Z’s school was closed last week so KM and I decided to bring him to Pororo Park. Z was first introduced to Pororo when he received a dump truck with Pororo on it. He loves how the dump truck moves and how simultaneously, Pororo will start bobbing up and down.We started telling him that it’s called the Pororo Dump Truck and that’s how he met his first character ‘friend’.
Z went on the Pororo Train ride. There was a long queue so I recommend any parents to queue for the ride when you enter. Also note, parents are not allowed to go on the train.
Then we started to play with all the different parts of the park including the ball pit, the slides and tunnels. I would say, the tunnels are a lot more interesting than the ones he’s played in Singkids and Polliwogs.
As part of this, he also gets to watch a Pororo Concert with Pororo and his friends. Z seemed to like Pororo friends a lot better then.
Price for 2 hours: $23.50* for kids under 2 (Price does not include accompanying parents and we needed to top up $6 per adult)
Age: 18 months – 5 years
We personally felt that the setup would really bore a kid who is in primary school. There’s another area for young toddlers from 10months onwards.