Back At Pororo Park Singapore

Friday, May 20, 2016



Made our way back to Pororo Park Singapore last Sunday - thank you Pororo Park for the invitation! Our first time (Kayla and I) to Pororo Park was during it's opening last year in November (post here) :) At that point in time, Kayla couldn't even walk yet so she could only play in the baby area and ball pit. This time, she was running around everywhere and loves the ball pit even more hehe


It was honestly tons of fun cos we went with my friend and her son whom Kayla grew up with ♥︎ It was supposed to be sortof a double date as well but our husbands bailed on us -_- Oh well, we still enjoyed ourselves anyway heh 


The ball pit was the highlight of our day.. the kids LOVED it lol



Kayla was pretty much screaming each time we took her out and at the end of the day all she wanted to do was stay in the pit haha, it was a challenge trying to get her out of it to leave the park!


If you're visiting Pororo Park, PLEASE DON'T MISS THE SHOW! We missed it the last time and am so happy we got to watch it this time round :) Kayla was sooo happy and dancing along to the performance!! I shared a short video of it on my instagram as well hehe ( @audt )


Since I've already blogged about the different sections of the park before I shall not go into details again - this is basically the big kids jungle gym and the Pororo House!



Kayla and Trevor playing at the baby section after the show :)




There's also a cafe inside the park - total lifesaver for when you're so tired from chasing the kids around and want to take a break without leaving the park! 


Yummy refreshments prepared by the lovely team at Pororo Park for us!


We haven't been to many indoor playgrounds yet but Pororo Park has got to be our favourite so far :) I personally find it hard to find an indoor playground that caters to the younger kids/babies, complete with toilets, baby room and a cafe in the facility. This is definitely one place I'd be happy to bring Kayla to again especially when she's old enough to go on the Pororo Train alone! If you're interested to find out more about admissions and other information, you can link to their website here ♥︎















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12 comments

  1. “Men do not quit playing because they grow old; they grow old because they quit playing.”
    ― Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.

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  2. We are never more fully alive, more completely ourselves, or more deeply engrossed in anything, than when we are at play. Here it is, children plays a lot....

    Cathy

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  3. Hahaha, it has to be so full of fun for a child to stay in a park for a longer period of time.

    Yes... Go and play. Run around. Build something. Break something. Climb a tree. Get dirty. Get in some trouble. Have more fun, lovely and lively children.

    Sheila

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  4. How would your life be different if...You decided to give freely, love fully, and play feverously? Let today be the day...You free yourself from the conditioned rules that limit your happiness and dilute the beautiful life experience. Have fun. Give - Love - Play!

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  5. If you want creative workers, give them enough time to play!

    ... and this has to start from a baby!!

    This is the way to go, Miss Kayla!

    sara

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  6. Seems like this is a real deal for babies and young children!

    Nicole

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  7. Life is this simple ~ birth, eat, drink, play, explore, and relate to family and friends; be happy and enjoy life…!

    Ashley

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  8. No child should ever be too sad to play! Play baby Kayla, play and have fun, and enjoy your endless playful life...

    Haleema

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  9. A master in the art of living draws no sharp distinction between his work and his play; his labor and his leisure; his mind and his body; his education and his recreation. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence through whatever he is doing, and leaves others to determine whether he is working or playing. To himself, he always appears to be doing both!

    Little, Kayla, have a joyous playful day always!

    Kimberly

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  10. Excellent choice of spending family time in PORORO PARK.

    Nothing is more important than creative play through imagination.
    Never stop playing, and never stop imagining!


    Angelique

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  11. Children have deep devotion to life and this devotion is beautifully expressed through the free play. Objects of play should be as simple as possible, to allow the power of imagination to flourish. Buying ‘perfect’, expensive toys, rob the children of an ability to see beauty in a stone or a shell.

    Kayla had definitely enjoyed her time in PORORO PARK!

    Ekta

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  12. Play is the highest expression of human development in childhood, for it alone is the free expression of what is in a child’s soul! Yes, let your precious Kayla plays even more...

    Chau

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