Cass attended her classmate, Kate's 9th birthday party at Kidzania on Sunday. It was Cass' first time in Kidzania. Alycia and Drama Queen had the exclusive privilege to visit Kidzania two years ago as their primary school organized an outing at Kidzania for prefects and librarians, of which Alycia was a school prefect then and Drama Queen was and still is a librarian. Why I say privilege is that the entrance fee for kids aged 4-17 is a whopping RM85 and RM41 for adults and their school had given them this wonderful treat. That would cost a frigging RM337 on tickets alone just for the 3 girls, hubs and me! Kidzania is truly every kid's fantasy.
The 15 kids invited to the party:
The birthday girl was treated like a princess by Kidzania - with a tiara, a sash and a ride on a car parading the streets of Kidzania with big fanfare, complete with songs sang by Kidzania staff, clanging of cymbals, drums and her friends cheering her on with pom poms. Such a grandeur for the little girl! The birthday girl could choose a friend to sit with her on the parade car and she chose Cass! Cass was totally overwhelmed and in disbelief that she was chosen. She told me that she felt really awkward, like a fish out of water, hehe! It was only in recent months that Cass and Kate became very good friends, through Enid Blyton as both the girls are huge fans of Enid Blyton books. There was even an Enid Blyton book and a stationery set in the party pack given to her friends who attended the party.
After some games was the cake-cutting session, followed by lunch.
After lunch was the most awaited moment - role play time at Kidzania City!
But first, the kids had to apply for a credit card and withdraw some cash from the 'bank'...
First stop was at Kurlz beauty salon, where the girls were dolled up but the girls didn't like the way they looked after their faces were made up. They wiped off the make-up with wet wipes 😁
Their favorite place was the secret agent training center, where they were trained to be secret agents! Sorry no picture to show as parents are not allowed inside the training center.
The girls as scientists at the health institute...
The girls also 'worked' at Vitagen, as cashier at a supermarket, as nurse, doctor, etc in order to 'earn money' to pay for their games, 'car insurance', 'driving licence' and to purchase stuff.
The last stop was at a jewellery boutique where Cass made her own beads bracelet.
There were many 'jobs' that the girls didn't have the time to try out. Hopefully Cass gets another opportunity to visit Kidzania again soon so that she could finish off all her 'cash' before she outgrows her interest in Kidzania.
Today is one of Cass' happiest days and is certainly worthy of being a 'Today in history' for her 💗