Indoor Playground Singapore – The Ultimate Guide to the Heaven of Fun

by wyz

What better way to spend a day than exercising the body and mind? When it comes to kids indoor playground Singapore, there's plenty on offer all across the city! Let's take a look at 15 of the best places to take the family on a fun-packed day out...

1. Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park

Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park

Take a walk on the wild side at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park at Marina Square! For dinosaur lovers young and old, there're plenty of exciting activities to enjoy at this kids indoor playground Singapore.

This indoor playground Singapore will transport you back to the Jurassic age, from 1st July to 25th September. Tickets are available through trip.com for SGD28 on weekdays from Monday through Thursday, and SGD31 on weekends.

At Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park you'll find animatronic dinosaurs you can ride on, dinosaur eggs you can take a spin in, as well as VR shooting games. Perfect for dinosaur fans of all ages!

You'll find indoor playground Singapore in Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-09, Singapore 039594. You have a choice of three MRT stations nearby: City Hall, Esplanade, and Promenade.

Bus services to indoor playground Singapore include Raffles Avenue (Esplanade Theatre), Raffles Boulevard (Pan Pacific Singapore), Esplanade Drive (near One Raffles Link), and Temasek Boulevard (Suntec Convention).

Opening hours run from 10am in the morning to 10pm in the evening, and there are four timeslots each day – 10am, 1.30pm, 4pm, and 6.30pm. Click here to get your tickets!

2. Let's Play at D'Marquee 2.0 Downtown East

Let's Play at D'Marquee

If it's a bouncy day out your little ones are seeking, there's no better place than Let's Play at D'Marquee 2.0. This is a biggest indoor playground Singapore, with a vast set of indoor bouncy castles and inflatable obstacle courses!

With 8 themed inflatable areas in the arena, as well as more activities outside – like robot King Kongs to ride around in, and VR rides – there's plenty here for an enjoyable day out.

Getting to Downtown East is perfectly simple – on the MRT you can get off at Pasir Ris MRT Station and either walk for ten minutes or wait for the free shuttle service that runs every 15 minutes between 11am and 10pm.

Tickets are priced at SGD25 during the week from Monday to Thursday, and SGD28 on weekends from Friday to Sunday and on public holidays and the eve of public holidays too. These tickets cover admission to all the attractions, with zero booking fee!

Let's Play at D'Marquee 2.0 is open between 12pm and 8.30pm on weekdays Monday to Thursday, and between 10am and 9.30pm on weekends and public holidays.

Maze in Let's Play

3. Kiztopia


Kiztopia

Kiztopia at Marina Square is a great place for kids and the family to play, learn, eat, and bond together. You and the little ones will be able to enjoy soft play, a mini train, as well as games like a model food market. There's a cafe in the children's centre, for grown-ups who might need a coffee!

This 18,000 square foot playground has slides, ball pits, and more for a truly exhilarating experience. For families with little ones who love to bounce around, Kiztopia at Marina Square is a great choice for a morning or afternoon. It's definitely a biggest indoor playground in Singapore!

Marina Square is at 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-09. Buses services include Raffles Avenue (Esplanade Theatre), Raffles Boulevard (Pan Pacific Singapore), Esplanade Drive (near One Raffles Link), and Temasek Boulevard (Suntec Convention).

If you're coming by MRT then you can just get off at Esplanade, Promenade, or City Hall, and Kiztopia is just a few minutes' walk away!

Kiztopia at Marina Square is open during weekdays, Monday to Thursday, 10am to 8pm. It's open at weekends on Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 10pm. Kiztopia tickets are available from SGD29.80 through trip.com! Click here to get your tickets!

4. SuperPark Singapore

SuperPark Singapore

SuperPark Singapore is a unique indoor playground Singapore specially designed to let kids and adults play together. This is definitely a place where the whole family will feel at home!

SuperPark Singapore was designed by a father who wanted to play with his children. So there're dozens of activities to keep everyone entertained here at indoor playground Singapore – including pedal car tracks, trampoline platforms, tube slides, ninja tracks, and climbing walls.

SuperPark Singapore is at 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore 038983. It's open between 10.30am and 8.00pm every weekday, and up to 9.30pm on the first Friday of every month. On weekends and public holidays, it's open between 9am in the morning and 9pm at night.

To get here, you can use the East-West (Green), North-South (Red) or Circle (Orange) line. Just take a train to the City Hall (EW13/NS25) or Esplanade (CC3) station and walk through City Link Mall and then Esplanade Exchange to get here.

