Brought my kid to Kiztopia Club @ Jewel as it just opened on 15 December 2023. Took the 1-hr single admission (1 Adult + 1 Child) ticket that cost $20.99 via Klook.
While it is newly opened, we went on a weekday afternoon and thankfully not very crowded. The place is new, but slightly smaller than some of the other indoor playground that we have been to.
Kiztopia Club at Jewel is found at basement 1, together with Toys”R”Us.
There is a sand pit (small wooden blocks instead of real sand) which I forgot to take a photo of but it is rectangular size with not so many sand tools. I recall just a couple of shovels and the sand trucks plus a bunch of other tools. You might have to wait for others to finish using and share with them.
There is also a small play area next to the sand pit. It is actually quite small and likely to be crowded on a weekend of public holiday.
There is also a mini airplane where kids can watch TV inside. There are only 4 seats though. I would think the kids sitting behind will not be able to see the screen!
There are some ninja zones inside. Beside the one in the picture, there is also a glider to swing from one side to the other.
Of course, an indoor playground is not complete without the ball pit. The ball pit comes equipped with a single slide (see cover image), an air blower system and a few launchers to fire balls into a scoring board.
Sadly the launchers doesn’t seem to be working well, unable to launch the balls properly. End up people just throw the balls using their hands.
There are no bouncy castles here unlike in Jumptopia, but there are some trampolines and a mini game where you bounce to hit some enemy targets.
There are a bunch of other areas like a small grocery shopping cart area, kids medical area where you can find a medical kit, toothbrush and gum set and a block area where you can manually deliver blocks to a second level.
Overall, I felt that Kiztopia Jewel is slighty smaller than other indoor playgrounds and might be crowded on weekends and public holidays. This place will be suitable for younger kids as I think older ones might prefer Jumptopia or other places with more bouncy castles etc. Other than that if you are at Jewel, this is a recommended place to spend some time (probably 1-hr is good) with your kids.