December 21, 2015

DreamPlay in City of Dreams: An Interactive Entertainment Concept for All Ages

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  • A first of its kind play center by DreamWorks, DreamPlay is a world-class theme park for family entertainment of all ages.

    Situated inside the City of Dreams, DreamPlay houses a total number of 21 spectacular attractions that feature all of DreamWorks’ famous characters from animated movies like Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, Shrek, How to Train Your Dragon, and more.

    DreamPlay’s entrance is a festivity of giant character displays from movies like Shrek and Madagascar

    Not only does this indoor theme park stimulate the eyes with the giant character displays but also the brain and body through various activities for both children and adults.

    This movie-inspired play center is a great haven for kids as they foster creativity through games and other fun activities. Plus, kids will also love interacting with famous cartoon characters from the movies and on TV!

    Most of the attractions inside allow guests to test their skills and abilities in a series of adventure, which also enables them to interact with one another. 

    Inside, you’ll find several activities for kids, a small restaurant, and even an ice cream shop

    Children can try climbing the Wall of Destiny, assembling and sailing a boat in Whatever Floats Your Boat, learning how to make gingerbread in Cooking with Gingy, and making your own animated film in the Dream Studio

    Kids can also make their own animated film in the Dream Studio

    After playing, you can go to the Dreamtheater, wherein guests can sit back and relax as they watch some of DreamPlay Animation Studio’s best films and television shows.

    There is no age limit in DreamPlay, so kids and kids at heart can openly enjoy this indoor extravaganza.

    Also, remember to dress your little ones in clothes suitable for physical activities like long sleeve shirts, long pants, and socks.

    How to get here

    • City of Dreams is 7 minutes away from NAIA Terminal 4 and 10 minutes away from SM Mall of Asia.
    • From SM Mall of Asia, take the J.W. Diokno Boulevard going to Aseana Avenue. If coming from NAIA, drive at Domestic Road and exit at Airport Road. Enter Roxas Boulevard going to Aseana Avenue.
    • There is also a free shuttle bus in SM Mall of Asia going to the City of Dreams and vice versa.

    General information

    Address: UG/F, City of Dreams Manila, Asean Ave., cor. Roxas Blvd., Entertainment City, Paranaque City
    Business hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Mon. to Thurs.); 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. (Fri. to Sun.)
    Contact information: 02-808-0909
    E-mail Address: dreamplay@cod-manila.com
    Facebook: DreamPlay
    Admission fees: Php 880 during holidays and weekends; Php 680 during weekdays; Php 8,000 for the Annual Pass of 4 persons; Free for children below 80 cm 


    This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English Magazine October 2019 issue.

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