It's been a while since we last went to an indoor playground with the kids since we've been traveling around and are taking time off to rest our butts.
My wife alerted me to a newly opened playground at The Central Clarke Quay which was opened by a couple and the review was good so there we went today.
The place is located conveniently at one of the insides in the mall on the 3rd floor. It wasn’t extremely spacious but the theme was not running playground but rather toys so it is considered very decent.
|Toddlers playing area|
There is a separate section for the toddlers and the slightly older children, which is on the other side of the store and you have to exit the toddlers area to enter.
Oscar sneaked in to the toddler section to play for a while before he decides to head down to the main playing area after getting bored, lol.
Meanwhile, Oliver continued to enjoy his toddler playing area...
The toys are of highest quality there as it is from Hape and is made of all wood instead of the cheaper plastic toys you see out there.
|Standing on his own :)|
|Where's my missing piece!?|
|What fruit is this?|
Meanwhile, I went to accompany Oscar while my wife stayed behind to play with Oliver at the toddler area.
|This is the Main Playing Area, which is hugeeee|
The main playing area is divided into 3 big sections.
The first section is the transportation and role playing area where kids can play with cars and transportation to their imagination.
Oscar loves this section the most.
|Oscar arranging all his transports, creating a massive jam|
|Role Playing hospitals and schools|
The second section I would categorize it under the creativity section as it has a wide range from 3D puzzle to real music instruments to block puzzle and arts and crafts.
Personally, I found this section the most amazing because the toys are of really high quality and it is a very intellectual toys which you seldom see on the toy store.
|The range of toys available are very wide|
The third section is the kitchen and cake section where kids get to go to the supermarket, select their stuff, pay them at the cashier and have them cut and cooked in the kitchen.
The utensils and ingredients are mostly complete so you have a large selection of the food you can cook.
|Who wants a cake?|
|Daddy waiting for buyer|
|Getting busy in the kitchen|
|Shopping at the supermarket|
|Cash or card?|