Tayo Station Singapore – All You Need to Know!

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by Peter

Tayo the Little Bus is a hugely popular South Korean children’s TV show, that’s rode the Korean wave all across Asia. It’s a 3D animation following the adventures of a group of buses around the city of Seoul. Each has its own unique characters, and their fun and playful personalities have charmed a generation of kids around the world.

Kids in Singapore can get in on this action too, at Tayo Station Singapore – bringing all the fun of Tayo and his friends to one of the best play parks in the city! It’s the first of its kind in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Trip.com will give you the full run down of all you need to know about this great day out for all the family – it’ll keep the kids entertained for hours. On top of that, we’ll also let you in on a great deal on tickets!

Tayo Station Singapore will entertain kids of any age. There are safe zones for the littlest ones and more exciting spaces for the older children. They can climb, jump, slide, and, of course, zoom around the roads on mini buses. And it needn’t matter if they’ve never seen the TV show – the play zones alone are worth the visit. There’s even a spot where the kids can sit to watch some episodes of this much-loved cartoon. The adults, for sure, will enjoy the Chill Zone, where a cup of coffee can be savoured! Keep reading to find out all about Tayo Station Singapore – what the different zones can offer, how to use the ticket, and exactly what to expect once you get there!

Lots of fun climbing in Gani's playground...

Lots of fun climbing in Gani's playground...

Tayo Station Booking

You can book your Tayo Station ticket through Trip.com right now! Tickets are priced at SGD25.00 for a weekday slot and SGD29.00 for a weekend slot. Each ticket covers one kid, aged 1 yrs to 12 yrs, with one accompanying adult. Additional adult tickets can be bought for SGD6.00 at the ticket desk, up to a maximum of two adults to one child.

Once you’ve got your ticket through Trip.com, you also need to book a timeslot at the official Tayo Station Singapore website. Timeslots are spaced out at 15 min intervals, with the last entry on weekdays at 19:35 and the last entry on weekends at 20:35.

Tayo Station Singapore is open on weekdays between 10:00 and 20:00, and on weekends between 10:30 and 21:00 – long opening hours so the little ones have plenty of time to enjoy the world of Tayo! Just show your mobile or your printed voucher to get in.
Zoom around on mini buses at Tayo circuit!

Zoom around on mini buses at Tayo circuit!

Tayo Station Singapore Must-Play

A beautiful rainbow over Pasir Ris station! Source: Bhanu Vadlakonda / unsplash

A beautiful rainbow over Pasir Ris station! Source: Bhanu Vadlakonda / unsplash

Tayo Station Singapore is a gigantic 10,000 sq ft space, so of course there’s a tremedous amount of fun to be had. There’s an edutainment area, as well as a sensory play space – but the real attraction is all the different zones! Read on to get all the details…

First up there’s Tayo’s Road Circuit – a street scene straight of the show, where kids 18 mths and up can zip around like they’re part of Tayo’s crew! There’s a Garage, a Car Wash, and a Gas Pump too, for them to act out their favourite scenes with their friends.And the best thing is, it’s not just mindless fun. Children will learn to read street signs, as well as get to grips with the basic road safety rules. They’ll really take away something important from this experience at Tayo Station Singapore – not to mention all the important exercise…

Next, there’s a very unique sandbox experience to be had at Poco’s Hinoki Play. This isn’t just your average, run-of-the-mill sandbox, however. This box is filled with Hinoki wood cubes imported from South Korea! These cubes are aromatic and very beneficial for health, so it’s really good, clean fun. Kids can dig, build and play for as long as they like.

Gant's Playground

Another popular attraction at Tayo Station Singapore is Gani’s Playground. This 3-storey high playground presents fun and exhilarating physical challenges for every kid to enjoy. With 2 long slides and countless physical obstacles to jump on, climb over, slide under, and play around on, this zone will be sure to tire even the most energetic kids out!Gani is one of the most popular characters on the show – he’s the little red bus who loves to play pranks, but always has the best intentions in his heart. His playground will bring out both of these in every kid who comes to play!

Lani's and Rogi's Party Rooms

Another special feature of Tayo Station Singapore is Lani’s and Rogi’s Party Rooms. These Tayo-themes rooms make special events like birthdays a great time at Tayo Station. And if it’s a big party you have planned, you can even merge the 2 rooms into one! It can truly be a birthday the kids will never forget.Another classic zone that guarantees a lot of fun is the Cliff Ball Pool. Everyone loves a ball pool, and everyone loves a cliff wall for some rock climbing. So why not combine the two? The kids will love jumping from the wall into the balls again and again!

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All that excitement will surely tire them out sooner or later. At that point, take a well-earned break at the Rainbow Lounge, where they can catch up on all their favourite episodes of Tayo the Little Bus. Once they’ve recharged their batteries, they’ll want to get back to the park for more… And of course, at Tayo’s Toy Store, they’ll find all sorts of toys and treats that they can take away to remember the day forever. There’s mini Tayo buses to ride around on at home, loads of trucks and buses and cars to collect, as well as t-shirts and clothing for all.

Even the shop alone is worth a visit for superfans of Tayo the Little Bus. And if you’re not a fan before your visit, you’ll surely be won over by this cute team of Korean buses. As you can see, there’s more than enough at Tayo Station Singapore for a jam-packed day of fun and play. The kids will never want to leave!

If you’re needing a place to stay while you’re there, look no further than Changi Cove Singapore, where rooms can be booked through Trip.com from SDG327. Away from the busy city, with a coffee machine in every room, Changi Cove is the perfect place to unwind after a long day running around. It’s perfectly located to explore the surrounding area.

