Playful Elves - Singapore
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Directions to Playful Elves
Playful Elves is an indoor playground, conveniently located in a shopping mall. Here, toddlers and young children have a blast while parents can enjoy some time of their own or just join in the fun with their kids.
Playful Elves is family run and offers a cosy setting, making children feel safe right from when they enter the facility. Darren and Huifen run the place with much enthusiasm and the help of Constance, the grandma of their two children. Together, they ensure that both kids and parents are happy and well looked after. Regular guests are greeted by name and can even sneak out for a while to get pampered in the nearby spa or do some shopping at the mall.
In the magical forest kids can climb, jump, play with air balls and slide as much as they like. The racetrack is another major attraction and the layout changes on a weekly basis. The automatic play cars are imported from the US and depict well-known stars such as Lightning McQueen. And then there is the bouncy castle - something all children cannot get enough of. Playful Elves has a range of 18 castles so there is always a new one to discover and jump on. The castles and cars can also be rented for birthday parties or other children events.
The Forest Café is equipped with a huge TV screen - so even parents wanting to enjoy some time on their own are able to keep an eye on their little ones. The café offers cakes, snacks and beverages.
High safety is ensured at all times. All equipment and toys are specially designed by leading playground makers. The team at Playful Elves uses organic cleaning products and only non-toxic toys.
SGD 20 for 2 hrs of fun, subsequent hours at SGD 10.
Enquire about their party packages and membership offers.
And don't forget to bring your socks!
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