March School Holidays: 15 Indoor Playgrounds To Bring Your Kids To

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With March school holidays nearing and with many activities needing advanced booking during this period, why not start planning holiday activities for your kids now? Steer them away from the screens and bring them to one of these indoor playgrounds for a change! They provide unique experiences and environments that can’t be replicated outside and will still have them beat for the day! From NERF Action Xperience to creative play at Kaboodle, here’s our list of the best indoor playgrounds in Singapore according to location!

Best indoor playgrounds in the north of Singapore

1. Katapult

katapult trampoline park at ORTO
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Featuring 700 square metres of interconnected trampolines, Katapult welcomes all jumpers who are looking for gravity-defying fun! While the little ones might have to give the three-metre Free Fall a miss, they’re welcome to check out the rest of the attractions like the Bag Jump and Dodgeball. For NBA fans, dunk the ball like Kobe Bryant and gain massive air time at the Slam Dunk lane! Looking to help your kids learn the ropes? Grab a cuppa and some snacks at the on-site cafe — don’t worry your kids will be closely supervised under the dedicated marshals!

Address: ORTO, #01-11, 81 Lorong Chencharu, S(769198)
Opening Hours:
Mon: 12pm – 7pm
Tues – Fri: 10am – 7pm
Sat – Sun, PH & School Holidays: 10am – 9pm

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2. T-Play Indoor Playground

t play khatib indoor playground in singapore
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T-Play is not just a fun haven for your kids but promises to serve as cultural inspiration too! Located at HomeTeamNS Khatib, T-Play infuses Peranakan elements into this indoor playground for a dose of local culture while your kids play to their heart’s content. You can reminisce your childhood days with playground designs of yesteryears — remember dragon, watermelon and pelican tile playgrounds? Iconic elements have been incorporated into the Climbing Slide Tower which comes with an epic dragon-tiled slide!

Your kids will also be able to challenge each other at the Foam Ball Shooting Arena and Ninja Course — to improve their core strength, flexibility and balance, trampoline and a sports pitch among others! This indoor playground in Singapore also includes a ball pit for some multi-sensory play opportunities for the younger ones who’re not so adept at the larger elements. Open to both members and non-members, this is one spot to bring your kids to if you live in the north!

Address: HomeTeamNS Khatib, 2 Yishun Walk, S(767944)
Opening Hours:
Tues – Thurs: 1pm to 7pm
Fri, Eve of PH: 1pm to 9pm
Sat, Sun, School Holiday & PH: 10am to 9pm
Close on Mon (except on school holidays and PH)

Make your booking here

Best indoor playgrounds in the south of Singapore

3. Aquarius Cove

aquarius cove indoor playground singapore
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Up for a deep sea adventure? Head over to Aquarius Cove, an ocean-themed indoor playground in Singapore known for its nautical play area and colourful decor. Featuring facilities like ball pits, bouncy castles and merry-go-round, your kids will be spoilt for choice as they explore each attraction and admire the cute animal decorations. Also, the location caters for private birthday parties (subject to social distancing rules), where you’re allowed to book the entire venue and have a buffet set up just for your little one. Psst! This is a free indoor playground for kids 11 months and below (adult rates are $5/pax)!

Address: 29 Carpenter Street, Level 5, S(059923)
Opening Hours:
Wed – Fri: 12noon – 6pm
Sat – Sun: 11am – 6pm

March Holidays Week (2021) :
Tues – Fri: 12noon – 6pm
Sat – Sun: 11am – 6pm

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4. BOUNCE

bounce indoor playground in singapore
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Spreading its infectious free-jumping energy around the world, BOUNCE is the ultimate indoor playground in Singapore for anyone who loves trampolining! From the Ninja Warrior-inspired X-Park to the many Olympic grade trampolines, BOUNCE caters to jumpers of all ages and skill levels! Sign the little ones up for Junior Jumpers catered especially for toddlers and preschoolers. Your kids will be able to scale and explore the Soft Play Area and learn balancing skills, coordination and more! Once they’ve made progress, check out other programmes like Flight Academy and Tramp Camp that will help your kids further their trampolining interests.

Address: Cathay Cineleisure, #09-01, 8 Grange Road, S(239695)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Thurs: 10am – 7pm
Fri: 10am – 9pm
Sat / PH: 9am – 9pm
Sun: 9am – 7pm

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5. Pororo Park

pororo park indoor playground singapore
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All aboard the Pororo Express train! At Pororo Park, fans can immerse themselves in this 1000 square metre indoor playground in Singapore. Featuring everyone’s favourite cartoon penguin, join Pororo and his friends at attractions like Pororo House and Poby’s Jungle Gym! Once they’re done exploring the different play areas, bring your kids over to Tong Tong’s Little Theatre, where they can meet and greet with their favourite characters. There are even mini musicals and sing-alongs to keep your kids entertained! This is also a free indoor playground in Singapore for kids below the age of one (adult rates are $7.50/pax).

