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November 2023

Your Ultimate Guide to Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore (2023 Update)

If contending with either sweltering heat or unexpected rain showers isn’t your idea of fun, this listicle is for you. Because the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore are like adventure wonderlands for your little ones. With bouncy castles that seem to defy gravity, climbing features that touch the sky, and colourful ball pits galore, there’s no shortage of excitement.

Each diverse play zone acts as a portal to a world where imagination knows no bounds, and children can explore, climb, slide, and giggle to their hearts’ content, while parents kick back and relax. Rain or shine, these 46 indoor playgrounds in Singapore are the ultimate sanctuary for boundless energy and endless smiles!

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Does Junior want to become an astronaut? Then why not experience what it’s like to walk on the moon at AIRZONE? Spanning three floors, the elevated playground offers themed zones and unique games for kids and kidults. Go wild in the Singapore’s only fully suspended ball pit and slide from zone to zone. Younger kiddos can also crawl through a 3D maze with zero fear of falling. Finally, climb to the top and slide down a dizzying 30m!

Where Level 2, City Square Mall
When 11am – 9pm daily
Cost From $27 per person

2. Amazonia Singapore

Amazonia Singapore indoor playgrounds

Picture a whopping 3,000 sqf of winter playtime joy, soaring up to 10 metres high! Kids will have a blast conquering climbing walls and braving the giant wave slide at Amazonia Singapore. Explore the cool ‘Ice World’ theme, dive into the epic snowball ball pit or let your little ones loose in their very own toddler wonderland. Play interactive games and dance-offs at the Impact Wall’s colossal video screen too.

Where #03-113 Great World
When Mon to Fri: 9.30am – 7.30pm | Sat: 9.30am – 9.30pm | Sun: 9.30am – 7.30pm
Cost $28.50 per toddler (1 to 3 years) | $38.50 per child (3 to 12 years)

3. The Artground – A Curious Place to Be

The Artground – A Curious Place to Be

The Artground is a not-for-profit indoor art space for all children up to 12 years old. As its name suggests, kids can explore a variety of art forms in the inclusive, welcoming space. Art installations in the free indoor play space, which refreshes its theme annually, encourage creative play. On weekends, The Artground also hosts a variety of artful activities that parents and kids can participate in together.

Where #01-40, Block J, 90 Goodman Road
When Wed to Sun: 9.15am – 5pm
Cost Free admission (event activities may be chargeable)

4. Better Play

Better Play

Created by parents of young children for parents of young children, Better Play is a new Montessori-inspired indoor play space. It features two distinct spaces, one for tots as young as 6 months, while the other is for older ones up to 6 years. Full of high-quality toys, the calm, cosy environment is a safe space for kids and caregivers to relax and explore.

Where #02-12 Katong Point
When Mon & Thu: 10am – 5.30pm | Tue to Fri: 10am – 6pm | Sat & Sun: 9.30am – 5.30pm
Cost From $23 per child

5-6. Bouncetopia VivoCity | CCK

Bouncetopia indoor playgrounds

Part of the Kiztopia family, Bouncetopia is a mega haven for fans of bouncy castles. There are currently two outlets, each boasting 6,400 sqf of bouncy castles, slides, obstacles courses, ball pits, sand pits, and creative zones. You can either explore six fairytale castle-themed play concepts at Bouncetopia VivoCity or save the day at the superhero-themed Bouncetopia SAFRA CCK (above).

Where #03-02 VivoCity | #01-04 SAFRA Choa Chu Kang
When Sun to Thu: 10am – 8pm | Fri, Sat & PH: 10am – 9pm
Cost From $17.80 per child (VivoCity) | From $15.80 per child (SAFRA CCK)

7. Bouncy Paradise

Since undergoing a makeover last year, Singapore’s largest indoor bouncy castle playground offers more fun than ever. Bouncy Paradise 2.0 comprises an entirely new set of inflatables that pack in fresh play elements and activities. Occupying 20,000 sqf of space, highlights include a flying fox, 20-metre-long rainbow slides, and three mega ball pits. There are also minesweeper games and Xtra Bounce Zones for an extra boost with every bounce.

Where PeopleUp Enrichment Hub, 200 Pandan Gardens
When Sat, Sun, PH & school holidays: 10am – 8pm
Cost $19 per person (from 1 year)

8. buds by Shangri-La

Spanning over 1,872 sqm, buds by Shangri-La boasts an immersive and curated indoor and outdoor play area. The experiential space encourages kids to learn through creative, self-directed play. Toddlers have their very own soft-play zone too, while those over four years will enjoy the Explorer Zone. If your kids prefer activity-based play, explore specific thematic rooms for artists, performers, and even a fully equipped cooking classroom!

