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15 Best Kids Birthday Venues In Singapore With Activities Like Horse Rides, Campfires & Ice Skating

Birthday party venues in Singapore for kids

There’s no denying that kids’ birthdays are big deals. Between picking a theme and choosing a venue, the pressure of throwing a memorable party for the kiddos can be stressful.

So if you need a lil help, we’ve compiled a handy dandy list of 10 birthday venues for kids that’ll make them feel like royalty. From fairy tale themes to pony and horse rides, here’s where you can throw down for the little ones.

1. Pororo Park – Private Pororo meet & greet

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Invite everyone and their parents to Pororo Park. At this bustling kids’ staple, the private party room has plenty of space for the kids to run around, with a pretty solid entertainment lineup.

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A Petite Package ($650) comes with free goodie bags, Pororo Park socks, themed e-invites, and 2 hours of playtime for 10 kids and 10 adults. Or, you can throw in a few extra hundred dollars for a Power Package ($1,080) that includes a kids’ dessert table, buffet, and private Pororo meet and greet.

Price: From $650 for 10 kids & 10 adults
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-296, 039594
Opening hours: 10.30am-8pm, Daily
Contact: 6239 5360 | Pororo Park Singapore website

2. SuperPark – Solve riddles & complete challenges

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SuperPark is a classic birthday party venue and for good reason.

Over here, party packages are pretty comprehensive and wallet-friendly. They start from $599 for 10 children and cover all bases: socks, water, gift bags, and 3 hours of playtime in the party room. When the kiddies aren’t bouncing on the trampoline or sliding down tubes, they can split up into teams and compete in challenges in the Super Race or solve riddles in the Super Hunt.

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Oh and the birthday gal and boy will get a free SuperLite membership that gives them 20% off admission tickets and 10% off merchandise. Plus, they’ll get a free ticket to SuperPark for their next visit.

Price: From $599 for 10 pax
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-477, Tower 1, 038983
Opening hours: 9am-9pm, Daily
Contact: 6239 5360 | SuperPark Singapore website

3. ToTT Cooking Studio – Baking & decorating cupcakes

ToTT Cooking Studio is the perfect place if you’re celebrating the birthday of a MasterChef junior and their gang.

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During the 2 hours of the baking party, kids can try their hands at making recipes such as pizza, pasta, and chocolate molten lava cake – pretty much all of their faves. And yes, they’ll be able to eat them afterwards or even bring some home. 

Baking can be a new skill for some of the children but don’t worry, there’ll be an instructor to guide them along the way.

Price: $75/child
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-427, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 11am-9pm | Fri-Sat 11am-9.30pm
Contact: 6238 1578 | ToTT Cooking Studio website

4. Gallop Stables – Pony & horse rides

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If you’re not planning on visiting Gallop Stables any time soon, you will be after checking out their pony birthday party package.

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Go for a casual horse riding session where the kids get to pet, groom, feed, and sit on the pony’s back as they take a slow stroll around the track. You’ll have to bring your own food and drinks but there’s a lil tent and table for you to set up.

But kids will only be kids once so you are encouraged to ball out and throw them a My Little Pony themed party they’ll dream about for years to come.

Price: Enquire with establishment
Address: 100 Turf Club Road, 287992
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 9am-7pm | Fri-Sat 8am-9pm
Contact: 6463 6012 | Gallop Stable website

5. Wildlings – Outdoor campfire & adventure-themed parties

Bug hunting. Chasing after the chickens. Roasting marshmallows around a campfire at sundown. Children between 2 and 12 years old can do all that at Wildlings and know that no one’s birthday party is as badass as theirs.

Each party can have up to 30 people including both adults and children.
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The outdoor play package starts from $500 and comes with a handful of necessities to keep you cool and comfy. There’s water, tent, fan, insect repellent, party decor, and activity booklets for the kids. Each session runs for up to 72 minutes and can be either self-guided, led by an instructor, or a combination of both. 

Add-on activities such as marshmallow toasting and wormeries are available at up to $10/child. The forested playground in Dempsey is completely outdoors and parents supervision is needed at all times.

