Petite Park in Changi City Point Mall

Last Saturday, we made plans to bring Sophie to the Kampung Kids in Pasir Ris. But when she took her afternoon nap, the rain began to pour and didn’t stop even after she was up. Not wanting to disappoint her, we headed to the new mall, Changi City Point, directly opposite the Singapore expo MRT, to check out the latest indoor kids playground, Petite Park which I learnt another mummy’s blog review.

This indoor play area is specially designed for children under 130 cm. When I looked around, the structures seemed less challenging and intimidating, so I’m guessing they are catered mostly for kids between 1-5 years old.

The playground consisted of two main areas; an active play area and an area for pretend play.

After getting her temperature checked and hands sanitized, she was off for a bouncing good time in the bouncing castle with Daddy.

The area is well padded for little kids and had structures like the usual slide and swing.

Bouncing ship

Tunnel with a view of the “sea” below

You can’t miss the ball pit that could even bury Alexis! Be careful when you dive in though and don’t hurt any kids.

A spinning carousel with swinging balls which was pretty tricky for Sophie to hop on given her height.

There were also areas with bouncing balls which was another of Sophie’s favorite as she squealed in delight trying to catch them!

And underneath the areas, there were some toys for more quiet playing.

After she got tired from all the running and jumping, Alexis brought her over to the pretend play space. Immediately, she recognized some of the wooden toys and told Alexis that,” in school also have”.

Of course, no pretend area is complete without a kitchen set where kids can use their imagination and be the cook for the day. Besides that, they also have train tracks, kitchen toys, a garden set up and food stalls.

Petite Park also offers birthday packages where you can rent the party room or the whole playground for two hours.

Besides Petite Park, Changi City Point is home to factory outlets brands like Nike, Adidas, Espirit, Crocs, Cold Wear and Fox kids. I also spotted Smart Alley, a children educational resource shop.

Another brand worth mentioning is Payless, an America shoe brand which carries hip designs of children’s footwear! It’s a shoe heaven inside.

Compared to Amazonia, Petite Park is much more kiddy friendly for younger toddlers. So if you’ve kids between 1-5, why not check out the Petite Park in Changi City Point mall before it gets too crowded?

Changi City Point, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, #02-15/16 S(486038)


  • Weekday rate: $16 for unlimited playtime per visit.
  • Weekend / Public Holiday rate: $18 for 2 hours of playtime per visit.
  • $6 for each hour thereafter.
  • Petite Value Pass: $84 for 6 visits (unlimited hours per visit).

Opening hours:

  • Mon โ€“ Fri: 10.30 am to 8 pm
  • Sat / Sun / PH: 10.30 am to 9 pm

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  1. Ai Sakura December 6, 2011 at 2:27 pm Reply

    Great post! I’ve been wanting to go ๐Ÿ™‚ and factory outlets close by??… whooohooo!

    • Susan December 7, 2011 at 12:04 am Reply

      Yeah the factory outlets are housed in one mall is quite a draw. And they have quite a few dining options too.

  2. Ruth December 6, 2011 at 5:56 pm Reply

    I read about this somewhere and have been thinking about bringing my boy. Thanks for the review! But the rate is relatively expensive ya?

    • Susan December 7, 2011 at 12:03 am Reply

      The structures look a little similar to SingKids, which charges $18 an hour. So compared to that Petite Park is cheaper. But of course, there are cheaper options and I doubt kids who are younger can last for two hours.

  3. life-muse December 9, 2011 at 12:28 pm Reply

    Okay, I’m so going to explore this place soon! Would it be selfish if I say I’m more interested in Payless? ๐Ÿ˜› haha but its definitely another interesting place to bring the kids to. Thanks for the recommendation!

    • Susan December 10, 2011 at 10:26 am Reply

      Most definitely not! I love the kids designs from Payless. But a mummy who’s a shoe lover, she already has shoes in bigger sizes waiting for her to grow into!

  4. Elaine December 9, 2011 at 9:06 pm Reply

    Factory outlets plus children’s playground? Sounds like a mummy’s wonderland! Thanks for the review!

    • Susan December 10, 2011 at 10:27 am Reply

      Glad you found the review useful, Elaine. Thanks for dropping by my blog.

  5. Edmund December 10, 2011 at 3:38 am Reply

    This place looks so cool! Will look for a time to go and try it out! Thanks for the recommendation ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Susan December 11, 2011 at 11:37 pm Reply

      Yes, I’m sure your kids, especially the younger ones will enjoy it.

  6. rockbliss February 24, 2012 at 1:42 pm Reply

    There is also an educational toys and material store in the East . the web is Nice photos ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. The Petite Park March 14, 2012 at 5:36 pm Reply

    Hi Susan,

    We have come across your write-up on The Petite Park and we really appreciate you taking the time to review our place and share it with your readers.

    As a small token of our appreciation, we would like to offer you a free weekday pass. You can come and collect it at The Petite Park counter.

    Once again, thank you very much and we look forward to seeing you again!

    The Petite Park team

    • Susan March 15, 2012 at 9:52 pm Reply


      Thanks for the kind gesture. Sophie will be looking forward to a fun time in Petite Park again ๐Ÿ™‚

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