ParentTown Mid-Year Rewards: Win "Outing at the City" access worth $110

ParentTown Mid-Year Rewards: Win "Outing at the City" access worth $110

Stand a chance to win tickets to "Outing at The City" from The City worth $110!

The City is an Interactive Learning Playground that recognises the importance of high-quality role-play. Established in Singapore in 2012, The City intends to support children’s imagination and creativity by enabling them to take on different adult roles and professions in fun and safe environment.

While in The City, young children can try out different adult roles and professions in a fun, safe environment that promotes creativity and imagination while positively enhancing growth and development. Children can transform themselves into Cooks, Cashiers, Doctors, Nurses or Policemen, dressed in the respective uniforms and outfits.


They can drive on mini streets, navigate traffic signs and lights, and explore small-scale real-life locations, such as the supermarket, café, beauty salon, medical clinic and much more. They create locations for realistic situations where children learn and have fun.


In learning through play children can practice real-life skills, from mathematics through budgeting and play money; explore language and phonics by learning new words, definitions and conversations; learning about the human body, nutrition, health, safety, and hygiene; become more aware of recycling methods, geography and travel. All by exploring the world around them!

Flagship address: 177 River Valley Road, #03-04A Liang Court, Singapore 179030, Tel. 62506507

The City @i12 Katong: 112 East Coast Road, #03-31 i12 Katong, Singapore 428802 Tel: 64441520

Stand a chance to win tickets to "Outing at the City" from The City worth $110

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Mizah Salik

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