Into the jungle: Tropical Easter safari with Piccolo Kids Club

posted March 22, 2018 at 12:22 pm
Hop on to an amazing journey to the tropical jungle, and have an adventure with Piccolo Kids Club this coming Easter Sunday.

Discover nature’s beauty and fascinating facts about your friendly safari animals. This April 1, Easter Sunday, the kids club invites its little guests to embark on a journey to the wild with special activities to enjoy. Be amazed with Tropical Jungle Magic Show and participate in a face painting session. Take home creative figures with balloon twisting, and have fun with other tots through exciting games. Registration starts at 9 a.m.

Piccolo Play
Marco Polo Ortigas Manila adds up to this special getaway with its Piccolo Kids Club room which is especially created to cater to the young ones to make weekends and holidays more interesting for them at the only 5-star hotel property on the Ortigas side of the metro. Located at the ground floor, Piccolo Kids Club is a perfect venue for kids to interact with other children in a fun and wholesome environment. With playing toys, coloring items, and exciting movies, children will not miss out on a fun and playful day. Kids will be encouraged to explore their creative and fun side from experimenting with arts and crafts, and socializing with new friends.

Share the joy of a hopscape this Easter with the family, and experience a staycation like no other at the Forbes Travel Guide twice-in-a-row Five-Star Award winner.

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Topics: Piccolo Kids Club , Easter Sunday
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