So this afternoon, we decided to visit the place and see what's in store for my little ones.
The French Cafe
|I have to say they have complete set of toys! Their cafe is equipped with an oven, sink, stove, and a trolley of food! All are toys, of course.|
The Japanese Restaurant
|Very catching design from the outside already.|
|My kids really enjoyed playing in this restaurant. Even I enjoyed slicing and mixing the veggies in a pot. :D|
|My child really liked it here :D The toys look quite appetizing.|
|Complete with Japanese slippers!|
|They have a videoke inside!|
|A pretend foot spa :)|
|Sad to say, the laptop toy and the ATM machines don't work :( It's like they're there for display.|
|I'm actually surprised to see a bed with the exact size of my toddler! So cute!|
|Lots of dolls and toys to choose from|
|Of course, my son got so excited to try this electric car.|
|They really enjoyed running and playing :)|
They also accept party reservations! Here are the details:
Here some of the things I noticed after spending some time in Little Tycoons:
- The comfort room is also found inside the playhouse so the guardian and the kids don't have to go outside the play area if nature calls.
- Lots of toys to choose from.
- No slides
- No console games
- No pool of balls
- No restaurants within the building so I suggest you bring baon for your kids or you can go to one of Westgate's restaurants such as Brother's Burger, Congo Grille, etc.
- Socks are required inside for kids and adults so do bring some extra socks if you don't want to spend extra.
|Kid’s Pass –||P 200 / hour|
|P 400 / unlimited play time|
|Adult Pass –||P 50|
|Socks –||P 40|
The whole place is really safe for kids. Babies can enter, too, but naturally they do need their parents/guardians with them. Speaking of babies, if you happen to look for some baby gears and such, check out Kokopax and you might find something interesting.
2/F Westgate Hub, Westgate Center