On the Downtown (Blue) line, you can take a train to the Promenade (DT15) station and follow the signage to Suntec City. Simple as that! SuperPark Singapore tickets are available at SGD29.90 at trip.com. Click here to get your tickets!

5. Pororo Park

Pororo Park


Another fantastic indoor playground Singapore at Marina Square is Pororo Park, which is a great place to bring the kids for an afternoon of play.

Pororo Park is Singapore's first character-based kids' playground, indoor and fully air-conditioned. There're horses and carriages, a Hinoki pit, a shark ball pool and a Pororo express train that will entertain the smallest of kids to their hearts' content.

Pororo Park has three timeslots on weekdays – 10.30am to 1.30pm; 1.45pm to 4.45pm; and 5.00pm to 8.00pm. At weekends there's even four slots! Those are 10.30am to 12.30pm; 1.00pm to 3.00pm; 3.30pm to 5.30pm; and 6.00pm to 8.00pm. So there's plenty of time to come along and have some fun!

Marina Square is very easy to get to – the Esplanade, Promenade, or City Hall MRT Stations will drop you off right near by to the indoor playground Singapore.

For infants under 9 months, it's SGD9 each ticket. For kids between 9 months and 12 years old, it's SGD36 each – and each of those tickets includes one adult. Each additional adult gets in for only SGD10 per person! Click here to get your tickets!

6. Amazonia indoor playground Singapore

Amazonia

Amazonia indoor playground Singapore has a new theme of 'ice world' letting children enjoy the icy wonderlands of the North and South Pole – during the summer, in Singapore!

We all know how popular the Ice Age movies are – now the kids can enjoy them in real life, at the original indoor playground Singapore.

Toddlers get in at SGD27 per head. Kids above 3 years old get in at SGD37 each. Amazonia are also providing 'My Little Day Out' packages at SGD59 that cover one toddler ticket, one adult ticket, as well as a set meal for both.

The 'Family Fun Package' covers two child/toddler tickets and two adult tickets plus a family platter of food for just SGD106 altogether!

You can find Amazonia at 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-113 Great World, Singapore 237994. Get there by MRT on North-South Line, NS22, Orchard; East-West Line, EW17, Tiong Bahru; or on the Downtown Line, DT20, Fort Canning.

If you're on the bus then there're stops along Kim Seng Road (B13119): SBS Bus Services 5, 16, 175, 195; and SMRT Bus Services 75, 970. Along Zion Road (B13121): SBS Bus Services 5, 16, 175, 195; SMRT Bus Services 75, 970.

7. Waka Waka indoor playground Singapore

Waka Waka indoor playground

Waka Waka indoor playground Singapore is themed like a safari, so if you have little ones that are crazy for animals, then this is the place to be.

There're huge wave slides and obstacle courses for the kids, and a coffee shop and bistro for the adults. What more could you ask for? Waka Waka also does school booking and birthday parties.

Waka Waka provides a Fun Feast at SGD80 that includes 1hr 45mins playtime along with a family feast bundle at Waterfall Lounge. School Holiday or Weekend tickets start at SGD28. Member passes that get you 6 whole visits are just SGD135, and for 12 visits, it's SGD248.

There's a Safari Area, an Adventure Cove, a Toddler Area, and a Lion's Den for the parents, where coffee is provided!

You can find Waka Waka indoor playground Singapore at #05-01, 407 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169634. The buses that get you here are 5, 16, 51, 64, 75, 123, 175, 186, 195, 564, and 970.

8. Kidodo

Kidodo is a fantastic and exciting indoor playground Singapore at City Square Mall that will keep the kids entertained for a morning or afternoon!

It's a great family-friendly mall, designed by a young family for young families. Kidodo is a cute little indoor playground inspired by everything that kids love – sand boxes, ball pits, slides, and trampolines – you'll find them all here.

You can bring the kid along to Kidodo at City Square Mall for SGD12 for an hour on weekdays and SGD22 for two hours. On weekends, it'll be SGD15 for one hour and SGD26 for two. This makes it a cheapest indoor playground Singapore!

Kidodo opens between 11am and 8pm from Monday to Thursday and between 11am and 9pm from Friday to Sunday.

Kidodo is located at City Square Mall. You can get there by MRT by alighting at NE8 Farrer Park MRT Station Exit I (North-East MRT line).

If you're on the bus, then look for Kitchener Road (Before Tai Hoe Hotel, 07231) Service No. 21, 125, and 130; you can also hop on Serangoon Road (Outside Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple, 07211), Service No. 21, 23, 64, 65, 66, 67, 125, 130, 139, 141, 147, 857, NR6.

