The Polliwogs at VivoCity

Last weekend we went to the Polliwogs at VivoCity after Shichida class. I read a few good reviews (1, 2, 3, 4) about it, and despite being a bit wary of the truth behind sponsored reviews, I decided to give it a try. Samantha’s last visit to an indoor playground was almost 2 months ago, and I thought she had made some progress in her motor skills to have more fun this time round.As Amazonia was the only other indoor playground we have visited, we could only compare this experience to the previous one at Amazonia. The admission charges for children under the age of 2 is cheaper, at $13 for 2 hours. However, the place felt a little smaller, and it was packed with children and their parents!

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The main play area

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The play area for under 3s

There was a special area meant for children under the age of 3, with a ball pit, carousel, and some wall-mounted puzzles. Like the last time at Amazonia, Samantha enjoyed the ball pit the most.

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Loving the ball pit!

The rest of the indoor playground had a mini-rock wall, a slide (that leads into a shallow ball pit), and a series of tunnels and obstacle courses for children to explore. The tunnels can get quite crowded, with many parents accompanying their children.pollywogs4

Overall, Samantha had loads of fun at Polliwogs, despite the crowd. She even dreamt she was in a ball pit when she slept that night!
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