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Kids Go Wild About AMAZONIA Singapore

I like the malls here in Singapore since most of them try to think of all members of the family when it comes to entertainment.  Anyone with babies and toddlers in tow knows how tiring it is to entertain a bored, cranky little one when on a shopping trip.  So it's really great that a lot of shopping centers here provide safe, clean, free-for-use outdoor play areas for their petite guests.

But if you're that type who wants your kids having fun inside the mall with access to ac (and doesn't mind paying a little), then AMAZONIA is a good option for you.

Source: AMAZONIA Singapore website

Touted as the very first fully themed and integrated Family Entertainment Centre in Singapore, the AMAZONIA is 9,500 sq. ft. of fun for both kids and their families alike.

Attractions include a space ball room where kids try to hit glow-in-the-dark targets, a mini 3D glow golf area called Putters, and a huge, 6-storey jungle-themed play gym complete with an 8 meter wave slide (which, by the way, the Husband and I fully enjoyed too.  J)

Jungle play gym

For the little ones, there's a special toddler soft play area, where your babies can play in peace.

Toddler play area

Although I feel that AMAZONIA is more suited for older kids as most of the play areas are available for use for older children only.  I don't know about yours, but as long as a play area has a ball pit (and good thing this place has a huge one!), my Little One is just as content.

A sea of colorful balls

There's also a bistro offering comfy seating and good food for both kids and adults alike.  A good place to recharge after hours of play.


Finding a good place for little ones to enjoy themselves at play is more important than any old shopping trip.  The memories stick with them forever, not those pair of GAP cargo pants.  J


Great World City Mall
Level 3 Unit #03-08
1 Kim Seng Promenade
Singapore 237994.
T     +65 6235 4522

Please visit the AMAZONIA Singapore website (click here for the site) for more information on operating hours and entrance fees.

Planning to visit?  Drop by my "Getting Around Singapore" post (click here) for more details on how to get around the Lion City.


  1. Another reason to visit SG :). Hey, my daughter and I are going there this October! Maybe we could meet up or something :)


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