Price: $500 minimum spend ($30/child | $5/adult)
Address: 27A Loewen Road, 248839
Opening hours: Sun-Wed 9.30am-5.30pm | Thu-Fri 9.30am-6pm | Sat 9am-5.30pm
Contact: 8875 5919 | Wildlings Singapore website

6. The Tiara Society – Fairy tale-themed party

Between its arsenal of fairy tale-themed parties and elaborate costumes, there’s a lot to like about The Tiara Society.

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A basic birthday package ($750) includes access to a multitude of outfits, 2 hours use of the enchanted party room, a buffet spread, and 10 of the kiddo’s closest friends. 

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Of course, you might want to go all out and opt for the Majestic Glamour Party ($2,000) that comes with all the bells and whistles like a makeup bar, craft stations, and face painting.

Price: From $750 for 10 pax
Address: 902 East Coast Park, #02-02, Singapore 449874
Opening hours: 9am-6.30pm, Daily
Contact: 8028 2554 | The Tiara Society website

7. Cafe Melba – Outdoor venue with bouncy castle

Booking out the entire Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre put 170 people you love in one breezy outdoor setting. If you’re looking for a large outdoor venue to celebrate the kids, this is it. 

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The kids will have a ball bouncing off the inflatable castle on the lawn while the adults graze on tasty Western plates such as Fish & Chips ($25) and Pizzas (from $20). There’s no set package but you can shoot them an email with your wants and needs and let them help plan your party along with a quote. 

Price: Enquire with establishment
Address: 90 Goodman Road, Block N, #01-56, Goodman Arts Centre, 439053
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-10pm | Sat-Sun 8.30am-10pm
Contact: 6440 6068 | Cafe Melba website

8. Wild Wild Wet – Underwater-themed private cabana

Sing happy birthday in an underwater-themed cabana that’s lined with balloons, take a bite of cake, and burn off all the calories on the rides at Wild Wild Wet.

TBH, the water park alone is a party itself, but this birthday setup will provide everyone a place to throw down and several props to get those golden snaps in. You’ll need to bring your own food and drinks but the cabana will be fully decked out in balloons, garlands, and tassels.

Just make sure you secure a cabana 5 days in advance and buy admission tickets separately.

Price: $120/package
Address: 1 Pasir Ris Close, Singapore 519599
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-6pm | Sat-Sun 11am-6pm
Contact: 6581 9128 | Wild Wild Wet website

9. The Rink – Ice skating party

If kids have always wanted to experience a taste of winter for their birthday, then take them to The Rink.

Over the course of 2 hours, they’ll get to twirl and dance with at least 10 of their skater friends at this ice skating hotspot. Price starts at $35/person and includes skate rental, party room usage, and a skating aid for skate newbies. Catering is not included in the party package but feel free to bring munchies and set them up in the party room.

Price: $35/person
Address: 2 Jurong East Central 1, #03-11, 609731
Opening hours: Sun-Mon 10am-9.30pm | Tue-Wed 10am-5pm | Thu 10am-9.30pm | Fri-Sat 10am-11.45pm
Contact: 6684 2374 | The Rink website


10. Newtonshow – Einstein & Harry Potter-themed parties

The birthday parties at Newtonshow require almost zero decorating to make it a personalised and fun affair.

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This kid haven offers 20+ science shows and theme parties for aspiring scientists between 3 and 12 years old. Some of the crowds’ faves include dry ice, nitrogen, My Little Pony, and superhero shows. If your kiddos live for cool science experiments and magic tricks, bring them here.

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Each session runs for up to 2 hours and comes with a giant happy birthday banner, performers, 12-24 experiments, and a cake-cutting ceremony when you bring one.

Price: From $599
Address: Full list of Newtonshow outlets
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 9am-8pm | Sun 9am-2pm
Contact: 3125 1952 | Newtonshow website

11. Spin Paint House – Art jamming party

You’ve heard of Spin Paint House. Maybe you’ve been there before. But what you probably didn’t know is that the venue also hosts birthday parties for all ages – kids included.

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An art jamming session at this cosy spot is best for children aged 8 and above. But that doesn’t mean younger tots can’t splash, drip, and drizzle paint all over the canvases. All products are non-toxic and kid-sized art tools are available for your mini me. Just make sure you keep an eye on them. 

