Family & Kid-friendly

Tayo Station Is A Massive Indoor Playground With Multi Zones Based On A Popular Kid’s Show

Tayo Station at Downtown East

Kids want to play and they don’t care whether it’s rain or shine. But we, as parents, tend to gravitate towards staying in when it’s either blazing hot or thundering outside. And this is where indoor playgrounds like Tayo Station come into play.

Spanning 10,000sqft, this kids’ paradise is centred around Netflix’s wildly popular show Tayo The Little Bus. It has a road circuit, ball pit, slides, 2 party rooms for big celebrations, 1 toy store, and a whole lot of fun. It also recently got a revamp, so you can expect a larger driving circuit and  playground with new fun elements.

Roam around the road circuit & slide into a ball pit

Get ready to let your little person run free and bounce between the different zones at Tayo Station. 

Simulated sand play area.
Image credit: Jessica Fang

While the wood cubes at Poco’s Hinoki pit make a great sensory play for tiny tots, older kids are definitely in for more treats. 

Image credit: Tayo Station

They can choose between swooshing down colourful slides into a giant ball pit at Gani’s Playground and swerving around child-sized streets at Tayo Road Circuit on little manual scooters.

The circuit has been designed as a cityscape with pedestrian crossings, traffic lights and bus stops.
Image credit: Tayo Station

It’s a good chance for kids to learn about road safety young such as when to cross the road and how to look out for oncoming vehicles.

Image adapted from: Tayo Station

The indoor playground consists of numerous obstacle course elements for kids to have a ball of a time. They can jump up and down on a trampoline, have a friendly game of basketball, and race each other up steep ramps.

Kids will get to take photos with Tayo and friends during their session.
Image credit: Tayo Station

Although Tayo Station is suitable for kids aged 0-12, keep in mind that children aged 3 and below will need a parent by their side at all times.

Host birthday parties at Tayo party rooms

If you’re on the lookout for a new kids’ birthday venue and you’d like to throw them a Tayo-themed party, then right this way towards Lani’s and Rogi’s Party Rooms.

Image credit: Tayo Station

The 2 spacious rooms will be fully decked out in Tayo motifs and completed with mini chairs and tables for the little ones. 

Swing by the Tayo’s Toy Store while you’re here.
Image credit: @downtowneast via Instagram

There are also birthday packages available for booking if you’d rather leave party planning in the hands of the pros.

Keep kiddos busy at Tayo Station

For parents who are tired of weekend walks around the park and trips to the mall with kids in tow, consider Tayo Station as a safe and fun alternative.

Each play session lasts for 2 hours which can be booked on-site or online. However, there’s an additional option for a 3-hour slot if you book at least 24 hours ahead online. The playground is popular so we recommend booking in advance and showing up on time to avoid losing playtime.

The colourful padded play space will keep the kids entertained for hours as they burn off all their energy. Just remember to pack socks for the whole fam.

Image credit: Tayo Station

Btw, there’s a limited time opening promo where you can add on $28 to any ticket and get a free birthday pass as well as a 12-month Lite membership worth a total of $69.90.

Child + 1 Adult: $27.90/2 hours | $33.90/3 hours
Adult: $8/2 hours
Baby (under 9 months): $10/2 hours
Weekends & PH
Child + 1 Adult: $31.90/2 hours | $37.90/3 hours
Adult: $8/2 hours
Baby (under 9 months): $10/2 hours
Additional 30 mins top-up: $5
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1 Pasir Ris Cl, Level 3 E!Hub, Singapore 519599
Opening Hours: Sunday 10:30 a.m - 09:00 p.m Show More Timings Hide
Monday 10:30 a.m - 08:00 p.m
Tuesday 10:30 a.m - 08:00 p.m
Wednesday 10:30 a.m - 08:00 p.m
Thursday 10:30 a.m - 08:00 p.m
Friday 10:30 a.m - 08:00 p.m
Saturday 10:30 a.m - 09:00 p.m
Sunday 10:30 a.m - 09:00 p.m

Other things to do with kids in Singapore:

Cover image adapted from: Tayo Station
Original article published on 10th June 2022. Last updated by Aditi Kashyap on 7th September 2023.

Samantha Nguyen

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