Read More: Here are… 10 Most Fun Activities in Manila (2016 Edition)! @TourismPHL Jump Yard is one of the first and largest trampoline parks in the Philippines. Boasting 2,000 sqm of space, its high-flying, adrenaline-rushing attractions offer us a one-of-a-kind experience in Manila. You can play a game of Dodgeball, jump into foam pits, slam … Continue reading JUMP YARD: Mixing Fun & Fitness in the First Trampoline Park in Manila!
The Story of Aidan’s First Championship Medal
As a parent, do you sometimes get that milestone-moment-feeling with your kids? I feel as if there’s a fast forward button that moved me to a moment where I find myself cheering for my son in his first competitive sport experience. Seeing Aidan perform some sports feat that helped his team secure the gold is … Continue reading The Story of Aidan’s First Championship Medal
Bird Watching Trip with the Boys @ Nuvali
We want Aidan and Joshua to appreciate nature as early as possible, so we went on a Bird Watching trip in Nuvali. We went with the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines (WBCP) to check out the bird watching places in the area. One of the most interesting bird watching sites is the colony nest … Continue reading Bird Watching Trip with the Boys @ Nuvali
Cosmic Kidz, The Biggest Playground in Manila
Kids Universe is the Fun Ranch innovation of SM Malls. Cosmic Kidz is a huuuuuuge high-end play area for kids and kids-at-heart.
What to do this Holy Week if you are in Manila (part 2)
One of the favorite pastimes of kids is reading books. With the resurgence of Filipino children’s stories, our children are now exposed to more relevant and nationalistic themes.
What to do this Holy Week if you are in Manila (part 1)
The long holidays are fast approaching. During this time, Manila life slows down as most people travel out of the metro to see the different beaches and travel destinations in the country. This is the perfect setting for Manila to show you its beauty, usually hidden in the commercial activities and multitasking of everyday life.
A Tribute to the Awesome Magical Christmas at Jollitown!
Magical Christmas at Jollitown was based from the fantasy world of Jollitown from Jollibee’s hit television series. It was the setting of lead character Brian’s journey as he discovers the fun aspect of sharing with the Jollifriends. All the while, his father, a scientist also discovers he needs to share more of his time with Brian. Their happy adventures at Jollitown truly entertained and educated the audience-young and old alike.
It is a traveling mechatronics exhibit of 31 life-size dinosaurs that spans 12,000 sqm in lot 5 of SM Mall of Asia. It is specially designed with sound and lighting effects that would make you feel that you have returned to the dinosaur age. It is a self-paced walking tour exhibit where you can take as many pictures as you want but you cannot touch the dinosaurs.
1. SM Science Discovery Center
It is the country’s first highly interactive Science Learning Theme Park in a 3,000 square meter, two-level facility in SM Mall of Asia. Toddlers love playing the virtual sports in Media City where one get transported magically into the screen playing basketball or soccer with the computer.
…School field trips can fill up the Science Center so it would be good to inquire beforehand prior to your scheduled trip with your kids.
2. Manila Ocean Park
For the first time in Manila, you can bring your kid to have a first hand live encounter with the diverse marine creatures indigenous to the Philippines and South East Asia. … Don’t miss to interact with starfish and sea cucumber in the Agos (Flow) area, which is the first aquarium exhibit that features the natural flow of water from land to sea.
…You can bring strollers, which would be convenient to push around except for areas with stairs (Agos area and Ocenarium exit going to the second floor).