If your little ones are far too young for the Singapore Grand Prix but are petrolheads in their very own right, here’s our pick of high-octane, F1-worthy indoor playgrounds in Singapore you can make pit stops at.
F1 Worthy Indoor Playgrounds In Singapore
Tayo Station at Downtown East
Barely a month old, Tayo Station at the newly revamped Downtown East is a must-visit, especially if you’d like to stay away from the maddening Singapore GP roadblocks. Tayo Station is the first indoor playground in Southeast Asia to be based on the hugely successful South Korean cartoon series, Tayo The Little Bus.
With a climbing structure of epic proportions, mind-blowing slides, and a true to life road circuit in place, Tayo Station cannot be beat. This is a spacious indoor playground with something for the littles to the littlest.
The Petite Park at Kallang Wave Mall
Parents of babies, toddlers, and pre-schoolers – rejoice! In The Petite Park, our children can safely zip around without fear of accidentally getting mowed down by far bigger or taller children. Located at Kallang Wave Mall, The Petite Park caters only to children less than 1.3 metres in height, or are younger than 7 years old.
Expect an F1-worthy race track, ride-on cars, baby-friendly bouncy castles, and even pretend play stations! Trust us when we say it might be hard to get junior to leave The Petite Park voluntarily.
T-Play at HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok
If airplanes and rocketships are all your child talks about at home, you cannot pass on a visit to T-Play at HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok. With transportation as the premise for this Swedish-made indoor playground, we’re certain your children will have their fill of vehicles and such for a long time to come.
Fasten your seatbelts and prepare for take-off! Make sure your tanks are full, mummies and daddies! This is one indoor playground you’re going to want to return to!
Pirate Land at The Centrepoint
Located conveniently on Orchard Road at The Centrepoint, Pirate Land is the only pirate-themed indoor playground in Singapore.
The race car-obsessed – I’m looking at you, Daddy – will be excited to find a remote-controlled tank driving course in Pirate Land. Behind that is a Scalextric-style racing car circuit setup. How apt for Singapore F1 weekend!
Race cars aside, there is a myriad of play options at Pirate Land. Roleplay at Supermarket and Kitchen Square, or flex those artistic skills in the Ocean Animal Projection Drawing area – there is something for every child at Pirate Land.