Kidzania Manila

Park Triangle, 11th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Kidzania Manila
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Irene Y.
5.0 Stars
8

Best for Kids!!!!!!!

My 4-year old toddler cant get enough of this place. And so are we....
Kids here leaarn how to be independent and in some way, will have an idea of what they want to be when they grow up ( well in the case of my toddler, he wants to be everyone.. haha)
I recommned this to all parents who have a toddler.. This will help build you kid's character and social well-being..

Bring your kids here!!!!!!!

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Gracielle R.
5.0 Stars
10

Kidzania is a city just for kids!!! They can earn money by working or go into training by paying some. They have two shifts : 9-2pm and 3-8pm. And those 5 hours pass by so fast!!! We had the PM shift and the place is so big we did not pass through everything!!

Rates : kids P1100 adults P770

A bit pricey but the experience is worth it 128158

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AAA M.
5.0 Stars
3

Accompanied my baby girls (niece & cousins) here and I think I was actually as excited as they were, maybe even more than them!128518. Really envy the opportunities the kids have now and all the fun they're having at this modern age, made me want to join some of the activities so I can play with them haha. The whole playground was realistic enough to get the kids feel like they we're really on the job.
There were uniforms and props for each job they tried. They were given a budget at the start which they can use to pay for jobs that actually produces something or those activities that costs ingredients or stuff. So they can either spend everything like the brats that they are in the beginning & end up broke or choose to work hard & play hard! Lol. Makes them think about budget and how to live a balance life in the real world were you sadly work to enjoy the perks in life that you want. For them it was working at lbc as a messenger and grinding at magnolia ice cream factory after work! 128514

The instructors are great and accommodating too. I think their job is awesome, imagine getting paid to baby sit & play then being given life size establishments, real ambulances & firetrucks to play around with! Maybe not a great thing to do daily but still a lot better than any shitty jobs around, right? 128514

I'm glad Kidzania opened here since it provides alternative activities for kids. A total break from all the techy toys! It gave them ideas of possible jobs like being a lineman for skycable or a laundress at champion laundromat. 128514 doesn't matter to me that they find blue collar jobs more appealing now as long as learn the value of hard work and managing your own money. Because I'm sure no one wants their kid acting all mighty and accomplished around people but in reality is still just living off from their parents allowance way beyond their teenage years 128514. It would pain me and my aunts to see them grow up knowing they're not working hard enough bec they know they've got me or their parents or their inheritance to back them up financially someday. Kidzania gave me precious moments like when My youngest niece who had no value for money yet was computing her money with her tiny little fingers & She wanted to try the coke factory. She was so cute asking if her money would still cover the coke job if she played at some jobs that would cost her. Made me decide to Definitely take the kids back here when we've got time bec we only manage to do 8 out of the 20+ activities.

Anyway, in case you're going, do wait at the clubhouse while the kids earn and work their ass off like in the real world. Then order from Yellowcab, we got this glorious overly topped with pepperoni pizza for half the usual price since they were closing. There's via mare too but they serve canteen style and limited dishes only.

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Gen S.
5.0 Stars

When we went here the first thing that I had in mind was "why does this place didn't exist when I was young?". I had to be a mommy for a day for my boyfriend's little sister. I can see that she really had a good time. We went there on Thursday because it's much cheaper and the time alloted is much longer. We've been there from 9 am to 4pm. 1 day isnt enough to fully explore and check out evrything in this place. I really loved that the teach kids to work on their own, save up so you can later on spend your money for better things. Everything is tiny and it is really a community for kids. You can say that the staffs their are really working with kids cause their faces are really calm and refreshing. Overall this place is wonderful 128515

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Marco P.
5.0 Stars

Perfect place if your children are 5 years old to 13 years old ..128525 if the are 2 to 3 years old is very boring !!!

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Rorie G.
5.0 Stars

Kids rule in this place! Great place for the kids to role play. For a day they can pretend to be a fireman, pilot, teacher or even a banker 9786️ so many things to do that the kids will surely enjoy!

