Good weekend playground for toddler 18mths old at city/west?

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Good weekend playground for toddler 18mths old at city/west?

Postby mails4 » Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:39 pm

Hi Mummies,

can you all recommend good playground for young toddler to play and learn?

Thanks, mummies :celebrate: :love:

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Re: Good weekend playground for toddler 18mths old at city/w

Postby mummyloves » Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:59 pm

mails4 wrote:Hi Mummies,

can you all recommend good playground for young toddler to play and learn?

Thanks, mummies :celebrate: :love:


There is one at Tiong Bahru with the train set that is quite fun for the kids.

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Re: Good weekend playground for toddler 18mths old at city/w

Postby mails4 » Tue Jul 21, 2009 1:01 pm

mummyloves wrote:
mails4 wrote:Hi Mummies,

can you all recommend good playground for young toddler to play and learn?

Thanks, mummies :celebrate: :love:


There is one at Tiong Bahru with the train set that is quite fun for the kids.


Hi mummyloves,

do you have the address? how is their rate? can you share that as well?

Thank you.

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Postby sunset_dae » Tue Jul 21, 2009 1:15 pm

Hi

U can visit these 2 playgrounds, my son loves it!

Go-Go Bambini - 3 storey playground in tanglin area
Kids explorer - in pasir ris

Both are suitable for toddlers and kids, and got rest and relax area for Mummies and Daddies!

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Playground or Playgroup

Postby buds » Tue Jul 21, 2009 1:32 pm

mails4 wrote:Hi Mummies, can you all recommend good playground for young toddler to play and learn?


Heyya mails4, d'ya mean playground literally or
wud you be referring to a playgroup...? :idea:
Cos the post mentioned "play & learn"...
So just to double check.. :wink:

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Postby UmmuMuadz » Tue Jul 21, 2009 1:33 pm

sunset_dae wrote:Hi

U can visit these 2 playgrounds, my son loves it!

Go-Go Bambini - 3 storey playground in tanglin area
Kids explorer - in pasir ris

Both are suitable for toddlers and kids, and got rest and relax area for Mummies and Daddies!


Hi,

Whats the charges like for Go-Go Bambini? :?
Appreciate if you could provide the address.

Thanks :D

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Postby sunset_dae » Tue Jul 21, 2009 2:02 pm

u can visit this website for more details:

www.gogobambini.com

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Postby Mrsbongz » Wed Jul 22, 2009 9:57 pm

Erm, If u are looking for playground, I recommend the ones at West Coast Park and the Jacob Ballas garden (botanic Gardens) ..

The west Coast park has several play ares for different age groups.. the one for toddlers is with sand, so they can play with sand as well as the playground.. My kids really enjoyed themselves.. It's quite clean and spacious enough that you will not find it crowded. Parking is ample, and there's the public toilet for cleaning up..

The jacob ballas garden has a wet as well as dry playground.. you can go take a look.. there are various plants etc for the children touch and experience.. I think u can find more info at the botanic gardens website..

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Postby jedamum » Wed Jul 22, 2009 10:37 pm

If you mean outdoor playground, i think there are further info here under Outdoors & Social
But if it is indoor playground (paid entry fee), then this is something new we are discussing here. :wink:

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Postby ZacK » Thu Jul 23, 2009 12:41 am

jedamum wrote:If you mean outdoor playground, i think there are further info here under Outdoors & Social
But if it is indoor playground (paid entry fee), then this is something new we are discussing here. :wink:


Wow did I miss sumthing aka the big celeb and all the fireworks? Congrats Jedamum for attaining "Level II" status :congrats:

Sorry if this is the wrong thread :P

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