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DreamWorks opens first indoor theme park in City of Dreams Manila

Kids and the kids at heart can soon learn how to fly a dragon and cook some cookies with Gingy at DreamWorks DreamPlay, the animation studio’s indoor theme park at the newly-opened City of Dreams Manila.

Dubbed by Gist.Ph as DreamWork’s first theme park in the world, the interactive play space offers attractions from its various animated franchises, themed activities, and even 4D theaters.

Munchkins wishing to learn kung fu with The Furious Five and Po can climb the Vertical Wall of Awesomeness and tackle Shifu’s Training Hall.

Fans of How To Train Your Dragon can become a dragon rider with How To Fly Your Dragon, while those more fond of ancient reptiles can try fixing a few dinosaurs with the DinoTrux Repair Game.

Shrek fans can help the grumpy ogre grab his keys after stomping through his swamp, but if hiking seems too bothersome, then the Penguins of Madagascar would gladly accept help in building a new boat.

After a long day of play, parents and kids can eat at the DreamWorks Cafe or even hold a party at themed private rooms fit for 70 persons.

DreamWorks DreamPlay will open its doors in March.

– Rie Takumi, GMA News

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