For busy working parents, having to leave their kids at home can be frustrating. But you can let them have fun and learn during those hours.
That's how Active Fun, a world-class indoor interactive play and party center, came up with the vision to promote exercise in a safe, fun environment and play venue to develop several skills of children. It promotes an active lifestyle for kids to exercise mind and body and improve well-being while at young age.
Kids are encouraged to use their imagination to explore and think outside of the box. Attractions like pillars, punching bags, soft balls, bridges, tunnels and planks mounted inside the play area help children practice analytical and motor skills such as climbing, running, rolling, crawling, jumping on the trampoline or simply lounging in the ball pits. Being in a shelter with kids at play also promote the development of social skills because they learn to play and interact.
Since it opened at Bonifacio High Street in November 2011, ActiveFun has provided an environment that enhances children’s physical and social skills. It is a dynamic, clean, and safe place where kids can engage in fun, creative activities under the supervision of qualified staff. It offers trampolines, hanging bridges, giant slides and other exciting features ensuring that toddlers and kids will not get bored for even a second.
Active Fun opened it's newly built interactive center in Mega Fashion Hall of SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City. The new center offers new attractions such as Water Bed, Rocking Chair, Shark Tube, Revolving Tunnel, Mini Ball Fountain, Fun & Learn Panels and LED Ball Pool.
ActiveFun is also a great venue for birthdays and other special occasions for children. Choose from Royal, Pirate, Safari, Rock Star and Carnival themes.
For booking inquiries, contact 0916-7607867.
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