Family/Kids Friendly Shopping Malls

Discussion in 'Year 2009 Mums' started by sugarplum, Mar 6, 2009.

  1. sugarplum

    sugarplum New Member

    Hiya,

    understand that there's a fun/play/water area at IMM shopping mall for toddlers to play

    May i chk if mommies here care to share what other similar places are there in Singapore for toddlers to enjoy themselves, similar to the one in IMM?

    thnks!
     
  2. zolldoll

    zolldoll Member

    Suntec has one too, called the sky garden if i am not wrong.
     
  3. teng2teng2

    teng2teng2 Member

    Vivocity - outdoor playcourt, dink level 2

    Heard the new Sembawang Shopping Centre has one too
     
  4. wan

    wan Member

    marina barrage has some water play area, but it is not a shopping mall
     
  5. j_mum

    j_mum New Member

    Yup. There is 1 at the new Sembawang Shopping Centre.
     
  6. kjoyse

    kjoyse New Member

    Petit Bowl in United Sq #01-77/78 next to taxi stand. Allow children and babies to read books or practice their motor skills while popping their mouth with Favourite Fish Pie which consist of cod fish and salmon, Chicken and Tomato Rice, Cod fish with Sweet Potato, Chicken and Sweetcorn Rice, Baked Heart Shaped Salmon Cake, Chicken and Apple Ball, Creamy Green Bowl where potato is fried with spinach, broccoli and pea and creamed in a way it could be served warm or cold, and the fast selling Apple and Prune Porridge. These are dine in or takeaway meals that you can feed your child in minutes. You need not worry about your child having to eat msg or meals with lots of sugar and salt anymore. You are also freed up from the hassle of preparing variety meals to entice your child to eat and have enjoyment at the same time. The shop phone number is 62565359, call to place order as some items moves really fast.
     
  7. mehui

    mehui New Member

    Changi city point is a nice place with spacious corridors for those staying in the east or near the east mrt stations. very quiet during off-peak weekdays.
     

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