7 Themed Indoor Playgrounds to Visit with Your Little Ones



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Take shelter from the weather and treat your little ones to a fun time at these indoor playgrounds in Singapore!

With Singapore’s unpredictable weather that swings from scorching hot to pouring down and vice versa, sometimes it’s a bit hard to make plans to bring your little ones out. Here are 7 themed indoor playgrounds you can visit come rain or shine!

Discover more playgrounds, indoor and outdoor on our dedicated Playgrounds page!

1. Aquarius Cove: An Ocean-themed Indoor Playground

Aquarius Cove
Source: Aquarius Cove

Dive into a splashing good time at Aquarius Cove, an ocean-themed indoor playground. Discover a ball pit that looks like its underwater, rock climbing walls that have fish grips, a rocking boat to sail across the seven seas, and a submarine shaped tunnel that leads to an observation sphere overlooking this oceanic paradise.

You can call 6532 5550 to make your reservations before your visit. If you don’t have a reservation, you will be placed on the waitlist upon arrival and will only be allowed in if there are available slots.

Aquarius Cove, 29 Carpenter Street, Level 5, Singapore 059923
Operating hours: 
Wed – Fri: 12 pm – 6 pm | Sat - Sun & PH: 11 am – 6 pm
Admission:
11 mths & below: Free ($5 per adult)
12 - 29 mths: $10 (2 accompanying adult per paying kid)
2.5 yrs & above: $18 (2 accompanying adult per paying kid)

2. Waka Waka: An Indoor Playground for Safari Adventures

Waka Waka
Source: Waka Waka

For bold little tykes, there is Waka Waka, a safari-themed indoor playground for jungle adventures. The playground is divided into four areas, including the Lion’s Den, an in-house bistro where you can have a meal before or after letting your little ones go wild at the play area.

Toddler Area is perfect for little Mowglis (below 18 months), with mini-slides, soft play blocks, giant bouncy castle and water trampoline while the Safari Play Area caters more to the slightly old kids. It features a challenging rope climb up an extinct volcano, tunnels, trampolines and slides aplenty.

At the Adventure Cove, you can join your little ones or cheer them on as they bravely strap up and set off on an adventurous course! There is a rope adventure course, totem course and rock-climbing. Please note that additional charges apply for this play area.

For playtime at Waka Waka, you can pre-book your time slot online or by contacting +65 6738 7733.

Waka Waka, 407 Havelock Rd, #05-01, Annex@Furama, Singapore 169634
Operating hours:
Mon – Sun: 10 am – 8 pm 
Admission:
Weekday: $23
Weekend (incld eve of PH, PH & SH): $28
Free entry for one accompanying adult per kid, additional adults will be charged

3. Amazonia: Ice-world

Formerly a rainforest-themed indoor playground, Amazonia underwent a refresh to transform the space into an ice-world. The current theme reflects the combined cold atmosphere (not temperature) of the North and South Poles.

If the kiddos escape from the giant play-gym, which features not only different kinds of obstacles but also one of the largest indoor slides in Singapore, there is an interactive video gaming wall and trampolines to keep them engaged. Little ones will most probably love the Snow Fountain Ball-Pit, which is a deep ball-pit equipped with vacuum ball tubes for interactive play. For the smaller ones, Amazonia has a dedicated toddler play area featuring interactive play panels, a mini slide, swings, and their very own ball pit!

You can buy your tickets to Amazonia online.

Amazonia, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-113, Great World, Singapore 237994
Operating hours:
Mon – Thu: 9.30 am – 7.00 pm
Fri – Sun: 9.30 am – 9.30 pm 
Admission:
Below 3 years: $27
3 years and above: $37
Only one accompanying adult is allowed per group

4. T-Play at HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok: Transportation-themed Play Centre

T-Play at HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok
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Housed within HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok is T-Play, a transportation-themed indoor playground. Adorned with various transport-themed murals and decor, the 4,200 square foot facility features airport check-in counters, heli-landing pads and rocket-tunnels alongside the usual playground fittings. The highlight of the playground is the two-story-high play gym, which is made up of various obstacles, trampolines, tunnels, and slides.