Where Tower Wing Level 1, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
When 9am – 1.30pm & 2pm – 6.30pm daily
Cost From $48 per child


9. Canopy Park

If your kids haven’t been to Canopy Park at Jewel Changi Airport yet, they’re missing out on a lot. The top floor of the world-famous landmark is a 14,000 sqm recreational wonderland for the whole family. Explore the enigmatic Discovery Slides, find the centre of the Hedge Maze, and challenge the kaleidoscopic Mirror Maze. After a quick break in the Foggy Bowls, leap into the suspended Walking Net and Bouncing Net.

Where Level 5, Jewel Changi Airport
When Mon to Thu: 10am – 10pm | Fri to Sun, eve of PH & PH: 10am – 11pm
Cost From $6 per person

10. Impressions Kids Club

Impressions Kids Club

Previously at Horse City, Impressions Kids Club recently relocated to Tanglin Mall. The bespoke indoor playground will entertain your littles for hours, while you chill out with fellow parents. It features a ball pit, trampoline, interactive zones, and on weekends, a super popular train ride. Tots can also play with Montessori toys at the dedicated toddler crawl zone. Suitable for children up to 12 years.

Where #03-136 Tanglin Mall
When 9am – 6pm daily
Cost From $30 per child

11. The Joy of Toys

The Joy of Toys

As its name suggests, The Joy of Toys is a speciality indoor playground where toys take centrestage. It exposes children to high quality toys and games that straddle open-ended and structured play styles. Themes and toys rotate monthly, so there’s always something new to do. There’s also a dedicated space for crawlers and toddlers, as well as a nature-themed riding room where kids can glide around on Wheely Bugs and wooden trikes.

Where #03-51 Clarke Quay Central
When 10am – 8pm daily
Cost From $8 per child

12. Kaboodle


Remember the good ol’ days of playing with blocks, and building anything (and everything) just from your imagination? At Kaboodle, kids can now do the same. Following David Rockwell’s ‘Imagination Playground’ concept, little ones use calming blue foam blocks to create anything they want. Even better, they get to hone their cognitive and social skills as they play together with other children.

Where #02-06 Katong Square
When Wed to Sun: 9am – 5pm | Mon: 9am – 1pm ($10 per person)
Cost $15 per toddler (9 to 35 months) | $20 per child (3 to 15 years) | $10 per adult (including a drink)

13. Kidodo Singapore

Kidodo Singapore

Created by a couple wanting to recreate their own child’s dream playground, Kidodo Singapore is deceptively small indoor playground. Because it packs all of the play elements their daughter loves. Spanning three levels of fun, the main play area includes a corkscrew slide, balancing beams, and a huge ball pit. There are trampolines, an interactive wall, and a simulated sand pit to boot.

Where #02-19A City Square Mall
When Mon to Thu: 11am – 8pm | Fri to Sun & PH: 11am – 9pm
Cost From $12 per child

14. KidsSTOP™


KidsSTOP is the Science Centre Singapore’s dedicated science centre designed for children 18 months to 8 years. Yes, it’s educational, but the over 20 hands-on exhibits also offer an imaginative play experience. The 3,000 sqm space is divided into themed zones such as Planet Warriors, Supermarket and the 9-metre-tall Dream Climber. You can even become an ant for a day in the new Little Ant Kingdom!

Where Science Centre Singapore
When 10am – 1pm & 2pm – 5pm daily
Cost From $5 per child | From $2 per adult

15-16. Kidz Amaze Jurong | Toa Payoh

Kidz Amaze SAFRA Jurong indoor playgrounds

The Kidz Amaze indoor playground at SAFRA Jurong (above) spans a massive 17,000 sqf. But what really stands out is its height. Towering five storeys high, the main play structure boasts lots of opportunities to climb, explore, and of course, slide! The Kidz Amaze at SAFRA Toa Payoh may be smaller at 12,700 sqf, but it’s no less fun. Play your way through three interconnected zones — The Cave, Tree Tops, and The City. Best of all, it’s unlimited playtime at both!

