4 Places to Drop Your Kids Off on Valentine’s Day

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4 Places to Drop Your Kids Off on Valentine’s Day

That pretty much sums up life as a parent. It’s hard to go anywhere without your little ones tailing you like a second shadow (I might be guilty of tailing my mom as well).

While we love our little ones, it’s important not to forget ourselves as well. Take this Valentine’s Day off from your tots for a little romantic rendezvous with your partner. Go for a dreamy dinner, an idyllic stroll through the boardwalk hand-in-hand, a relaxing movie date, or pamper yourself with a trip to the spa.

“How am I supposed to do that with a toddler toddling after me?” you might ask. Worry not Mummies and Daddies, here are 4 places where you can drop your little ones off before you go on your lovey-dovey date.


4 Places to Drop Your Kids Off on Valentine’s Day - KIDS DISCOVERY SESSION at Let ‘em Play

Location: Let ‘em Play, 18 Boon Lay Way, #01-100, Singapore 609966. (Behind Tradehub 21 McDonald’s)


Weekends & Public Holidays
  • 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm 
  • 6.00 pm – 8.30 pm
Wednesday & Friday
  • 5.00 pm – 7.30 pm

Admission (pre-sign up and registration required):

  • Wed & Fri: $65/kid
  • Weekends & PH: $70/kid
  • Special bulk discount: $200 for Wed & Fri | $220 for Weekends & PH

Suitable Ages: 5 yrs and above

Drop your little ones off at Let ‘em Play to get some mental and physical exercise while you wine and dine by the Singapore River or watch a movie marathon huddled up on your couch.

Little ones will have so much fun conquering the Climbing Walls, challenging themselves on the High Elements Obstacle Course, trying their hand at the Augmented Reality Bouldering, and engaging in an experiential robotics programme that they won’t have the time to miss you.

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Let ‘em Play


2. Cookie & Monkey Kids Lounge

4 Places to Drop Your Kids Off on Valentine’s Day - Cookie & Monkey Kids Lounge

Location: Cookie & Monkey – VivoCity, 1 HarbourFront Walk, #02-105, Singapore 098585


  • Mon – Fri: 11 am – 9 pm 
  • Sat – Sun: 10 am – 10 pm

Admission (reservation not required): $10/child for 1 hr | $27/child for 2 hr (please confirm admission cost with merchant as information may be outdated)
Suitable Ages:
2 yrs and above

At Cookie & Monkey Kids Lounge, your little munchkins are free to explore the space that features a play area packed with a variety of play equipment, art and craft materials for them to unleash the Monet in them, as well as an array of books to keep their noses buried in.

Please note that art and craft materials may incur additional cost.

For more information, click here.

Photo credits Cookie & Monkey

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3. MindChamps Child Minding @ Paragon

4 Places to Drop Your Kids Off on Valentine’s Day - MindChamps Child Minding @ Paragon

Location: MindChamps PreSchool @ Paragon, #06-19/20, 290 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238859
Bet 11 am – 5 pm on Sats only


  • 60 mins: $18
  • 90 mins: $27
  • 120 mins: $36

Suitable Ages: 2 – 7 yrs (an adult is required to accompany children aged 3 and below)

MindChamps Paragon offers to keep your kids entertained with stories, sporty activities and cooking while you enjoy a much-deserved me-time. However, the only setback is that you’ll have to go on an advanced or belated Valentine’s Day date as MindChamps Paragon’s childminding service is only available on Saturdays.

4 Places to Drop Your Kids Off on Valentine’s Day
Photo credits MindChamps

For more information, click here.

4. Grandparents

4 Places to Drop Your Kids Off on Valentine’s Day - Grandparents

Location: Loving home
Depends on grandparents
FREE (but you might have to check with them)
Suitable Ages:
All (most probably)

Of course, you could always leave your little munchkins in the loving care of your parents who are sure to welcome any excuse to spend more time with their adorable grandkids.

But they might have a date plan of their own, so be sure to check with them beforehand if they are fine with minding the kids for a bit!


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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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