Exploring Amazonia!

Friday, February 24, 2017

A couple of weeks ago, before the Chinese New Year break came along, we brought our kids to Amazonia to have some fun! I've always heard about Amazonia, but we never really had the chance to explore it until recently.

You see, Dylan has just started his music class at Great World City, and coincidentally, it was only two doors beside Amazonia! Not much excuses not to drop by anymore, huh. 😏

First impressions

I've always heard about Amazonia's amazingly huge slide that I've always thought the kids will love, but what took my breath away was the sheer size of the indoor playground. It certainly didn't look exceptionally huge from the front, but when we were led through the sales and locker area, boy. That was when I knew I was wrong!

Shoe cabinets, lockers and sales area where children can shop for their favourite dino toys to bring home

Jungle Play Gym, Mini Golf and Spaceball!

After a short walk through a narrow corridor, we were first greeted with the Amazonia Bistro on our left.. and to our right, it was the renowned mega triple slide that made my kids squeal in excitement!

Happy children bouncing on the trampoline 😆😆

Aaaaand, how can they miss out the huuuuge ball pool? They loved it so much, they actually spent a grand 30 minutes at it!

Personally, I love it that it has a huge range of activities for the children to indulge in. Apart from the huge play gym, there are also Putters 3D Mini Golf that really set Dylan's adrenaline pumping because it was so dark and mysterious~

The Spaceball room was also full of excitement for the little ones, and while we were worried that Little Miss K may be afraid of the loud noises generated by the air gun, she was on the other hand, enjoying the little "war" we had between ourselves, hahaha.

Dylan concentrating on shooting the target. You get points for accuracy!

The game is played in the dark, with loads of neon paint glowing everywhere! It was really a one-of-a-kind experience that we have never experienced it before in other indoor playgrounds. Do take note though, you will need to pay for both the Spaceball and Mini Golf activity, on top of the entrance fees, if you visit them over the weekends, unless you meet a minimum spending of $70.

However, it is included in your admission fees if you visit from Mondays to Fridays.

If you have younger children who probably have difficulties climbing up the huge play gym, fret not because they have a smaller Jungle Gym area where they can hang out.

The Jungle Gym area has its own ball pit, mini slide, mats and lots of other small knick knack to keep our younger children busy, giving you some time to sit back, breathe and relax a little.

Amazonia Bistro

After hanging out at the playground for almost the entire day, we were all hungry! Like the bigger indoor playgrounds, Amazonia has a bistro that patrons can grab a bite or two, without having to step out of the playground at all.

I was quite surprised to see the food offered, there were Hainanese Chicken Rice, Sweet and Sour Chicken and other delicious Asian cuisine.. and they actually tasted very good, even Nian was surprised. We also took the chance to try out their thin-crusted Hawaiian pizza, since the kids love it. I would say that the food quality really surpassed our initial expectation!


While walking towards the Glow Golf, we passed by two of their 4D Party Rooms and we cannot help but to venture inside to look around. One of it is this beautiful princess-theme room, perfect for our little girls who always dream to be a princess!

Personally, I love the pumpkin carriage dining table that we were seated in there. Alexis couldn't help herself, saying that she is Cinderella. 😂😂 Not like I've ever asked her to do any housework!

For our boys, there is a racing theme room to keep them all perked up and excited.

Would you look at the racing car seats! I can almost imagine my kids having their parties inside, with a full package of cake, food, juices, matching themed cups and plates, goodies bags, an experienced play host and three hour playtime for everybody!

The birthday child also get to enjoy 20% discount on the entrance fee for the entire year, and his/her friends would enjoy a complimentary 1-hour free pass for their next visit too.

All in all, we spent a good four hours at Amazonia, going through all their fun offers and enjoying a meal at the Bistro. The kids are definitely looking to go back there again really soon!

Amazonia Family Fun Centre
1 Kim Seng Promenade Singapore 237994

Opens daily from 10AM to 9.30PM

Admission Fees:
Babies – Free per baby tagging with minimum spending of $10 (below 1 year)

Toddlers – $22 per child with complimentary Spaceball or Mini Golf from Monday to Friday. Minimum single receipt spending of $70 to enjoy complimentary Spaceball or Mini-Golf on weekends.

Children – $33 per child with complimentary Spaceball or Mini Golf from Monday to Friday. Minimum single receipt spending of $70 to enjoy complimentary Spaceball or Mini Golf on weekends.

Adults – $1 Per Adult for the first 2 Adults accompanying 1 Child.
Unlimited playtime on weekdays and 2 hours playtime on weekends

*Do note that socks are required to be worn at all times

Disclaimer: Our family is invited by Amazonia for the purpose of this review. All thoughts are our own.

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