Today we went to the Pororo Theme Park
At the entrance, a very nice lady measures the kids temperature and squirts out some hand sanitizer.
The kids get to play in 6 different areas.
A baby play area
Pororo train (not really considered a playing area)
another baby play area
coloring and drawing area
and a small theatre (also not really a play area).
The Pororo house really looks like it popped out of the cartoon.
The gym play area is kind of small compared to other indoor playgrounds but is well monitored and disciplined by the theme park staff (clearing of children at the end of a slide, rude and misbehaved children removed from the play area and sent to their parents etc.
The best part for me was with Andrea.
Josh just played at the playground the whole time but Andrea was so curious about everything!!!
She does like Pororo more than Josh does.
I think the character and animation are more popular with children around Andrea’s age.
Josh is really into “Miles from Tomorrowland” right now (Disney Junior) so Pororo could be a bit tedious to him.
The ball pool and the playground was a big hit with Josh.
The ball pool has a shark character with his mouth wide open to shoot the balls into.
It looks like the shark from Pororo. The one that they run away from all the time.
The play area isn’t that large compared to the Pororo theme park in Seoul Korea.
However, all the elements that are at the Seoul location are here too.
The baby play area has lots of good toys for the younger ones to play with.
And statues of the characters are standing in different areas throughout the theme park for pictures.
The characters also walk around sometimes for pictures and to just say hi.
(Obviously, its people dressed in the character but the kids don’t know that so it was fun).
They also have yearly membership plans so check out their website for more information!
Pororo Park Singapore