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The best indoor playgrounds for babies and toddlers in Singapore

These themed play areas come complete with slides, swings, and ball pits for kids under six

By Cam Khalid
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While there are plenty of places for older toddlers, tykes and tweens to run around in Singapore, there are also baby-safe play spaces and edutainment spots for babies and younger tots. No matter the weather, these indoor playgrounds are tailored for active crawlers and great for the pint-sized non-walkers to run, jump, slide and swing – all with the accompaniment of a parent or guardian, of course.

Safety measures including safe distancing are observed in all indoor playgrounds. Due to the limited capacity, it's recommended that you book your slots online in advance to avoid any disappointment. 

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Kids City Hall

The massive indoor playground offers an interactive play space where kids can play and learn valuable skills while at it. Let them loose at the bouncy castles and trampoline arena, pick up cooking, driving, and more at the role-play rooms and even bring home the goodies they have made in the kitchen.

Amazonia
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Amazonia

Kids River Valley

After a major facelift in 2019, Amazonia is back with an arctic theme that's oh-so-cool (see what we did there?). Kids can go down the city's highest indoor wave slide, jump around on the netted trampoline, and dive into the snowball pit (no actual snow included). There's also a massive 3,000-square-feet play-gym which features kid-friendly challenges for the active tykes. Babies, on the other hand, can enjoy themselves at the soft-play area which is separated from the larger children's area, and features a mini slide, ball pit, interactive play panels, and swings.

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Foggy Bowls, Jewel Changi Airport
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Canopy Park

Property Changi 

Gather the kids for some fun at Jewel Changi Airport’s massive indoor wonderland. Older kids can weave through various Hedge and Mirror Mazes, bounce on the Manulife Sky Nets, and go down the Discovery Slides, while the little ones can take on the shorter slides, play among clouds at Foggy Bowls, and stroll through Topiary Walk and Petal Garden. Over at the Changi Experience Studio, there are a number of interactive kid-friendly games that illustrate the work it takes to get Changi Airport working like clockwork.

Snow City
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Snow City

Things to do Jurong East

Escape the hot and humid Singapore weather to experience the cold and snow at Snow City. Gather the family and dress up in matching winter gear – don't worry, these are available for rent – and stomp around in the snow. Slide down a 60-metre snow slope, take photos with life-sized snow sculptures in the artic playground or get toasty in an igloo home.

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The Polliwogs

Kids Playgrounds City Hall

Bathed in bright hues that are bound to attract the tiny tots, The Polliwogs features bouncy castles, climbing walls and fun slides. Its state-of-the-art play equipment also allows easy bonding between parents and children. There's also a separate play area for younger children. Planning to have a birthday bash here? The Polliwogs also hosts parties where you can choose from a range of themed party packages, from laser tag parties for energetic kids to junior chef parties for aspiring cooks.

 

Tayo Station

Kids Play spaces Pasir Ris

Themed around the popular animated series, Tayo The Little Bus, this South Korean indoor play park makes its first international outpost in Downtown East. It's a whopping 10,000-square-feet space complete with a playground, a sensory play space, and a toddler area for younger children. The main star, however, is Tayo's Road Circuit where the kids can zip around in their mini manual rides and make a pit stop at the mini garage, car wash, and gas station.

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Happy Castle
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Happy Castle

Kids Orchard

More than just a mall playground to keep your little ones in a good mood, Happy Castle is loaded with play stations including ball pits, short slides, all sorts of baby-safe plastic toys, and cassia seed gardens for the budding gardener. The kid haven has plenty of fun learning opportunities for the young 'uns to polish their motor skills as well as knowledge via tactile stimulation.

Aquarius Cove
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Aquarius Cove

Kids Raffles Place

Dive into a make-belief ocean at Aquarius Cove. This indoor playground stands at 3,000-square-feet and features a ball pool, a climbing wall, a submarine tunnel and a musical rocking ship, all to encourage active living from young. The environment at Aquarius Cove is snug enough to accommodate infants and children of up to 12 years old. It also has diaper-changing and breastfeeding facilities. 

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Pororo Park

Kids City Hall

For those in the dark, Pororo is an intrepid penguin (who dreams of flying) from a Korean cartoon – and this indoor theme park is dedicated to the character and his friends. Let your children run amok here: they can hop on a train with Eddy the fox as he takes you on a tour through the grounds, peek into Pororo’s icy home and dive into a ball pit. And while the big kids can climb and duck through jungle gyms, tinier tots have a dedicated toddler’s area with foam mats and soft toys.

The Artground

Kids Play spaces Marine Parade

This venue is temporarily closed.

It's not too young to introduce art to the kids. The Artground in Goodman Arts Centre offers many art-centric and art-related programmes that help nurture creativity and curiosity in children. Besides the actual playground aspect of it – think interactive art installations that kids can actually touch and climb – other activities kids can get involved in over the weekends are gardening, performing arts as well as arts & craft activities. Though it's open for everyone age 12 and under, parents can join in on the fun too. 

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