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KidZania’s Winter Festival is back with more ice
December 29, 2016, 5:14 pm

Winter Festival, KidZania’s most thrilling and anticipated program of the season, is back with more exciting activities to give children an exceptional winter experience about the winter environment, in a festive and fun setting.

In partnership with Burger King and Crocs, KidZania’s Winter Festival kicked off on 15 December, 2016 and will continue until February 4, 2017.

This year, ‘Winter from around the World’, KidZania’s spectacular theater show, is set to take children on a fun winter adventure to experience winters across different parts of the world. From traditional clothing to folkloric performances and natural winter phenomenon, kids will get a real-life insight of what winters around the world feels like.

With its sub-zero temperatures, the Ice House welcomes children to see artistically-crafted winter sculptures that will introduce them to the most famous landmarks from around the world.

At the heart of KidZania; the city’s Central Plaza, the Ice King and Queen will once again perform live mime shows and street performances, and unfold magical winter tales. From figure staking, freestyle skating, to ice hockey skating, children can put their skating talents to test at the newly-introduced indoor and safe skating rink, while toppling many challenges on their way.

To maximize their winter fun, children can also request their very own “FroZen Pass” to enjoy exclusive fun features. This includes entry to the Ice House and a “Winter from around the World” show, and a combo treat of mini donuts and delicious hot chocolate.

Winter Festival is an annual program that takes place at KidZania during the winter season and is aimed at educating children about the northern cold climates and the animals that live there. KidZania’s Winter Festival is inspired by the right “to share”, one of children’s five fundamental rights at KidZania, which is entrusted by KidZania’s sociable RightZkeeper and fashion lover, Chika.

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