There's lots of fun to be had at Tayo Station Singapore

There's lots of fun to be had at Tayo Station Singapore

Tayo Station Transportation

Pasir Ris beach – you can explore after Tayo! Source: Joylynn Gohh / unsplash

Pasir Ris beach – you can explore after Tayo! Source: Joylynn Gohh / unsplash

You’ll find Tayo Station Singapore at E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, S(519599). You can get to Downtown East on bus routes 3,5,6,12,17,21,89, 354 & 358 (East Loop). If you’re getting the MRT, the station to head for is Pasir Ris. From there, it’s just a 10 min walk – but if you want to save your energy for Tayo Station Singapore, you can also enjoy a free shuttle bus from the MRT to Downtown East. The bus runs from 11:00 to 22:00 at 15 min intervals, so you’ll never be waiting long.

If you’re coming by car, you have a number of options. Travelling from Pasir Ris Drive 8, you can turn right onto Pasir Ris Drive 1, then drive along Pasir Ris Drive 1 before turning left onto Pasir Ris Drive 6. Head down that road, and before long you will reach Downtown East. If you’re coming from Loyang Ave, you’ll be looking for Pasir Ris Drive 3. Down Pasir Ris Drive 3, you’ll come to Downtown East. Beware, however – traffic along Pasir Ris Drive 3 can be stressful! Finally, if you are coming from the Elias Road direction, you can also get to Downtown East via Pasir Ris 3.

Downtown East

Downtown East itself is an awesome hub catering for all manner of lifestyle, recreation, shopping, and eating experiences. You can easily spend the rest of the day here – before or after your adventures in Tayo Station Singapore!

Hi-Roller Indoor Skating Rink

There’s climbing walls, a train to take you all on a tour around the various malls, as well as an indoor skating rink – especially fun during the winter months! Hi-Roller Indoor Skating Rink provides enthusiasts of all ages the chance to get their skates on – whether that’s roller skates, or inline. Or if you feel like belting out some tunes with friends and family, there’s no better place than Downtown East’s HaveFun Karaoke. With cool, elegant, and spacious concept rooms, it’s a chilled-out and fun way to let your hair down and have a singalong.

Cow Play Cow Moo Carnival Arcades

So you’ll see – it’s not only Tayo Station Singapore that will catch your attention at Downtown East. And if the kids still haven’t had their fill of fun by the time you leave Tayo and his friends behind, they can hit the amusements and try their luck and skill. Cow Play Cow Moo Carnival Arcades provides everything a good arcade should – bright lights, hypnotising sounds, and, of course, the chance to win some prizes.

Wild Wild Wet

Not far from Tayo Station Singapore, you also have Wild Wild Wet – a fantastic water park that could really turn a simple outing into a whole day of fun!A multiple-award-winning water park, and one of the largest in Singapore, Wild Wild Wet is guaranteed to please kids and adults alike. From near-vertical drops and rapid slides, to soothing jet spas and shallow paddling pools for infants, there’s something for everyone here. Wet Wet Wild is also located at Downtown East, so it’s really convenient to match it up with a trip to Tayo Station Singapore.

Filling up the gas pumps at Tayo Station

Filling up the gas pumps at Tayo Station

Tayo Station Singapore – Where Kids Have Fun With Their Favourite Characters

Gorgeous view on Pasir Ris. Source: Joylynn Gohh / unsplash

Gorgeous view on Pasir Ris. Source: Joylynn Gohh / unsplash

As you can see, there’s a great time to be had at Tayo Station Singapore. If the kids are fans of Tayo the Little Bus and all his buddies, they’ll be immersed in scenes and situations from their favourite show. Even if they aren’t, this is simply one of the best play parks available in the city – and with Trip.com, the Tayo Station ticket won’t break the bank. While the kids play, there’s spaces for adults to enjoy a coffee and a chat, not too far from the main play areas. So you can always keep a watchful eye on what the little ones are getting up to.

You can rest assured, too, knowing that they’re not only having fun, but getting educated and getting some important exercise too. As the world slowly emerges from Covid restrictions, and cool play parks like this are gradually opening up again, kids are in serious need of some good socialization. And if they can learn the basics of road safety at the same time, it’s really an experience that’s hard to beat.

The opening hours are very generous. You can aim for a morning slot, if you’d like the rest of the afternoon to explore the other attractions of Downtown East – whether that’s more adventure at the water park, or time for a movie at Cathay Cinemas. Otherwise, an evening slot will let you work up some hunger before getting together for dinner. The choice is yours!

Don’t forget, too, that you’ll be visiting an area of outstanding natural beauty. When the weather’s good, why not take a trip to the nearby Pasir Ris Town Park. You can find some great things to do there – whether it’s water activities, barbecues, or taking in the splendour of the mangroves.No matter what how you plan your trip to Tayo Station Singapore, the kids will leave with memories of an unforgettable experience. Chances are they’ll be wanting to come back again – and with Trip.com, you can sort that out!

Beautiful views from Pasir Ris beach! Source: Joylynn Gohh / unsplash

Beautiful views from Pasir Ris beach! Source: Joylynn Gohh / unsplash

FAQ

  • Where is tayo station?

    E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, S(519599)


  • how to get to tayo station?

    You can get to Downtown East on bus routes 3,5,6,12,17,21,89, 354 & 358 (East Loop).


  • What’s the price of tayo station?

    Tickets are priced at SGD25.00 for a weekday slot and SGD29.00 for a weekend slot.


  • When dose tayo station open?

    Tayo Station Singapore is open on weekdays between 10:00 and 20:00


  • How can I book the ticket of Tayo Station?

    You can book your Tayo Station ticket through Trip.com right now!


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