Sunday, 3 March 2013


キッズ・シティ @ シティーオブドリームス . 어린이 공원 @ 시티 오브 드림즈 . 童梦天地 @ 新濠天地

(This is a postdated post. Trip took place in Mar 2011.)

This was Mom's and my first visit to Macau, whilst Grandma had been here a few times. We visited Senado Square and the Ruins of St. Paul's earlier, and the City of Dreams was our second last stop for the day.

Taking the free shuttle

Vquarium - virtual mermaids!
Main lobby of the City of Dreams

Grandma went to have a look at the casino, and Mom and I went to Kids' City, which was the "largest kids playground in Macau"!

Head towards Hard Rock Hotel, and take the escalator to Level 2
Reception @ Kids' City

It was a big place, and not many people were inside.
Everything looked fun!

Take off shoes here

Astro slide
Bouncy igloo
For the "littler" ones ... it was still fun for me
For art and crafts
Make-believe in outer space
Playing dress-up! Mom tried to get me to wear a costume ... no thanks!
No shows then
My favourite area
Giant tetris!
I am not cheating ... I just can't reach

Mom said I'm too small but I insist
My first try

Time's up, and I was sad to have to leave Kids' City.
From the City of Dreams, we crossed the road to visit The Venetian.

Crown Hotel, City of Dreams
Hard Rock Hotel, City of Dreams

The Venetian


Mom's Notes
  • Socks are required for both adults and kids! Socks can also be purchased at the reception
  • I was not aware there was a guideline on proper attire then ... but the place was rather chilly so good to put on a sweater
  • Unlimited and free play of arcade games, so it can either be a bane or a boon for parents (most of the older kids were stuck here)
  • Otherwise, plenty of toys, activities and play areas to keep kids occupied for at least 2 hours
  • Toilets for kids and adults are located inside
  • Adults and kids are tagged, and parents are free to exit and re-enter as long as the wrist tags are intact
  • A fun and colourful place for kids, and it is clean and relatively neat. There are minders standing around to supervise the kids, so it is convenient for parents who wish to tour the casino and need some place to keep the kids busy and looked after
View of the Venetian from the City of Dreams

     Address:           Level 2, Hard Rock Hotel Macau, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau
     Tel:                 (853) 8868 3000
     Directions:        Take the free shuttle service provided by City of Dreams
                            (click here for the schedule and pick-up points)
     Opening Hours: 10.30am - 8.30pm

Admission Fees:
For kids from 2-12 years old, admission on a 2-hour block
Children under the age of 4 must be accompanied by parents.

Mon to Thu                            MOP90 per 2-hour block
Fri to Sun and Public Holidays  MOP100 per 2-hour block

Adults enter for free when accompanying children.



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