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New Places For Indoor Fun

New ways for an enjoyable family time in this concrete jungle

By Kelvin Low      11 June 2019

The weather is always unpredictable in Singapore, with blazing sun quickly giving way to pouring rain in a matter of hours. Going outdoors to play is more preferred, but these indoor play areas also make for a great day out, as well as being the perfect bad-weather backup plan!

Image Credit: Changi Airport

Canopy Park at Jewel Changi Airport

The Canopy Park attraction at Jewel Changi Airport is the latest on this list. Located on the top level of Jewel, it boasts nine iconic play attractions like the Sky Nets, Discovery Slides and gardens full of lush greenery all around.

78 Airport Blvd, Singapore 819666
www.jewelchangiairport.com

Image Credit: T-Hall.sg

T-Hall.sg

T-Hall.sg is the newest kid on the block when it comes to indoor climbing gyms. 24 walls with difficulty ranging from easy in the Fun Zone to hardcore in the Challenge Zone. All the walls are fitted with high tech auto belays so that climbers need not worry about having any climbing experience to enjoy this activity.

464 Crawford Lane, Singapore 190464
www.t-hall.sg

Image Credit: Hi Roller Singapore

Hi Roller Singapore

The largest indoor roller skating rink in Singapore offers roller skates as well as inline skates. Unlike the traditional rinks, this pipes in funky music and is lit with flashy lights. They also offer courses to get anyone skating, to advanced technical stunts and tricks to perform slaloms and slides.

Market Square @ Downtown East, E!Hub, 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Level 5, 519599
www.hirollersingapore.com

Image Credit: Cineleisure

Amazing Castle

Hailing from Russia, Amazing Castle is a kingdom-themed entertainment play centre consisting of nine different activity stages. This play centre blends traditional arcade games and classic playground mechanics with a modern technological twist. Designed for both adults and kids, it promises plenty of fun.

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