Got young, restless children who need to work off some of that boundless energy? Well truck along to the seriously cheap indoor children’s play zone; corner of Cua Dai and Tran Nhan Tong. From trampolines, climbing apparatus and play houses to ball pools and play cars – it’s as good as you’ll find in any country.
Open from mid-afternoon to 9 or 9.30pm, it’s a hard to miss structure of bright fluorescent green with a couple of giant crickets painted on the front. Don’t forget: thrown into your cheap as chips entry ticket is a free train ride and, for a little extra, your artistic progenies can create a Michelangelo masterpiece on one of the many plaster models on offer.
It’s clean and modern with plenty of excitement but be mindful, as it’s still unknown to most tourists, the Vietnamese staff has no English. Nothing a bit of body language can’t handle – and it’s so cheap!
Price guide in Vietnamese Dong:
40,000 VND entry ticket (includes a train ride); approx. 10,000 VND sand art and 20,000 VND painting plaster models.
No food on sale but the Banh Mi stand directly left on Cua Dai can provide you with a delicious banh mi – or bring what you need. Drinks are served in the Centre and purchased by paying the cashier to get a drinks voucher. They also have birthday party packages.
Address: Corner Cua Dai & Tran Nhan Tong
Hours: Monday – Saturday: 4pm – 9pm; Sundays and Public Holidays: 3.30pm – 9.30pmBack to previous page