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Singapore for Kids Things to see and do Indoors

  1. Michael Filippone
  2. Saturday, October 6th, 2012

Credit: Photo courtesy of Singapore Tourism Board

Credit: Photo courtesy of Singapore Tourism Board

Singapore for Kids Things to see and do Indoors

When it comes to indoor things to do in Singapore, there are numerous places where you can keep the kids entertained for hours on end. This city is full of exciting activities for children of all ages that are favorites of both locals and tourists. Here is a list of some fun indoor things to do in Singapore for families who have kids.

The Amizonia Playground and Party Venue

This bistro with an entertainment centre for kids has something for everyone. The Amazonia is one of Singapore’s newest family entertainment attractions. This Amazonia jungle of excitement offers a fun playground with adult size giant slides, glow-in-the-dark mini-golf and a baby-safe play area. The largest indoor playground in the city, it also presents Asia’s first Spaceball room that proves to be an adventure for children and adults alike.

Sentosa 4D Magix & Cineblast

The 4D Magix & Cineblast is Southeast Asia’s first four-dimensional theatre, and they propose a breathtaking experience that makes viewers see and feel even the slightest wobble or thump. There are three attractions at this modern collaborative entertainment zone: 4D Magix offers a pirate movie experience where guests feel as if they are actually in the movie, and CineBlast offers a motion-simulated log ride that goes down into valleys and simulates a roller coaster feel. Last but not least, they have a thrilling 3D interactive shootout game called Desperado.

Climb Adventure

This climbing attraction is one of the things to do in Singapore that the adventurous family will enjoy, and it is an excellent form of exercise. The Climb Adventure has 15m to 25m high climbing walls with simple to complicated routes that are intended for beginners to experts. They have welcoming employees that are skilled in climbing and are always eager to help beginners. There is also a cavern for practicing rock climbing minus the use of ropes.

Action Theatre

This non-profit professional theatre company develops and presents original new plays and musicals that explore present-day issues in an imaginative way. Action Theatre also offers theatre classes and playwriting competitions: plus they occasionally present local productions of significant universal works. It is much-admired for musicals, including Singapore’s lengthiest running original musical and the first English-language musical to be staged in China: Corporate Animals and Ka-Ra-you-Ok?

LilliPutt Miniature Golf Course

The city’s first themed indoor mini golf course, both locals and tourists of Singapore with kids enjoy the LilliPutt, because it’s lots of fun! It presents a distinctive interactive golfing appreciation that no other indoor mini golf course does. The course consists of 18 extraordinary miniature golf holes that are modeled after well-known landmarks of the city. There is a snack bar and store that sells refreshments and souvenirs.

Singapore for Kids Things to see and do Indoors.

Michael Filippone

About the Author: Michael Filippone

Michael Filippone has traveled throughout Europe, Latin America and Asia. Each year he travels several hundred thousand miles. He regularly visits Singapore for business and has a great love of the Orient.

His favorite things are morning runs in big cities and getting lost. He has a great passion for all things that are water-sport related: paddle surfing, surfing, free diving, fishing, rowing… Here you will find his musings on everything from where to go get lost on a jungle adventure to a road-trip in Thailand to a romantic cruise weaving through the Indonesian archipelago. Here too are hand-selected articles penned for him by writers he likes on the best places to go from Singapore. As well as being one of the key drivers behind setting up Singapore.com, he runs and part-owns Asia.com – a travel site on all things happening in the wider region. Michael is known to be fond of skipping rope and other than the odd beer, his preferred beverage is coconut water. He loves to fish and play volleyball with his children. He trained as an Olympic rower and loves to see his children find their way in sports and life.

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