KidZania Go! Brings Role-playing Activities Closer to Kids at Alabang Town Center

Kids got a glimpse of the exciting world of KidZania Manila, as this year’s KidZania Go! pop-up event recently held its first successful run at the Alabang Town Center Activity Center.

Misters and misses eager to explore and discover their future selves went through interactive and engaging role-playing activities for kids to live out their dream careers, learning and nurturing their unique talents, and skills along the way.

Through five distinct role-playing activities, kids were able to learn about different career options.As science geniuses at the Science Lab, misters and misses found a way to construct their very own lava lamps—they even got to take their creations home!

At the Science Laboratory, science geniuses discovered ways to create their very own lava lamp.
At the Art Gallery, kids were artists-in-training and painted on acrylic walls and tables to create art, and took the artworks they have done, as well as acrylic postcards they can turn into their own masterpieces.
Misters and misses channeled their inner artists as they painted on acrylic walls and tables chairs at the Art Gallery.
Promising bakers decorated delicious sugar cookies with icing and condiments at the Bake Shop. They were also able to share their creatively designed goodies with their family. 

Full of color and flavor. Budding bakers decorated delicious sugar cookie treats at the Bake Shop.
As trusted stewards of the environment, misters and misses experienced the importance of caring for Mother Nature by planting seedlings and watering plants at the Urban Garden. The motivated kids even took home seedlings that they can plant, care for, and grow at home. 

Kids learned to care for the Earth, planting seedlings and watering plants at the Urban Garden.

To cap off their hard day’s work, the kids met up and played with the KidZania RightZKeepers at the Theater. Each participant also received a special KidZania loot bag with goodies from the different activity areas.



With KidZania Go!, we are able to bring the KidZania Manila experience closer to more Filipino misters and misses,” said KidZania Philippines State Governor Maricel Pangilinan Arenas. “We are very excited to share our unique brand of engaging and interactive role-playing activities by expanding the pop-up event to even more areas.”  
Live and dream big, learn while having fun and watch out for the next leg of KidZania Go! Pop up event at Trinoma in Quezon City! For more information on future events, visit manila.kidzania.com and follow KidZania Manila on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About KidZania
KidZania is an interactive kids’ city combining inspiration, fun, and learning through realistic role play for kids four to 14. Kids can independently explore the kid-sized city with over 70 establishments and over 100 role-playing activities. Each experience is designed to empower kids, giving them the confidence to be their best selves, and inspiration to be great global citizens. One of the world’s most inventive, most awarded, and fastest-growing kids’ educational entertainment concepts, KidZania has 23 locations in 19 countries, including the Philippines.
KidZania, Inc., headquartered in Mexico, was founded in 1997, opened its first park in 1999, and is privately held. For more information about KidZania Manila, visit manila.kidzania.com.
KidZania is locally franchised by Play Innovations, Inc., whose majority stakeholder is ABS-CBN Corporation.

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  1. That was fun. My son and I have been to Kidzania Manila in Taguig and he really had fun. He enjoyed best being a journalist. I like those working in the lab and taking care of mother nature.

  2. Wow this seems so much fun for kiddies.. my little brother will surely enjoy such event especially the painting part. if ever we got a chance, I will surely bring my brother and my nieces and nephews here

  3. This would make kids from the south happy! What I love about Kidzania is the experience they are giving the kids. From nature to arts and socialization as well. Planning to bring my cousins here in july 🙂

  4. D says:

    This is a great way of reaching out to other kids who have yet to go to KidZania. A bit costly kasi talaga for entrance versus other places.

  5. aikaloraine says:

    I have been read different articles about Kidzania. Whoever are the people behind kidzania, I know parents are thankful for them. It was with you I first knew about a pop up event. Will they hold one near Fairview? Say, trinoma, sm? I would like to bring my nephew and godchildren there.:)

    Aika | aikaloraine.com

  6. mommymadz says:

    Maybe he'll be a journalist like you 🙂

  7. mommymadz says:

    Yeah I think they'd enjoy it too!

  8. mommymadz says:

    Yes learning becomes so much fun and they also get to live their dream roles.

  9. mommymadz says:

    Yes learning becomes so much fun and they also get to live their dream roles.

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