Where SAFRA Jurong | SAFRA Toa Payoh
When Mon to Fri: 1pm – 7pm (10am – 7pm during school holidays) | Sat, Sun & PH: 10am – 9pm
Cost From $16 per child (under 14 years) | $4 per accompanying adult


17. Kidzyway Playground

Kidzyway Playground

If you need an indoor playground for the little ones while you’re shopping or dining at Robertson Quay, Kidzyway Playground is the answer. It’s a really sweet play space with climbing structures, slides, ball pit, and hinoki sand pit. There is also an array of educational puzzles, as well as quality toys for pretend-play. Kidzyway even works with Me Time Babysitting to offer babysitting services!

Where #02-17 Robertson Walk
When 9am – 9pm daily
Cost From $20 per child

18-22. Kiztopia Marina Square | Jurong | Punggol | Woodleigh | Jewel

Kiztopia’s flagship outlet at Marina Square is a huge 18,000 sqf edutainment utopia for kids up to 12 years old. The mega indoor playground offers 18 play areas starring eight unique brand characters. Since its launch in 2019, the Kiztopia Club has grown by leaps and bounds, with smaller outlets in the heartlands. While each offers diverse themes, they all promise a fun time where children play to learn and learn through play.

Where #01-09 Marina Square | #03-18 Jurong Point | #01-01 Punggol Town Square | #01-50 The Woodleigh Mall | #B1-210 Jewel Changi Airport (inside Toys“R”Us)
When Sun to Thu: 10am – 8pm | Fri, Sat & PH: 10am – 9pm
Cost From $29.80 per child (Marina Square) | From $19.80 per child (others)

23. Little Bear’s House

Little Bear’s House indoor playgrounds

Looking to make a playdate for your little one in a homely, comforting space? Then head to Little Bear’s House in the Serangoon Gardens enclave. The speciality holistic indoor playground provides toys that help develop spatial awareness and cognitive skills. They also develop communication and interaction skills while participating in imaginative role-play. Babies under 9 months can play for free with an older sibling.

Where 21 Lichfield Road
When 9am – 7pm daily
Cost From $25 per child

24. Museum of Ice Cream Singapore

A colourful indoor playground for kids and kids-at-heart, the Museum of Ice Cream is one of the most IG-friendly spots. Bond as a family over ice cream-themed activities and learn all about its chilly goodness across 12 multi-sensory installations. These include a unicorn playground and that enticing sprinkle pool. And best of all, eat unlimited ice cream treats with different textures and toppings!

Where 100 Loewen Road
When Mon & Wed: 10am – 6pm | Thu to Sun: 10am – 9pm
Cost From $36 per person (above 2 years)

25. NERF Action Xperience

NERF Action Xperience

Here’s one for families with kids 7 years and up. Shoot to bond and have an action-packed day at NERF Action Xperience. Expect lots of squeals and giggles as you conquer the obstacle course, blast zombies, and challenge one another’s shooting accuracy. At the end of the day, take home a souvenir that you create by using NERF Super Soaker blasters filled with fabric paint!

Where #01-208 Marina Square
When 12nn – 8pm daily
Cost From $32 per person

26. Petite Tayo KidsClub

Petite Tayo KidsClub

As its name suggests, here’s an introduction to indoor playgrounds just for tiny tots. Full of multi-sensory zones, activities, and experiences, Petite Tayo KidsClub is a calming and safe space for playing. Let your toddler build motor skills with the huge ball pit, super slides, rock-climbing wall, maze, and interactive wall. What’s more, it also provides convenient work facilities for parents, as well as a drop-off programme.

Where #01-06 Kallang Wave Mall
When Mon to Fri: 10am – 8pm | Sat, Sun & PH: 9.30am – 8pm
Cost From $10 per baby (below 9 months) | From $15 per child (up to 4 years)

27. PIP’s PLAYbox


A space for children to imagine, play, and discover art, PIP’s PLAYbox is a magical spot, even for grown-ups! The sunlit space features a cosy loft, reading corner full of SingLit books, and an arts and crafts zone. Throughout the year, as the Esplanade holds various festivals, there are thematic activities to match. These can range from dramatic storytelling sessions to self-guided crafting.

Where Level 4, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay
When 11am – 2pm & 3pm – 6pm daily
Cost Free for Esplanade&Me members (it’s free to sign up!)

28. Pirate Land

Pirate Land

Fans of Peter Pan should head to Pirate Land, a pirate-themed indoor playground and entertainment centre for kids. Spanning 8,000 sqf, the maze of play elements encourages fun yet safe pretend-play. Start by exploring the toy bricks street, supermarket, and kitchen square. There’s also ocean animal projection drawing, trampolines, a jungle gym, and even a VR games zone and escape room.

