Cosmic Kidz is so far the largest and tallest play area that we have visited in the metro. It is located in Mall of Asia (MOA) and is perfect for older kids than toddlers due to its maze and obstacle like structure. The area has 4 floor levels that houses foam climbers, tunnels, slides and nerf guns look-a-like that shoots safety ball foams on a specific area.
Cosmic Kidz is a sister company of Kidzcity: Play and Party Center at SM Aura BGC so rules and regulations are close to Kidzcity but structure and toys are different.
How much is the entrance fee?
For PHP 280.00 a child can stay inside for 1 hour; PHP 200.00 for 30 minutes and PHP 480.00 for Unlimited Play. Though the disappointing part here is that adult has a separate entrance though contradicting to their rules that children must be accompanied by adults at all time. Maybe they should consider including a free single entry for the parents on the fee. Adult pass costs PHP 120.00.
Cosmic Kidz are also being offered in Metrodeal and is relatively cheap. For PHP 180.00 a child can stay there for unlimited hours but parents must pay a separate fee. Also, as of this writing, they only offer the voucher on weekdays.
What should my child wear?
Wearing socks for the children and adults are required inside the play area. You can buy a pair of socks at the counter if you forgot to bring for PHP 50.00. Bringing food and drinks are not allowed, so a dedicated locker area is available at the entrance.
For the kids, I highly recommend that they wear comfortable clothes, preferably, tights or leggings and shirt with sleeves to avoid minor scratches and burns since there will be a lot of crawling.
What are the activities that we can expect there?
The place is a big maze / obstacle area and is ideal for bigger kids. Expect a lot of running, climbing and obstacle foams around the area.
Upon entrance, the staff will take a photo of you and your little ones for the purpose that they can easily recognize you when the play time is already over. You will then be greeted by an enclosed spiderweb obstacle with a trampoline as its base. As a stated this is perfect for bigger kids since they already know how to navigate and climb inside the web like area.
The place also has this long slide suitable for little kids. We stayed here for a long while little Sophie practiced how to slide on her own. The slide is a bit safer since it is not much raised and is a little flat on the middle that acts as a breaker.
Ball pit area is also available but this one is smaller compared to other ball pit areas that we have visited. But still, little Sophie loves ball pit so we cannot argue how small or big the ball pits are as long as there are ample balls available inside.
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With all fair, the area has child proofing installed. Most of the flooring, walls and edges are protected with foams. The only place that I find that needs improvement is the ball suction display from the center area where Nerf like guns are placed. Kids has the tendency to bump their head on this item while picking the foam balls from the area.
Also as mentioned, the place and activities (4 floor levels) are suitable for bigger kids aside from the ball pit and the long slide!
Related Play Areas in the metro:
- Kidzoona: A hip playground in the metro
- Kidzcity: Play and Party Center in SM Aura BGC
- Kids Happy Time Playground at Mckinley Hills Taguig
- Cosmic Kids Playground at SM Mall of Asia (MOA)
- Kevin’s Toys and Library Playarea at Glorietta 4 Makati
- Active Fun Playground at 9th Street BGC