Figuring out where to bring your kids during the holiday season? Pay a visit to Kiztopia Singapore, a fantastic destination where the little ones can play and learn at the same time.
Kiztopia is a kid-friendly attraction. It’s a place where both children and parents can work together as a team and learn through fun activities.
Think thrilling slides, massive ball pits, and trampolines! And even obstacle courses, role-play rooms, and more in the edutainment parks modelled after eight original characters. Each park has fascinating learning objectives for children. So little ones can cultivate their social, emotional, and motor skills.
Aside from edutainment, the parks provide fun-filled enrichment programs that cover deeper topics outside of school. These programs are based on the eight Intelligence Matrix. If you don’t know what that is, it’s based on Howard Gardner’s theory on intelligence. There’s Word Smart, Logic Smart, Picture Smart, Music Smart, Body Smart, People Smart, Nature Smart, and Self Smart.
You can also arrange a Kiztopia birthday party, school visits, and group events for families.
Kiztopia’s ticket prices vary according to the branches. The Single Admission X-plore (2 hours) ticket for Kiztopia Club Jurong Point and Kiztopia Punggol starts from SGD 26.80. And the Child Admission (Two hours playtime) + One adult ticket price from Kiztopia Marina Square starts from SGD 35.20. Click here to check out what the packages include.
Yes. the playground’s flagship outlet – Marina Square Kiztopia, offers activities suitable for children who are 12 years old and below. Kiztopia Club Punggol also provides a duplex indoor playground with different games suitable for children 12 months to 10 years old. All ages, especially parents, are welcome to join in the fun.
The flagship outlet at Marina Square, spans 18,000 square feet. Here, kids can enjoy fun play areas featuring two-storey high exciting slides and mega ball pits. Plus, interactive play zones, role-play rooms, and many more!
The Punggol outlet spans 5,500 square feet and features up to 12 different play areas decked in safari themes. Similarly, Kiztopia Jurong Point is 4,500 square feet and includes 12 different play concepts.
Punggol’s play areas are pretty cool too. Kids can look forward to role-play rooms for creative play, AR interactive games, a sandpit, slides, and an obstacle course. In addition, the Jurong Point outlet features a carousel, slides, mega ball bits, a trampoline and more kids’ favourite play concepts.
Occupying 6,400 sq ft of space, Bouncetopia in VivoCity allows visitors to explore different play areas. There are three giant castle-themed bouncy castles, a spacious ball pit, a sand pit and a creative art & craft zone.
All Kiztopia branches’ play havens are very fitting for families and kids to bond and build happy memories together.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Kiztopia located?
There four Kiztopia Singapore branches. One is the flagship outlet – Kiztopia @ Marina Square. There’s also Kiztopia Punggol in Punggol Town Square and Kiztopia Jurong Point at Jurong Point. Last but not least, VivoCity is home to Bouncetopia.
What should I wear to Kiztopia?
Since there are climbing, sliding, jumping and other physical activities involved, wearing comfortable clothing is strongly recommended. You may want to wear jeans to avoid potential abrasion when playing in certain areas too.
Besides that, all visitors have to wear socks at all times within the premises for hygiene and safety reasons. All participants below 12 years of age must comply with the use of non-slip socks.
What are the house rules of Kiztopia?
To avoid outside risk exposure, each outlet does not allow outside food and beverages, except for baby formulas. Strollers, prams, or travel systems are also not allowed in any of the play areas.
What are Kiztopia’s opening hours?
For the Marina Square outlet, the opening hours are 10am to 8pm on Sunday to Thursday and Public Holidays. And 10am to 10pm on Friday, Saturday, and public holidays eves.
As for the Punggol outlet, the operating hours are 10am to 8pm on Sunday to Thursday and public holidays. And also 10am to 9pm on Friday, Saturday, and public holidays eves. The premise will be closed at 5pm every first Tuesday of the month for deep cleaning.
The Jurong Point outlet’s opening hours are 10am to 8.30pm on Sunday to Thursday and public holidays. And 10am to 9pm on Friday, Saturday, and public holidays eves. Again, the premise will also be closed at 5pm every first Tuesday of the month for deep cleaning.
Whereas VivoCity’s Bouncetopia by Kiztopia operates from 10am to 8pm on Sunday to Thursday and public holidays. And 10am to 9pm on Friday, Saturday, and public holidays eves.
Do note that the operating hours are subject to changes.