9. Bouncy Paradise

Bouncy Paradise is the world's largest inflatable playground. Inside, you'll get 20,000 square feet of fun with a myriad of different zones to keep everyone happy. There's a Mega Unicorn Slide, a Giant Interactive Ball Pit, as well as a Gachapon Toy Machine!

If you're looking for something exertive then try out the trampoline Jumping Zone – try diving into the ball pits or dunking into the basketball hoops! And if you're bringing along little ones, they'll love the Toddler Zone.

Bouncy Paradise is open on weekends from 10am to 8pm. Two hour safe-play entry passes are SGD19 each!

You'll find Bouncy Paradise at PeopleUp Enrichment Hub at 200 Pandan Gardens, Singapore, 609336. Get here on the bus: 143, 197, 30, 51, 97, or on the MRT East-West line.

10. Tayo Station

Tayo Station

At Tayo Station indoor playground Singapore in Singapore kids and toddlers are encouraged to play together with adults too – so there's no need for anyone to feel left out! Games and activities are scheduled daily to make sure there's something for everyone.

Tayo Station believe it's vitally important to encourage kids to play confidently and creatively, and children of all ages will find something of interest. There's the main exhibit – Tayo's Road Circuit – as well as 3-storey Gani's Playground, a ball pool with a cliff wall, and the Hinoki Wood Pit.

There are three timeslots on weekdays: 10.30am-1.30pm, 1.45pm-4.45pm, and 5pm to 8pm. At weekends and public holidays there are five timeslots: 10.30am to 12.30pm, 1pm to 3pm, 3.30pm to 5.30pm, 6pm to 8pm, and 8pm to 9pm.

Tayo Station indoor playground Singapore is located at E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, S(519599). You can get to Downtown East through three different MRT Stations – the Esplanade, Promenade, and City Hall. And Downtown East is just a short walk away! Click here to get your tickets!

11. Kaboodle

If you're looking for a playspace that will challenge a child's mind as well as the body, then Kaboodle is the place for you.

Kaboodle is more than the average playground. Here you'll find building blocks, play dough, jelly, pebbles, water, ice, stones – plenty of building materials for the budding architect and builder to keep themself entertained.

Kaboodle indoor playground Singapore is open daily between 9am and 5pm except for Tuesdays, on which it is closed. Every day there are various classes scheduled to suit different interests – including play, music, Mandarin language classes, for all ages of kids from toddlers and up.

You can find Kaboodle at 88 East Coast Road, #02-06 Katong Square, Singapore 423371. There're three MRT stations very close to the playground – Joo Chiat Rd – 112 Katong (92181) is just 2 minutes' walk away. East Coast Rd – the Holy Family CH (92129) is 3 minutes' walk away. East Coast Rd – Opp Roxy Sq (92111) is 4 minutes' walk away.

12. Snow City

Snow City

Is there anything more exciting than seeing snow in Singapore in the middle of summer? The best place to experience something so special is at Snow City indoor playground Singapore, where you'll find the winter experience all year round!

Kids of all ages can play around in the snow, made from a real snow gun, and kids of 14 years old and up can also experience the snow shooting arena. In the snow shooting arena, their marksmanship and precision will be put to the test with paintball guns.

Two hours snow play is just SGD19 for a child ticket and SGD26 for an adult for Singapore citizens and residents. The standard rate for two hours snow play is SGD24 for a child ticket and SGD29 for an adult.

For one hour snow play and one ice bumper car ride, the tickets are SGD18 for a child and SGD22 for and adult, for Singapore residents and permanent citizens. These tickets are SGD25 at the standard rate.

For two hours snow play and one ice bumper car ride, tickets are SGD23 for a child and SGD27 adult for citizens and permanent residents, and SGD30 at the standard rate.

For two hours snow play, one bumper car ride and target shooting as well, tickets are SGD34 for citizens and residents and SGD37 standard.

At Snow City you'll be able to enjoy a 60-metre snow slope, bumper cars, sculptures made from snow and ice, and a realistic blizzard experience. Click here to get your tickets!

You can find Snow City indoor playground Singapore at 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Snow City Building, Singapore 609433. if you're driving, exit from Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) Exit 14 from Chang Yi Airport towards Tuas, from Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) Exit 13 from Tuas towards Changi Airport, from Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) Exit 31 from Changi Airport towards Tuas near Bukit Batok Flyover, or from Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) Exit 31 from Tuas towards Changi Airport near Bukit Batok Flyover.

The buses that will take you to Snow City stop are 66, 178, 198, 335. And if you're coming by MRT then get off at Jurong East Station on the East West Line and walk or transfer to Bus No. 335 or 66. Snow City is 10 mins walk from Jurong East Bus Interchange / MRT Station.

