  • Sat – Sun, Public & School Holidays: 9 am – 9 pm

Admission:

  • Regular: Mon – Fri
    • One Day (10 am – 9 pm): $35 
    • After 6 pm (6 pm – 9 pm): $22

  • Super Day: Sat – Sun, Public & School Holidays
    • Morning Mayhem (9 am – 1 pm): $32
    • Middle Session (1.30 pm – 5.30 pm): $40
    • After 6 pm (6 pm – 9 pm): $28
    • One Day Ticket (9 am – 9 pm): $48

After this weekend, you and your little ones will have a new place to frolick at because SuperPark, an indoor sports park brimming with family-friendly activities is set to open its doors this weekend!

The park will feature three themed areas with plenty to keep your excitement and energy levels high.

Slide down on a tube tyre, feel the rush of flight with flying fox, crawl through tunnels, race your family, tumble around the foam pit, scale walls and more at the Adventure Area.

Show off your skills and speed at the Game Arena with sporty activities such as the Hot Stepper, Superhoop, Baseball, and Superball. You can also Skate, scoot, climb, leap, backflip and more at the Freestyle Hall.

You can expect to spend hours at this park chock-full of activities enjoyable not just for little ones but for parents as well!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits SuperPark SG

4. Head Down to HortPark for Fun and Sun!

HortPark Playground

Location:  HortPark, 33 Hyderabad Rd, Singapore 119578
Date: All Days
Hour: 6am - 11pm
Admission: FREE

If you are looking for some outdoor fun, I will suggest heading to HortPark this weekend! There's the brand new Nature Playgarden, and the existing Playground that will ensure hours of fun! 

Not sure what to expect? We brave the elements, and did a scoop of BOTH venues for you! Click on the links below for pictures and videos! 

5. Find Out the Secret Behind KFC’s Crispy Chicken!

Find Out the Secret Behind KFC’s Crispy Chicken!

Location: Selected Restaurants 
Date:
 13 Apr – 14 Apr | 20 Apr – 21 Apr 2019 (2nd & 3rd weekend every month)
Hour:
 35 min/session
Admission:
 $15 (includes KFC meal & goodie bag)

Here’s a chance to find out how KFC’s finger-lickin’ good chicken is made. Sign up for a tour of the KFC kitchen and discover the process behind the scenes, from breading to frying.

While KFC may be willing to give up some of its secrets, like its unique breading technique, it still retains some mystery for the 11 herbs and spices that goes into the flour is still on the hush-hush.

RELATED: Join KFC Singapore’s newly launched guided kitchen tours and visit its first open concept outlet!

For more information, click here.

Photo credits KFC Singapore

6. Explore the Largest Indoor Playground in Town—Kiztopia!

Explore the Largest Indoor Playground in Town—Kiztopia!

Location: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-09, Singapore 039594
Date:
 15 Jun 2019 onwards

Hour:

  • Official Opening: 12 pm

Operating Hours:

  • Sun – Thur: 10 am – 9 pm
  • Fri – Sat: 10 am – 10 pm

Admission (1 child + 1 adult):

  • 1 hr: $28
  • 3 hrs: $38
  • Unlimited: $48

  • Additional Adult: $8

Suitable Ages: 12 yrs and below

We’re about to have a new indoor playground in town and its huge!  

Divided into 18 play areas (including a café), each designed with the specific objective of cultivating your little one’s social, emotional and motor skills, Kiztopia promotes learning through multi-sensory play.

Explore the Largest Indoor Playground in Town—Kiztopia!

Explore the Largest Indoor Playground in Town—Kiztopia!

Trampolines, slides, ball pits, role play rooms, augmented reality studios are just some of what you can expect at Kiztopia. To find out more on what you can look forward to, check out our first look.

Explore the Largest Indoor Playground in Town—Kiztopia!

Debuting alongside this edutainment facility, are Kiztopia’s 11 original characters Dr. Chen, Mark the monkey, Chichi the chick, Tiger, Raby the rabbit, Bell the bear, Pepe the pig, Tina the turtle, Pio the penguin, Honey the bee, and Eli the elephant. You’ll find them at the different play zones.

Explore the Largest Indoor Playground in Town—Kiztopia!

RELATED

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Kidztopia

 

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This article is prepared by

Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day



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