Indoor Playgrounds

Here is a list of indoor playgrounds around Singapore:

The Bubs' Hub (East Coast Parkway)

A new indoor and outdoor playground right next to the sea!  Check out their birthday party packages.

Go-Go Bambini (Dempsey)
Surrounded with nice eating places and its own cafe. Free for parents and kids under 1 year old.

Kidz Amaze (Toa Payoh Safra is being redeveloped so Kidz Amaze Toa Payoh is close. Thanks Funguy71 for the info. )
At just $7 for entrance  and more discount for members, this playground is very popular. Have yet to check it out but heard it is worth every cent going in.

eXplorerkid 
  Members pay $11 while non members price is $22 during peak hours. Membership is for kids up to 12 years old.

Polliwogs (East Coast)
For the parents, there is a very comfortable sitting area and free flow of coffee and tea. Bring coins. Your kids will want the snacks from their vending machine when they are taking a break from playing. $18 for 90 mins on weekends.

Kidz Amaze (Jurong Safra)
It is new and big and full of challenging and fun stuff especially for older kids.  Usual price is $15 for non members.  Kidz Amaze membership are for age from 3yrs to 18 yrs.

Little O'Zone (Orchid Country Club beside the orchid bowl)
$8 dollars an hour for non members. Interesting looking structures with facilities for toddlers. For kids 18 months to 12 years.

 
* Admission age and charges are base on the last published information on the individual centre’s website.

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Thanks for the valuable

Thanks for the valuable information. We can definitely try out these indoor games.

 

 

anthonyh | Thu, 10/02/2011 - 7:53pm

Nice one

Hope to visit Bambini soon.

chatelaine | Wed, 27/10/2010 - 3:27pm

Kidz Amaze (Toa Payoh Safra

hi friends.. just be inform.. Toa Payoh Safra is close for renov till 2013..

http://www.safra.sg/news_details.aspx?oid=2701

sorry to see my kids favourite playground gone in history.. when it is reopen i guess they will have grow out of it then..:)

 

Funguy71 | Mon, 02/08/2010 - 6:14pm

Thanks!

Thanks for the recommendations.  Have gone to Little O'zone.  Kid still a bit young to appreciate all the high structures but will definitely go again to explore the others when he is older!

DesertWind | Sat, 26/06/2010 - 2:08pm

Hi Buds!

Hi Buds,

You have mentioned that you are helping a group of under-previledged kids? Which organisation is that and can I volunteer in it? You can email me direct - laurettakim@yahoo.com

Thanks, Lauretta.

rubysng | Mon, 10/05/2010 - 3:44pm

what a fantasic list! Now i

what a fantasic list!

Now i know what to do come next school hols!  Thanks so much for the work MINTCC  !!  :)

tree nymph | Mon, 25/01/2010 - 5:49pm

Amaze

Wow, went to Jurong Amaze before and didn't know they have one in Toa Payoh Safra too!

Hey moms, if you want slimmer waist-line, go check it out and join in with your kids! The tunnels and funnels are bound to have you "twisting and turning"! However, it gets claustrophobic after a while both my daughter & I couldn't wait to get out!

Saw one dad got stuck at the hips in one of the tunnels. It was hilarious!

concern2 | Tue, 06/10/2009 - 10:13am

 Thanks for the list -

 Thanks for the list - this is great. I agree that the TP safra one is value for money. Have been to it a few times and the kids love it.

 

acforfamily | Tue, 06/10/2009 - 9:12am

Thanks  AppleTree.  Good

Thanks  AppleTree.  Good sharing about Jurong Safra.

mintcc | Tue, 06/10/2009 - 8:05am

Great summary  Just to

Great summary 

Just to add... My son and his cousins all got bums from the slides at Jurong SAFRA. I think it's because the slides are all very steep and the little ones get knocked at every turns.

AppleTree | Mon, 05/10/2009 - 11:26pm