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24 Best Indoor Playgrounds In Singapore To Treat Your Kids To This March School Holidays

Best indoor playgrounds in Singapore


In land scarce Singapore, indoor playgrounds, to little ones, are sacred oases that offer them wonder, thrills and a great escape from the mundanity of their everyday living. And when we’re talking ball pit lakes with banana boats, five-storey jungle gyms and giant claw machines, it’s not hard to see why. 

Whether for a play date or a wet-weather-plan-B, this comprehensive list of Singapore’s best indoor playgrounds will guarantee your kiddos copious amounts of fun while leaving them thoroughly spent for a good night’s sleep.

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1. The Joy of Toys – From $18 for unlimited play time



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Think indoor playgrounds, and it’s only natural that slides and ball pits immediately spring to mind. But over at The Joy of Toys, you’ll be met with a giant living room-esque space that’s packed to the brim with “old-school” wooden toys from building blocks and puzzles to dollhouses, kitchen sets and railway tracks. Perfect for little tots to hone their fine motor skills and cognitive development.


Image credit: The Joy Of Toys Singapore

Split into three sections – structured play, open-ended play and a toddler play space – The Joy of Toys offers tired parents some well-deserved respite on their cosy couches for the small sum of $18. Stay as long as you like or tap out for some lunch and pop back in, unlimited hours of play and re-entry is included in the price on non-peak days.

Price:
Non-Peak
$18/unlimited play time for Toddler Play Space
$22/unlimited play time for Main Play Space
Peak
$18/2 hours for Toddler Play Space
$26/2 hours for Main Play Space
Address: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #03-51 Clarke Quay Central (Yellow Zone), Singapore 059817
Opening hours: 10AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 9007 4679

The Joy of Toys website


2. The Petite Park – From $18 for 1.5 hours



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If you’re mom or dad to a crawling infant, you’ll know that the real danger of indoor playgrounds is the many older children dashing around at light speed. At The Petite Park, you won’t find a child above the age of 7 (or 130cm). No more worrying about other kids roughhousing your precious baby. 


Image credit: The Petite Park

Offering a 100% toddler-safe space with padded surfaces, height-appropriate slides, a petite bouncy castle, and a fleet of Little Tikes cars; The Petite Park is a great little pitstop to entertain the kids if you’re heading to Kallang Wave Mall for a grocery run or a meal.

Price: $18/1.5 hours on weekdays | $20/1.5 hours on weekends & public holidays
Address: 1 Stadium Place, Kallang Wave Mall #01-06/07, Singapore 397628
Opening hours: 10AM-7PM, Daily
Telephone: 6282 7061

The Petite Park website


3. Buds by Shangri-la – From $28 for 3 hours



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Buds by Shangri-La isn’t the biggest contender here in terms of playscape or size, but there’s more than meets the eye. Entry to buds not only gets you 3 hours in their impressive indoor playground, but their 1,300 sq ft outdoor water playground, as well as access to their range of classes such as baking, art, song and dance, and storytelling.


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Expect to find a small but action-packed zone for babies and toddlers with mini ramps, slides, a ball pit, and suspended baby bouncers for pre-walking tots to get in on the fun. The Explorer Zone for kids aged 4 and up is a world of netted bridges, lava slides and ball pit rivers.

Note: Buds by Shangri-La is now exclusive to all hotel guests and members of buds only.

Book Shangri-La’s Fun Family Playcation for complimentary access to Buds.

Price: $18/1 hour for hotel/service apartment guests
Address: 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
Opening Hours: Mon – Sun 9.15AM-5.45PM | School and public holidays 8AM-7PM
Telephone: 6213 4833

Buds by Shangri-La website


4. Amazonia – From $27 for 2 hours


 

When it comes to first impressions, the entrance of Amazonia doesn’t do a good job of taking one’s breath away. But hidden behind its fairly small entrance is this mammoth of an indoor playground. Having undergone a recent facelift last year, Amazonia now sports an ice age-themed interior that makes the space look brighter and more spacious.