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There’s an option to set up food and drinks for the party when you book the entire space. Shoot them an email for more deets.

Price: Enquire with establishment
Address: 61 Kaki Bukit Place, SRK Building, 04-00, Singapore 416233
Opening hours: Wed-Fri 3pm-9pm | Sat 10am-9pm | Sun 10am-8pm (Closed on Monday and Tuesday)
Contact: 9100 3864 | Spin Paint House website

12. Power Kids Gym – Gymnastics & rock climbing

Head to Power Kids Gym for an action-packed party that’ll set the kiddos and fam up for a good night sleep.

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A birthday package at this padded indoor gym gives the kid and their crew 2 hours of guided games like gymnastics and rock climbing, as well as full access to the facilities. There’ll be 3 staff decorating the space, leading the activities, and cleaning up afterwards. In other words, all you have to do is show up.

Price: Enquire with establishment
Address: 81 Clemenceau Avenue, #02-12, Singapore 239917
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm (Closed on Sunday)
Contact: 6333 8511 | Power Kids Gym website

13. Skyline Luge – Races & skyrides

Kids with a need for speed will want you to throw their birthday bash at Skyline Luge.

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At $400, you’ll get 8 combo tickets of 4 luges and 4 skyrides for the kiddos to race down the tracks and catch a panoramic view of the city skyline. The birthday package also comes with 8 digital photos, water bottles, and a pair of sunglasses

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Oh and come on Sunday at 1pm if you can. The attraction operates at a reduced capacity so your party won’t have to wait in line. As usual, you must chaperone the children but the good news is adults can enter and even ride the luge for free with the kids.

Price: From $400
Address: 1 Imbiah Road, 099692
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 11am-7.30pm | Fri-Sat 11am-9pm
Contact: 6274 0472 | Skyline Luge website

14. NERF Action Xperience – Tactical & obstacle courses

NERF Action Xperience is the perfect place for a birthday party if you’re dealing with older children who want a variety of team challenges and solo games.

A party of 10 will cost you $800 which includes 3 hours of playtime, water bottles, socks, a 50$ coupon for the celebrant, $5 shopping vouchers for the attendees, and a cake. And don’t worry. The kind of games it offers like zombies apocalypse, obstacle courses, and capture the flag will easily justify its price tag.

Price: From $800
Address: 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-208, Singapore 039594
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-8pm | Sat-Sun 10am-8pm
Contact: NERF Action Experience website

15. KidsSTOP – DIY science kits

If the birthday celebration calls for sensory stations, science play space, and several zones about the environment and human evolution, then spend your money at KidsSTOP.

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The party package here is pretty straightforward. For every $60 spent per child, you’ll get 2 free adult admission tickets, gift bags, themed decor, a birthday present, DIY science kits, and unlimited playtime at KidsSTOP.

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Birthday parties are held in 2 sessions: either 10.30am-12.30pm or 2.30pm-4.30pm. Whichever window you choose, the kids will have a ball of time.

Price: $60/child
Address: 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, Singapore 609433
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm (Closed on Mondays)
Contact: 6425 2500 | KidsSTOP website

Bonus: Buds by Shangri-La – Customisable party packages

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For a fancy schmancy and completely stress-free option, we present to you Buds by Shangri-La.

At this enormous indoor playground, there’s slides, swings, giant ball pits, climbing structures, and a fully equipped bake room for the lil chefs. A package starts at $1,188 for 12 children and includes a cake, a host, 2 hours usage of the party room, and 3 hours playtime at Buds. 

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You can also build your own party and throw in things like a magic show, balloon sculpting, face painting, and a photographer. In other words, go all out.  

Price: From $1,188 per 12 kids
Address: 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
Opening hours: 9am-6pm, Daily
Contact: 6213 4833 | Buds By Shangri-La website

Throw a celebration at this birthday party venues

You want what’s best for your kids, from the food they eat down to the diapers they wear. So naturally, you’d want their birthday to be one they’ll remember years after blowing the candles. And that’s where these dope kids’ birthday venues come in.

So whether your kiddo’s into baking or bouncing between slides and swings, you’ll have plenty of options to pick from.

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Cover image adapted from @pororoparksg, @deedeedee13

Samantha Nguyen

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