Fun time with your kids at ActiveFun

May 16, 2009 at 11:23 am 1 comment

When you’re a parent and has a growing child, you start to think which play center suits your exploring angel. And come to think of it, there are a lot of play centers in the Philippines. But which one offers the best facilities? When Zoe was less than a year old, we used to expose her to a play center called Gymboree. Until she reached 1yr old. Early this year, before Zoe turned two, a friend suggested that we visit ActiveFun. So we did. We didn’t know that their facilities are much better than that of Gymboree and others. In fact, at this age, Zoe would probably get bored if we’d bring her there.

Zoe at Active Fun

Zoe plays balls at Active Fun

Zoe played balls at Active Fun

Zoe crosses the hanging bridge

crossed the hanging bridge,

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climbed the soft stairs going up,

Zoe at ActiveFun

and crossed the tunnel.

ActiveFun is more than a play center. The name itself describes what your child can expect from them the said activity center- pure active fun! Its gigantic slides, foam balls, trampolines, obstacle and soft climbing areas (even wall climbing areas for bigger kids) allow them to explore and enhance their motor skills. It also utilizes coordination, creativity and teamwork. Indeed, it’s a great bonding moment with your kid. And I must admit, we had so much fun. But we were the ones who got tired easily (at my age 35 and my husband at 30). Mind you, one hour is not enough for kids because they just couldn’t get enough of ActiveFun. They will never be!

 

Zoe’s second time to play at ActiveFun was the time we got an invitation from a dear friend named Apple. She’s a Marketing consultant for ActiveFun and a shareholder as well. This time around, we didn’t get to play with Zoe coz our dear Aiden wanted to take care of Zoe all by himself. So we gave him that pleasure provided that Zoe’s nanny is just around to check on them while giving Aiden and Zoe ample space to play and have fun. Here’s the best part. Foodie! Little did we know that ActiveFun serves delectable dishes. Pizza and pasta were great. Everything’s superb! We just loved it. Indeed, ActiveFun is a place both for kids and adults to spend quality time together.

Zoe and Aiden stepped on the piano mat for some music
Zoe and Aiden stepped on the piano mat for some music
see saw with Kuya Aiden!

see saw with Kuya Aiden!

Aiden and Zoe pose for a snap shot

Aiden and Zoe pose for a snap shot

Come May 20 and 21, from 10:00am to 9:00pm, Active Fun will have a Rain or Shine party at the Fun Ranch Tiendesitas, Pasig branch and Macapagal Avenue, Pasay branch.  While ActiveFun celebrates the first anniversary of its Alabang branch on May 22, from 10:00am to 9:00pm. For the three events, expect a fun-filled, enchanting adventure with ActiveFun’s magic show, mascot show, games and prizes, loot bags, snacks and unlimited play all for the price of Php350.00 while Fun Club members get a special rate of Php300.00.

AF-Alabang play frame1

Active Fun is by far the biggest play area in the Philippines that measures about 450 square meters. It ensures development of the motor and coordination skills of children from age 2 to 12. It has various activities built for the exploring and adventurous kids! The play center is divided into two areas, a soft play area for 2 to 5 years old and the play frame for 5 to 12 years of age. Active Fun is a unique concept brought by couples Tony and Gina Butler who both wanted an exciting play facility and at the same time, a comfortable place for adults to watch and wait on their kids. Active Fun is deemed as a haven where kids and adults get to bond together.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. roy  |  September 8, 2009 at 3:42 pm

    …… active fun is so beautiful place ……

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