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.

  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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Great place!

Great place!

Stuff | Sat, 13/06/2015 - 10:32am

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..

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 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 -

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


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