10 Fun Indoor Playgrounds To Bring Your Little Ones To In Kuala Lumpur

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Away from the toasty heat, indoor playgrounds are great for little ones to climb, crawl and run to their heart’s content, while you sit back and keep an eye on them as they exhaust their seemingly endless supply of energy.

Here’s your guide to 10 fun indoor playgrounds, packed with slides, ball pits, tunnels, sand pits and trampolines that you can find in Kuala Lumpur.

Forgot your umbrella/sun screen? No problem! As long as you don’t forget your pair of socks that is.

1. Asobi J Land at Paradigm

Asobi J Land at Paradigm

Photo credits Asobi J Land

A soft padded indoor playground, Asobi J Land (formerly J Kids) with its mini rides, has a slight feel of a scaled-down amusement park. Don’t worry about your little tots getting bored soon for there is a big ball pool set in the midst of a fort-like structure to keep them entertained for, we presume, a long time. Little ones will also enjoy the wide slides, soft merry-go-round and sand pit filled with toys.

Aside from an outlet at Paradigm, Asobi J Land also has two other outlets, at Publika and Gamda Walk.

Asobi J Land -  http://asobi-j-land.com/
Paradigm, 1F, 28, No 1, Jalan SS 7/26A, Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 47301

Operating hours
Daily: 10 am – 9 pm (last admission: 8.40 pm)

Before 7 pm: RM 30 | After 7 pm: RM 20

2. SuperKidz Indoor Playground at Pearl Shopping Gallery

SuperKidz Indoor Playground at Pearl Shopping Gallery

Photo credits SuperKidz Indoor Playground

While SuperKidz is not super huge, with two locations—Pearl Shopping Gallery and 1 Shamelin Mall—little tots are sure to have a ball exploring the indoor playground, featuring racer slides, swirly slide, ball pit, tunnels, ‘coconut’ swings hanging from a ‘coconut’ tree, and a sand pit with ample of buckets, shovels and sand trucks.

SuperKidz Indoor Playgroundhttps://www.facebook.com/SuperKidzIndoorPlayground/
Pearl Shopping Gallery, No. 2A, Jalan Sepadu, Off Jalan Klang Lama, 58200 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours
Daily: 10.00 am – 9.30 pm


3. The Parenthood Playland at Sunway Pyramid Mall

The Parenthood Playland

Photo credits The Parenthood

If your little princes, princesses and knights are in need of a castle to rule over, you don’t have to search far, for The Parenthood Playland, a London-street themed playground has a big castle-like play structure. There are spaces for little ones to climb and crawl, slides, ball pit, mini trampolines and more for your little highnesses to explore.

Parenthood Playland - https://theparenthood.com.my
Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall,  First Floor, Unit SPW F003, Sunway Pyramid West, No.3 Jalan PJS 11/15, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Operating hours


4. Jungle Gym at Atria Shopping Gallery

Jungle Gym at Atria Shopping Gallery

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Jungle Gym at Atria Shopping Gallery is a huge indoor playground, possibly one of the biggest in the area. With the main play structure as huge as it is, little ones get to climb and crawl through tunnels, zoom down the different slides, shoot sponge balls with air guns, play with bouncy balls and so much more. Aside from that there is also a movie room and a play area for the younger ones, featuring mini-merry-go-round, slide and ball-pit.

The different play areas catering to different age groups, not only provides a good physical workout but also a mental workout for the little ones. Jungle Gym also has outlets at Bangsar Shopping Centre and Sky Avenue.

Jungle Gym - http://www.junglegym.my/
Atria Shopping Gallery,
2nd floor, Jalan SS22/23, Damansara Jaya, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Operating hours
Mon – Fri: 10 am – 9 pm (closed for cleaning – Mon: 7 pm – 9 pm)

Sat – Sun: 10 am – 10 pm


Toddler (below 2 yrs): RM 25
Kids (above 2 yrs): RM 48
Guardian: RM 5

Weekend/Public holiday/School holiday
Toddler (below 2 yrs): RM 35
Kids (above 2 yrs): RM 66
Guardian: RM 5

5. Waka Waka

Waka Waka

Photo credits Fave

Located in the lower ground of Furama Bukit Bintang Hotel is Waka Waka, a magical-themed indoor playground filled with castle-like play structure, prince and princess stickers and a magnificent carriage. This magical kingdom also has an active volcano toddlers can scale and slide down, alongside multiple slides, tunnels and obstacles. Separate from the main play area is also a play space with smaller equipment for the younger tots.

And while your little humans are frolicking about at the magical kingdom, you can sit back and relax at the in-house bistro.

Waka Waka Indoor Playground - https://playatwakawaka.com/home/kl
Furama Bukit Bintang, LG Floor, 136 Jalan Changkat Thambi Dollah, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours
Weekday: 10 am – 7 pm

Weekend/Public holidays: 10 am – 8 pm
School holidays: 10 am – 8 pm

Weekday (unlimited free play)

Child (above 90 cm): RM 21
Child (below 90 cm): RM 16.80

Weekend/Public holidays/Eve of Public holidays/School holiday (unlimited free play)
Child (above 90 cm): RM 28
Child (below 90 cm): RM 21

6. Kidorealm

Kidorealm KL

Photo credits Kidorealm

Kidorealm has most things you can find at an indoor playground, a main play structure with slides, sand pit with toys, pretend play area with kitchen and dollhouse sets, and even a track for mini-rides. But there’s something different about this ocean-themed playground. Instead of the usual plastic playthings, the equipment here are mostly made of wood, including the ship play structure and ‘sand’ pit that’s actually filled with wood chips.

