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8 Best Indoor Playgrounds In Klang Valley That’ll Keep The Kiddos Entertained For Hours

Indoor playgrounds in Klang Valley

Channel your inner child and picture your dream playground setup: an outdoor playground with huge slides and a whole jungle gym, or an air-conditioned indoor playground complete with ball pits, trampolines, and obstacle courses.

While both guarantee fun, it’s not hard to guess which one the kids will prefer.

Whether for birthday parties or the term holidays, these indoor playgrounds in Klang Valley promise a ton of thrills for the young’uns with its extensive play stations.

1. Little Pirates Playland

From RM39 per child

indoor playgrounds in KL - Little Pirates Playland
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Little Pirates Playland may look little from the outside. But step past its entrance and you’ll discover that this isn’t the case. The pirate-themed playground at Pavilion Bukit Jalil covers 16,000sqft of space – it even has a huge pirate “ship” for the kiddos to climb and explore.

indoor playgrounds in KL - Little Pirates Playland
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@siin_thean via Instagram, Syazwan Zainal via Google Reviews

It boasts 32 play stations with nautical themes, including ones for the daredevils-in-the-making such as zipline, climbing wall, and trampoline. At the ball pit, the kiddos can even “ride” on banana boats just like they would if they were at the beach.

indoor playgrounds in KL - Little Pirates Playland
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Do note that there’s a no-food-or-drinks policy at Little Pirates Playland, but you can tap out for lunch and return as re-entries are allowed.

Admission fee: RM39/child (Weekdays) | RM60/child (Weekends & PHs) | RM10/guardian
Address: Lots 5.102.00, 5.106.00 & 5.107.00, 2, Level 5, Pink Zone Pavilion Bukit Jalil, Persiaran Jalil 8, 57000 Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 10am-8pm, Daily
Contact: 011-2518 7278 | Little Pirates Playland’s Facebook

2. Jungle Gym

From RM35 per child

indoor playgrounds in KL - Jungle Gym
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Jungle Gym operates seven outlets in Klang Valley, including locations at easily accessible malls like Atria Shopping Gallery, Bangsar Shopping Centre, and KL East Mall. So the next time you need to keep the little ones busy while running errands or catching up on work, you know where to camp out without having to drive far.

indoor playgrounds in KL - Jungle Gym
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There are similar play zones at each jungle-themed branch: huge ball pits, thrilling tall slides, and engaging obstacle courses. A dedicated cafe area where the parents can order light snacks and drinks is also a feature at all locations.

At its Atria Shopping Gallery outlet, exhausted kiddos and adults have the chill area to sit back and watch animated films on a projector too.

Jungle Gym @ KL East Mall
Admission fee: RM25/toddler & RM48/child (Weekdays) | RM35/toddler & RM66/child (Weekends & PHs)
Address: Unit G3-25, 3rd Floor, 823, Jalan Lingkaran Tengah 2, KL Timur, 53100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 10am-10pm, Daily
Contact: 012-390 2297 | Jungle Gym’s website

3. Starship Galactica

From RM42 per child

indoor playgrounds in KL - Starship Galactica
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Starship Galactica has been operating at 1 Utama Shopping Centre for over 20 years. But it was recently given a makeover with eye-catching neon lights and new obstacle courses, so even repeat visitors can expect to face off with new challenges.

When it comes to size, the play centre may not be the strongest contender. But it makes up for it in height. Climbing walls, trampolines, ball pits, and more are spread out in its 3-storey cage-like structure.

indoor playgrounds in KL - Starship Galactica
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Needless to say, there’ll be a lot of climbing involved at the playground, so kids with high energy might just end their day with a good night’s sleep after a visit.

indoor playgrounds in KL - Starship Galactica
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Note that passes to Starship Galactica allows for one-time entry, but there’ll be little reason to leave as washrooms are conveniently located inside the premise.

There’s also a playtime limit of 3 hours, but this will be more than enough time to exhaust the kiddos with all the climbing here.

Admission fee: RM42/child (Weekdays) | RM47/child (Weekends) | RM10/guardian | Free for kids under 12 months old
Address: SK6A, 1 Utama Shopping Center, Bandar Utama City Center Bandar Utama 47800 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Sun-Thu 10am-10pm | Fri & Sat 10am-10.30pm
Contact: 03-7728 7316 | Starship Galactica’s Facebook

4. Kid’s e-World

From RM40 per child

indoor playgrounds in KL - Kid's e-World
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Another indoor playground that recently underwent a facelift is Kid’s e-World, on Level 4 of The Gardens Mall. It now boasts a larger play area with even more zones. Some highlights are the trampoline basketball court, ball pits with low and high slides, the inflatable “octopus” carousel, and a giant inflatable rocker shaped like a ship.

indoor playgrounds in KL - Kid's e-World
An interactive wall for the kiddos to test their agility.

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For families with tots, there’s a dedicated well-padded area with foam alphabet blocks strewn around for them to play with and toss around. The in-house Kew Cafe serves hearty meals and drinks for waiting parents and spent kids.

Admission is single-entry, but two adults can accompany their kids inside.

Admission fee: RM40/child (Weekday) | RM60/child (Weekends & PHs)
Address: FF-202, 4th Floor, The Gardens Mall, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City 59200 Kuala Lumpur, WPKL
Opening hours: 10am-9pm, Daily
Contact: Kid’s e-World’s Instagram

5. The Parenthood

From RM19.50 per child

indoor playgrounds in KL - The Parenthood
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The Parenthood is an indoor playground that many parents praise for being spacious, and not cramped even when it’s packed with kids – specifically, its outlet at MyTOWN Shopping Centre.

