We’re a bit late to the party, but it was Jacob’s first time at Kidzania Manila when we took him last month to celebrate his 6th birthday. I can’t believe this boy is already SIX years old. I keep on saying that on my social media because I really can’t believe it. I have a SIX year old. I’ve been a Mom for SIX years. *tears of joy*

We went on a weekday and luckily, Kidzania Manila had a Special Achievers rate for all tickets purchased and redeemed between March 16, 2017 to June 30, 2017.

35% discount to all KidZania Manila kid, toddler, and adult ticket purchase during weekdays
25% discount to all KidZania Manila kid, toddler, and adult ticket purchase during weekends

So we took advantage of this and also brought Wacky and his yaya with us, even though he can only stay at the toddler designated areas called RightZKeepers’ House and the Kindergarten. He enjoyed a lot there because it was filled with toys that he loved playing with. But when he saw Jacob running around the work area, he wanted to watch his Kuya too! For our tickets, we only spent Php 2,200+ for 3 adults, 1 kid and 1 toddler. Super sulit na! We were there from 10:30 AM to closing. Next time we’ll go 8:30 pa lang just to really sulit the place again.

Anyway, we vlogged about our first time at Kidzania Manila so you can watch the whole experience below. But here’s a photo heavy post dedicated to Jacob’s birthday at Kidzania Manila.

Checking in at the Cebu Pacific counters and getting his first 50 kidZos check!



He had to encash the check at BPI so he can use it to pay for trainings or buy something at the Department Store.

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He spent 15 kidZos to be trained at McDonald’s and learn how to make their famous cheeseburgers!





While waiting for Oscar to get in, he worked at the Construction Company of Kidzania



Wacky’s here to play too!


Next, he worked as an Emergency Medic at St. Luke’s Medical Center

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After waiting and waiting, he finally got to join Kidzania Police Academy and be a CSI agent!




After earning some kidZos, he went back to BPI to open an account (minimum of 20 kidZos) and put in all his cash, but keeping 20 kidZos in case he wants to do some training before he earns more,


They worked as dentists after.



Oh before the dentist pala, they worked as street band performers at the Star Magic center. They sang ‘Roar’ by Katy Perry. You can watch the vlog below!

Then finally, after waiting all day, Jacob finally fulfilled his dream of becoming a fire fighter (at least for 20 or so minutes!).




They worked as cookie connoisseurs at the Cream-O Cookie Factory. I didn’t get to take photos of this na because I was already feeling the day taking the life out of me. This was around 3PM already I think! After making cookies, Jacob was supposed to get his Driver’s License at A1 but they could only take 3 kids per cycle and it was nearing closing time. So he worked as a gas station attendant at Shell instead. So cute!



His last job for the day was at Healthy Options as a bagger boy. He was working through the grand parade that happens at closing time, so he wasn’t able to join that. Next time!


You can watch what happened in Part 2 of the vlog below:

I can’t wait to bring Jacob back to Kidzania. Hopefully this month I’ll get to take him twice to take advantage of their ticket sale and get him a Kidzania Citizen Pazzport so he can get discounts at training centers, get more kidZos and great deals at the Department Store.

KidZania Manila is located at Park Triangle, North 11th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City

Operating Hours

  • Mondays to Fridays: 9AM to 4PM
  • Saturdays: 9AM to 2PM and 3PM to 8PM
  • Sundays: 10AM to 5PM




Roxi is happily married and mom to two boys (#SantiagoBros!). Mommy blogger since 2010, work-at-home Mom as a virtual assistant and web designer at Mommy Mover.

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