What Are the Attractions and Activities at Tampines Mall?
Tampines Mall, located in the east of Singapore, is one of the best suburban shopping centers. It gets conveniently situated near the Tampines Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station and the Tampines bus interchange in the first of Singapore’s four planned regional centers. For customers living in the Tampines regional center’s high-density residential sector in the eastern and north-eastern regions of Singapore, Tampines Mall provides an exciting mix of dining, shopping, and entertainment under one roof. So, here is all you should see and do in Tampines with your family.
Do everything at Our Tampines Hub:
This enormous structure ought surely to take the top spot on your “must visit” list if you don’t have much time to explore Tampines Mall. This integrated community and lifestyle complex, which covers 5.7 hectares, has so much to see, do, and eat that you don’t need to go anyplace else.
A run riot during the holiday play:
This indoor miniature playground in Our Tampines Hub’s basement will be a hit with the little ones. The complete floor gets softly cushioned, allowing parents to take a quick break while their children play with new friends on the slide and see-saw and burn off some energy. Were we some that it was also inside? Air conditioning, hello!
Visit Orchid Bowl for bowling:
Be bowled over by this alley if you knock any pins down! The Highway 66 sessions, essentially miniature bowling with shorter lanes, automatic bumpers, and lighter bowling balls for small hands, will be a hit with the younger children. See whether you can get a strike by rolling a bowling ball down a dragon’s ramp!
Take out a book from the Tampines Regional Library:
We at HoneyKids love libraries, and this local library is one location where we don’t mind hanging out for a while! Learn more about the resources on the five floors of books, magazines, audio-visual materials, references (helpful for those projects for school), and more.
Watch a flick at Festive Arts Theatre:
The theatre has a larger crowd than other theatres, which more than makes up for its lack of diversity. It doesn’t get busy, not even when seeing the newest blockbuster film.
Bounce and crawl at the inclusive playground
There are never too many playgrounds. The second level of this integrated complex has another one. This soft, padded play space is great and secure for your baby and gets located at Level 2 Sky Terrace. They can jump around on the vibrant trampolines, crawl over play structures, and scale them by climbing and climbing. They can also ride the merry-go-round.
Climb and conquer at The Rock School:
At the first-ever climbing school, be ready to rock and roll! Its programs which include parent and child rock climbing sessions, beginner classes, and even “Camp Hero,” where kids can climb and collect hero stamps in exchange for unique products, are open to children as young as four.
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