It spans 4,000sqft, featuring separate play zones with various slides and stations for toddlers and older kids, so everyone can play safely with their peers.

The kiddos can expect to climb walls, jump in ball pits, and slide down multi-laned slides.

indoor playgrounds in KL - The Parenthood
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The waiting area for parents is also spacious, and in the same room as the play stations so you can keep an eye on your kid in comfort.

indoor playgrounds in KL - The Parenthood
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The Parenthood’s London-themed Sunway Pyramid outlet is also worth a mention. There’s a replica of a red double-decker bus that the kids can board, just next to the twisty slides and ball pits.

indoor playgrounds in KL - The Parenthood
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The Parenthood @ MyTOWN Shopping Centre
Admission fee: RM19.50/child (Weekday) | RM19.50/pax (Below 2 years old) & RM39/pax (2-12 years old) (Weekends)
Address: 6, Level 3, MyTOWN Shopping Centre, Jalan Cochrane, Cheras, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, WPKL
Opening hours: Mon 10am-9.30pm | Tue-Sun 10.30am-9.30pm
Contact: 016-338 5959 | The Parenthood’s website

6. Waka Waka Kingdom

From RM18 per child

indoor playgrounds in KL - Waka Waka
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Waka Waka Kingdom tops this list for their affordable rates, despite its location in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. At just RM18/pax, the kiddos can play pretend as princes and princesses as they scale and slide down volcanoes, and climb castle walls.

The playground is tucked inside Furama Hotel, and allows for free entry for guardians, parents, and tots under 1 years old, as well as unlimited playtime and entries. Facilities such as a cafe and toilets can be found inside the playground.

indoor playgrounds in KL - Waka Waka
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The play area is separated into three zones, including a Toddler’s Section with well-padded floors and soft play blocks. For the older kids, they can be entertained by climbing zones made to look like volcanoes and castle walls.

indoor playgrounds in KL - Waka Waka
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If you’re lucky, you might be able to catch an appearance of the roaring Draco the Dragon on Fridays. They also regularly hold sand art and face painting workshops on Saturdays and Sundays.

Admission fee: RM18/child (Thu-Sun) | RM20/child (PHs)
Address: 136, Lower Ground Floor, Jalan Changkat Thambi Dollah 55100 Kuala Lumpur, WPKL
Opening hours: Thu-Fri 2pm-8pm | Sat & Sun 9am-6pm | PHs 9am-8pm
Contact: 018-388 0081 | Waka Waka Kingdom’s website

7. Fun x World

From RM40 per child

Fun x World skating
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Fun x World is where storybooks come to life for the kiddos and grown-ups. The sprawling forest-themed park features a Forest Escape Playground, where the kiddos can burn off all that extra energy at swing sets, jungle gyms, vertical mazes, slides, crawl zones, roundabouts, and more.

Fun x World slides
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The whole fam can join in on the fun at attractions and activities beyond the playground. There’s the Fairyland Bumper Car and Village Square Arcade with arcade games like Fantasy Soccer and Speedy Feet.

For a more laidback activity, the Castle Adventure Skate lets the whole fam ride around the premise and discover photo corners on scooters or skates.

 Fun x World bumper cars
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Fun x World operates on play credits. You can kick off your time here by purchasing the All Play Packages (from RM40), which includes credits for the playground and skate, and an additional 50 credits for the arcade (1-6 credits per play) and bumper cars (8 credits per ride).

Admission fee: RM40/child (below 80cm) | RM65/child (above 80cm) | RM25/guardian
Address: Lot 2.140B, Level 2, Summit USJ Mall, Persiaran Kewajipan, USJ 1, 47600 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Opening hours: Thu-Tue 10am-10pm | Wed 2pm-10pm
Contact: 017-891 2304 | Fun x World’s website

8. Kizsports & Gym

From RM40 per child

Kizsports & Gym
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If you have a child with high energy, you’ll want to take them to Kizsports & Gym. This indoor playground operates several outlets in Klang Valley, with every location featuring Wipeout-style play zones.

There’s a section with giant padded rollers and dangling obstacles, and another with challenges like hopscotch and roundabout.

Kizsports & Gym football pitch
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A mini football pitch here lets the young’uns run around and kick balls in.

Kizsports & Gym chill area
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Two guardians can accompany their kiddos inside the playground for free – extra adults will be charged RM5/pax. There are tables with plug points for the grown-ups to chill or get work done.

Kizsports & Gym @ Lotus’s Selayang
Admission fee: RM20/child & RM10/toddlers (Weekdays) | RM28/child & RM15/toddlers (Weekends & PHs)
Address: 1081, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, Mukim Batu, 51200 Kuala Lumpur, WPKL
Opening hours: 10am-9.30pm, Daily
Contact: 03-6242 9363 | Kizsports & Gym’s website

See all Kizsports & Gym locations here.

Best indoor playgrounds in KL & Selangor for kids

Today’s parents are always on the lookout for things other than electronic gadgets to keep the kids entertained. The excitement that indoor playgrounds offer are sure to effectively occupy your kids for a full day – so take them to these spots in Klang Valley.

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Cover image adapted from: Phua Wei Liang via Google Reviews, Alia Maisarah via Google Reviews, LM P via Google Reviews, Eu Jin Ang via Google Reviews