Address: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-29, S(039594)
Opening Hours:
Sun – Fri: 10.30am – 8pm
Sat: 10.30am – 9pm

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6. buds By Shangri-La

buds by shang ri la indoor playground singapore
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In the middle of a hotel staycation at Shangri-La? Check out buds By Shangri-La! Dedicated to creating an experiential learning environment, this indoor playground in Singapore contains numerous areas for children to play and learn. Indoor play areas include a massive Explorer Zone and soft-play Toddler Zone that are sure to excite any kid! Alternatively, your kids can live out their ambitions in specially prepared activity rooms. Check out Stage if your kid enjoys singing and dance choreographies. Love drawing? Let your kid express his masterpiece at Muddy. Lastly, if your child craves a treat, head over to Bake. They’ll be taught the basic techniques of baking and cooking while guided by hotel chefs.

Address: 22 Orange Grove Road, Tower Wing Level 1, S(258350)
Opening Hours: Daily, 9am – 9pm

7. Waka Waka

waka waka indoor playground singapore
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Put on your jungle safari hats and head on down to Waka Waka, a safari-themed indoor playground in Singapore! From jungle obstacle courses at Adventure Cove to giant wave slides at Safari Play Area, Waka Waka’s play areas will test your child’s coordination and navigation skills. The main highlight here is definitely the volcano slide, a steep climbing wall with ropes and grips that will challenge the most hardened of kid climbers! Have younger ones that aren’t ready for the physical play areas? Head to the Toddler Area so your kids can play with bouncy castle and mini slides!

Psst, Waka Waka also offers a cool drop-off service where you can leave the little ones for playtime while you and your partner treat yourself for a romantic restaurant date — an idea for V-day perhaps?

Address: Annex@furama, #05-01, 407 Havelock Road, S(169634)
Opening Hours: Daily, 10am – 8pm

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8. AMPED Trampoline Park

amped trampoline park indoor playground singapore
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Located in River Valley, AMPED Trampoline Park was the original trampolining indoor playground in Singapore. With 35 interconnected trampolines, this indoor playground is as much fun for both kids and adults alike. There is no minimum age requirement — as long as your kid can walk and jump by themselves, they are welcome here. Have a toddler below the age of three? This free indoor playground in Singapore allows one parent to enter for free to supervise kids under the age of three at no additional cost. From Slam Dunk Zones to Dodgeball and Foam Pits, this is one of the best places for kids to expend their energies at. Additionally, if you’re intending to head back for a good workout, sign up for their Multi-Visit Pass for more value-for-money jumping sessions throughout the year. Take note that all jumpers are required to bring along their own socks for hygiene purposes. Remember to pack along a pair of grip socks for your kids before a trip here!

Address: The Herencia, 46 Kim Yam Road, #02-11, S(239351)
Opening Hours:
Mon: 10am – 7pm
Tues – Fri: 10am – 9pm
Sat – Sun: 9am – 9pm

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9. NERF Xperience

Have older kids who scoff at the idea of ball pits and gentle slides? Challenge them to NERF Action Xperience! Suitable for those aged seven and above, this is one place they’ll be telling their school friends about. Battle it out with NERF guns at Zombie City or Camp Dune where you’ll need to complete a mission as a team — mainly to blast opponents using the NERF blaster. Otherwise, there are also individual obstacle courses that include high elements like rope courses and slides with NERF guns involved of course. 

Don’t dismiss this as just a waste of time! You and your kids will be able to test your reflex, agility, accuracy, strength and speed at this adrenaline-pumping indoor playground in Singapore. 

Address: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-208
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 12noon – 8pm
Sat – Sun, PH, School Holidays: 10am – 8pm

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10. Kiztopia

kiztopia indoor playground singapore
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Also located at Marina Square, Kiztopia adopts a slightly different approach to the concept of indoor playgrounds. It’s an edutainment centre and boasts activities like obstacle courses and role-play stations so they can develop useful skills. The sprawling play area boasts 18,000 square feet of space with over 15 play zones, specially catered for those aged 12 and below. Do your kids love playing with toy cashier tills? Bell’s Cuisine and Raby’s Mart will be perfect for your kids to bring their shopping carts too where they can pretend to shop and check out. While Pepe’s Ball will be the go-to for kids who are more active! They’ll surely be able to burn off excess energy playing in the ball pit or going down the slides. If your little ones have diverse interests, then this is one of the best indoor playgrounds to bring them too.

