Set in Kiztopia Town @ VivoCity with uniquely themed containers, ‘My Little 90’s Job Adventure’ event ignites children’s imagination with an immersive role-play experience to explore a range of professions set in the 90’s
From 26 May to 25 June 2023, My Little 90’s Job Adventure, jointly presented by Kiztopia and VivoCity, is set to create an insightful world of pretend play comprising eight air-conditioned role-play rooms specially-designed to simulate real-life scenarios for children to discover a range of professions.
Targeted at children aged four to eight years old, each curated role-play experience allows Kizzos to step into the shoes of up to eight intriguing professionals, including a chef, police officer, veterinary assistant, postman and builder, and work with Kiztopia Friends to complete a range of enriching tasks.
Spanning 1,010 square metres across VivoCity’s Outdoor Plaza, Level 1, My Little 90’s Job Adventure is designed to depict a town with its own town centre offering children a chance to explore what it is like to live and work in a functioning city as adults.
From creating their very own ‘pizza’ masterpiece to solving crimes, little aspirants can look forward to leap into the world of wonder and possibilities at Kiztopia Town as they learn important life skills through play.
After completing the ‘job’, each child will earn KizKash that can be used at the KizKash Exchange store to ‘shop’ for a keepsake to commemorate their hard work. Kiztopia Town also features the well-loved Tiger’s Obstacle Race and Mark’s Inflatable Ball Pit suitable for toddlers to enjoy a bouncy good time. Specially-designed rocking chairs featuring Kiztopia’s unique IP registered characters offer the perfect spot to chill and recharge.
“We are excited to be partnering with VivoCity again to bring yet another brand-new concept for little Kizzos and families to enjoy a stimulating play experience. In line with Kiztopia’s approach of ‘Play to Learn, Learn through Play’, My Little 90’s Job Adventure allows children to try out different adult roles in realistic scenarios to better understand the world around them, and help them develop social, emotional, problem-solving, communication and creativity skills in a fun way,” said Ms Heidi Tian, Founder and CEO of Kiztopia.
“As we celebrate VivoCity Kids Club’s 6th anniversary, we are delighted to partner with Kiztopia to present ‘My Little 90’s Job Adventure’, promising a wholesome holiday activity this June” says Gwen Au, Vice President for Marketing Communications, MPACT Property Management. “Through the event, we hope to create a unique and rewarding experience where children are able to learn some life-skills through fun and play.”
Tickets are now available for purchase online for sets of four and eight role-play activities. Single role-play activity tickets will be available for purchase onsite from 26 May 2023. Each child will receive an Explorer Card that will be stamped upon completion of each role-play activity.
📅 26 May to 25 Jun 2023
⏰ Mon – Thurs: 3pm to 9pm Fri – Sun/PH: 10am to 9pm
– each role-play activity takes 15-20 minutes
📍 VivoCity Outdoor Plaza
Please click here to purchase.
One role play activity: $10.00*
Four role play activities: $28.00
Eight role play activities: $48.00
Four role play activities: $56.00
Eight role play activities: $96.00
* available for onsite purchase only
– limited Express Passes will be available for sale onsite daily
– pre-sales/Kids Club members are entitled to 10% off
– purchased activities have a validity of three days from the intended date of visit
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