During the school holiday, we visited Tayo Station, the newest playground in the East. Tayo Station – the first Tayo character-based indoor playground in Southeast Asia. This marks the opening of the first Tayo Station in Singapore and Southeast Asia outside of South Korea.
My two toddlers were so excited when I told them we are going to Tayo Station because they love Tayo the Little Bus and their friends. They love watching the Tayo cartoons. They keep seeing the Tayo Tayo Song as we headed to Tayo Station. Fynn even said he is giving up his to be Batman, he rather be Tayo the Little Bus.
Tayo Station is revamped playground in Downtown East E!hub where Explorer Kid was previously at. It is conveniently near our place so I can foresee we will have having lots of trips to Tayo Station.
We entered Tayo Station and they checked our temperature first to ensure we are not sick so we would infect other kids. There was an ares to leave our shoes as well rented lockers to leave our stuff in. Make sure to bring your socks when entering the premises. If you forgot yours, they also sell socks for adults and kids.
Tayo Station is a spacious playground for big and small kids to enjoy, with several sections:
1. Tayo’s Road Circuit – This is my kid’s favorite. It is a creative child-sized street scene filled with fun spaces like the Garage, Wash n’ Go and Gas Pump Kiosk for the little ones to cruise around in their chosen vehicles. Kids get to learn various road signs and basic road safety rules. There are benches there for parents to sit and see their kids zoom around.
2. Poco’s Hanoki Play – This is an area that provides a sensory experience that emulate sand play using freshly-imported Hinoki wood cubes from South Korea. These aromatic and clean cubes, besides widely known for their health and skinbenefits, provides an uplifting mood. Also found at Pororo Park.
3. Lani’s and Rogi’s Play Room – They have two spacious rooms perfect for kid’s themed parties. They have birthday packages to choose from Petite Package worth $499 for 10 kids & 20 adults and Power Deal worth $899 for 10 kids & 20 adults.
4. Toddler’s Play – This is a safe and spacious space for young kids to crawl and play with mini-slides and fun murals. My 2 year old, Fynn would sneak to this area several times.
5. Gani’s Playground – This is my 4 year’s old 2nd favorite area. He love climbing in the 3-storey play area with two long slides. This is best for older kids.
Photo Credits: CherryBerry Lifestyle
6. Cliff Ball Pool – This is found behind Gani’s Playground, this 10mm x 2mm ball pool is a place where kids can play and dive. There is a rock climbing wall beside it too. So if you fall, you will fall in pool of balls.
7. Rainbow Lounge – There is a sunken area in the middle of Tayo Station for a little break to catch the latest Tayo Little Bus show.
8. Chill Zone – This is a space for parents and guardian to chill with free Wifi.
10. Tayo’s Toy Store – After a fun day at Tayo Station, going out of the play area, you can buy some Tayo toys bring home. My kids were eyeing several Tayo Buses when were heading home, hehe.
For the admission rates, check out below:
|Babies (<1y)||Free, adults $6/pax|
|Accompanying Adult*||1 Free|
(2 hours for school holidays)
|Additional Playtime||$5 per block of 30 minutes (or part thereof)|
You can also get the Savers Pass which is worth $138 valid for 1 year with unlimited weekday play time and 2 hours on weekends/public holidays.
Naj and Fynn had an enjoyable time in Tayo Station. They can wait to go back. Now, I would promise them a trip back to Tayo Station if they keep their best behavior & it works, haha. Parents, do bring your kids to Tayo Station for a fun & wonderful time.
E!Hub, Downtown East,
1 Pasir Ris Close, Level 3,
Mon – Fri:
11.00am – 8.00pm
Sat, Sun, PH & School Holidays:
10.00am – 9.00pm
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