Best playgrounds in Singapore

There's endless amusement at these play areas for kids
By Time Out Singapore editors |
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Kids

eXplorer Kid

icon-location-pin Pasir Ris

At 35,000 sq ft, this is the largest indoor playground in Singapore for children under 12. There are several play areas, including Mega Play, a three-level obstacle course that involves a lot of crawling and climbing; and The Cliff, a 3m-high rock-climbing wall that improves one’s hand-eye coordination. For an added thrill, try the Adventure Highlands rope course, a suspension bridge that will challenge the kids’ balancing skills, and Ball ‘O’ City, where you can expect mayhem with over 2,000 foam balls flying in all directions. The Ice Bumper Car spins 360 degrees and will be a 'hit' with adults and kids alike.

Kids, Playgrounds

The Polliwogs

icon-location-pin Marine Parade

Custom built to promote bonding between parents and children through their state of the art play equipment. There is also a separate play area for younger children. Be sure to check out the complementary activities. Socks are compulsory.

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Kids

Port of Lost Wonder

icon-location-pin Sentosa

Over at Sentosa, Singapore’s first children’s club by the beach will charm young ones with its vast water play area, themed islets and specially designed activities and seasonal workshops. Come on the weekends and during public holidays to join in the Bubble Party (11am-noon, 2-3pm).

Kids

Forest Adventure

icon-location-pin Bedok

Ladders, bridges, swings, nets, trapezes and ziplines make up this challenging, family-friendly aerial assault course in the soaring trees of Bedok Reservoir Park. Adults (and kiddults) can test their steel on the wobbly, nerverattling 14m-high Infernal Bridge, while for kids there’s the only slightly less scary, 7m-long cable crossing at Victoria Bridge.

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Go Go Bambini

icon-location-pin Tanglin

This fun-filled indoor entertainment area for kids has an interactive playscape, a soft play area for wee ones under the age of three, a café dishing up yummy salads, pastas and… wait for it... a nail bar for mummies while their kids are hard at play. Ages 2-11.

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