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Top 6 Indoor Playgrounds for Kids in Singapore – Enjoyable Havens for the Little Ones

The city of Singapore offers a myriad of attractions for the visitor. Amongst these are a number of excellent indoor playgrounds that are sure to capture the imagination of young children, including those described below.



You will find that this upscale playground that is located at the Shangri-La offers both indoor as well as outdoor areas that children can play in. This playground offers interactive features and pleasingly designed play spaces that are sure to appeal to the little ones. At Buds kids will have the opportunity to enjoy playing in the sandpit, climbing along nets, using the slides, exploring mazes and ball pits, relaxing in the pool, and even pretending to be pirates as they climb the realistically created pirate ship.


Cool de Sac

Designed for children between the ages of six months and 12 years, the appealing Cool de Sac situated at Suntec City will undoubtedly delight the small fry. This expansive playground that is situated indoors has been subdivided into a number of play stations which are designed for varied interests and age groupings. Kids who enjoy sculpting will be in their element at the art section where they can tinker with different materials. Active children may crawl through tunnels and climb tree houses at the large play areas.



The groundbreaking Airzone is considered to be the pioneering suspended net indoor playground on the globe. You will see that this playground occupies the atrium spaces between the different levels at the City Plaza Mall. At this playground, kids will have the opportunity to experience varied play areas, where they may crawl across a maze, dive into a ball pit, make their way to the top of the playground, enjoy the slides or just relax on the nets. Since the nets are considered to be very strong, and due to the presence of safety nets, there is no element of danger here.


The Artground

Since kids are probably never too little to be introduced to the world of art, The Artground will undoubtedly capture the interest of your children. This playground which is located at the Goodman Arts Centre provides an array of art-oriented and art-centred programmes which will encourage creativity as well as curiosity in kids. In addition to a playground featuring interactive art installations which children can climb on and touch, a number of other art-oriented activities are available here. A choice of accommodation to consider from which this art centre would be within easy reach would be Park Hotel Clarke Quay which is one of the centrally located Clarke Quay hotels in the area.


Tayo Station

This popular playground which follows the theme of a well-known animated series is the first to be located outside of South Korea, the home of the series. At this indoor theme park kids will have the opportunity to ride their own miniature vehicles on which they will be able to make their way through 'roads', garages, gas pumps and car washes. This playground will also provide the opportunity for kids to gain an understanding of road rules, road signs and realistic situations in an enjoyable way.


Pororo Park

This is another themed playground based on a popular cartoon from Korea. Pororo is actually a brave penguin with ambitions of flying, and kids will have the opportunity to interact with this character as well as his friends at this theme park. At Pororo Park your kids will have the chance to ride a train alongside the fox Eddy which will take them around the park. This playground also offers jungle gyms for older children as well as a special play area for toddlers.