Christmas Playville at Megaworld Lifestyle Malls

Christmas comes early for young kids at Megaworld Lifestyle Malls with the introduction of the latest toy specialty concept in the Philippines known as the Christmas Playville.

One of the biggest kiddie events this season of celebrations, Christmas Playville at Megaworld Lifestyle Malls brings over a hundred toy brands loved and enjoyed by kids all over the world such as Hot Wheels, Barbie, Fisher Price, Mega Blocks, Tobot, Hatchimals, Ben 10, Thomas and Friends, among others.

The event activity guised as a gingerbread area will be opening its doors to the public on November 15 across three Megaworld Lifestyle Malls: Forbes Town, Uptown Bonifacio, and Newport Mall and will remain until January 4 next year, giving the kids enough liberty to play and tinker with the toys.

Admission to the free play is absolutely free. Meanwhile, mall guests can present Php 1,000 receipt purchase will receive a special Holiday gift pack.

Families and kids can simply visit Christmas Playville during mall hours at the following locations: 2F Eight Forbes Town, Forbes Town; Upper GF of Uptown Mall in Uptown Bonifacio; and 2F of Newport Mall.

To make the spirit of Christmas even more eventful for the kids and the whole family, mascot characters meet and greet are scheduled accordingly on all weekends of November and December with two-hour intervals from 2PM, 4PM, and 6PM.

Expect the following mascots that will make kids smile with glee: Thomas and Friends, Tobot, DCSHG, Ben 10, PPG, Shopkins, EAH, Hatchimals, Megablocks, Vikings, Thomas, Wonderwoman, Apple White, plus three other Shopkins characters who will yet to make surprise appearances.

Christmas Playville runs for a limited time only. Unleash creative and busy hands at the biggest Christmas Playville in town.

Catch it at the nearest Megaworld Lifestyle Malls.

To find out more details and the complete schedule of Christmas Meet and Greet activities, visit Megaworld Lifestyle Malls’ website at

Topics: Megaworld Lifestyle Malls
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