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sonyboy

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I have 2 cousins from hongkong coming to visit me tomorrow.

Need some suggestion where they can play untill crazy.
Both aged around 2-5 years.


ExplorerKid at downtown east - the rates are complicating! Add here and add there.


Any parents here? Where you bring your kids to some aircon area with some thing like that to play?

HELP!

Thanks!
 

Ninja23XX

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I have 2 cousins from hongkong coming to visit me tomorrow.

Need some suggestion where they can play untill crazy.
Both aged around 2-5 years.


ExplorerKid at downtown east - the rates are complicating! Add here and add there.


Any parents here? Where you bring your kids to some aircon area with some thing like that to play?

HELP!

Thanks!
Safra. They have a huge playground there.


GMAN
 

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vince123123

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I was pretty impressed by IKEA's children friendly policies; and in fact, the recent renovation at the Bukit Merah branch has children in mind.

After all, a happy kid makes a happy parent and a happy parent will be more likely to buy stuff from the store.

 

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I was pretty impressed by IKEA's children friendly policies; and in fact, the recent renovation at the Bukit Merah branch has children in mind.

After all, a happy kid makes a happy parent and a happy parent will be more likely to buy stuff from the store.
er, some things cannot be undo!!! (edited)
 

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sonyboy

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Yeah! and the hot dogs are really really :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:!
mmmmm....
YEAH! Thanks!!

I was pretty impressed by IKEA's children friendly policies; and in fact, the recent renovation at the Bukit Merah branch has children in mind.

After all, a happy kid makes a happy parent and a happy parent will be more likely to buy stuff from the store.
I dont really like IKEA. So many ppl

Safra. They have a huge playground there.


GMAN
I know. Any other place except ikea?
 

night86mare

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well done you thanked the person who made the comment that didn't help you

*emo and leaves in huff*

some things cannot be undo!
 

HeiPiGu

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Toys r' us. Tell them they have no limits on the toys they can buy. They will spend a week there :thumbsup:
 

sonyboy

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I'm sorry, I don't quite understand the point you are making.
He is trying to make a mess here

Toys r' us. Tell them they have no limits on the toys they can buy. They will spend a week there :thumbsup:
well, maybe i will bring them there.

hahaha wait later the thread mysteriously disappear :bsmilie:
If you are not helping me , i would request you to stay away from here
 

JoeJerry

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err.. VIVO city?

I have 2 cousins from hongkong coming to visit me tomorrow.

Need some suggestion where they can play untill crazy.
Both aged around 2-5 years.


ExplorerKid at downtown east - the rates are complicating! Add here and add there.


Any parents here? Where you bring your kids to some aircon area with some thing like that to play?

HELP!

Thanks!
 

ZerocoolAstra

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Looks like this place has 5 'zones'.
One entry fee allows children to access the normal zone only.

Entry to the other 4 are chargeable at differing rates. The most expensive is The Rink, from what I gather.

There appears to be a HUGE difference in pricing for off-peak and peak.
 

sonyboy

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Looks like this place has 5 'zones'.
One entry fee allows children to access the normal zone only.

Entry to the other 4 are chargeable at differing rates. The most expensive is The Rink, from what I gather.

There appears to be a HUGE difference in pricing for off-peak and peak.
Yeah , huge difference yeah!

$20 for full day for tomorrow.
$17 per hour for friday to sunday
 

ZerocoolAstra

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Yeah , huge difference yeah!

$20 for full day for tomorrow.
$17 per hour for friday to sunday
No you got it wrong ;)
I assume you're referring to NTUC member rates.
It's $17/DAY on off-peak, and $20/HOUR for peak. My goodness! Daylight robbery!
 

HeiPiGu

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No you got it wrong ;)
I assume you're referring to NTUC member rates.
It's $17/DAY on off-peak, and $20/HOUR for peak. My goodness! Daylight robbery!
It definitely is expensive if you're not member. But looking at the playthings inside, even I wanna go in and play :bsmilie:

It's a huge playground :thumbsup:
 

sonyboy

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No you got it wrong ;)
I assume you're referring to NTUC member rates.
It's $17/DAY on off-peak, and $20/HOUR for peak. My goodness! Daylight robbery!
Well, money doesnt matter.
They so cute.

must play happily mah.

$40 for 2 of them
 

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