We'e got the lowdown on all the coolest places for kids to p-a-r-t-y in Singapore...
Another year, another children’s birthday party in Singapore… ho hum. NOT THIS YEAR, PEOPLE. Confession: we’re big fans of outsourcing, so we’ve found 12 awesome party venues in Singapore with great ideas for that next birthday bash (also a great excuse to get creative with DIY Party favours). Read on for the best kids’ birthday party venues in Singapore, including rock climbing, trapeze swinging, cooking and much, much more. Let’s get this party started!
For traditionalists: Jellybean Party
A birthday party + fun-packed activities = super smiley kids! We’ve discovered a one-stop entertainment provider for ALL things party: woo hoo! Jellybean Party are a crew of party experts who have already served up serious amounts of fun to over 120,000 happy ‘lil ones and counting: these guys certainly know their party stuff! You can put your feet up and let them handle all the heavy lifting. Decorations and entertainment, sorted. Magic shows, balloon sculpting, craft activities and mascot appearances – all the best bash faves – are what we’re talking about, and the best news of all? Jellybean Party come to you! So whether you’re throwing your party poolside, in a park, at a museum or even in your living room (brave!), Jellybean Party will have your celebrations spiced up in a jiffy. Need a bouncy castle? No problem! This is the full shebang, folks – a start to finish total entertainment experience. All you need to do is figure out which package to plump for, and where you’re going to host the party of the year!
What: Jelly Bean Party; www.jellybeanparty.sg
Where: Anywhere you like! These guys come to you.
For a large dose of play, play and more play: Buds by Shangri-La
If you’ve got a right mix of party guests coming to celebrate this joyous day, Buds by Shangri-La is the best place for absolutely everyone. Choose from six exciting party themes for kids aged four years and up, including A Royal Fiesta, Superstar! and Wild Wonder, plus as of March this year, cool new themes, Mad Science, Colourful Carnival and Under the Sea. Plump for a package and it’ll take care of absolutely everything from the cake and food to the invitations, plus fringe activities including live magic shows and face painting. Gotta kid who doesn’t want to pick from the menu? No problem: customise your perfect party and let your little one’s birthday bash dreams come true! The best part? Each party package includes up to four hours of playtime at Buds, which means the kiddos will get unlimited access to its massive indoor playground and themed activity spaces. Hold on to your party hats for everything from sensory play to role play, with the supervision taken care of by the awesome staff. Now that’s what we call a party! Call 6213 4833/44 or email email@example.com to book.
What: Buds Party Package; www.shangri-la.com/singapore
Where: Buds by Shangri-La, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
For little painters: Streaks n Strokes
Share the arty love at Streaks n Strokes with an art jamming session kids AND adults can take part in! Kids will give their cognitive thinking, creativity and motor skills a great big boost while producing their very own artwork on a t-shirt, tote bag or canvas, which they can then take home. Purchase one of its party packages for the full-on birthday bash experience, with cake, snacks, fringe activities, goodie bags and hamper for the birthday kid as well as a magician! It’s a party favour, souvenir and fun bonding session all in one for the birthday kiddo, guests and parents alike!
What: Kids Birthday Party Art Jam; www.streaksnstrokes.com/pages/kids-birthday-party
Where: Streaks n Strokes, 29 Tai Seng Ave, #06-09, Singapore 534119
For rock climbers: Climb Central
For an adrenalin pumping party with a difference, scale to new heights up the rock climbing walls at Climb Central. It’s a unique and ideal party venue for the slightly older party child – our gung ho little lady went to a six year-old birthday party and was high as a kite. You can join in the fun too as parties with kids under 13 require two adult volunteers (or if you’re afraid of heights just outsource to the professionals). Parents can watch on from the viewing platform in the air-conditioned mall, and head down to the party room after the fun is over for a slice of cake and a refreshing beverage (self catering).
What: Climb Central Birthday Party; www.climbcentral.sg
Where: #B1-01 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Place, Singapore 397628
For pyjama party people: Petites Soirées
Pajamas? Check. Yummy snacks? Check. Super cool teepees and sleeping bags? Triple check! We love a good slumber party and Petites Soirées brings the excitement and fun of sleepovers to the party child’s house. All you need to do is choose the theme and it’ll take care of the set-up, styling and even the packing up at the end of the event.
What: Petites Soirées; www.petitessoirees.sg
Where: Your house!
For crafters: Sew into It
Softie lovers, budding fashionistas and kids who just want to try something new can sign up to sewing workshops with Sew Into It. Kids will get addicted to the joy of handmade crafts and see a blouse or a soft toy come to life from the design to the final stitch. Throw a private sewing party from the comfort of home for a minimum of four kids and kit the kids out with handmade pencil cases, buckets, book covers – anything they can dream of! Sewing’s the gift that just keeps on giving.
What: Sew Into It; www.sewintoit.com.sg
Where: 333 Kreta Ayer Road #02-32, Singapore 080333
For eco-warriors: Pit Parties at Centaurs Kids
For good old-fashioned clean muddy fun, go for a rip-roaring outdoor party at Centaurs Kids. For the first hour your kiddo crew will have a ball playing a game of their choice – like capture the flag, soccer or touch rugby. And then the REAL fun begins when they dive into The Pit and navigate Singapore’s most fun, challenging dirty obstacle course. It’s suitable for little adventurers aged six to 13. There are shower facilities on site to clean up too!