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Tan M.
5.0 Stars

This one is the best educational tour I've ever had. Loved the concept. I've heard that it's better to go here on a Saturday. Just a reminder make sure the kids are 4 years old so that they can participate.128521128521

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Paul G.
5.0 Stars

Throwback Thursday! Super late post :D
Brought the kids here last year and they loved it.
I particularly liked their experience role playing various characters at the Kidzania Supreme Court.. I was impressed with their performances despite the short time rhey got to practice/rehearse. Galing nung staff na nag train sa kanila128077🏼128077🏼
The line at the Fire Department was so long but it was worth it! The kids were given an orientation before embarking on their mission which was to conduct inspection at some of the establishments inisde with regards to fire safety. They get to wear the fireman's uniform and ride the firetruck. What a cool experience.
The got to work as part of LBC's delivery crew transporting parcels and packages.
At the end of each job, the kids got paid Kidzania money which they can accummulate and save and use at the Kidzania store.
The girls tried working as nurses also at the Hospital/clinic :D
Too bad we run out of time without them experiencing how to be crime scene investigators.
Maybe next time :D

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John S.
5.0 Stars

Awesome place for kids. Gets packed easily so best to go on weekdays to maximize the activities your kids can do.

Id start with patiently waiting for the firefighter and medic posts, better to have them finished earlier as those are the most popular ones.

Have your kids wear some cotton long sleeves as its really cold. But dont get them fully clothed as they'll also warm up and perspire quickly.

For the parents, lots of walking will happen so wear something comfy.

Will be bringing my kid and niece again for the firefighters and medics activity. Yup I didn't follow my own advice lol.

Enjoy!

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Dianne A.
5.0 Stars

I knew about this from Facebook friends' posts and I got curious. My son also got to know this from his classmates. It looked great so I scheduled it during his sembreak. I booked and paid online. We went on a weekday so it was cheaper, but gosh, it's still expensive! Around 900 for my son and think 400 for me.

We arrived around 930am. There was already a long line in the entrance (airport manned by Cebu Pac dressed people). Once we have the watch and boarding pass, we entered and went directly to BPI to get the kidzo- the currency.

My son was a little bit apprehensive at the start. Maybe a little overwhelmed with so much happening so we started slow. He was able to do the pit crew traning, radio DJ, LBC delivery man, fireman, comics creator and snack inventor (product devt). If I were to choose, I wanted him to be a skycable man, musician, doctor, gasoline boy, theatre artist, pilot and construction worker. But it's not me who can choose. I guess this is also a way for you to get to know your child's interest.

Since it was also tiring for my son, we ate a lot. He had goto in via mare and we had mcdo for late lunch. After, we also ate j.co donuts.

Before you leave, you have an option to deposit your earnings, buy in the dept store or keep it. I know we wont be back in the near future so I told my son to just buy something in the dept store. His money was only able to buy 1 small ball (like jackstone ball).

In the end, it's 5 stars for me because my son wants to get back and explore further. We were inside for 6 hours and still, there's more to explore. Great and memorable experience!!

#loolooexplorerpackgiveaway

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Emjay M.
5.0 Stars

Super love this place.

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LiezelIce L.
5.0 Stars

It's been a while since my last review. Got totally busy but glad to have spent time with my family to Kidzania. I was more excited for them to get their first work and first pay. Lol! We had an early booking of tickets since there were 5 of us. We were there 8:30am since our cebu pacific flight is at exactly 9:am(opening). I would suggest once they open and they BPI has a very long line of encashing your kiddzos, ask your kid to go straight to fire dept first since it the longest time to do the role play and the queue for the next batch is really gonna be long. Parent are not allowed to line up for the kids they have to be patient to keep the line or lose the spot. You can then let them roam around advise them of a meeting spot. Since kids are not allowed at the parents lounge we stayed on the cafeteria second floor i was so tired to follow them around each kid wants diff task. Since my 9yr old is independent. I let her do task on her own. Hence no pictures 128542. But i manage to get some when they do group task. All is fine. My youngest daughter was not allowed to do any role plays but she still enjoyed the kids room with dolls kitchen toys plus the bathtub full of playballs. Will I bring my kids back? Definitely. If you allow your kids to play at timezone and spend almost a thousand for the card then its more meaningful and worth it to let them play here.