Their iconic 8M four-wave slide is still the main highlight, but we guarantee your little ones will love the ballpit fountain and its labyrinth of pipes that “suck” balls up to a catchment area before they “rain” down on anyone below. Parents of infants will be glad to note that the toddler section is strategically located right by the entrance away from the bustle of the main play area.

Price: $28/1 hour for one child and one adult | $38/3 hours for one child and one adult | Additional adult $12
Address: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-113 Great World, Singapore 237994
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 9.30AM-7PM | Fri – Sun 9.30AM-9.30PM
Telephone: 6836 2544

Amazonia website


5. Kiztopia – From $28 for 1 hour


Possibly the most impressive of the lot is Marina Square’s Kiztopia. With 18 different play stations making up its 18,000 sqft space, Kiztopia promises nothing short of non-stop excitement.

Look forward to high-rise play structures with spiral slides, trampolines, scalable rock walls, foam obstacle courses and a ball pit moat that has an inflatable boat and banana boat for parent-powered rides.

Of course it comes with all the frills as well: a train that chugs round a track, a hinoki wood cube pit, VR basketball, dress-up stations, and imaginary play studios such as a grocery store, and a bakery. And if your play session runs past lunch or dinner, you can pop over to the adjacent Kith Cafe to load up on hearty Western fare. 

Price: $28/1 hour for one child and one adult | $38/3 hours for one child and one adult | Additional adult $12
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #01-09, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu 10AM-8PM | Fri & Sat 10AM-10PM
Telephone: 8201 0393

Kiztopia website


6. Pororo Park – From $33.90 for 2 hours


Image credit: Pororo Park Singapore

If Netflix is a necessary evil you need to survive the demands of parenthood, then your little ones would likely be familiar with Pororo. Based on the Korean cartoon Pororo The Little Penguin, Pororo Park will let your little ones rub shoulders with the super-sized friends of Porong Porong Forest in the flesh. 

The Pororo Express Train operates at 45-minute intervals, giving your little ones three opportunities to hop aboard during their play session.
Image credit: Pororo Park Singapore

Explore the interior of Pororo’s house, wade through the Shark Ball Pool, catch an episode in Tong Tong’s Little Theatre, or sweat it out in Poby’s small, but maze-like play gym. Smaller babies can explore the range of child-safe toys in the soft toddler area or play contractor in the Hinoki pit. 

Price: $33.90/2 hours for children above 12 months old | $7.50/2 hours for accompanying adults*
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-29, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 10.30AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 6250 9700

Pororo Park Singapore website

*Discounted prices available for partners. Check the website for more information.


7. The Polliwogs – From $15 for 2 hours


Image credit: The Polliwogs

With an outlet over at VivoCity and one at Suntec City, The Polliwogs is a throwback to the 90s with its retro-looking play equipment and simple decor. You’ll find webs, rope tunnels, wave slides, ball pits, climbing walls and mazes and even an air-shoot ball arena.

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If you’re lucky enough, your children might get to partake in their ad-hoc activities that include crafting and an all-out treasure hunt. Tired parents can lounge at their in-house bistro and clear some work with their free WiFi.

Price:
Weekdays
$15/2 hours for children under 3 years old | $23/2 hours for children above 3 years old
Weekends
$17/2 hours for children under 3 years old | $28/2 hours for children above 3 years old

Suntec City outlet
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City, Mall, #02-728 Tower 4, Singapore 038983 | Vivocity – 1
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 10AM-7.30PM | Fri – Sun 10AM-8.30PM
Telephone: 9298 9573

Vivocity outlet
Address: Harbourfront Walk, #03-12 VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 10AM-6.15PM | Fri – Sun 10AM-8.30PM
Telephone: 9298 9573

The Polliwogs website


8. Aquarius Cove – From $10 for 2 hours


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A perfect choice for toddlers going through a marine animal or Little Mermaid phase, Aquarius Cove within the compounds of SAFRA on Carpenter Street is an ocean-themed playspace that will quench their thirst for all things in the sea.