What: Pit Parties at Centaurs Kids; www.centaurskids.com
Where: 200 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287994 (off Dunearn Road and Eng Neo Avenue).
For toy lovers: Mint Museum of Toys
If there’s one thing every child wants to be surrounded with, it’s definitely toys, toys and more toys. And that’s exactly what a birthday at Mint Museum of Toys would look like – your little ones in the midst of 8,000 toys! More than just a traditional party venue with cake and candles, the museum is sure to delight your kids and their friends with an unforgettable experience. Party-goers will be brought on an imaginative journey through Mint’s vast toy collection, rediscovering their favourite characters in never-seen-before styles. After the tour, kids will be treated to a fun Make+Play session and make their own personalised keepsake using basic techniques like sewing and paper crafting. Of course, what’s a party without costumes and fab photos? You can also rent some superhero costumes for a golden photo album to commemorate the occasion!
What: MINT Museum of Toys birthday parties; www.emint.com
Where: 26 Seah Street, Singapore 188382
For Lego fiends: Bricks4kidz
Hands down best party for Lego fiends is a celebration at Bricks4kidz. And there’s no such thing as a humdrum affair – with every party created especially to the birthday kid’s specifications. It’s a case of fun and edutainment in one package. Did someone say Minecraft?
What: Lego Party at Bricks4kidz; www.bricks4kidz.com.sg.
Where: 293 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, #01-03 Singapore, 319387, and 200 Turf Club Road #04-11 Singapore 287994
For movers and groovers: Rhythm In Me
For a rock star party as hip-shaking as the name suggests, your b’day pal will be stoked with an extravaganza at Rhythm in Me. These guys are masters of invention so can create a studio 54 worthy disco party, a makeover party, superhero party, soccer party, Zumba party, diva party, or rockstar party. The only limit is your imagination. And we know from experience that parents will love bopping along too!
What: Rhythm in Me Party; www.rhythminme.com
Where: Rhythm in Me Studio, Depot Heights Shopping Centre 108, Depot Road, #02-01, Singapore 100108
For science lovers: Newton Show
For a fast-paced party that is big on magic and miraculous experiments, rely on the quirky scientists at the Newton Show. Party goers will have a chance to get involved with weird and wonderful age appropriate discoveries including experiments with liquid nitrogen, smoke-guns, levitation of objects, dancing colourful worms, dry ice, foam volcanoes and artificial snow. You can also order a scientific cake and make your own fairy floss. Ignite a passion for science while having loads of fun! Various parties for kids aged three to 14 years. Mind-blowing stuff!
What: Newton Show parties; www.newtonshow.com
Where: West 887a Bukit Timah Road, East: 229 Joo Chiat Road and Center: 9 Mohamed Sultan Road
For horse-lovers: Gallop Stable
If your little ones are nuts about horses, they’ll want to meet Gallop Stable’s team of ponies and horses for rides and grooming sessions. You can book carriage rides, catering and even bunny feeding or arts and crafts on the side. Want a My Little Pony-themed or unicorn-themed party? Gallop Stable will doll up its team for the occasion.
What: Birthdays with Gallop Stable; www.gallopstable.com
Where: 100 Turf Club Road, Singapore 287992 and 61 Pasir Ris Green, Carpark C, Singapore 518225
For thrill-seekers: Forest Adventure
School aged kids aged seven years and above will love harnessing up and negotiating an obstacle course high among the treetops at epic Forest Adventure. Bear in mind (to avoid disappointed tears) that the various sections require kids to be 1.1m, 1.35m and 1.5m in height respectively. Once the kidlets are let loose on the course they’ll traverse wobbly logs, rope swings, rickety bridges and a couple of leaps of faith. The HoneyKids team has tried out the Forest Adventure experience so we can vouch it is super-fun! What did we love best? Zip lining over Bedok Reservoir at the end of it all! Our tip: bring scooters to save little legs a long walk from the car park.
What: Forest Adventure, Bedok Reservoir; www.forestadventure.com.sg
Where: Bedok Reservoir park, Bedok, Singapore 479244
For mini-chefs: CulinaryOn
CulinaryOn is the Disneyland of cooking schools and the perfect party venue for the junior master chef. We can confirm from first-hand experience that it is truly magical. The party mojo starts flowing the moment you walk through the doors with up-beat tunes filling the big and bright kitchen. The kids then enjoy a culinary master-class – mixing, kneading and tasting three delicious recipes (100% from scratch). You can pick your little chef’s favourites from a great kids’ menu (think colourful pasta, spring rolls and pizza faces) and opt for a raft of other fun activities including competitions and quizzes, apron decorating and a chocolate fountain. And you can watch on with a glass of wine in hand. Best suited to kids aged four to 16 years.
What: Kids’ cooking parties at CulinaryOn; www.culinaryon.sg/kids
Where: #04-63, Tower 2, One Raffles Place, Singapore 048616
For little acrobats: Power Kids Gym
Parties at Power Kids Gym (formerly JWT Kids Gym) are high-octane affairs with the kids mesmerised into action by the fab party professionals. Babies right through to kids aged 10 years adore the action-packed games, swinging, music, dancing, sports and zip lines. It’s all enjoyed in a blissfully air-conditioned space (no sweaty Bettys) and the Power Kids Gym crew set up and pack up. Parents join in at the end for a fun game of dodge ball too! Walk in and walk out smiles all ‘round.
What: Power Kids Gym Party; www.powerkidsgym.com
Where: 81 Clemenceau Avenue, #02-12 UE Square, Singapore 239917
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