Visiting Cebu with kids? Be sure not to miss the indoor playgrounds where your little one can have loads of interactive fun. There are many kid-friendly places for your family but I’ve rounded up five of the best indoor playgrounds in the city.
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There are three branches of Kidzoona in Cebu – one in Robinsons Galleria, one in SM-Seaside and the other in SM Consolacion. This Cebu indoor playground offers role-playing activities for kids. We haven’t been to the Consolacion branch but among the three, I prefer the Robinsons Galleria branch. It’s bigger and has more toys to play with.
When Kai around two years old, he developed a liking for velcro vegetables, which he had seen on YouTube videos – you know, those videos of millionnaire kids talking about toys. We bought a few sets of velcro vegetables that he enjoyed cutting but more veggies and fruits can be found in the playhouse.
Kids’ Paradise, Ayala
We learned about Kids Paradise in 2013. This indoor playground in the city is located beside Gold’s Gym Ayala Center Cebu (Check out our review here!) This has to be my favorite because it’s got different play zones. There are big twisting slides, plastic balls and ball pits everywhere. Upstairs, they have a kinetic sand table, TV for shows and mini slides, among other fun things.
Kevin’s Toys and Library, SM Malls
This indoor playground in Cebu is a favorite, although it’s not as big as the two indoor playgrounds mentioned above. It’s too small, too cramped especially during weekends. I included it in the list anyway because the play areas are great. They have hanging bridges, a pirate ship, slides, a ball pit and a rappelling area for little climbers. There are two branches both in SM malls: SM City Cebu and SM Seaside.
PlayMaze will always be our favorite. We took Chelsea there when she was little several times so it’s easily a go-to indoor playground for a kid. It’s also one of the first indoor playgrounds that we took Kai to in his early years since they have a toddler area. Note that kids playing in the area should wear long-sleeved clothes.
PlayLab, Robinsons Galleria
We haven’t taken Kai to PlayLab since he’s still too young to appreciate that kind of play but it’s definitely on my list. It’s a digital interactive playground which makes for a fascinating playtime. Check out their Facebook page for more information.