Image credit: Aquarius Cove

Its small space is fitted with a carousel of dolphins, a small two-storey jungle gym with tunnels, ramps, a slide and a ball pit, making it more appropriate for tinier tots and infants. The fully-padded musical ship is sure to be a hit as well!

Price: $10/2 hours for children 12-29 months old | $18/2 hours for children above 2.5 years old
Address: 29 Carpenter Street, Level 5, Singapore 059923
Opening Hours: Wed – Fri 12PM-6PM | Sat, Sun & P.H. 11AM-6PM
Telephone: 6532 5550

Aquarius Cove website


9. Happy Castle – From $38 for 2 hours


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Happy Castle is known for transforming small spaces into dynamic play areas for little ones, but their most impressive outlet has to be the one on Orchard Road – a galactic heaven with a ball pit milky way the size of a swimming pool.

Packed in Happy Castle’s modest space are a space-themed shooting range, space tunnels, a couple of anti-gravity trampolines, and cute clear space domes reminiscent of igloos for kids and adults alike to lounge or “take refuge” from all the action outside.

Their $86/10-hour package comes highly recommended as the most cost-effective option that lets you exhaust your hours at any Happy Castle outlet you choose.

Note: Happy Castle Ngee Ann City is relocating to Orchard Central and will resume operations on 13th March. We’ve confirmed with Happy Castle that the play equipment will remain the same. 

Price: $38/2 hours | $86/10 hours | $156/20 hours
Address: 391 Orchard Road, #05-05A Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 11AM-9PM | Sat & Sun 10AM-8PM
Telephone: 9058 3945

Happy Castle website


10. T-Play Indoor Playground Hometeam NS Khatib – From $14 for 2 hours


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More than just for the thrills and the wow factor, T-Play Indoor Playground at Hometeam NS Khatib pays homage to Singapore’s Peranakan culture and one of Singapore’s most iconic playgrounds – the Toa Payoh dragon playground.

Image credit: T-Play

Expect a four-lane wave slide among other spiral ones, a high-rise jungle gym full of obstacles and tunnels. Younger children can also have their share of fun over at the adjacent toddler play zone that sports its own jungle gym and ball pit.

Price:
Non-peak
$10/2 hours for HomeTeamNS Family Membership | $14/2 hours for T-Play Member | $20/2 hours for Non-members
Peak
$10/2 hours for HomeTeamNS Family Membership | $16/2 hours for T-Play Member | $25/2 hours for Non-members
Address: 2 Yishun Walk, Singapore 767944
Opening Hours: Tue – Thu 1PM-7PM | Fri & Eve of P.H. 1PM-9PM | Sat, Sun, School Holidays & P.H. 10AM-9PM (Closed on Mondays except on school holidays)
Telephone: 6705 9423

T-Play Indoor Playground website


11. PLAY by Kinderplay – From $12 for 1 hour


Image credit: PLAY by Kinderplay

A recent addition to Changi Airport’s kid-friendly activities is PLAY by Kinderplay over at T3. Taking over the space that used to be occupied by SingKids Playsystem Teddy & Me, PLAY by Kinderplay is a Ben 10 and Powerpuff Girl wonderland that’s bigger and better. 

Image credit: PLAY by Kinderplay

Think suspended clear tunnels and jungle gym obstacles, a moving carousel for babies, and even an obstacle arena with two sweeper arms for your kids to avoid a la the game show Wipe Out.

