Our Playstations

A large and secure zone for your kids aged 3 to 12, to stay active and fit while having fun with all the exciting slides and tunnels. What's more fun than a lil'rough and tumble?

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Let your kids go wild with interactive console games catered specially for the older kids.

 

Body coordination and spatial awareness are important in developing skills such as organizing school bags, playing meaningfully with friends, performing well in sports, as well as producing neat handwriting!

This playground is perfect for kids under the age of 3. Crawling babies and toddlers can enjoy playing toys while improving their hand-eye coordination.

- Ivy Leung

(Principal Occupational Therapist, Fortitudo)

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 Eye-hand coordination is the important skills behind speed reading, copying from the board as well as sports such as ball games. 

- Ivy Leung

(Principal Occupational Therapist, Fortitudo)

Feeling adventurous? Let your kids explore around the tree houses while they build their agility through the most fearless way.

The best place for your kids to voice and communicate their thoughts and ideas. Dress up & action!

Build your dreams! Develop your kid's creativity and boost self-confidence. 

Let your kids express their creativity through the various coloring materials available and be surprised by their masterpieces.

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 Imaginative play and forming of ideas are important building blocks for confidence in children. 

- Ivy Leung

(Principal Occupational Therapist, Fortitudo)

- Ivy Leung

(Principal Occupational Therapist, Fortitudo)

 

A multi- sensory environment helps young children in their overall development and provides the basis for development of play, self care and academic skills. 

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“Fun” art such as cutting, scribbling, coloring (within the pictures), tracing, copying are all ways to indirectly improve handwriting speed and quality? Try some today! 

- Ivy Leung

(Principal Occupational Therapist, Fortitudo)

PLAY AREA

TWEENS

TOTS

ARTS

TREE HOUSE

Lego blocks building is a fun way of improving those finger muscles strengths to ensure the correct handwriting grip? If your kid is one who complains that his/her hands get tired during writing, get them to build some block to strengthen those muscles! 

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BLOCKS

BACKSTAGE

- Ivy Leung

(Principal Occupational Therapist, Fortitudo)

Playground Admission Price

Monday to Friday

Children under 6 months               

Children under 3 years old            

Children from 3-12 years old       

 

FREE

$14.80

$23.80

Saturday, Sunday  & Public Holidays

Children under 6 months               

Children under 3 years old            

Children from 3-12 years old       

 

FREE*

$16.90

$28.70

*Adult rates apply for  children under 6 months for Weekends and Public Holidays.

Location

3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec Convention Centre

#02-379/80, Singapore 038983

(West Wing, above H&M and Uniqlo )

Operating Hours

Sunday - Thursday: 10:00 am to 8:00pm

Friday & Saturday: 10:00am to 9:00pm