T-Play at HometeamNS

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This is not Changi Airport, but an indoor playground in the West.
This is T-Play at HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok.

The Jumbo jet greeted us as we step into the playground during the Mar school holidays. There were many kids already running around and exploring the playground.

T-Play at HomeTeamNS’s tag line is “Fun in Motion“, and you will agree that the Transport- themed indoor playground will keeps kids moving along (literally).

Immigration counters, train cabin and Space shuttles!

Get ready your Passport and E-ticket to a world of fantasy and Fun (socks are needed)

A lot of tunnels for kids to hide.

Kids could not keep still, they can Run, Jump, Bounce non-stop.

Look outside and you can see real cars (L-plates) and a cute Hometeam-themed swimming pool (Police car, fireman etc)

Although T-play space might not look huge, but cleverly designed floorplan allowed us to maximise Fun, and kids got a lot of space to run around.

As kids stay mobile, parents can remain static at one corner with a sofa couch and enjoy some free time.

My kids loved this swing inside the train cabin, and could go endless rounds.Β Had to remind my kiddos not to do zipline or monkey-swings in our real MRT :p

Mini rock wall.

Video (link) : Catch the kids inside the Playground!

Who say T-Play is only for kids :p
T-Play has a poster somewhere “Adults friendly” (I am serious!), so parents can try the slides and obstacles too haha πŸ™‚

The bigger “sister” (Admin) will entertain the kids by playing hide and seek or catching. At certain interval, they will organised games for the kids too.

Little ones can play with foams at this corner
T-Play at HometeamNS

T-Play indoor playground is very popular with families, especially during school holidays.

For more details about T-Play at HometeamNS, follow their Website and Facebook. Do refer to screenshot below for admission fees.

(image credit T-Play)

Opening hours :
Mon to Thu 1pm to 7pm
– Fri 1pm to 9pm
– Weekend and PH 10am to 9pm
– School Holidays 10am to 7pm

Address : 2 Bukit Batok West Ave 7 S(659003)
Tel 6705 9494/95

Family outing with Canon

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Recently, we enjoyed a family outing with Canon.
Happy siblings spotted at an old playground at Dakota.

With our Canon Powershot G9x and fellow blogger friends, we hop between playgrounds and heritage sites.

First stop – Dakota Seal catwalk πŸ™‚
Dakota Seal playground

We had featured this old school playground earlier (link), and the kids were eager to try the “fireman” pole.
Dakota Playground

Photography Theme – Angles

To the kids, Seal is just another playground, situated in an older estate.
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We hop onto our bus ride for the next leg of our journey, wondering where will Canon bring us next?
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Second stop – Everton road

Pet some dogs or cuddle a chick. Everyone had fun clicking and posing away πŸ™‚

Photography Theme – Like Real

Third stop – the famous tilting Train at Tiong Bahru Park
Tiong Bahru Train playground

Weather was extremely hot, but it did not bother the kids. Swings and Merry-Go-round πŸ™‚
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Photography Theme – Action!.

We had fun pulling each other along on the flying fox.
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Organisers did not forget to demonstrate some old-school games (and gems) to kids. Zero-point, shuttlecock, these were some of the games the parents played during their recess (decades) ago πŸ™‚
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(Somewhere in Tiong Bahru)
As we got some time to spend, we caught some old comedies from ηŽ‹ζ²™ι‡Žε³° (Wang2 Sa1 Ye3 Feng1).
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Boon Xin pretending to sell kueh4 kueh4, and some heritage murals at Tiong Bahru.
Tiong Bahru Mural
(images from Iphone)

Last stop is PoTeaTo.
Poteato cafe

After a hard day of playing, we needed some place to chill, and perhaps print out photos from Selphy πŸ™‚
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We need to shout out PoTeaTo’s delicious Mac and Cheese, and Salmon canape! We could not stop snacking after one helping πŸ™‚
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Thank you Canon and sponsors for the invitation, and Claudia (TheLovingMum) for coordinating, our family had an enjoyable morning.
(image from Iphone)

The photos above (unless otherwise stated) are taken from our nifty Canon Powershot G9x.

Canon parenting bloggers
(image credit Claudia)

Fighting Monsters at POLW

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Last Sat, we heard a distress call from Port of Lost Wonder (POLW).
Monsters are invading and heroes are needed to stop the invasion.

We dispatched Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (Boon Yee) and Red Riding Hood (Boon Xin) to join the junior superheroes league. We must stop the monsters’ onslaught!

Before we hit ground zero, our kids did some warmup exercises with old playgrounds.

Superheroes have to register before they can enter POLW, Boon Xin found herself some allies.

Maze, Slime, Archery, Tattoo, cocktail, photo booth, all the ingredients for a wonderful party are ready.

Sengkang’s Heroes played Robin Hood and Hunger Games (sorry, bow and arrow always bring up this image). And Ghostbusting with SLIME too.

Spooky Junior at POLW is actually a Heroes and Halloween event and kids were encouraged to wear their superheroes costume along. The best dressed individual and family will stand to win attractive prizes.
(Check out Superman’s family and Snow Queen here)

(image credit POLW)

Pumpkins and Monsters lurk around the corners, but juniors need not be scared as the monsters are quite kids-friendly. Some will gladly share their sweets and goodies too.

On the other hand, Poor Captain America and Wolverine were mistaken as baddies and harassed by the kids :p

The evening was not all about Fighting. Kids can glam it up at photo booth (One Eye Click).

Tattoo to make the kids look cuter (butterflies) or fiercer (incredible Hulk Green face).

Need additional juice? Concoct your own PowerUP or Self-healing potion to win the fight. Parents can also rent a Dracula costume to join their Superheroes kids.

Even Superheroes need to rest and eat, huge platter of Food and Pizza to reward their efforts πŸ™‚

After dinner, they decided to bash more monsters in the foam pool.

Overall, it was an enjoyable evening for us. Boon Kang (not in costume) relish the opportunity to de-stress from his exam studies.

Video : Checkout their monsters bashing activities

Rental of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle and Red Riding Hood” costumes are kindly sponsored by Mymini-me. This was actually our first costume party and kids were happy with their own heroes makeover.

Mymini-me carries a wide range of rental costumes for kids, do checkout more promotions on Mymini-me Fanpage.

The next Superheroes mobilisation (Spooky Junior at POLW) will be on 01Nov.
Anyone game for the challenge?

– Port of Lost Wonder (Website and Fanpage)
– Date/Time – 01Nov from 6.30pm to 10pm
– Spooky Junior at POLW – Child $39.90, Adult $10
(normal entry fee is $10/$15 for weekday/weekend respectively)

– Nearest carpark – Beach Station

** Do checkout our BBQ under the Stars experience too.