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Description

Kidzoona is well suited for babies and younger kids. There’s an area equipped with small wooden toys and giant stackable blocks that is dedicated for children up to two years old. Also, a faux town offers role-playing fun, including costumes, hats and accessories for the operation of a supermarket, sushi bar, hamburger joint, cake shop, ice cream parlour, flower stand, doctors’ surgery, pizza shop and post office. The latter, featuring postman bags with postcards bearing pictures of the various shops, was a definite highlight. The kids loved sorting and delivering the letters to each store’s letterbox, practicing their critical thinking skills.

Additionally, Kidzoona provides two large playgrounds; one boasts a slide and basic climbing frame for toddlers, while the other is for toddlers and older kids, with more complex climbing equipment, such as a spider’s web, bridges, slides and monkey bars, in the middle of a giant ball pit. Children will generally love to race around the expansive area, playing on three inflatable slides, including two very tall ones, as well as explore a sand play area with “magic” sand that can be squeezed and moulded; a separate area with educational toys, such as plastic puzzles and shapes, a toy train set, doll houses and small musical instruments; two giant blow up tubes that they can jump inside and roll back and forth (lots of laughs to be had!); and a 20-metre inflatable running track that doubles as a trampoline.

Parents and guardians are welcome to join the fun, or lounge in a sitting area with magazines and drinks. Other facilities include lockers and toilets (within the play centre!). Outside Kidzoona, vendors sell a range of goods, including toys and clothing. There are also inexpensive food stalls, arcade games and SF Cinema City.

Kidzoona maintains multiple branches across Bangkok.

Location

Floor 4, The Mall Bangkhae, 275 Phetkasem Road, Bangkae Nua Pasicharoen, Bangkok 10600

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Days Of Operations

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Times

10.30am

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