Amazonia - Singapore
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Directions to Amazonia
Amazonia is one of the largest in-door playgrounds in Singapore. Spread out over 9,500 sqft the indoor facility offers a well designed and fun environment.
Children will find several attractions within Amazonia, some of which are included in the entrance fee. The 5 storey tall play area has a jungle theme with an 8 meter high wave slide, a spiral slide, a ball pit, a trampoline and several suspension bridges and tunnels. Amazonia is ideal for children ages 3 to 12 years and will keep them occupied for hours.
There is a separate space for toddlers with interactive play panels, musical keyboards, ball pit and mini slide. Ideal for children from 0 - 3 years old, this is a save place for them to have fun and learn while the older children can jump, run and have a crazy time of their own.
Attractions such as a 3D glow in the dark mini golf, a space ball shooting game are not included in the entrance fee and require an additional top up.
The bistro has become a restaurant and offers a very good choice for both parents and children. The sitting area for parents doesn't offer to watch the children on a screen as many others indoor playgrounds do, but the space is well designed.
Amazona also offers 2 themed party rooms, one designed for boys all in blue and one for girls all in pink with a lovely castle and princess design. Please do contact Amazonia directly if you are planning your party and are interested to know more about their different party packages.
And please don't forget to bring your socks, for both children and adults or else you can buy them at the reception when checking in.
Fees: SGD 33 for two hours of play, Babies under 1 are free of charge
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 10am to 10pm
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