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Your Guide To Kiztopia Hong Kong: Mega Play Area In Sha Tin

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Combining play with edutainment, it’s no wonder that Kiztopia been a hit with kids and parents alike since its Hong Kong launch a little over a year ago. Here’s what you need to know to plan your visit there.

There are plenty of reasons why Kiztopia is considered a kid’s utopia! Started by a mum-of-two who knows just what kids want, this popular indoor playground chain from Singapore has now reached Hong Kong. Its flagship outlet is in Sha Tin and caters to kids of all ages and their fun-loving parents. If you haven’t visited Kiztopia yet, we can tell you it’s worth a family day out to the New Territories. Read on to learn how to make the most of your visit.

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Kiztopia Hong Kong: Flagship Outlet In New Town Plaza, Sha Tin

The first outlet in Hong Kong was the flagship one at New Town Plaza. It’s an eye-watering 12,000 square feet of everything to do with playing and learning! It has up to 15 play areas, some of which have giant slides (2 storeys high! Didn’t we mention ‘mega’ before?!), others with ball pits, climbing frames, bubble pools, trampolines and more. It caters to all ages, so you’ll find parents having just as much fun as their kids. Inspired by the Disney movie, Zootopia, Kiztopia features original animal characters, including a bear, hippo, tiger and rabbit; and play areas are themed to suit the animal they represent.

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Our Favourites At Kiztopia HK

Playing at Kiztopia’s well-designed play areas is meant to help develop a child’s motor skills; such as the sections for obstacle courses and role-playing, which also work on a child’s problem-solving ability and creativity. We love the Occupation Experience Zone and workshops, where children get a chance to play and learn about various professions, including a chance to be a store manager.

Our Sassy Juniors have also passed their verdict – the rock climbing zones (also toddler-friendly!), trampolines, sand pits (instead of sand, they use tiny wooden cubes – interesting texture to play in!) and the pretend supermarket shopping has their vote!

Other popular areas include the bowling areas (we love that the staff are always there to help!), the car engineering set-up and the Drago inflatable bouncy castle!

Kiztopia believes that learning happens hand-in-hand with playing. Inspired by Howard Gardner’s theory on multiple intelligences, Kiztopia offers enrichment programmes and activities that work on making your young learner Word Smart, Logic Smart, Picture Smart, Music Smart, Body Smart, People Smart, Nature Smart or Self Smart.

Parents love the fact that their kids are well taken care of in Kiztopia. The mum-founder has specifically instructed the staff at Kiztopia to be attentive to children and watch out for signs of rough play, bullying and playground politics. The Sassy Mamas on the team can vouch for the fact that the environment is safe and it’s quite relaxing to spend time at Kiztopia while the kids are happily and productively engaged.

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Kiztopia Hong Kong Tickets & Pricing

Kiztopia offers specific day and any-day tickets on Klook, along with annual passes. You don’t need to book a time slot and can use the ticket for one or two hours (as per the ticket purchased) at any time within the operating hours of Kiztopia. Buy your ticket and exchange it for a wristband at the reception. Remember that wristbands are not exchangeable, so you can’t swap places with your partner halfway through the time you are there.

Children under the age of 12 months enter for free along with a paying child or adult (birth certificate required for verification). The prices for child tickets include the price for an adult, as all children under 12 years have to be accompanied by a paying adult or paying child.

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Sassy Mama tip: Always buy your tickets on Klook in advance to ensure that you get a spot. The staff at Kiztopia are careful to control the number of people at the playground, so you might need to wait a while before entering (don’t worry – given the size of Kiztopia, it’s never too long!). However, popular spots like the giant slides can get crowded, so watch out for excited children who may forget to follow the rules thanks to the rush of adrenaline!

Operating hours: Monday to Sunday – 10am to 8pm; Last admission: 7pm
How much: Starting at $108 for a 1-hour day pass
Booking: Kiztopia tickets are available on Klook.

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Birthday Parties & School Events At Kiztopia HK

Naturally, Kiztopia is a popular venue for birthday parties. Birthday party packages for a party of 10 children (and accompanying adults) start at $4,588.

Kiztopia also does school and group events. For a minimum of 30 kids, school events are arranged for $198/student and accompanying teacher. Your child’s school could choose to customise the package by adding fun and learning activities for the children.

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Brand Extensions Of Kiztopia – Bouncetopia & Jumptopia

Kiztopia has now expanded its presence in Hong Kong with its Bouncetopia and Jumptopia brands. The Bouncetopia outlet in Airside, Kai Tak is the brand’s first overseas presence (after Singapore) and its largest! Not quite as big as Kiztopia but large nevertheless, this indoor playground is over 8,000 square feet. It caters to a slightly younger clientele (2 to 10 years old) and has up to 13 obstacle courses and a huge inflatable trampoline castle.

Jumptopia is Kiztopia’s mega bouncy castle event, usually done at mall atriums for special and festive occasions. Jumptopia is currently on over the Easter break at Diamond Hill Plaza Hollywood.

Booking: Klook

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Other Important Information While Visiting Kiztopia Hong Kong

Looking to refuel while at Kiztopia? You don’t need to step out of the playground at all. Visit Bell Cafe at Kiztopia and order snacks for kids and cool yourself down with some iced tea. The menu is limited but your kids are likely to be having too much fun to notice!

Kiztopia, LB08-LB09, Play Park, New Town Plaza I, Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong, 2891 2038,

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  Main image courtesy of Klook, image 1 courtesy of Helena Chi, image 2 courtesy of Kiztopia via Instagram, image 3 and 4 courtesy of Klook, image 5 courtesy of Kiztopia, image 6 courtesy of Kiztopia via Instagram.   Store manager via Instagram, supermarket and lego via Instagram, wide shot with fsamily via Instagram,

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