Cosmic Kidz is another attraction specifically for kids at the Kids Universe in Mall of Asia. A huge playground awaits kids, an hour-long of playtime is not enough so be prepared when your kids beg you for an extension of play. Rates are pretty stiff though, and unlike Active Fun where accompanying adults are free, Cosmic Kid charges adults too and implements a one adult per kid policy.
Cosmic Kids admission rates:
30-Minute Play – P180
One Hour Play – P250
Unlimited Play – P480
Extension (every 30 Minutes) – P180
Adult Pass (1 adult per kid) = P120
Socks – P30
I accompanied my 3-year-old nephew at Cosmic Kidz, I came with my flip flops and they required me to buy socks or I will not be allowed inside. The Php 30 socks sucks, it’s like a disposable one! Better bring your own next time or buy a good quality one inside SM Department Store so you can use it again.
When I said Cosmic Kidz is “huge”, it means it has 4 or 5 stories of playground space for your kids. I was completely exhausted chasing my nephew inside. Areas/levels are divided depending on activities and kids’ ages.
First level is for toddlers:
Second level has educational toys, gadgets and musical instruments…
There are also play areas where kids can jump up and down in a pool covered with balloons and balls…
Higher levels are really for kids ages 7 and up, especially the very steep slide.
Make sure that you watch out for your kids’ safety when inside the playground because the watchers inside can’t really pay attention to all those kids. Besides, the area has so many loops and mazes that’s difficult to get by for an adult.
If you don’t intend to accompany your child inside Cosmiz Kidz, you might want to chill out at The Creamery and enjoy Selecta concoctions while waiting for your child.
If your kids are still begging for more play, you can check out other attractions outside Mall of Asia, San Miguel by the Bay area and try WOW Balls.
South Park Building of Mall of Asia