We were invited to a day at the Pororo Park Singapore last week. This was our first time at Pororo Park, and I have to admit I was a little excited because we used to watch it quite often when the boys were younger.
We got there a little late and missed a number of activities, but once we’d donned our socks the kids were off! There is a wide variety of things to do here, from a train ride to a ball pit to a supermarket to two different play areas and a play system AND of course, Pororo’s house!
Here are a few photos of the place.
There is a variety of activities that changes on a monthly basis, and more so on the weekends. They have had cooking, yoga, arts and crafts, K-pop dance, journalism and fashion designing, quite an interesting spread of activities. My eldest made his own pizza during one of the cooking sessions and brought it to school for lunch the next day and declared it was really good.
And if that’s not enough, you can also take home some of Pororo from the retail shop.
The park has a very new feeling to it, it is well maintained and judging from the photos from previous months it looks like they have improved along the way. There are also a number of staff walking around, unlike other indoor playground where it’s every man and child for himself. If your kids like Pororo they’d be even more thrilled with the shows and mascots appearing. But please, do not ask me why they would want to name their characters things like Petty (all these years I thought it was Penny??) and Loopy. I guess it’s a case of lost in translation?
In all honesty, the entrance fees aren’t the cheapest (do look out for their partner and other promotions though!). But it does offer a wide variety of activities and play areas. I think it’s worth visiting at least once, and I know my kids definitely want to to because after 3 hours I had to drag them away!
To get to the park, we parked at the Red Zone and just up the escalator or lift is the Pororo Park. Enjoy!!!!
Disclaimer: we were invited to a media event at Pororo Playland, all hours spent loitering there were our own. All opinions are 100% my own.