Largest Indoor Playground in the World To Open in Singapore

Jun 5, 2019 | Escape, News, Singapore

Culture & Travel 

Adding to its wide array of landmarks, Singapore is set to unveil another signature destination called Kidztopia – a playground which measures one-third of a football field set to open on June 7, 2019

The indoor playground will be the largest in the world. It will not only offer fun to children, but also a great brand of “edutainment,” so its guests can play and learn at the same time. The sprawling area is also meant to help the young ones develop their motor, social, and emotional skills.

The 18,000 square feet wonderland will have 18 play zones with a crew of 11 animated animal characters. It includes a cooking corner complete with bread makers and stoves, a basketball court, a performance stage, AR art screens where kids can draw, bouncy castles, and a massive slide with a ball pit.

Additionally, it will also have a Ninja Warrior obstacle course, a supermarket where kids can fill their carts with groceries or play as cashiers, and trampolines.

True to its grand nature, the kid’s indoor playground is also set to have a driving school to enhance their knowledge in road safety, augmented reality studios, and role playrooms. Children who have a knack for travel can also develop every children’s sense of adventure while riding the indoor train rides. These features make it dramatically different from other playgrounds.

Starting in August, it will also cater to kids who want to learn more about speech and drama, robotics, music and movement, visual arts, and rhythmic gymnastics.

For food, kids can visit Bell’s Pantry, which offers nutritional and healthy meals. Some of its offers will include sumptuous stacked pancakes and mouth watering smoked salmon eggs.

The tickets for the huge playground range from $28 to $48, depending on the period of playtime. Annual passes are also available for $588. The admission pass is valid for one child and an accompanying adult.

Until June 7, the playground announced in Asia news that it will have a 20% discount so grab your passes today here.

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