Not Just Child’s Play: DreamPlay by Dreamworks in City of Dreams Manila is Open For Grown-Ups, Too!

The DreamWorks entertainment playground has always been fun for kids, but it's also perfect for adults who want to explore obstacle courses and live their ninja dreams. Here's a look at what grown-ups can experience -- no children required.

DreamPlay, the DreamWorks entertainment playground in City of Dreams Manila, has always been fun for kids–the little ones can explore the worlds of popular films like Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon, Shrek, and many more interactive adventures brought to life by DreamWorks animation. This is the only destination in the world where DreamWorks characters all come together for guests to experience fun through playing, creating, and learning.

DreamPlay features 12 play spaces that feature favorites from DreamWorks Animation

But DreamPlay isn't just child's play — it is also perfect for adults who want to explore obstacle courses and live their ninja dreams, and simply want to feel like a child again discovering a new world. In fact, DreamPlay has also become a destination for Company Team Building, with their unique, fun, and challenging guest experiences.

Here's a look at the top DreamPlay activities that grown-ups can experience — no children required! Yes, you heard it right — you can come here regularly with your officemates, barkada, and other adult companions even if you're not bringing along a child.

The highlight of your trip to DreamPlay would definitely be the Kung Fu Panda themed attractions, where you train like Po the Panda and other legendary warriors. Come in activewear (sneakers, shorts/leggings, socks) to experience this!
Challenge your balance and bravery two stories high at Thread of Enlightenment
The elaborate rope and obstacle course has different levels of difficulty (140cm minimum height requirement)
Make this active fun attraction more challenging by accomplishing it at your best time!
All interactive attractions in this area have guests strapped in their harness and wearing helmets — safety first!
Wall of Destiny: face your fear of heights! (120cm minimum height requirement)

Beat the speed of your friends while wall climbing–don't stop until you reach the very top to ring the bell!
Different levels of difficulty are available for wall climbers
How far can you jump? Climb up and take a leap of faith, and reach for the punching bag.
Stairway to Heaven: a thrilling climb that challenges your balance and fear of heights; the poles get wobblier as you progress!
After working up a sweat with the physical challenges in the world of Kung Fu Panda, unwind and let your creativity flow at DreamStudio, where you can make your own animated film.
You can also take a quick breather while enjoying a short 4D show at the Dream Theatre
Enter the world of How to Train Your Dragon where you can climb up and slide in different dragon slides that twist and turn

Attend Hiccup's workshop where you can build your own dragon — choose its arms, wings, head, and tail — and let it fly.
At the DinoTrux attraction, you get to control and navigate a glowing ball through a construction site using a touchscreen; it's like a high-tech race course you can play with other people.

Should you start getting hungry, head to Chez Gingy, DreamPlay's signature restaurant serving comfort food like pasta, pizza, sandwiches, snacks, and ice cream
You can learn how to make your very own gingerbread cookie at Gingy's class

Take home your freshly baked treat
Don't miss out on the character appearances all day at DreamPlay, so you can hug Po the Panda and have a photo with him too
Meet Shrek and Fiona at their house in Shrek's Swamp Stomp
Bring home souvenirs or buy your gifts at the DreamShop before calling it a day

For the DreamPlay map with the complete list of attractions, click here.

DreamPlay is located at the Upper Ground Floor of The Shops at the Boulevard, City of Dreams Manila. It is open 10am to 9pm Monday to Thursday (Weekdays), and 9am to 10pm Friday to Sunday (Weekends/Holidays). Regular rates are P680/Weekday and P880/Weekends. Toddlers below 80 centimeters in height enter for free. VIP Pass (P1,500) and Family Pass (P8,000 Annual Pass good for 4 persons) are also available. Pay for your passes a the DreamPlay entrance, or online via Cash, credit cards or Dream Rewards points accepted. You can also purchase passes online here. For Company Team Building inquiries, call 632 808 0909 or e-mail Like DreamPlay on Facebook (/dreamplayph) and follow on Instagram (@dreamplaymanila), and visit for more information.


Hello Dreamers! Visit us anytime all-year-round with your favorite DreamWorks characters. Hurry, avail DreamPlay Family Annual Pass NOW! Benefits & Kit Inclusions: 1. Unlimited DreamPlay entry for 12 months 2. Good for 4 persons 3. Express Check in 4. 25% off on birthday party entertainment package 5. 20% off on DreamPlay retail items 6. 20% off on Photo op with the characters 7. Invites to DreamPlay special events 8. Promotional emails Terms & Conditions: 1. Valid for 12 months only. 2. Applicable to the pass holders only. 3. Annual pass to be presented upon entry. No Card, no entry. 4. Holders below 10 years old must be accompanied by an adult. 5. For special events, pass holder is eligible to join upon payment of the event fee. For more information, please call 808 0909. #PlayCreateAndLearn #DreamPlayManila

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Bea is ClickTheCity's Features Editor and Head of Content Services, and gets into quite a number of food mischief due to her appropriately feisty appetite. Travel, food, and fitness go hand in hand for her -- this fitness fangirl enjoys working out to counter all the glorious food. Bea graduated DLSU with a double degree in Communication Arts and Advertising Management, and considers her Taft life to be her first formal education on street food. While doughnuts and ice cream are the known weaknesses of this self-confessed serial snacker, she also has a soft spot for puns.

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