19 Best Big Indoor Playground and Gym in Singapore!

There are many places for families to play indoors in Singapore. It gives kids a place to run around and burn off extra energy while giving parents a safe place to take a break. It’s also great for family fun and making memories.

But what if you can’t decide where you want to go? Let’s list some of our favorite and best indoor parks and places to play in Singapore.

Here is a list of the indoor playgrounds that we think are the best for kids and families.

1. Amazonia

Location: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #03-113 Great World, Singapore 237994 , A popular indoor playground, wasn’t on our list until it got a makeover in 2019. The new design gives the area an Arctic theme and makes it much brighter, cheerier, and happier. With the on-site restaurant, parents can take a break while their kids run wild.

At the playground, the famous 4-tier blue slide is still a favorite. It goes very fast and is very high, so first-timers should be ready.

Website: Amazonia

2. Kidz Amaze Toa Payoh

Address: SAFRA Toa Payoh, 293 Lor 6 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319387.

Kidz Amaze Toa Payoh is inside SAFRA Toa Payoh. It has an amazing 12,700 square feet of play area, which is about the size of 2.5 basketball courts, and a built-up room with up to 3 floors of play space! It is also one of the few indoor playgrounds with a separate area for toddlers, where they can play without bothering the bigger kids.

In 2019, our readers also chose Kidz Amaze Toa Payoh as the best indoor playground in Singapore.

Website: Kidz Amaze Toa Payoh

3. Kiztopia

Address: Singapore 039594 Marina Square, 6 Raffles Blvd., #01-09

This is probably Singapore’s biggest indoor playground. It has a huge 18,000 square feet of play room with 18 play zones and a Kith Cafe. Kiztopia is the largest playground there is.

It is near Marina Square and has been very popular with families since it opened in the middle of 2019. And because size matters, Kiztopia made our list as one of our favorite places to go and suggest.

Website: Kiztopia

4. Play! is a book by KinderPlay

Address: Changi Airport Terminal 3, 65 Airport Boulevard #B2-14/15/16/17 is where you can find it.

At Changi Airport Terminal 3, there is an indoor playground called Play! by KinderPlay. It is based on the Cartoon Network and has parts from shows like Ben 10 and the Powerpuff Girls.

The place where Play! takes place is our favorite part. Play! is in Changi Airport Terminal 3 Basement 2. The community space ST3PS is right next to the playground, and there are many places to eat and drink when you go. The playground is a great place to spend a whole day with your family because of where it is.

Website:  Play! by KinderPlay


Location: Paya Lebar Quarter Mall, 10 Paya Lebar Road #03-05/06 Singapore 409057

When it first opened, SMIGY got a lot of attention, and it quickly became one of the most famous playgrounds in the East. Families from Punggol and even Jurong have come all the way to PLQ Mall to visit the playground. So many people can’t be wrong about the playground, can they?

We went to the playground when it first opened, and we were drawn to how it used soft colors all over, from the play equipment to the balls in the ball pit. The colors all went together in a way that looked magical. The colors also make the field look bright and happy, which makes you feel good.

Website: SMIGY PLQ Mall 

6. City of Snow

Address: Singapore 609433, 21 Jurong Town Hall Rd.

This is the only place in Singapore where it snows. Even though Snow City is not your typical indoor playground, it would be a mistake not to include it on this list. It is a unique place where families can play in snow and enjoy the different snow play areas.

Don’t miss the exciting 60-meter snow slide that kids and families can zoom down. It’s a highlight of any trip.

Website:Snow City

7. SuperPark Singapore

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

At Suntec City (North Wing), SuperPark Singapore is an all-in-one park where kids can have fun! It’s on two floors of the mall and has games that are fun for both kids and their parents.

It’s a lot of fun not only for the kids but also for the adults. Many of the things to do will be fun for both young and old. We couldn’t leave this off the list because it’s so much fun for the whole family.

Website: SuperPark Singapore 

8. Splash@Kidz Amaze

Location: SAFRA Punggol, 9 Sentul Cres Singapore 828654

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The list grows by one more Kidz Amaze! At SAFRA Punggol, there is a place called Splash@Kidz Amaze that is both an indoor playground and a place to play in the water. How can we not go to an indoor water playground where we can get wet and have fun without having to worry about the weather? Is there a reason why the playground shouldn’t be on this list?

Maybe if you don’t like getting wet when a big bucket dumps a lot of water on you!

Website: Splash@Kidz Amaze 

9. T-Play at HomeTeamNs Khatib

Location: HomeTeamNS Khatib, 2 Yishun Walk, Singapore 767944

T-Play at HomeTeam is a new indoor playground that just opened in Singapore.NS Khatib is the first place to play with a Peranakan theme. It has many swings, a ball put, climbing structures, and bright colors for families to enjoy.

We loved how the full-length glass windows and high ceiling let light into the whole play area and made it feel very bright and open.

Website: T-Play at HomeTeamNs Khatib

10.The Joy Of Toys

Location: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street #03-51 Clarke Quay Central, 059817

The Joy of Toys is an indoor play place at Clarke Quay Central that is often recommended for kids who are younger. You won’t find a lot of running around or big play items here. Instead, kids will find different kinds of toys to play with and use their imaginations. The venue is a good place for families to hang out, have fun, and relax, away from the normal stress of life.

