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Singapore, a small island country where modern technology meets traditional culture, is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in the world. There are a lot of wonders to see and experience in Singapore for people of all ages. Pororo Park is one such must-visit attraction for children aged 0 - 6 years. The park themed after the award-winning Korean animation ‘Pororo the Little Penguin’, is Singapore’s first character-based indoor playground.
You can book Pororo Park tickets and scour the 11,000 sq. ft. park features a variety of rides and attractions including an indoor train ride, a ball pen, a wood chip pit, a jungle gym, a pretend supermarket, and much more. Read on to know information about Pororo Park tickets, highlights, timings and more.
Being a popular visit for kids, getting your hands on Pororo Park is often difficult. Hence, it’s better to book your Pororo Park tickets beforehand for a hassle-free experience. Buy your tickets online and in just a few clicks, book your preferred time slot for the day in advance.
The Gallop Station at Pororo Park is a carousel ride with pretty-looking horse carriages. Join Pororo and friends at this colorful station for some fun indoor rides and Instagram-worthy photos. This zone has a maximum capacity of 16 people at a time and may have a queue in waiting.
Hop on to the indoor express train and join Pororo and Eddy on a journey around Pororo’s world. This child-only train ride takes in a maximum of 6 passengers at a time, who must all be above the age of 18 months and below the height of 1.3m. You can find Pororo’s Express Train schedule here.
Right in the middle of the park is this fun-filled jungle gym with climbers, slides, nets, and colorful foam play zones. Poby’s Play Gym is designed to be a place where kids find endless possibilities for having fun. 18 children above the age of 18 months can play here together at a time.
Tong Tong’s Little Theatre is where all the magic at Pororo Park happens. Here, kids can meet and greet their favorite characters from the show and watch them perform live. The theatre welcomes up to 16 kids of all ages to dance and sing along with Pororo and his friends at these times.
Eddy’s Classroom is where learning is made fun. It is the center of creativity at Pororo’s Park, where kids older than 18 months of age, learn coloring, arts, crafts, music, and more. The classroom has a maximum capacity of 10 children at a time.
Pororo Park is home to Singapore’s first-ever Hinoki Pit. The pit, filled with aromatic Hinoki wood brought in all the way from South Korea, is designed for children to experience sensory play. The pit is large enough to accommodate a maximum of 10 children above the age of 1, at once.
The main highlight of Pororo Park has to be Pororo’s House - a life-size replica of your favorite penguin’s home from the show. The house comes complete with furniture, accessories, and even a music wall, inviting you right into the one in the show!
As the name suggests, this attraction at Pororo Park is a ball pool with a shark. Kids can feed the shark with balls and watch it come out through its belly. The large ball pen is filled with white and blue balls, immersing kids in a lot of fun!
The Toddler area is Pororo’s paradise for children below the age of three. This fully padded play area is filled with soft cushioned slides, steps, blocks, and a load of mini toys. This colorful area is designed to enhance the sensory skills of young children through movement and interactive play.
When tired after a fun-filled day at Pororo Park, head to Loopy’s Cafe for some scrumptious bites, desserts, and meals. The cafe also has a range of beverages to keep you and your little ones hydrated during playtime. The cafe can host parties and groups of up to 45 people at a time.
Petty’s Supermarket is a pretend grocery store stocked with all kinds of plastic fruits and vegetables for kids to fill into their trolleys. They can scan and pack the groceries themselves or have a friend play cashier with them. The play kitchen here also lets them make some food for mommy & daddy!
Take home a piece of Pororo Park Singapore with you from Rody’s Toystore! The store is home to Singapore’s widest range of Pororo the Little Penguin merchandise - a one-stop-shop for all things Pororo from plush toys and balloons to luggage and clothes.
Address: 6, #02-29 Raffles Blvd, Marina Square, Singapore 039594
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A. Pororo Park is Singapore’s first character-based indoor playground. The park themed after the award-winning Korean animation ‘Pororo the Little Penguin’, features play areas, rides, attractions, live shows, and character meet and greet sessions.
A. Some of the highlights at Pororo Park include the replica of Pororo’s House, the carousel ride at Pororo & Friends' Gallop Station, Pororo Express Train, Poby’s Play Gym, Tong Tong’s Little Theatre, Hinoki Pit, Shark Ball Pool, and Petty’s Supermarket.
A. You can reach Pororo Park by metro, bus, or your own car. The City Hall MRT Station (NS25/EW13), Esplanade MRT Station (CC3), and Promenade MRT Station (CC4 / DT15) are within 3 - 6 minutes of walking distance from the park. Alternatively, you can take the bus numbered 56, 131, 147, 166, or 640 to the Bencoolen St - Opp Nafa Campus 3 (07518) stop, which is 1.8 km away from the park.
A. Pororo Park is open from 10:30 AM to 8 PM every day, with the last entry at 5 PM on weekdays and 6 PM on weekends. The playtime sessions at the park are as follows:
Weekdays: 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM, 1:45 PM - 4:45 PM, 5 PM - 8 PM
Weekends and public holidays: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM, 1 PM - 3 PM, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM, 6 PM - 8 PM
A. Pororo Park offers many visitor facilities such as washrooms for adults and kids, a nursing room, lockers, a souvenir shop, and a cafe.
A. Yes, Pororo Park is wheelchair and stroller accessible.
A. Yes, photography is allowed in Pororo Park.
A. Pororo Park is sure to give you and your kids an unforgettable experience of playing at the park’s many attractions, shopping like an adult at Petty Supermarket, and watching a live mascot performance at Tong Tong’s Little Theatre, where they can even dance and sing along with their favorite characters from the show!