Additionally, you can also shop for a range of toys, games and educational books at Kidorealm.

Kidorealm - https://www.facebook.com/kidorealm/
Sunway Geo Avenue, B1-03-02, Level 3,Block B1, Jalan Lagoon Selatan, 47500, Bandar Sunway, Selangor, Malaysia

Operating hours
Daily: 10 am – 9 pm

Weekday: RM 45

Weekend & Public holidays: RM 55

*Entry fee for per kid is inclusive of 2 adults

7. Funtopia Courtyard

Funtopia Courtyard

Photo credits Funtopia Courtyard

Funtopia Courtyard is perfect for energetic little tykes who love climbing but are not quite ready to hit the real rock walls. Little ones will get a good workout on the bright and vibrant walls with different themed challenges. And if they’re ready to take the thrill-factor one step up, they could hit the Jungle Ropes, a series of ropes obstacles course.

While the young ones are busy scaling walls and zip-lining down a long slide, the younger ones can explore The Magic Maze, featuring the usual tunnels, obstacles, bouncy balls, slide and other play features suitable for tots up to 8 years old.

Funtopia Courtyard - https://funtopiaworld.com/courtyard/
Funtopia Courtyard Mall, Jalan SS15/4G, SS15, 47500 Subang Jaya

Operating hours
Mon – Fri: 10 am – 8 pm

Sat – Sun/Public & School holidays: 10 am – 10 pm

Weekday: starting from RM 15

Weekend: starting from RM 20

8. Kiddomo Universe

Kiddomo Universe

Photo credits The Starling

More than just sand pits and trampolines, Kiddomo Universe is an innovative playground combing art, music and technology to stimulate imagination in little ones. Armed with an electronic wristband and an avatar you create yourself, you’ll be able to explore the various play areas at Kiddomo Universe.

With activities, ranging from creating an animation with your doodles, rolling giant color-changing glowing balls, and popping shapes on a slide to swimming in a giant ball pit, it’s easy to see why Kiddomo Universe is a favorite among many kiddies.

Kiddomo Universe - https://kiddomo.com/kiddomo-universe-pj/
The Starling, Lot T-328, Level 3, No 6, Jalan SS21/37, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

Operating hours
Daily: 10 am – 10 pm


Kiddomo (2 yrs & above): RM 55
Guardian (18 yrs & above): RM 15
Baby (below 2 yrs) & Senior (above 60 yrs): Free

Weekend/Public & School holidays
Kiddomo (2 yrs & above): RM 65
Guardian (18 yrs & above): RM 15
Baby (below 2 yrs) & Senior (above 60 yrs): Free

*Customers must purchase at least one Kiddomo ticket for Babies and Senior Citizens to qualify for free entry

9. SuperPark Malaysia

SuperPark Malaysia

Photo credits SuperPark Malaysia

At SuperPark, you don’t have to just watch your kids have fun, you can join in the fun with them. Spread across three themed spaces, Adventure Area, Game Area and Freestyle Hall, SuperPark has an array of activities catering to the different age groups and interest.

At Adventure Area, there’s a Pedal Car Track, Ninja Track, Tube Slide, Kid’s Gym and more. Sporty little tykes will love the Game Area where they can engage in games such as bowling, basketball, baseball and soccer.

The Freestyle Hall is where you’ll find the foam pit, climbing wall, trampolines and a synthetic ice-skating rink. With so much to do, it won’t be a wonder to see the hours fly away.

SuperPark Malaysia - https://www.superpark.com.my/
Avenue K Shopping Mall, Unit 4-1, Level 4, 156, Jalan Ampang, 50450, Kuala Lumpur

Operating hours
Mon – Fri: 10 am – 9 pm

Sat – Sun/Public & School holidays: 9 am – 9 pm

Regular (Mon – Fri)

One day (all day access): RM 50
After 6 pm (6 pm – 9 pm): RM 30

Super Day (Sat-Sun/Public & School holidays)
Morning Mayhem (9 am – 1 pm): RM 45
Middle Session (1.30 pm – 5.30 pm): RM 55
After 6 pm (6 pm – 9 pm): RM 45
One Day Ticket (9 am – 9 pm): RM 70

10. Dreamworld Playland at The Starling

Dreamworld Playland at The Starling

Photo credits Dreamworld Playland

With all things in blue and white, Dreamworld Playland, a snow-themed indoor playground, maybe not be huge but kiddos who enjoy exploring, crawling, climbing and sliding will love the play structure with its mini climbing wall, slides, tunnels, bridges and more.

In addition to The Starling, Dreamworld Playland also has an outlet at IOI City Mall.

Dreamworld Playland - https://www.facebook.com/dreamworldplayland/
The Starling, Level 2, S-202, 6 Jalan SS21/37, Damansara Uptown, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia, +603 5022 2208

Operating hours
Daily: 10 am – 10 pm  


Below 2 yrs: RM 25
2 – 12 yrs: RM 48

Weekend/Public & School holidays
Below 2 yrs: RM 35

2 – 12 yrs: RM 58

This list was compiled with information available from various sources. While the information is correct at the time of publishing, we advise you to check with the respective establishment/merchant before making a trip to the above-mentioned places.

This article was originally published on BYKidO's blog.

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