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Wennifer C.
4.0 Stars

Place is fantastic for kids. Just hate the lining up.

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Luisa M.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Peach L.
5.0 Stars

Conceptualized with the kids' future in mind, Kidzania is one amazing playground that you wish you had when you were growing up. I know I did and I even asked them if I can play. Of course they said no... unless I rent it exclusively... which I won't. 128533128547

It's a kid's role-playing game modernized, given a twist, and made more sophisticated. Kidzania is supposed to be a country manned, governed, owned by kids ---- NO ADULT IS ALLOWED TO WORK. So yeah, real life turned upside down.

Your first stop is to get your airline ticket so you can get to Kidzania, Cebu Pacific is the airline of choice. Kids' ticket prices are a lil bit more than a thousand on weekends and about 700-800 on weekdays. Adults are a lil bit over 500. It's just their introductory price so expect a lil shoot up. It's mandatory that there's one adult supervision for each child.

When you get your tickets, kidzo checks and boarding passes, you'll have to go to the 2nd floor to get to the country. As you arrive, go to BPI to have your checks encashed. Each kid gets 50kidzos (their currency) upon entering. Once you encashed your check, you can either go to the Job info center to find the job closest to your heart or you can freestyle it and just roam around and do a walk-in.

There are a lot of jobs with different salary ranges. The lowest I've seen is the Clock Tower job. One of the highest is in the Justice Department. There're also jobs in St. Luke's, Metro publishing, ABS-CBN, Penshoppe, Police Dept, Fire Dept, Farm House, Healthy Options, DZMM, Pet Express, CSI, LBC, Inquirer, etc.

The 2nd floor of Kidzania houses most of the training companies: Jack&Jill, Purefoods, Cream-O, Yellow Cab, Cebu Pacific, Coke, etc. It's like going on a field trip but instead of just going in one place, you hit all places in one go!

The kids can buy food and other stuff with the kidzos they earn from working.

If you get tired of following your kid, you can sit on any of their chairs all over the place or you can relax in the Adult lounge and no underage will bug you. 128522

The restrooms are aplenty and very clean. They have their own attendants on each restroom that doesn't leave so you can be sure that your tush will seat on a clean bowl. 128513

My favorite (and the cutest) job is LBC, the couriers are the cutest. I think the fire department has the most exciting job.

While I was watching the kids enjoy themselves, I couldnt help but be envious. Why didn't we have this when we were kids??? 128546

This branch in Manila is managed and owned by the Lopezes and I think it's good that something like this is introduced to our kids so that they'll be given a chance to have a glimpse of the concept of work and at the same time, they'll have an idea on what kind of job they want to pursue when they grow up... or at least I'm hopeful. 128513

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Chessie T.
5.0 Stars

Whoever thought of Kidzania is a G-E-N-I-U-S.

Creative, educational, and FUN both for kids AND adults. I believe Kidzania MNL is better than Korea's (that's my only point of comparison). The layout and flow of the place is much better conceptualized and unified. I would describe in detail this mini city that makes a whole new world come to life but I'll leave it for you to experience. Right when you enter, even for me at twenty three, I wanted to run around and conquer the whole city!

Basically, you first go to a bank to get your money, you apply for jobs to earn more money and with your income, you get to buy goods or services--game of life.128516127881

This place is every child's dream playground. I wish this was already up in my time.:)) Still, watching all my little cousins play and participate in the "jobs" they chose (celebrities, surgeons, firemen, drivers, recording artists, artists, CSI agents, to name a few) was so precious.9786️ So much happiness and so many possibilities!

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Jackie S.
5.0 Stars

Here's a sneak peak of KidZania Manila. 128521

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Jackie S.
5.0 Stars

Everyone better watch out for the opening of KidZania Manila on August 7!128521 It's definitely a city built for kids. 128512

Kids can choose from over a hundred role-play activities such as a pilot, policeman, newscaster, doctor and many more.

Unfortunately, adults can't join the fun. Only kids ages 14 and below are allowed inside the KidZania establishments.

I definitely wished we had KidZania during my younger years. 128540

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