When it’s too hot or too wet out­side, these in­door spa­ces pro­vide hours of ed­u­ca­tional play for your lit­tle ones. By ELISA CHIA, LYNN WEE KIM CHAN

Young Parents (Singapore) - - CONTENTS -

Our guide to SG’s best in­door play spa­ces and coolest new toys.


If your el­dest kid han­kers for a visit to the ar­cade, while No. 2 wants a day out at the beach, and your tot is in her crawl­ing phase, take all three to Kidzland and they will not be dis­ap­pointed.

Billed as the largest in­te­grated in­door play­ground in Sin­ga­pore, this state-of-theart play area spans a sprawl­ing 14,000 sq ft – slightly big­ger than an Olympic-size swim­ming pool. It opened in April this year.

More than just an­other in­door play­ground, Kidzland boasts a plethora of play zones and struc­tures that will keep your lit­tle ones en­gaged for hours.

Be­sides an amuse­ment ar­cade and a Beach zone with a sand pool, it also has a three-level jun­gle-themed play­ground, where your youngest can crawl her way through var­i­ous ob­sta­cles and tun­nels – don’t for­get to snap an In­sta­gram-wor­thy shot of your kids at the Rain­bow net as well.

There are also ed­u­ca­tional at­trac­tions such as the Magic Pen, where your kids can see their draw­ings trans­formed into an­i­mated ob­jects – which they can in­ter­act with on the screens there.

Kidzland also hosts var­i­ous ac­tiv­i­ties, such as mu­sic lessons, sto­ry­telling ses­sions, and a hand­i­craft class.

HOW MUCH Each play area has a separate charge, with prices start­ing from $5.

VISIT www.kid­z­

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