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The Polliwogs Just Opened A New Outlet In Clarke Quay With Pastel Cat-Themed Interior

The Polliwogs indoor playground

Cat lovers, unite. The Polliwogs, one of Singapore’s most popular indoor playgrounds, has just opened a cat-themed outlet at Clarke Quay – soon to include real cats.

Parents looking for fun and safe indoor playgrounds for their kids are already well-acquainted with The Polliwogs at VivoCity. Now, this spanking new branch at Clarke Quay Central lets you fuel up with Japanese food at the mall and go shopping before a fun 2 hours at the playground.

Paw-some play areas

Whether or not you’re a cat person, you’ll be super excited about the cat-themed play areas at this new Polliwogs branch.

Image credit: The Polliwogs

There’s ample space for kids to go climbing, jumping, and playing, while mum and dad capture them against pastel-hued backdrops for the ’Gram. 

Image credit: @estianreiner

Fully padded play areas sanitised daily

Image adapted from: The Polliwogs

You needn’t worry about your kids’ safety while they climb on their hands and knees and bounce around the playground because the expansive area is fully padded. The numerous climbing nets and obstacles are sanitised daily for parents’ further peace of mind.

Image adapted from: The Polliwogs, The Polliwogs

Besides that, there are tonnes of spaces for your kids to explore – they can “get lost” in the mini mirror maze, or whizz down one of several slides in the playground that are frequently polished to keep them nice and slippery.

Image adapted from: The Polliwogs

Aspiring snipers can also practice their fur-midable shooting skills at the air gun range. With sponge balls and air suction power, it’ll be all in good fun and completely safe.

Dedicated areas for toddlers

Kids below 3 will not be left out while their older siblings have fun in the bigger areas – there’s a special zone for toddlers, complete with slides and a ball pit.

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While one parent accompanies their kid, the other can chillax with hot and cold drinks or snacks at the cafe area, or use the free WiFi if it’s a WFH day.

Image credit: The Polliwogs

Seasonal craft workshops & parties for kids

Other than running and jumping in the playground, kids can exercise their creative muscles with hands-on craft activities according to the theme of the season – such as Christmas, Chinese New Year, or Valentine’s Day.

Image credit: The Polliwogs

The Polliwogs can help you organise parties for your kids and small groups of their friends there, which will be all the more fun now that we can gather and eat in groups of 10. The playground will provide decorations and even arrange for catering so that you can just focus on having fun with your little one on their big day.

The Polliwogs – Brand-new indoor playground at a mall

A 2-hour weekday play package starts at $20 per child and $10 per accompanying adult. Make sure to book your slot online, and bring your socks. You and your kids can also look forward to a cat play area, run by Purrfect Avenue, that will be part of Polliwogs Clarke Quay in the near future.

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The Polliwogs

And while Covid-19 may be on the wane, you’ll still want to have peace of mind that your kids will be playing somewhere safe and hygienic, and also be well-cushioned against possible bumps and falls.

Indoor playgrounds are the perfect place to bring your kids, especially during the middle of the day when it’s too hot to play outdoors.

Book a trip to The Polliwogs (Clarke Quay Central).

Rates: From $20/child | $10/adult (bookings are required)
Address: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #04-63 Clarke Quay Central, Singapore 059817
Opening hours (standard): Mon-Thu 9.30am-6.15pm | Fri-Sun & PH 9.30am-8.30pm
Opening hours (school holidays): 9.30am-8.30pm, Daily
Telephone: 6970 0867

The Polliwogs website

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Cover image adapted from: @mel_sim_rainbow, The Polliwogs, @estianreiner

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Sheri Goh

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