Address: Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #01-09, S(039594)
Opening Hours:
Sun – Thur: 10am – 8pm
Fri, Sat: 10am – 10pm
*Closed every 1st Tuesday of the month for deep cleaning

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Best indoor playgrounds in the east of Singapore

11. Tayo Station

tayo station indoor playground singapore
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Apart from Wild Wild Wet, did you know that Downtown East is also home to South Korea’s favourite cartoon bus, Tayo Station? Head over to Tayo’s Road Circuit to learn the importance of safe driving and cruise in adorable Tayo-themed vehicles. For something more physical, Gani’s Playground is a towering jungle gym that will test your kid’s athleticism as they scale the colourful obstacles. Also, head over to Poco’s Hinoki Play, where kids can use special Hinoki wood cubes and enjoy the sensorial experience without exposure to sandbox sand health hazards. This is a free indoor playground in Singapore for kids under the age of one (adult rates are $6/pax).

Address: E!Hub, Downtown East,1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3,S(519599)
Opening Hours:
Weekday Play Sessions:
10:30am – 12:30pm, 1pm – 3pm, 3:30pm – 5:30pm, 6pm – 8pm
Weekend/PH Play Sessions: 10:30am – 12:30pm, 1pm – 3pm, 3:30pm – 5:30pm, 6pm – 8pm, 8pm – 9pm

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12. Clip ‘n Climb

clip 'n climb indoor playground singapore
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Far from the standard jungle gym experience, Clip ‘n Climb is a fun climbing gym for both adults and kids. Get ready to have your climbing skills tested across 19 unique eight-metre climbing walls. Each wall has a different theme: walls like Big Cheese and Cloud 9 have large holes that allow beginners to easily grab on while the Dry Ice wall will have you climbing with ice picks. Concerned about safety? The TruBlue Automatic Belay system guarantees your kids will descend back to the ground safely.

Address: Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, #03-03, S(528523)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Thurs: 12noon – 9pm
Fri – Sun, PH, Eve of PH & School Holidays: 10am – 9pm

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13. Kaboodle

kaboodle indoor playground in singapore
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What can you build with the odd-shaped blocks pictured above? Loads of interesting structures if you think out-of-the-box! Let your child get creative with imaginative play at Kaboodle. Whether through building forts, engaging in arts and crafts, sensory play or even some friendly competition with Nerf guns during the school holiday season, there is much to busy them with here! Best part is, you can join your kids in this indoor playground in Singapore too. Founder of Kaboodle, Jin, has designed the play space so that both parents and kids can put their minds to test together and come up with something truly magnificent — just the respite that you might need after a long day’s work in front of the screen!

Address: Katong Square, 88 East Coast Road, #02-06, S(423371)
Opening Hours:
Sunday – Thursday: 9am – 5pm
Fri – Sat: 9am – 7pm

Bookings are advised to be made. Check here for information.

Best indoor playgrounds in the west of Singapore

14. Kidz Amaze

Westies rejoice! You don’t have to scratch your head trying to think where to bring your kids to for fun indoor play. Touted to be one of the largest indoor playgrounds at 12,700 feet, Kidz Amaze at SAFRA Jurong promises fun play for kids aged 12 months to 13 years. From a five-level tower and 18.5m spiral slide to Rainbow Maze — a knitted playground to Illuminaze — a dark room with large illuminated balls for the kids to jump and bounce on about, this is one indoor playground in Singapore your children would not want to leave.

This is also a free indoor playground for kids aged under one (adult rates are $2/pax). Did we also mention the cafe with set meals for kids (exclusive to the Jurong outlet)? Treat them to a day’s worth of unforgettable fun this March school holidays.

Address: SAFRA Jurong, 333 Boon Lay Way, S(649848)
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 1pm – 7pm
Sat – Sun: 11am – 7pm

Call to make a reservation:
(SAFRA Jurong): 66864321/22

15. KidsSTOP

Does your little one show interest in science or loves to ask many questions about how things work? Make a trip to KidsSTOP, located in the same compound as the Science Centre for a truly unique kind of play experience. The play zones are designed to mimic real life experiences so children can get their hands dirty and try out these activities to discover the science behind it. With a construction zone to sandpits to unearth dinosaur bones to climbing frames and J slides, there is much to do at this indoor playground cum edutainment centre in Singapore. This is also a free indoor playground in Singapore for those below 18 months. 

Address: Science Centre, 21 Jurong Town Hall Road, S(609433)
Opening Hours: Fri – Sun: 10am – 1pm, 2pm – 5pm

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Let off all the adrenaline at these indoor playgrounds in Singapore

With such a wide range of themed indoor playgrounds in Singapore, your kids are bound to have a good time exploring each and every one! Tuckered out after the weekend of fun? Why not plan some fun indoor activities for your kids within the comfort of your home for a change? If you’re looking for reading material to help your kids cultivate a reading habit, check out our curated list of kids books to get them started!

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This article was updated on 1 March 2021. Additional research done by Fatimah Tasmeem

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