KIDZANIA Manila Opens Their Newest Attraction: Disaster Preparedness Training Center

Wes Santos, Noa Tominio, and Team Yey kids Lady Pipay Navarro and Lukas Magallano try out the new Disaster Preparedness Training Center....

Wes Santos, Noa Tominio, and Team Yey kids Lady Pipay Navarro and Lukas Magallano try out the new Disaster Preparedness Training Center.
Kidzania Manila recently opened its newest attraction - Disaster Preparedness Training Center and my son Wes was one of the first four kids to experience it.  Duck, cover and hold!  These are the things that my 7 year old remembers every time he hears the word Disaster or Emergency.
Introduction of Disaster Preparedness Training Center by Mr. Ikey Canoy, Kidzania Manila's Content Manager
Dr. Renato Solidium, Jr., stressed the importance of educating every Filipino about Disaster Preparedness
KidZania Manila Mayor EO Masilungan officially opens the new Disaster Preparedness Training Center with special guest DOST Usec. Renato Solidum.
Taguig Bureau of Fire Protection SINSP. Jessie James Samaniego, KidZania Manila Mayor EO Masilungan, BFP HQ Chief Inspector Glezie Dauz, DOST Undersecretary for Risk Reduction and Climate Change Dr. Renato Solidum, and KidZania Manila COO Tourino Dilaga at the opening of KidZania Manila’s Disaster Preparedness Training Center.
But during the opening of the newest attraction of Kidzania Manila, the kids were taught more than that.  Children get to experience responding to disasters while learning basic survival skills.  They were taught different types of natural dangers and the threats these pose to citizens in a community.  The Disaster Preparedness Training Center is an all-in simulation facility to learn and have fun at the same time that's great for kids and even kids-at-heart!
Disaster response trainees Lukas Magallano, Noa Tominio, Lady Pipay Navarro, and Wes Santos.
The latest establishment adds another thrilling role play activity at KidZania Manila, which is celebrating its third year in the country. It teaches young disaster response trainees, aged seven to 17 years old, how to plan, prepare for, survive and recover from natural disasters. 
Team Yey kids Lukas Magallano and Lady Pipay Navarro with KidZania Manila's EO Masilungan and Tourino Dilaga.
Aside from the training, the young trainees also undergo a lifelike disaster scenario which will challenge them to:

  • ·         Assess the emergency situation and secure the area.
  • ·         Find survivors and help carry them to safety.
  • ·         Locate exits and escape safely.

Inside the new Disaster Preparedness Training Center.
The new KidZania Manila establishment aims to promote disaster preparedness and resiliency among children, while seeking to develop their collaboration, communication, and critical thinking, when disaster strikes.
After my son experienced his Disaster Preparedness Training, I asked how was it, he said
"It was awesome Mom!  It's like real life disaster!  I only knew - Duck, Cover, and Hold because it was also taught in school.  But this time, I learned more!  We should prepare our GO Bag now when we get home!  I should bring a whistle with me all the time, is that okay mommy?  Also, we saved somebody during the disaster and carried the body outside.  It was freaky especially when the elevator broke and the emergency started, but at least I know what to do now!"  
Here's how it looks inside, it looks so real!  That's why kids would really love to try this simulation.  As a parent, this is a good educational attraction because they come out with new learning and bing home confidence because they know better when they leave the Disaster Preparedness Training Center door.
Got to wear the hard hat while the kids were inside during the simulation.
What we should pack in our GO BAGS: First-aid kids, water, a big Go Bag
GO-Bag content: flash light, extra cellphone, charger, can opener, battery operated radio, canned goods, other food.
Canned goods, biscuits, and more foods. We don't want to get hungry when disaster strikes.
About Kidzania Manila
Opened in August 2015, KidZania Manila is the 20th metropolis in the KidZania Nation around the globe. The educational family entertainment facility is a replica of a real city scaled down to kids’ size—with its own history, culture, language, and currency. It welcomed its millionth visitor in March this year and continues to provide children with over 100 engaging role play activities that teach valuable skills in a safe environment.
With my kids, Dandre (14yo), Wes (7yo), and Damien (2yo)
Went around Kidzania with Glaiza of and her kids Noa and Missy. :)
KidZania is an interactive kids’ city combining inspiration, fun, and learning through realistic role play for kids 4 to 17 years old. Kids can independently explore a kid-sized city with over 70 establishments and more than 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 kids’ educational entertainment concepts, KidZania has 24 locations in 19 countries, including the Philippines.

KidZania, Inc., headquartered in Mexico, was founded in 1997, opened its first park in 1999, and is privately held.  KidZania is locally franchised by Play Innovations, Inc., whose majority stakeholder is ABS-CBN Corporation.

KidZania Manila is located at Park Triangle, Bonifacio Global City. For more details, visit or follow the play city’s social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) @kidzaniamanila.

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