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Fidgets: Singapore’s largest indoor playground

December 24, 2010


I’ve found another gem in Singapore. It’s Fidgets at Turf City, Singapore’s largest indoor playground for kids.

This is the first time I’ve been to a commercialized play area for kids. Kids have to pay to enter the place, but adults and babies below one year old goes in for free. Since I went with a family of 6 adults, one new born and a one-year old baby, we only paid the entrance fee of one baby ($8 for babies below 2 years old). Hehe, not bad for an afternoon of fabulous fun time!

It’s a great place to come if you have really energetic kids. There are plenty of slides, tunnels and climbing walls for them to expend their energy. My niece had a blast of a time climbing up a play structure and then sliding down. In fact, she loved it so much she repeated the same thing countless of time, all the while shrieking and laughing.

Come to think of it, this may be the first time she ever climbed up a play structure by herself. Most playgrounds in the neighbourhood are made of hard materials, so it’s not suitable for one-year old toddlers to climb. This is a designated soft play area made from Playtec furniture, an Australian company specializing in playground equipment.

The food’s surprisingly good too. There is a café there that serves mainly pizza, sandwiches, wraps and spaghetti. Price-wise, it’s about $10-$12 a pizza, so it’s still quite reasonable.

All in all, I give this place a big thumbs up.

The only thing is I may have found the place a little late. It seems like the government may be taking back the land for the Turf City Shopping Mall next year. I wonder what will happen to Fidgets then? If it survives, I will definitely be back for another great time with my family!

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  1. December 25, 2010 12:31 am

    Oooh… another gem to find! 🙂 Thanks and have a blessed christmas!

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