Looking for the perfect playgrounds for your kids? Discover the best kid-friendly spots where little ones can explore, play, and learn. From indoor wonderlands with slides and ball pits to outdoor parks with nature trails and climbing structures, these playgrounds promise endless fun and adventure for little ones during holidays.

1. Pororo Park Singapore

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Located at Marina Square, Pororo Park Singapore is an indoor playground brimming with fun activities. The park features attractions like the Shark Ball Pool, Hinoki Pit, Petty’s Supermarket, and Poby’s Play Gym. Kids can ride the Pororo Express Train, enjoy the Mini Teacup station, carousel, and swing. There are special meet-and-greet sessions with Pororo and friends, and weekend sing-along shows for the whole family.

After playing, families can relax at the Loopy cafe and browse the toy store. It is also a perfect venue to hold children’s birthday parties, offering memorable live mascot performances and more. Additionally, the park hosts seasonal events, including the current Holiday Special Korean Festival until 30 June 2024, featuring Hanbok photoshoots for kids, Korean food, and games.

Admission is $10 for babies below 9 months, $38 for kids aged 9 months to 12 years (including one adult), and $10 for an additional adult.

Pororo Park Singapore

Location: 6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, #02-29, Singapore 039594

2. SuperPark

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SuperPark at Suntec City is an all-in-one massive indoor playground for all ages. The park features over 20 sports-centric activities across two levels. Enjoy obstacle walls, trampolines, zip wires, slides, and pedal car racing at the Adventure Area, or skate, scoot, and try gymnastics at the Freestyle Hall. Additional attractions include baseball nets, street basketball, and a golf range.

This holiday, enjoy Minecraft-themed activities, meet-and-greets, a Sub Soccer competition, and a Kids’ Gym for toddlers.

Entry is free for infants aged 1 and below, $22.9 for kids under 100 cm, and from $30.9 for kids over 100 cm and adults. Grip socks are sold separately for $3.5.


Location: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall, #02-477 (North Wing), Singapore 038983

3. Tayo Station

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Themed after the TV series “Tayo the Little Bus,” Tayo Station is an indoor playground that features a newly revamped kiddy road circuit with cars, pedestrian crossings, and working traffic lights. Kids can enjoy tube slides, a two-storey play structure, and sensory play stations. Kids above 12 years old can join the basketball competition station, making it a fun, educational space for all ages. The playground also available for birthday parties booking.

Tayo Station offers a 2-hour child ticket (including one adult) for $27.9 off-peak and $31.9 on weekends, public holidays, and school holidays. Babies under 9 months cost $10, and additional adults are $8.

Tayo Station

Location: 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Level 3 E!Hub, Singapore 519599

4. Jacob Ballas Children Garden

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Bring your kids to Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, as part of attractions in Singapore Botanic Gardens, the playground is designed for children 14 and under. This garden offers diverse outdoor play areas, including a wooden treehouse with slides. With a “Life on Earth Depends on Plants” theme, it aims to teach children about nature. Attractions include a farm, orchard, forest, suspension bridge, and nature play areas.

Admission to the playground is free. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Adults without children require NParks’ staff permission for entry, ensuring a safe environment for young visitors.

Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden

Location: 481 Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 259769

5. Gardens by the Bay’s Far East Organization Children’s Playground

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The Gardens by the Bay Far East Organization Children’s Playground offers both wet and dry play areas in a lush natural setting that caters to two children age group.

For toddlers aged 1-5, the Toddler Play Zone features a sway bridge, stepping springs, and an interactive Fish Fountain.

Younger kids (6-12 years old) can splash around in the wet play area with spinning flower-shaped showers and dynamic water effects. Additionally they can explore the dry playground with its treehouse theme, rope suspension bridges, towering Rainforest Tree Houses, and a 130-meter forest trail. Plus, the Adventure Trail offers various play obstacles for an exciting outdoor adventure.

Admission is free.

Gardens by the Bay’s Far East Organization Children’s Playground

Location: 18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore 018953

Looking for more family-friendly things to do in Singapore? Check out our monthly guide.

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