Price:
Non-peak
$12/4 hours for toddlers below 2 years old | $21/4 hours for children above 2 years old
Peak
$12/1 hour for toddlers below 2 years old | $25/1 hour for children above 2 years old
Address: 65 Airport Boulevard, Changi Airport, Terminal 3, #B2-14-17, Singapore 819663
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 11AM-10PM | Sat & Sun 11AM-11PM
Telephone: 9115 7638

PLAY by Kinderplay’s Facebook


12. Kidz Amaze Safra Jurong – From $14


To ramp up the fun, you’ll find large foam pellet guns stationed on different levels for a no holds barred shootout.
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Yet another indoor playground gem is Kidz Amaze over at Safra Jurong. Likely to be Singapore’s tallest jungle gym, this indoor playground has five impressive storeys built in a conical shape with a hollow centre that gives you a bird’s eye view of the happenings on each level. 

Image credit: SAFRA Jurong

Your young ones will also have access to the Rainbow Maze, a scalable psychedelic rope cocoon contraption; and a dark room with glow-in-the-dark balls reminiscent of the ArtScience Museum’s Future World installation.

Price:
Non-peak
$14/entry for children | $2 per accompanying adult
Peak
$18/entry for children (peak) | $2 per accompanying adult
Address: 333 Boon Lay Way, SAFRA Jurong, Singapore 649848
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 1PM-7PM | Sat & Sun 11AM-7PM
Telephone: 6686 4321

Kidz Amaze SAFRA Jurong website


13. Tayo Station – From $24 for 2 hours


Image credit: Tayo Station

Another cartoon-themed indoor playground spin-off is Tayo Station, inspired by the Korean cartoon Tayo the Little Bus. Aspiring little drivers will love speeding around the indoor circuit that’s complete with a gas station, car wash and a garage.

Image credit: Tayo Station

Other playground highlights include a three-storey jungle gym, a bouncy castle, hinoki pit and a ball pool. They’ve also got a screening lounge for exhausted kiddos and parents to kick back to episodes of the cartoon, a toddler play area for crawling tots, and a chill zone for parents to set up camp.

Price:
Weekday
$24/2 hours for children 1 year and up (price includes one accompanying adult)
Weekend
$28/2 hours for children 1 year and up (price includes one accompanying adult)
Address: E!Hub, Downtown East, 1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3, Singapore 519599
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 10.30AM-8PM | Sat & Sun 10.30AM-9PM
Telephone: 6283 7900

Tayo Station website


14. KidsStop at Science Centre Singapore – From $23


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Not only reserved for the big kids, KidsStop is the Science Centre Singapore‘s dedicated space for children eight years and below. Its 3,000 sqm gallery contains 20 fun and educational exhibits to let your children learn about the workings of intimidating subjects such as Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Explore the intricacies of space travel and our solar system at the “Flight & Space” station or build up your kiddo’s confidence with the Giant J, a 7M free fall that mini daredevils will go absolutely crazy for. 

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There’s also The Big Dream Climber, a 9M-tall climbing play structure that’ll let your kids “climb to the heavens” amongst a wide variety of other activities. 

Price:
Non-peak
$10/3 hours for adults | $20/3 hours for children
Peak
$13/3 hours for adults | $23/3 hours for children
Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Opening Hours: Fri – Sun 10AM-1PM, 2PM-5PM
Telephone: 6425 2500

KidsStop at Science Centre Singapore website


15. Bouncy Paradise – From $19 for 2 hours


 

What’s not to love about a super-sized bouncy island? Spanning some 20,000 sqft, Bouncy Paradise is a marvel that’ll leave even the jaws of adults hanging. 

You have a 20-lane rainbow slide, a 2,000 sqft ball pit with all sorts of inflatables(the size of some smaller indoor playgrounds!), a 20M stretch of trampolines and a human claw machine packed with prizes in the form of snacks and toys up for grabs.

Kids can play human splat in a velcro suit and catapult themselves onto a sticky wall, challenge each other to am obstacle course, or scale a 360° “rock wall”. And while the main play zone is better for older kids, smaller tots even have a dedicated safe bouncy zone complete with mini-mountains, bubble bouncers and a zipline for maximum enjoyment.