The venue has a maximum capacity of 48 persons, so you might want to book your time slot online before you visit.

T-Play at HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok, 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7, Singapore 659003
Operating hours:
Tue – Thu: 1 pm – 7 pm 
Fri & Eve of PH: 1 pm – 9 pm 
Sat – Sun, SH & PH: 10 am – 9 pm 
Admission:
Free for babies below 6 months
T-Play Member
18 months and below: $2
Off-peak: $4 (HomeTeamNS Family Member) | $8 (Guest/Affiliate)
Peak: $4 (HomeTeamNS Family Member) | $10 (Guest/Affiliate)
Walk-in
18 months and below: $3 (HomeTeamNS Family Member) | $4/Guest/Affiliate)
Off-peak: $9 (HomeTeamNS Family Member) | $12/affiliate | $16/guest
Peak: $12 (HomeTeamNS Family Member) | $16/affiliate | $20/guest

5. T-Play at HomeTeamNS Khatib: Inspired by the Vibrant Peranakan Culture

T-Play at HomeTeamNS Khatib
Source: HomeTeamNS

T-Play at HomeTeamNSKhatib is the first indoor playground in Singapore with a local cultural theme. The brightly coloured playground, inspired by the pioneering spirit of early Peranakans as well as the vibrant colours of the unique culture, is equipped with a variety of slides, foam ball shooting arena, ball pool, a ninja course, and the centre of attraction, a Climbing Slide Tower designed to look like the iconic dragon playground of yesteryears, among others.

The venue has a maximum capacity of 50 persons per session, so be sure to book your time slot online before you visit to avoid any disappointment.

T-Play at HomeTeamNS Khatib, 2 Yishun Walk, Singapore 767944
Operating hours:
Tue – Thu: 1 pm – 7 pm 
Fri & Eve of PH: 1 pm – 9 pm 
Sat – Sun, SH & PH: 10 am – 9 pm
Admission: 
Free for kids below 12 months
Off-peak: $10/ HomeTeamNS Family Member | $14/T-Play Member | $20/Non-member
Peak: $10/ HomeTeamNS Family Member | $16/T-Play Member | $25/Non-member

6. Kiztopia: Themed Around 11 Original Characters

Kiztopia
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A sprawling indoor playground at Marina Square, Kiztopia is themed around 11 original characters, like Mark the monkey, Chici the Chick, Pepe the Pig, and Pio the Penguin. You will be able to find them around the playground, which is divided into 18 play areas, including an in-house café. Each area is designed with the specific objective of cultivating your little one’s social, emotional and motor skills. With trampolines, slides, ball pools (yes, more than one), a ninja course, role-play rooms, and augmented reality studios, little ones can engage in multi-sensory play.

You are encouraged to book your play session and purchase your admission tickets online prior to your visit. Though walk-ins are welcome, admission is subject to availability due to limited capacity.

Kiztopia, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-09, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Operating hours:
Sun – Thu: 10 am – 8 pm 
Fri – Sat: 10 am – 10 pm 
Admission:
1 hr: $28
3 hrs: $38
Free entry for one accompanying adult per child, additional adult will be charged

7. Pororo Park: Featuring Pororo the Little Penguin and His Friends

Pororo Park
Source: Pororo Park Singapore

Themed after the most-loved animation character in Korea, Pororo Park is an indoor playground for children 12 years and below. Go on a whimsical adventure with the new carousel ride, The Gallop Station, hop aboard the all-time favourite Pororo Express Train, dive into the Shark Ball Pool, dig your way into the Hinoki Pit, slide and climb at Poby's Play Gym and even Meet & Greet Pororo the Little Penguin and his friends!

Pororo Park, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-29, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Operating hours:
Mon – Sun: 10.30 am – 8.00 pm 
Admission:
Public
Below 1 years: Free ($7.50/adult)
1 – 12 years: $33.90 | $7.50 per accompanying adult 
Partners
Below 1 years: Free ($7.50/adult)
1 – 12 years: $29.90 | $5.50 per first two accompanying adults

 


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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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