Fun at The Polliwogs

It’s great to visit The Polliwogs on a weekday. It’s so much fun and less crowded. We took a day off from work to spend some family time with Little Edison.

In the morning, we had to attend an important appointment. After our appointment, we headed to The Polliwogs. Little Edison had a good four hours of playtime. Play, eat, play, eat and play again, he is a happy boy!

As a parent, I really like this place too. There is a rest and relax corner for the parents to sit and enjoy while their children are at play. Free internet access is available (please ask the staff for the password) and there is also a wide selection of magazines and newspapers. The place is clean and well-maintained.

There is also a café that serves kid’s meals, quick snacks, finger food, fruit juices, tea and coffee at reasonable prices. After the play time, Little Edison is usually very hungry and he will finish his meal before we leave the place.

He has a new friend too! They had so much fun playing together. I just had to take a picture of them. Do you notice that they are holding their hands already? =)


  • The Polliwogs is located at 1020 East Coast Parkway, Singapore. The nearest car park is C3.
  • The entrance charge is $16 for children above 2 years old on weekdays with unlimited play. On weekends, the entrance charge is $18 with two hours playtime. Adults enter for free. Pls bring your socks too! In case you forget, socks are available at The Polliwogs at just $3 per pair.

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omg…Edison got a gf already? heheehhe he looks cute with his new fren… i love that pic of Edison with the colourful balls… he is such a cheerful boy


Hi Emily, my name is Kyra. There is a giant playground in Jurong Safra Singapore .It is like polliwogs but much much bigger.Don’t worry if you think that Little Edison can’t go in. The name of the playground is called, erm…i forgot the name but once you get in there, the playground’s name is very obvious to see. The giant playground has giant slides.