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We Explore And Play @ Kidz Amaze!

Get your kids off their screens and off the sofa for a fun-filled play session!

By Olivia Lim      1 September 2021

This school holidays, get the kids moving in an exciting and energetic play session at Kidz Amaze Indoor Playground at SAFRA Toa Payoh!

The specially designed kid-friendly playground arena, made for kids aged 2 months to 13 years, features visually stunning and interactive soft play centres to engage your child’s sense of direction, motion and coordination.

Consisting of various play areas, Kidz Amaze includes the first Toddler Development Play Zone in Singapore. With larger-than-life, colourful structures like trees, bridges and animals, the Toddler Zone encourages play while ensuring holistic development.

The main PlayMaze is made up of three different zones: the Cave Zone, which lets kids experiment and discover; the Tree Tops Zone, which comprises a Jungle Floor Maze and Rainforest Canopy to climb and explore, and the City Zone with a Research Centre and PlaySystem, which encourages youngsters to put on their thinking caps to solve puzzles.

For safety, Kidz Amaze has a padded play structure and shock-proof flooring throughout the entire playground. With a spacious play area and play structures constructed at a low level, you can be sure your little ones will be safe while having a ball of a time! Friendly facilitators will also be on hand to ensure that play is both fun and safe.

We tagged along with Jerlyn and Jarrell as they spent a fun day exploring Kidz Amaze!

Note: The playground is sanitised before opening, between each play slot and after closing. Due to limited capacity (50 pax), visitors are encouraged to book in advance by phone or email. Face masks must be worn at all times. For more information on Kidz Amaze including reservation hotlines, go to www.safra.sg/our-facilities/kidz-amaze

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