Where #04-08/11 The Centrepoint
When Mon to Fri: 10.30am – 8pm | Sat & Sun: 10.30am – 9pm
Cost $15.90 per toddler (under 2 years) | $28.90 per child (2 to 12 years)

29. PLAY by Kinderplay

PLAY by Kinderplay

Before there was Jewel, there was T3. The first terminal at Changi Airport to offer true recreational activities, it also boasts the world’s tallest airport slide. Then there’s PLAY by Kinderplay, an indoor playground featuring Cartoon Network’s Ben 10 and The Powerpuff Girls. From climbing nets and ball pits to slides and bouncy features, there’s something for every child.

Where #B2-14 Changi Airport Terminal 3
When Mon, Tue & Thu: 11am – 9pm | Wed: 1.30pm – 9pm | Fri, Sat, Sun, eve of PH, PH & school holidays: 11am – 10pm
Cost $12 per toddler (under 2 years) | From $21 per child (2 to 12 years)

30. PLAYtopia SG

PLAYtopia SG

Located inside the Tampines Regional Library, the inclusive PLAYtopia accommodates children of all abilities. While exclusively open for group bookings, birthday parties, and school outings, it also conducts special programmes and activities. For example, every Thursday is Grandparents Day, where grands and kiddos can bond over play. Simply walk in to find out more.

Where #03-02 Our Tampines Hub
When 11am – 9pm daily (except eve of PH & PH)
Cost Varies


31-32. The Polliwogs VivoCity | Clarke Quay

The Polliwogs indoor playgrounds

If you’ve been to The Polliwogs before, then you’ll know that they take fun extremely seriously. The VivoCity outlet offers a fully padded play arena with exciting attractions, from wave slides to trampolines. While little ones play safely in the toddler zone, it’s game on at the air-gun arena for the big kids. Since opening last year, the mirror maze and treehouse at Clarke Quay Central (above) have also found plenty of fans.

Where #03-12 VivoCity | #04-63 Clarke Quay Central
When Sun to Thu: 9.30am – 7.30pm | Fri & Sat: 9.30am – 8.30pm
Cost $24 per child

33. Pororo Park Singapore

Pororo Park Singapore indoor playgrounds

Little fans of Pororo the Penguin can have a ball of a time at this 11,000 sqf indoor playground. The edutainment park combines playscape attractions, educational classes, and entertaining shows all under one roof. With a newly revamped play gym and toddler play area, there’s more to explore than ever before. But don’t worry, the ever-popular Pororo Express Train is still chugging away!

Where #02-29 Marina Square
When 10.30am – 8pm daily
Cost From $38 per child

34. The Rocking Horse Playhouse

The Rocking Horse Playhouse indoor playgrounds

Amid the lush greenery of Horsecity, a tranquil space called The Rocking Horse Playhouse exists. A home away from home, it’s a safe environment where babies can crawl, while children up to six years play. High quality books and toys undergo careful selection to nurture imaginations and choices are rotated regularly. Perfect for mini playdates, there’s also a pantry, diaper room, and comfy sofas, so parents can relax or socialise.

Where #01-02M Horsecity
When 10am – 6pm daily
Cost From $32 per child

35. SkyPark by Kiztopia *OPENING SOON*

SkyPark by Kiztopia

Not to be confused with a certain Marina Bay landmark, this SkyPark is a new dynamic indoor play park in the heart of Orchard Road. Its sports-centric concept offers everything from rock-climbing to vertical gyms. While the main highlight is a multi-level play structure that gamifies challenges for tweens, teens, and parents, there’s also a ball pit for little ones. In other words, it’s an adrenaline-pumping sporting adventure for the whole family. Enjoy 15% off early bird tickets till 23 November!

Where #04-04 Orchard Cineleisure
When Sun to Thu: 10am – 8pm | Fri, Sat & PH: 10am – 9pm
Cost From $22.80 (below 16 years) | $15 per additional person (from 16 years)

36-37. Småland IKEA Alexandra | Tampines

Småland IKEA indoor playgrounds

Located in southeastern Sweden, Småland is famous for its forests, meadows, and lakes, as well as for being the birthplace of IKEA. In Singapore, it’s also the place we deposit our kids when we go shopping at our favourite furniture store! Kids love the magical forest with spider webs strong enough to climb, giant clogs to hide in, spaces to bounce, and an enormous spruce tree to rest under.

