Friday, June 28, 2013

Hokey Pokey at Millenia Walk

School holidays is coming to an end so the mummies decided to get the cousins together for some fun at Hokey Pokey. It used to be situated at Suntec City but has since moved to Millenia Walk, just beside Parco on the second level. Of course, what better way to entertain a bunch of high energy kids than to put them together and let them loose....

Hokey Pokey opens at 10am and with unlimited play for just $25 on weekdays, we made sure every minute counted by being there early. We were there by 10.20am all ready to explore after gearing up in socks. Upon entry, each child is also given a bottle of mineral water. Good thinking! That means I do not need to bring their water bottle along the next time we go. Less things to carry would make outing with children an easier and happier task.

Clean walkway where parents can gather, over a coffee or snacks over the counter while keeping a watchful eye on their children. Lockers are also provided upon signing in so valuables can be tucked away safely without cluttering the space.
Knee socks for crawling babies and teething rings are also available for sale.
A changing table for babies. Very thoughtful indeed.

Second child can sign up at 50% of the price. A very good deal!

Party Room
Hokey Pokey adopts an open space concept where parents and staff can always keep a lookout for their children wherever they are. When we entered, the kids started running in all directions. There were just toys all over!!! Toys for the babies, toys for the toddlers and older kids. Toys for boys, toys for girls. However, if you are expecting a three-level obstacle course, coupled with highly challenging rope walk, you would be disappointed. Hokey Pokey appears to target kids under 6 years of age. The oldest kid in our group was 8 years old but she was more than entertained the whole time she was there. I love Hokey Pokey for the fact that everything is made so safe for young children and that there are many pretend play toys, just the thing to feed their young creative minds.

Up she goes...

down she comes...

A favourite digging ground for the gang

Toys for babies and toddlers...never mind the big kid there..

Check out the cars parked at Hokey Pokey!

The 2 younger cousins taking a ride while the driver (me) goes around the compound at their direction.

Kitchen sets for the aspiring Masterchefs Junior...did I mention that there are 3 kitchen sets!!
More kids can play together (in peace)

Future Michelin-Star chef at work...

...while the cashiers figured out how to operate the cash machine and coffee maker.
If the latter fails, there is always a toy vending machine which sells hot chocolate :)

Time to doll up

Lots of princess dresses for the fantasy play
A large sized doll house! Woo Hoo!!!

A fire station for the boys

Train tracks...

...and a fortified castle for the brave boys

Captivated by baby.

There are many baby dolls at Hokey Pokey to go around so there are no worries about snatching.

Some down time after all the play.

Bubble time for the kids! A special treat indeed.
The cousins (both kids and adults alike) had a great time at Hokey Pokey and I had to restrain myself from signing up as member simply for the fact that it is too far for us and we do not have a car. Still, it is definitely top on my indoor playground list and I would have no qualm heading back there again. I am sure the cousins would agree too. 


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