DreamPlay Celebrates 1st Anniversary
DreamPlay, one of the most exciting entertainment centers in Manila, celebrates its first year anniversary with a repertoire of new attractions, a selection of exclusive activities, and a rousing dance competition. The DreamWorks-inspired interactive play space in City Of Dreams Manila, DreamPlay lets children experience their wildest dreams, whether it’s becoming a kung fu master or soaring through the skies with dragons. City of Dreams Manila Property President Geoff Andres is very proud of DreamPlay as it is the only one of its kind in the world. One of the rewarding aspects of his job, he says, is seeing the faces of children light up as they go through DreamPlay’s different attractions. “They play. They smile. They are engaged. It’s the same with adults. You can see that their imaginations are unlocked, too.”
In conjunction with DreamPlay’s first year anniversary, there will be activities and new attractions:
* Watch the 4D theatrical special “Megamind: The Button of Doom” at the Dream Theater. * Enjoy a new lesson at the interactive Kung Fu Fighting dojo. * Create your own movie module with the Penguins of Madagascar at the Dream Studio. * Join a new competition at “Whatever Floats Your Boat.”
A flash mob performance of DreamPlay characters and dancers at The Shops at The Boulevard
DreamPlay's anniversary activities
* Have your pictures taken with DreamWorks characters Shrek, Fiona, Alex, Po, and King Julien. Plus, you can have these pictures printed, too, to take home. * Make hot air balloon shaped gingerbread cookies with Shrek and Donkey at “Cooking with Gingy” on weekends * Be treated to flash mobs of DreamWorks characters on weekends. * Take part in interactive arts and crafts workshops.
King Julien of Madagascar joins the DreamPlay family and kicked off King Julien’s Dance Off, a dance group competition for children ages 7 to 14
King Julien's Dance Off
Capping the festivities is “King Julien’s Dance Off,” a dance competition for children ages 7 to 14 with over P100,000 hundred worth of prizes at stake. Interested groups are asked to upload their dance videos at cityofdreams.com.ph/dreamplaydanceoff until June 30, 2016. Twelve semi-finalists will be selected, but only six groups will compete in the Grand Finals at City of Dreams Manila’s Grand Ballroom on July 16, 2016.
For DreamPlay inquiries and admission, guests can call 800 8080 or e-mail email@example.com or visit cityofdreamsmanila.com.ph.
More photos from the launch of the anniversary activities:
Celebrity guest Tessa Prieto-Valdes and her daughter Athena cut the DreamPlay cake and were joined by City of Dreams Manila Property President Geoff Andres and Family Entertainment Center Head Tourino Dilaga
Nina Corpuz with daughters Stella and Emily pose for a photo with Shrek and Fiona
Children from the Bahay Aruga orphanage in Paranaque experienced DreamPlay for a day and took part in Gingy’s gingerbread-making class, “Cooking with Gingy”
What you need to know
Location: Upper Ground Floor, The Shops at the Boulevard Opening Hours: 11AM to 8PM on weekdays (Monday to Thursday); 10AM to 10PM on weekends (Friday to Sunday) and holidays Contact: 808-0909 Dress Code: Suitable for physical activities; socks should be worn Ticket Purchase: At the DreamPlay entrance, or online via smtickets.com
Prices: Weekends and holidays Children (4 – 17 years old, or those 18 and above who wish to participate in all activities): P880 for 4 hours; P300 hourly extension; P1,500 day rate Adult (Unaccompanied adults will not be allowed entry): P400 for for 4 hours; P150 hourly extension; P680 day rate Toddler (2 – 4 years old): P100 for 4 hours; P100 day rate
Prices: Weekdays Children (4 – 17 years old, or those 18 and above who wish to participate in all activities): P680 for 4 hours; P480 for 2 hours; P250 hourly extension; P1,200 day rate Adult (Unaccompanied adults will not be allowed entry): P300 for 4 hours; P260 for 2 hours; P120 hourly extension; P350 day rate Toddler (2 – 4 years old): P50 for 4 hours; P50 for 2 hours; P50 day rate