Where Level 2, IKEA Alexandra | Level 3, IKEA Tampines
When Mon to Thu: 10am – 10pm (Alexandra) & 2pm – 9pm (Tampines) | Fri to Sun: 10am – 11pm (Alexandra) & 11am – 9pm (Tampines)
Cost Free

38-40. Smigy Playground Tiong Bahru | PLQ | United Square

Smigy Playground indoor playgrounds

Playtime is never boring at Smigy Playground. There are three outlets to choose from, with the newest opening last year at United Square (above). While each differs slightly, all offer ball pits, Hinoki sandpits, trampolines, slides, race car tracks, and climbing structures. There are also pretend-play sections where wannabe chefs and princesses can dress up and exercise their imaginations.

Where #02-115A Tiong Bahru Plaza | #03-05 PLQ Mall | #01-18 United Square
When Mon to Thu: 10am – 8pm | Fri to Sun: 10am – 9pm
Cost From $23 per child

41. SuperPark Singapore

Hailing from Finland, SuperPark is bursting at the seams with loads of sports-centric activities for the whole family. The Adventure Area offers obstacle walls, trampolines, ziplines, tube slides, play towers, and pedal car racing. In the Game Arena, challenge each other at games like basketball, baseball, archery, and kids’ favourite Superpinball. There’s also a Kid’s Gym dedicated to toddlers and preschoolers up to 100cm tall.

Where #02-477 Suntec City Mall (North Wing)
When Mon to Fri: 10.30am – 8pm | Sat, Sun, PH & school holidays: 9am – 9pm
Cost From $22.90 per child (below 100cm) | From $30.90 per person (above 100cm)

42-43. T-Play Khatib | Bt Batok

Singapore’s only Peranakan-themed indoor playground, T-Play at Khatib lets parents and kids appreciate the unique culture through audio, visual, and sensory experiences. Key highlights include a climbing slide tower, foam ball shooting arena, interactive trampoline, and ninja course for toddlers. Or step aboard T-Play at Bukit Batok, an augmented interactive playground where travel and transportation come to life.

Where Level 1, HomeTeamNS Khatib | Level 2, HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok
When Tue to Thu: 1pm – 7pm | Fri & eve of PH: 1pm – 9pm | Sat, Sun, PH & school holidays: 10am – 9pm
Cost From $20.19 per child (1 to 12 years)

44. Tayo Station

If your little ones are fans of Tayo the Little Bus, then Tayo Station is a must-visit. Spanning 10,000 sqf, the Tayo-themed wonderland integrates indoor playground attractions, edutainment zones, and sensory space. Suitable for 1- to 12-year-olds, zip around Tayo’s Road Circuit, challenge the Race Ramp, and attempt a slam dunk. Of course, no experience is complete without deep-diving into the Hinoki sandpit and sliding into the ball pit.

Where Level 3 E!Hub, Downtown East
When Mon to Fri: 10.30am – 8pm | Sat, Sun, PH & school holidays: 10.30am – 9pm
Cost $10 per baby (under 9 months) | From $27.90 per child

45. The Tiara Society

The Tiara Society

Does your little princess love playing dress-up? With princess gowns, accessories, shoes, and tiaras, The Tiara Society has everything to make every little girl feel like royalty. Then indulge in magical playtime at Singapore’s only royal-themed dress-up indoor playland, Once Upon A Time. Inspire a sense of adventure through play at the Wall of Dollhouses, Ice Palace, Knights Fort, Enchanted Forest, and more.

Where #02-02 Coastal Play Grove, 902 East Coast Parkway
When Mon to Fri: 9am – 6.30pm | Sat, Sun & PH: 9am – 7pm
Cost From $45 per child

46. Waka Waka

Waka Waka indoor playgrounds

Waka Waka is a safari-themed indoor playground that promises a fun time for all kids. A huge bouncy castle occupies the toddler space and offers a mini climbing wall, slide, huge rollers, and hoops for kiddies to explore. Older kids can climb a volcano and challenge themselves to the Adventure Cove obstacle course.

Where #05-01 Annex @ Furama
When Mon to Fri: 10am – 6pm | Sat & Sun: 10am – 8pm
Cost $15 per toddler (7 to 18 months) | From $25 per child (2 to 12 years)


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Your Ultimate Guide to Indoor Playgrounds in Singapore (2023 Update)