Bacolod City is now seeing exciting things happening in our midst. We now have a huge one-stop indoor playground complex! Kidociti Philippines recently opened its doors and we can’t wait to share our experience with you.
Kidociti is a one-stop play and recreation center for kids. It occupies two floors and is equivalent to four commercial spaces combined. Located at Lopez-Jaena Street (beside Circle Inn), Bacolod City, Kidociti is huge!
The ground floor houses the cafe and salon while everything on the second floor screams of play! It would be nice if parents won’t allow their kids to play gadgets there and just let them sweat it out.
Why We Love Kidociti
My daughters and I went to Kidociti for their grand opening. The girls got to enjoy the play area and the wall climbing station. And here are the reasons why we love Kidociti.
Kidociti has a nice indoor playground set up. It has a ball pit at the bottom plus steps for climbing and slides. There is also a net wall that the kids can go up and down on using their upper body and leg strength.
- 30 minutes – P120
- 1 hour – P150
- 2 hours – P250
- Unlimited – P300
- Socks – P20
- Guardian’s fee – P30
Wall Climbing Facility
The wall climbing area is offered to kids as young as 7 years old. But it can also accommodate grown ups. There are four levels of difficulty. Beginners are advised to start at the easy level. Anyone that successfully overcomes the hard and difficult levels gets a prize.
- Wall climbing rate: P150 per hour
- Climbing shoes rental: P20
Birthday Party Area
The play area can be rented for birthday parties. The client can opt to just rent the place for the party or avail of party packages offered by Kidociti. These include decor, invitations, hosting, magicians, catering and other party needs. The play area can accommodate up to 30 kids at one time. Maximum capacity of the 2nd floor is 60 pax.
- Rental: P3,500 (first 3 hours)
The business started as Kido Soft Toys. So it’s no wonder that they are selling plush toys from small ones to really big stuffed animals. The toy display is off limits to playing kids.
Kidociti has a cafe at the ground floor serving ala carte and fast foods. They have cute iced drinks and fraps, too. Parents can leave their kids at the second floor and have snacks or coffee downstairs until the play time is up.
Salon for Kids and Grown-ups
Meanwhile, parents also have an option to have their hair and nails done at the salon while the kids play. Or, you can have a mother-daughter bonding. Plus, they can arrange a sparty for little girls.
Ample Parking Space
A big concern of parents is the parking space when bringing their children to a place. Thankfully, the building has a lot of parking spaces in front of the store.
I am very particular about cleanliness in public play places. So I had to ask them their cleaning schedules. The staff told me that they clean and disinfect the play area every day, especially the pool pit. I was told that the owners are very particular about this as well. So we’re good.
Kidociti is nice, clean, modern, and reasonably priced. They are open very early at 7:30am because they serve breakfast. So when kids don’t have school, bring them here and let them play — for real. 😀 I think the only thing missing here are costumes. 😀 And oh, if there’s anything that I would like to see them improve, it’s the lighting on the second floor. There are many dark areas, probably because of the color scheme. So it would do well to have more lights in the area when the kids are playing.
Visit them with your kids:
Kidociti Philippines, Inc.
Yakal cor Lopez-Jaena Streets, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental, Philippines
For inquiries, call (0939) 990 2000 | Open from Tuesday to Sunday | 7:30am to 9:00pm
FB page: Kidociti
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