Price: $19/2 hours
Address: 200 Pandan Gardens, Singapore 609336
Opening Hours: 10AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 8779 2057

Bouncy Paradise website


16. Smigy Playground – From $16 for 2 hours


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Spanning some 5,000 sqft, Smigy Playground is the largest indoor playground to grace the East and a pastel wonderland inconspicuously tucked away in Paya Lebar Quarters.

There are eight unique play zones in this baby- and toddler-safe space including a Little Tikes driving circuit, a larger-than-life ball pit arena with slides galore, and a knitted treehouse with swings. Rates start from a reasonable $16 for 2 hours of play, making it an affordable option for when your troupe needs to expend some energy before nap time.

Price:
Weekdays
$16/2 hours (Children under 2 years old) | $22/2 hours (Children above 2 years old)
Weekends
$18/2 hours (Children under 2 years old) | $26/2 hours (Children above 2 years old)
Address: 10 Paya Lebar Road, #03-05/06, PLQ Mall, Singapore 409057
Opening Hours: 10AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 8797 3001


17. Waka Waka – From $20 for 1 hour and 45 minutes


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All parents know that mealtimes are a hectic time where you wolf meals down while trying to keep your children fed and entertained. 

But if you’re tired of rushing through your meals, then Waka Waka over at Furama will grant your wish for a peaceful lunch with its Eat & Play Family Deal ($55, U.P. $90) that includes 105 minutes of playtime and an a la carte buffet lunch or dinner for two adults and one child at either The Square @ Furama or Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant.

Let your young ones burn off all that extra energy scaling a volcano, riding Waka Waka’s large stationary jungle animals, and tackling balance beams. The place is safari-themed so little lovers of the zoo will be 100% in love.

Price:
Weekdays
$23/105 mins
Weekends
$28/105 mins
Address: 407 Havelock Road, #05-01, Singapore 169634
Opening Hours: 10AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 6738 7733

Waka Waka website


18. Kaboodle – From $15 for 3 hours



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While vibrant indoor playgrounds full of ramps, slides and ball pits make up most of the options on this list, Kaboodle is one playground that shies in the opposite direction. Big on imaginative play, Kaboodle’s expansive play space is filled with a selection of blue bits and bobs to help your little ones breathe life into the visions of their wildest dreams.

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The positives? Improved social skills, cognitive thinking and confidence. There’s also a sensory play section loaded with an assortment of sensory bins for free play and exploration.

Price: $15/3 hours (Babies under 35 months old) | $20/3 hours (3-15 years old) | $10/3 hours (16 years and above, inclusive of a drink)
Address: 88 East Coast Road, #02-06 Katong Square, Singapore 423371
Opening Hours: Sun – Thu 9AM-5PM | Fri – Sat 9AM-7PM
Telephone: 6247 7020

Kaboodle website


19. Snow City – From $12 for 1 hour



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We won’t be able to travel out to enjoy the snow for a while, but frolicking in sub-zero temperatures with winter jackets at Snow City will be the next best thing for your antsy children.

Image credit: @snowcitysg

Build a snowman, make snow angels, zip down a 60M-long snow slope, explore an igloo home – these are some of the things your little ones can look forward to at Snow City. The simulated snowfall on the upper mezzanine level is also a treat for young ones who’ve yet to experience the real deal!

Older kids can also battle it out in Snow City’s sub-zero shooting arena

Price: $15/1 hour for adults | $12/1 hour for children
Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 10AM-5PM | Sat & Sun 10AM-6PM
Telephone: 6560 2306

Snow City website


20. Future World ArtScience Museum – From $12


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There’s nothing like a million moving illuminated projections that react in response to the slightest touch and movement to send our children into a wide-eyed frenzy, and the 16 breath-taking installations at ArtScience Museum‘s Future World: Where Art Meets Science will do just that. 

Image credit: Future World | ArtScience Museum

Chase butterflies and disrupt the streams of a waterfall in Transcending Boundaries and make your mark at Sketch Aquarium and Sketch Town where you’ll be able to scan your coloured masterpieces and watch them swim or chug around the wall. Don’t miss the light-bedazzled slide for young ones and the light ball orchestra which features a reservoir of glowing bouncy balls.

