Bantay Bata kids at KidZania Manila

Sunday, February 07, 2016

     I salute kids who know how to give back at an early age. My father taught me to help less fortunate individuals when I was growing up and I'm happy because he instilled in us the value of giving. I want Kenzo to learn this value because it's always better to give than to receive. With this in mind, I have great news to all the families who love KidZania!    

     The kids of ABS-CBN Foundation’s Bantay Bata program enjoyed exploring KidZania Manila and its various role-playing activities, through the kindness of their fellow children who supported the KidZania Para sa Bantay Bata initiative. By purchasing star-shaped capiz ornaments, the play city’s misters and misses were able to raise more than P174,000, sending more than 160 underprivileged children to discover their dream careers at the mini metropolis. Visiting KidZania Manila and role-playing various careers was an unforgettable experience for the Bantay Bata kids. More details about The KidZania para sa Bantay Bata program below :)
Bantay Bata kids at KidZania Manila
     The kids enjoyed working as chefs for a day, and making their own cheeseburgers and macaroni salads. They also learned the ins and outs of putting a newspaper and a TV show together, the value of caring for trees, and the importance of working together to save lives as doctors and firefighters. “It was an inspiring experience, as the kids gained a deeper understanding and appreciation of what adults do and how society functions,” added Evan. 
Bantay Bata kids at KidZania ManilaMaking cheeseburgers
     “One of the most important values we always aim to teach kids is to care and share whatever blessings they have with others,” said Maricel Pangilinan-Arenas, State Governor of KidZania Manila. “It just goes to show that each of us can do something—no effort is too big or too small—to make the holidays bright for others, especially kids who are in need.”
Bantay Bata kids at KidZania Manila
They also learned the ins and outs of putting a newspaper and a TV show together
     The KidZania para sa Bantay Bata program was part of the play city’s Paskong Kai Saya sa KidZania Manila initiative, which celebrated well-loved Filipino Christmas traditions. 

To book tickets and for more information, visit

About KidZania
     KidZania is an interactive kids’ city combining inspiration, fun, and learning through realistic role play for kids four to 14. Kids can independently explore a kid-sized city with over 100 role-playing activities. Each experience is designed to empower kids, giving them the confidence to be their best selves, and inspiration to be great global citizens. One of the world’s most inventive, most awarded and fastest-growing kid’s educational entertainment concepts, KidZania has 21 locations in 18 countries, including in the Philippines. 

     KidZania, Inc., headquartered in Mexico, was founded in 1997, opened its first park in 1999, and is privately held. For more information about KidZania Manila, visit

     KidZania is locally franchised by Play Innovations, Inc., whose majority stakeholder is ABS-CBN Corporation.

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