Last weekend, I took the kids to Kidzoona at Robinson’s Galleria so that they could burn off their energy and play around in a fun safe area. It was our second time at Kidzoona, the first time was when David attended a birthday party a couple of weeks back. I loved that Kidzoona was big, clean and brightly lit so I also wanted Noah to experience this and have fun with all the other kiddos. One thing I also appreciated was the efficient queuing system for the kids and their guardians.
Kidzoona is operated by Aeon Fantasy Group, a Japan-based company and their branch in Robinsons Galleria is their first in the Philippines. There are actually 70 branches of Kidzoona in Asia. The branch in Galleria is located at the 4th level and is really easy to find (Galleria is a small mall lang naman).
Once you enter, you will first see the arcade.
The cashier and queue are to the left. Before falling in line though you have to fill out the Kidzoona Entrance Application Form. You can get forms at the drawer to the right of the cashier (it’s the area where you can also use to fill out the forms. The forms are found inside the drawers).
I paid for an hour’s worth of play which is enough for the kids. The ticket prices are good for one kid and one adult already. (I posted the prices towards the end of this post)
Don’t forget to bring socks!! If you forget, you can always buy at the Robinson’s department store. Kidzoona has shoe lockers and once you pay the fees you will be assigned your own.
Kidzoona is huge but it’s not overwhelming. The area is divided into 6 sections. We spent most of the time at the Ball Pool where the huge slide is and the Air Track. I was so happy that Noah loved it. The ball pit and the uneven surface of the air track was awesome for his balance and core. Being in the middle of all those plastic balls was great for sensory integration too. He also played on the playground and slid on the slides, our little bugoy was a happy camper!
David was happily buzzing around the area. It really was a great, safe place for him to burn all his extra energy.
There was also a Role Play Town but the boys didn’t really take to it as they were busy bouncing and jumping at the ball pit and air track. But this area is great for pretend play. The little stores all come with their own props and uniforms too!
For smaller kids like Noah, they can also spend time at the Toy Corner. It’s a small area with lots of building blocks and fun educational toys. There’s also seating in this area for the adults.
Right next to the Toy Corner is the Parent and Guardian Lounge. If you have older kids, you can just stay here and watch them from afar. I don’t know how many indoor playgrounds have these lounges but I can tell from the folks that occupied this area that it was veeerry much appreciated!
Right next to the lounge are the big hamster wheels that we didn’t get to try but it looked really fun too 🙂
The rates for Kidzoona are reasonable. I got the list of prices from the Aeon Fantasy Philippines webpage. Just click twice on the pics below to enlarge.
Sulit na ang 1 hour! So will we go back to Kidzoona? YES!
Here are some tips that I can share to maximize your experience here:
- Bring non-slip socks for yourself and the kids
- Bring extra clothes, extra towels, alcohol and wet wipes
- Bring water (you can leave the container in the shoe locker)
- Go to Kidzoona as soon as the mall opens so that the area is freshly cleaned and there isn’t a huge crowd to worry about
- Bring LOTS of energy!
Kidzoona is fun and I had fun with the kids too 🙂
I took 2 panoramic views of Kidzoona 🙂 Just click twice on each pic to enlarge to see what’s inside.
If you also want to know more about Kidzoona you can visit their website at www.aeonfantasy.com.ph or contact them through:
Telephone: +63 2 (831-7112)
Email: afp100 (at) aeonfantasy.com.ph