One of the first few indoor playgrounds my kids got introduced to is Polliwogs, and since then, their faces always light up when they hear that we are going to Polliwogs. So glad that the new outlet at Suntec is open!
Indoor playgrounds are such happy places. Everywhere you turn to, there are happy faces and laughing kids. It’s no wonder it’s always a challenge to make the kids leave after play. It’s a somewhat like heaven to them.
Polliwogs Suntec has a longish layout and lots to offer. From bouncy castles to multi-storey play structures and their signature ball-shooting arena, this particular outlet also has two large party rooms for all your party needs. I can imagine that every kid dreams of being invited to parties at indoor playgrounds every weekend. Not only are the party hosts fun-loving, they also get to have a ball of time in the playground. That’s a perfect weekend in the eyes of kids. =P
I really like the abundant seating areas within Polliwogs Suntec. Apart from the main cafe area which is nicely done up with colorful cartoon wallpaper, there is also a separate seating area towards the other end of the playground, where private functions can be held. Otherwise, parents can just relax with a coffee while the kids have fun. Great food options are also available on the menu to feed the hungry kids after play. Basically, you can spend a whole day here.
As with the other Polliwogs, there is a separate play area for the younger toddlers, and parents who have younger kids would feel safer letting them play there. The structures are smaller and easier for them to manage, and the floors are heavily padded to cushion any falls.
I tried crawling through the ‘maze’ with Jayne and nearly broke my back after a mere 5 minutes. Seriously, I don’t know how kids can play inside for hours! @_@
If you’ve been to any other Polliwogs, you would be very familiar with what’s been mentioned so far. But at the Suntec outlet, there is a new activity centre called ‘Laser Fury’, which will thrill the older kids. My kids played it twice and wanted to play it again!
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It’s basically a very simple mission game where the kids need to get to the inside of a very dark room to press a button and come back out. The tricky part is that there are luminous ‘spider webs’ created by the laser lights and you cannot touch any of those laser lines when you pass through. The faster you complete the mission with lesser lines touched, the higher points you get.
The Polliwogs Suntec has kindly sponsored three sets of ‘Free Play Pass + 2 Tokens for Laser Fury’ (Worth $56) to 3 readers. If you are interested to win this, please join in the Rafflecopter below. This will be a great for the upcoming December school holidays! Closing date for giveaway: 6 Nov 12am.a Rafflecopter giveaway