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I visited 2 kids’ venues during my stay in Macau. Therefore, this review is somewhat objective, based on a comparison between the two. I would not name the other venue that I have been to, but it is easy to identify whom I am comparing...More
This is a perfect place to spend some hours in if it’s a misty or bad, rainy day.
Our kids are 4 and 5 and they enjoyed them self. But I do think it should be some more exercise, like climbing. It’s a lot of...More
Kids City at the City of Dreams is fun for kids below 10. Most of the play areas are designed to hold kids attention for a short while. The variety is rather limited. However there are ample seating for waiting parents. Luckily it is not...More
Came here with two small children, 3 & 6. The facility is new and playground kept my children entertained. It is advertised as the largest in Macau, but most of the space is used for video games, toy vending machines, and activities that require additional...More
This is the best playground for kids in Macau above age six. The facilities are spacious with great natural light unlike any of the other kids fun zones in Macau. The Bouncing area is biggest I've ever seen, very high quality.
The staff at the...More
We went here while waiting for our Show time of HOUSE OF DANCING WATER
(must see show in Macau City of Dream - Amazing Production)
Nice entrance, Came here on 1st July,
Their "club discounts" suddenly don't apply from 1st July till end August,
The facilities are generally clean and new. We went on a Sunday afternoon and it's not crowded. $150 for 1 adult and 1 kid, we can stay inside for 2 hours. Definitely a great place for both young and bigger kids. My little girl spent...More
This must be the best, and cheapest, for what is included, playground I have been too.... good for older and young children with multiple play areas and I especially liked that the electronic wristbands allowed as many arcade games, basketball, saga as they liked bar...More
Our kids loved this place, especially the multi-level play structure. Not so much fun for the grown-ups. Generally safe although there are certainly a lot of spots to stub your toe. It wasn't really as big as we expected but there is plenty to occupy...More
Good way to spend an afternoon/morning with the kids. Yes, the entrance fee might appear a little pricey but for the things they offer, it's a good deal nonetheless.
The area is divided into different quarters - a gigantic play 'room', different machines, an arts...More