Price: $16 for adults | $12 for children, students & seniors
Address: 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974
Opening Hours: 10AM-7PM, Daily
Telephone: 6688 8898

Future World: Where Art Meets Science website


21. The Artground – Free admission


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As the only free-entry indoor playground on the list, The Artground is actually a charity-based art initiative for children up to nine years of age – babies included. Its open Arts Space playscape is transformed every four to six months according to artist collaborations. Its current installment, Deep Sea , takes you on an adventure to the deepest depths of the ocean. 

Apart from the main play space, The Artground also curates multi-sensory paid workshops and experiences for different age groups – think theatrical performances, music, dance and storytelling and arts and crafts.

Price: Free
Address: 90 Goodman Road, #01-40 BLK J, Singapore 439053
Opening Hours: Wed – Fri 9.30AM-4.30PM | Sat & Sun 9.30AM-5.30PM (Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)
Telephone: 6925 0621

The Artground website


22. Canopy Park Jewel Changi Airport – From $4.50


Foggy Bowls

Jewel needs no introduction – and for the sweet price of $4.50, entry to Canopy Park will let you let your children have free run of the Topiary Walk’s many animal photo stops, the chill spot that is Foggy Bowls, Petal Garden and the Discovery Slides.

Manulife Sky Nets (Walking)

For a little more excitement, top up a little more for access to the Hedge Maze, Manulife Sky Nets and the Mirror Maze! And while you’re there, here are some other attractions in Jewel that are worth a visit.

Price: $4.50 (Singapore residents) | $5 (all other nationalities) [Entry to Canopy Park only] | Ticket Bundle 2 – $54 for adults, $39 for children and seniors (Price includes entry to Canopy Park, Canopy Bridge, Hedge Maze, Mirror Maze, Manulife Sky Nets)
Address: 78 Airport Boulevard, Level 5, Singapore 819666
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 10AM-10PM | Fri – Sun & P.H. 10AM-11PM
Telephone: 6956 9898

Jewel Canopy Park website


23. Airzone – From $25


You don’t have to travel all the way to the far East to get an “aerial” experience. City Square Mall offers one just as thrilling in the form of Airzone, Singapore’s first atrium net playground. 

And to up the ante, Airzone’s play area spans three storeys and comprises a suspended ball pit, a gargantuan bouncy balls, a 3D maze and a slide that gives you a quick exit from the peak. Read about our firsthand AirZone experience here.

Price: $20/session | $65/special four session pass for Singapore residents.
Address: 108 Kitchener Road, City Square Mall, Singapore 208539
Opening Hours: 10.45AM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 6631 9789

Airzone website


24. NERF Action Xperience – From $39 for 3 hours


You’ve probably seen the guns in ToysRus, or worse, been pelted by one of its foam bullets if you have a couple lying around at home. Now, take all the rabak action out of your house and into a controlled environment a.k.a. NERF Action Xperience – an 18,000 sqft indoor arena with different play arenas and proper gear. 

Round up the kiddos in the fam for a battle of Capture The Flag or shoot your way to unlock the vaccine in a zombie-infested town. And if your child is brave enough, send him or her onto the high elements rope course three floors above the ground. Read about our NERF Action Xperience.

Price: From $39 for access to three zones
Address: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard #01-208, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 10AM-10PM, Daily (Last entry at 7.30PM)

NERF Action Xperience website


Singapore’s best indoor playgrounds for children


We know our year-round summer isn’t always ideal for days upon days of outdoor adventure. So whether it’s to treat your kids for their good behaviour or to buy yourself a little breathing room in the comfort of an air-conditioned space, this comprehensive list of Singapore’s best indoor playgrounds will present you with endless opportunities for play. 

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Cover image adapted from (Clockwise): T-Play, @kaboodle.sg

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