Top 6 kids playtime destinations in Macau

By Doris Lam

Macau may seem like a playground made for adults with its luxe hotels and glittering casinos, but there are plenty of children-centred activities too. Whether you’re looking for a playdate location, an afternoon playing bumper cars or to throw the most extravagant birthday party in existence, we’ve compiled the top six playtime locations in the city so our mom and dad readers can rest easy and relax in both rain or shine, indoor and outdoor family fun.

POLI CAFE
Opened in 2017, Poli Cafe, a Robocar Poli themed restaurant is Macau's first large scaled child’s dream restaurant. While parents enjoy their delicious food such as hamburger, French apple foie gras saute, pizza, Portuguese sea food rice, drinks and dessert, kids can roam free at the restaurant’s playing area, filled with slides, a mini ball pit, electronic game, large lego and Poli toys during weekdays, on weekends, there will be a minimum charge but only $100 for adults and $80 for children on food, that restaurant can satisfy both for you and your kids!

Address: G/F, Block 3, Jardins Sun Yick, 1-3 Rampa dos Cavaleiros, Mong-Há, Macau
Phone: +853 2852 2391
Website: https://www.facebook.com/policafemo/


Photography: POLI CAFE

Fun Snow World
Claiming to be the biggest indoor children’s playground in Macau, Fun Snow World takes up about 10000 square feet in space, with areas dedicated to parties, climbing nets, slides, ball pit, sandbox and the most importantly game is the bumper cars that's exclusive in Macau. Be sure to check out their Facebook about the updates regarding parent-child activity schedule timetables, DIY workshops and the special discounts.

Address: Unit E, 1/F, Fei Choi Kong Cheong Building, Rua da Tribuna, Macau
Phone: +853 2842 2516
Website: https://www.facebook.com/funfunlokmo/


Photography: Fun Snow World

Castle BB
Taking up about 8000 square feet, Castle BB’s foam and ball pits, gigantic sandbox, rockets and futuristic decor make it the coolest spot to throw a birthday party. Their event room is painted and decorated into a space of the blue galaxy, with planets hanging from the ceiling, turning the room into a beautiful backdrop for photos. Each birthday party is personalized with themes such as the Minions, Peppa pig, Doraemon, Frozen and Batman, with the staff paying close attention to details.

Address: 1F-G, Kin Chit Building, Estrada de D. Maria II, Macau
Phone: +853 6881 2991
Website: www.facebook.com/寶堡王國-239128846895150/
Wechat: castle-bb


Photography: Castle BB

Just For Fun
Learning through playing is the best way to learn social skills and team work. Dedicated staffs from Just For Fun will first communicate with the parents to understand the kid’s strength and weakness and recommend various interactive games and fun activities best suited for respective child from different age groups. You can also book a private party with them and have intimate fun with family members and close friends. Follow their Face Book for their latest events and fun activities such as “Rock and Roll” dance event, “ Children Sports Meet” and many more …

Address: Room D, 16 Rua de Sacadura Cabral, Macau
Phone: +853 2856 5009
Website: https://www.facebook.com/justforfunmacau/

Hac Sa Reservoir Family Walk
1.5 km Hac Sa Reservoir Family Walk is a stunning path that allows visitors to ride in paddle boats and canoes. It eventually leads to an alluring view of Hac Sa Beach, a popular launchpad for boats that’s known as a black-sand stretch, though it’s closer to beige. Hikers with extra reserves of energy can continue to the Hac Sa Reservoir Fitness Walk (2.65km), with its nine fitness stations and enticing coastal path; apart from panoramic views of the sea, there are impressive rock formations and a wide variety of flora. 

Address: Hac Sa Reservoir
Phone: +853 2888 0087
Website: https://nature.iacm.gov.mo/e/trails/detail/243a57fa-8439-472e-888e-743a64cda20a

Macau Giant Panda Pavilion
On the opposite side of Coloane, Seac Pai Van Park Nature Walk (1.7km) is a picturesque education in ecology and animal life. At the start of the trail is Seac Pai Van Park, Macau’s largest area of greenery, whose undoubted highlight is the Macau Giant Panda Pavilion with its residents Kai Kai and Xin Xin, and their two-year-old twin cubs Jian Jian and Kang Kang. The park also leads off into the Seac Pai Van Nature Education Walk.

Address: Estr. de Seac Pai Van, Macau
Phone: +853 2888 0087
Website: www.macaupanda.org.mo 


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