13. The Artground

The Artground indoor playground Singapore is a space for kids to really indulge and express their creative natures. This is a place that all the family can enjoy, with visual arts spaces, language programmes, and weekend arts programmes too.

There're a number of different spaces at the Artground, all of which the kids and the whole family will want to get involved in! Different venues at the Artground include the Art Space – a general space where creativity and imagination can run rampant – the White Box, where the special programmes take place, and even a Good Garden where kids can learn urban gardening techniques.

The Artground is located at Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Block J #01-40, Singapore 439053, and is certainly a best indoor playground in Singapore!

Getting to the Artground by bus is simple: look for numbers 12, 14, 30, 30E, 158, 196 and 401. Get off at Bus Stop (91099) on Mountbatten Road.

If you're coming by MRT, then you'll be getting off at Circle Line's Mountbatten MRT Station. Just take Exit B.

Sessions at the Artground indoor playground Singapore run from Wednesday to Sunday. There're 4 sessions every day: 9.15am to 10.30am, 10.45am to 12pm, 2pm to 3.15pm, and 3.45pm to 5pm. No entry pass is required – making it a free indoor playground Singapore – but certain programmes and events require pre-booking, so make sure to check their website for details!

14. Bounce Singapore indoor playground Singapore

Bounce Singapore

Bounce Singapore indoor playground Singapore does what it says on the label – kids of all ages can come here to play and practice their skills on the trampoline.

Younger kids and the inexperienced can spend time in the Junior Jumper Areas, where they can learn the basics of trampoline movements. The more experienced among you can take on the X-Park Adventure Challenge Course!

Tickets are priced at SGD26.90 for the first hour of general access, and SGD22 for the second hour. Group discounts are available if you're bringing 10 or more people along with you.

With a valid student ID, you're eligible for a student session priced at SGD21.90 for the first hour, and SGD15 for the second.

Two-hour superpasses are available at SGD30.90 for two hours of bouncing fun!

Junior jumpers – kids 4 years and younger – are just SGD18 for the first hour and SGD13 for the second. And if you're jumping as a group of four, you get the full hour for SGD83.90!

Bounce Singapore is open on weekdays from Monday to Thursday between 10am and 8pm, on Fridays between 10am and 9pm, on Saturdays and public holidays between 9am and 9pm, and on Sundays between 9am and 7pm.

Bounce Singapore indoor playground Singapore is located at Cineleisure, 8 Grange Road #09-01, Singapore 239695. If you're in the car, you can find parking facilities at Cineleisure, *SCAPE, Mandarin Hotel and Grange Road/Somerset Road Off-Street Car Park.

If you're coming by MRT, then the nearest station is Somerset MRT (NS23) via Exit B. Bus routes that service Bounce Singapore are 36, 77, 124, 128, 143, 162, 162M, 167, 171, 174, 174E, 190 and 51.

15. Katapult Trampoline Park

Katapult Trampoline Park

Katapult Trampoline Park indoor playground Singapore has a range of spaces and activities for everyone interested in a good trampoline session. If it's free bouncing that you're looking for, their main court has over 30 connected trampolines – and there's trampoline dodgeball and freefall too!

Katapult Trampoline Park is open on Monday from 12pm to 7pm, and from Tuesday to Friday between 10am and 7pm. Prices during these times are SGD15 for 1 hour, and SGD28 for 2 hours.

On weekends and on public holidays, Katapult is open between 10am and 7pm. Tickets are SGD19 for the first hour, and SGD35 for 2 hours.

Katapult indoor playground Singapore is located at 81 Lorong Chencharu, #01-11. Singapore (769198). If you're in a car, there's free parking at ORTO. By MRT, it's just 8 minutes' walk from Khatib MRT (opposite Yishun Stadium). Click here to get your tickets!

Indoor playground FAQ

  • What are the best playgrounds in Singapore for soft play?

    Let's Play at D'Marquee, Kiztopia, and SuperPark Singapore are all great indoor playgrounds for soft play. Click here to get your tickets!


  • Is there a dinosaur indoor playground in Singapore?

    Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park is open in Marina Square until 25th July. Click here to get your tickets!


  • Where can kids trampoline in Singapore?

    Good places to trampoline are Katapult Trampoline Park and Bounce Singapore. Click here to get your tickets!


  • Where can we play in the snow in Singapore?

    Singapore's snow park is Snow City, where kids can play in the snow all year round. Click here to get your tickets!


  • Where are the best places for kids to be creative in Singapore?

    Great creative play parks in Singapore include the Artground and Kaboodle. Click here to get your tickets!


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