Kids Stop Singapore

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It’s not like there aren’t enough things to keep you and the kids busy during a family trip to Singapore but if you are looking for a place to spend a stress-free half-a-day with young kids, head over to Kids Stop Singapore.

Categorised as an “edutainment centre”, Kids Stop Singapore is a fantastic mix of science centre, role play and an indoor playground. All the exhibits are intuitive and require little reading, hence suitable for the littlest of science enthusiasts.

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Role play at Kids Stop

If you have kids that are still too young for Kidzania, here they can try out role play as pilots, performers in a tv-show or as hosts in a radio programme.

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I really hope that when the science centre in KL reopens it will be something like this! It’s a perfect place to let toddlers run around, excavate dinosaur bones in a sand pit or play shop for as long as they want.

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There is enough to do for even a bit older kids – other than the role play and science exhibitions, my 4 and 6 year olds had a blast monkeying around in this climbing frame. There is also an omni-theatre showing IMAX films.

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Contact details and how to get there here.

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3 Responses

    1. A bit: there are many role play areas, but without the earning and spending money, more like free play in a set. Also parents can tag along, unlike in Kidzania. I think the role play is geared for younger kids than Kidzania. We really enjoyed the mix of easy science exhibits and play!

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