People often tell younger kids to read it on social media and groups.

Website: The Joy of Toys

11. Waka Waka, Annex@Furama

Annex@furama, 407 Havelock Rd #05-01, Singapore 169634

Waka Waka is an indoor playground with a Safari theme. There are different play areas for kids of all ages, from the junior area for babies to the rope course for more adventurous kids.

Parents will also be happy to hear that Waka Waka has a big dining and cafe area where they can rest their tired feet while the kids run wild. Even though the play area is fun, the cafe is probably the main reason why Waka Waka is on this list of the best indoor parks.

Website: Waka Waka

12. Kidodo Playground

Location: #02-19A City Square Mall

Kidodo Playground opened in July 2021 on Level 2 of City Square Mall to bring fun and happiness to parents in the area. The playground isn’t as big as the mega parks, but it has a lot of different things to play with. The owner said that his daughter loves indoor parks, so they made sure the Kidodo has all the things she likes to play with. This includes a big ball pit, slides, trampolines, a play area that looks like sand, and more!

Website: Kidodo Playground

13. SMIGY Tiong Bahru

Venue: Tiong Bahru Plaza, #02-115A

Even though the SMIGY Tiong Bahru is smaller than the one in the PLQ mall, it’s just as much fun!  The playground has a big ball pit that kids can jump into or, if they’re feeling brave, they can slide into. The ball pit also has a moving horse, a swing, slides, an interactive wall, and air guns that can be used to shoot the balls.

A “race track” that goes around the field lets the kids run fast! Sit on one of the mini-race cars and they can go on a trip around the carousel, under a bridge, and all around. Even at the back of the field, there are secret spots to discover.

Website: SMIGY Tiong Bahru

14. SMIGY United Square

Location: Level 1, United Square, across from Information Services

The newest SMIGY Indoor Playground is in United Square, which is one of the most kid-friendly malls in Singapore. It has its signature pastel-colored play elements.

The big ball pit with pink and white balls will be fun for younger kids. From throwing balls at the interactive wall to filling the “space” ball choice, there are lots of ways to play. We’re sure that kids of all ages will get stuck in this area for a long time.

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On a fun tube slide, kids can sit on a plastic tube and slide down the slide. Be careful, though, because the ride goes really fast.  Kids will probably spend the rest of their energy at the trampoline park after going down the slide. You won’t just find regular trampolines, though. There will also be an interactive trampoline where your movements will affect the projections, as well as a Velcro Spider Wall where you can wear a Velcro suit and “stick” yourself to the wall.

Website: SMIGY United Square

15. Pororo Park

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

The 11,000-square-foot park is one of the biggest in Singapore and is based on “Pororo,” Korea’s favorite animated show. It is full of different activities and play areas. After being closed for repairs in September 2021, Pororo Park Singapore is now ready to open its doors to the public again.

The gym area in the new play area is bigger. new baby play area, interactive wall in the ball pit, and obstacle course! There are still popular features like the train ride!

Website: Pororo Park’s .


Location: City Square Mall, 180 Kitchener Road #02-K4/K10 Singapore Imagine being suspended in the air between floors of a mall and bouncing on a cargo net without a care (or maybe with some worry). That’s what it’s like at AIRZONE at City Square Mall!

This unique experience lets you and your little ones enjoy a trampoline-like experience but in mid-air. It’s exciting, fun, and also wears you out. People can also slide down from one level to the next and play in different ways. We had to put AIRZONE on the list because it’s such a unique experience.

Website: AIRZONE

17. Future World

Location: 6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974

Through a collection of digital installations, everyone in the family can connect with art, science, magic, and metaphor in Future World at the ArtScience Museum. It is one of the most interactive and kid-friendly permanent displays in Singapore’s museums, and you should not miss it.

The whole thing is a mix of exploring, learning, and having fun, and there are lots of chances to take pictures to remember it by.

Website: Future World

18. Headrock VR

Location: 26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-38/39, 098138

In Singapore, there is no other place to play like Headrock VR. This virtual reality playground is on Sentosa, and it gives you and your family the chance to try out different VR games and sets in one place. You can swing from tree to tree, ride a snow sled, fight monsters and robots, and even defuse a bomb from the top of a tall building. When you go to Headrock VR, you can expect to hear a lot of screams and laughs.

*Headrock VR is closed right now because it is moving to a new place at Sentosa.

Website: Headrock VR 

19. Katapult Trampoline Park

Location: 81, 01-11 Lor Chencharu, ORTO, 769198

ORTO is a family-friendly place where you can find Katapult Trampoline Park, which is one of the biggest trampoline parks in Singapore. We love that the venue has an air-conditioned watching area where parents can watch their kids without getting too hot or cold. If parents want to join in, they should still do so!

Another reason to include Katapult is that after their lesson, families can try out some of the other activities at ORTO. Families can easily spend an entire day at ORTO because there are so many things to do and places to eat that are good for kids.

Website: Katapult Trampoline Park 


Singapore has a lot of different indoor playgrounds for kids to choose from. You can find something for your child of any age and interest, from playgrounds with themes to multi-activity play and trampoline places.

So, we made a list of the best indoor parks for kids in Singapore to help you find places where your family can have fun and be safe. You can go fast down slides, get past difficult obstacles, or bounce as much as you want in big bouncy houses. We’re sure that all of these places are fun for kids.

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