KinderCity Evia’s Indoor Playground is a whimsical play town for all ages!

Posted in 2019

Most new parents would agree that by the time their kids could walk playing at an indoor playground is a must! So, when I learned that KinderCity Evia’s indoor playground is back, I knew to take her again!

Fast forward to the pandemic times, play areas like this was close shut for months. Some were forced to close down permanently, like KidZania, that play place will be forever missed! Now that are things are slowly opening while COVID cases are going down (at least for now), we as a nation has to adjust with the times. Everyone, I mean the vaccinated ones, will be able to return to the whimsical play town in the city. All you have to do is book your slot and pay your ticket online.

KinderCity is continuing to grow! From a handful of play areas, they now have a total of 10 branches with the NOMO branch in Molino, Taguig and Naga added recently. It tells us that this indoor playground isn’t going anywhere but everywhere. For as long as there’s Vista mall there’s going to be KinderCity, too. The first branch we tried was KinderCity in Sta. Rosa.

We can’t wait to visit more this year!

What compelled me to visit was their dedicated schedule for the younger kids. Toddlers have the morning until the afternoon to play in the whimsical play town. By afternoon and until the mall closes, bigger kids could enjoy the indoor playground.

What to expect inside KinderCity Evia

Updated KinderCity Evia Admission Fee: 1hr for P 400, and, a Companion pays P 120

KinderCity is a mix of a fantasy and real-life town with a touch of whimsical design. Every nook and corner has incredible toys and plays areas for children. I had fun taking photos and videos of the whole place until I was told I couldn’t use my mirrorless camera anymore. DLSR and mirrorless cameras require permits before you could use it in the play area. But don’t worry, parents and other guests could use mobile phones for taking photos and videos of their kids. Just remember to be mindful in taking pictures in any public place.

What are the play areas at KinderCity

KinderCity Evia has more than 15 play areas in their Evia mall branch. So, an hour-long playtime won’t be enough for your kid to try everything. Go through the photos to see a few of the toys and play areas available at KinderCity Evia.

Gingerbread Café and a Mini Loft Home greets you at the entrance.

Let your kids simulate living in their own tiny apartment in this Mini Loft Home. It’s big enough for a little crawl space for the grown ups and sturdy for a bunch of kids. Just don’t forget to remind your kid to wait for their turn patiently! And as much as possible, avoid using the mini bedsheets here, the ones Kerrigan’s playing with was the setup from 2019 so I think they have removed anything that could absorb moist.

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In the middle, you'll find a Mini Airport for onboarding tiny passengers, a Little Stage for rockstars and the city Mayor's office.

From having a tiny space of their own kids can create their little life careers in the town. Kids can hold a mini concert, lead the town in a mini mayor’s office or fly pretend in an aircraft cabin. And somewhere in the middle of KinderCity Evia’s indoor playground you’ll find a miniature bootcamp for those little ones aspiring to become soldiers.

Assemble a troop and get on a mini bootcamp program at the KinderCity Bootcamp, and Mini Construction Site for toddlers!

Any mini Jack Sparrow wannabe will be delighted to see an almost real-life pirate ship complete with a buoy and a helm. Unfortunately, these days the helm has been unattached for quite sometime now. But it does not mean your kid won’t be able to simulate a pirate’s ship experience. Who knows maybe the help found its way to the ship again!

Ahoy Matey! Ready to get on a Pirate Ship?! Aarrr!

Let your kid board the pirate ship, climb the mini deck and swing from rope to rope as they play pretend. Not enough? Check out these pirate ship inspired toys and bring the high seas experience in your home.

Get onboard the Pirate Ship!
KinderCity's Grand Slide
Enjoy a Ball Pit, Mini Obstacle Course and a Fruit Pit with your toddler
A Large Obstacle Course with a Ball Pit for the bigger kids.

What are the other activities and services offered by KinderCity

KinderCity Café

You won’t have to drag your kid anywhere else. KinderCity made a cute café for snacks and refreshments for the whole family. Their snack bar displays colourful sugar cupcakes, and milkshakes remember to drink lots of water after a sugary treat. Or skip the sugar rush for a healthy meals just head down to your preferred restaurant in the mall.

In pre-pandemic, children with their guardians had the option to play at the indoor playground for an 1hr or 3hr but the situation is just a little bit different these days. Today, children are allowed to book an hour of playtime online. Walk-ins are not encouraged! But, don’t worry! For as long as everything follows protocol the KinderCity will remain open (I hope).

KinderCity Evia Party

Are you looking to celebrate a themed-birthday party at KinderCity? Pre-pandemic their party package starts at P120,000.00 with an option to include additional setups like a Photo Booth and balloon display. You can also choose to add an extra layer of entertainment for your guests. They have magic shows, balloon twist, face paint and a lot more. And if you’d like to entertain your guests with food, you can avail their Food add-on option. They have popcorn, nachos, cotton candy and more. Go ahead and contact KinderCity Evia for a custom-made party package for your family. To get updates regarding their party packages, visit

Published by Elle Anorma

Elle Anorma dreams of having a PR and Digital Marketing Agency. After several years working in various Media and Communications companies in the Philippines, she took the steps to pursue her agency dream. With no capital to set up the business, she began the journey as a freelancer hoping to save enough to build her own team. She has worked with global clients for digital marketing projects in the Construction, Food Delivery, Real Estate, and Virtual Assistance to name a few while enjoying occasional trips with her daughter. Today, she aims to inspire parents and other Mompreneurs to continue pursuing their life goals.

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