#199 Preah Norodom Blvd (41), Phnom Penh

On the second floor of Chip Mong Noro Mall you find Funderland.
An indoor playground with different types of play areas. It has a large ball pit with slide, trampolines, and a fun snack corner where the parents can keep an eye on the kids. We recommend going with little ones from 6 months onwards to about 7 years. Good option to spend some time on a rainy afternoon.
Don’t forget to bring your socks!

Factory Phnom Penh

Ball Pit, The Velcro Wall, Ninja course;  yep, you’re at Fly! A lot of square meters of interconnected trampolines welcomes all adults and children from 4 years old. Great to take your kids to on a hot afternoon or when they need to let of some steam.

Don’t forget to put on your Jump socks – unfortunately regular socks won’t do, but you can buy them there.

Koh Pich, Phnom Penh

A favorite amongst our kids who like playgrounds and a mini waterpark! For us parents, it’s nice that we can keep an eye on them while having a drink. Lot 369 will provide the catering, so there will be plenty of nice treats. At Coconut Park (Koh Pich) you can let the kids play and have fun with their friends. Make sure to bring your sunscreen as there isn’t much shade.

7E0 Street Sothearos, Chumneas

Have kids that love to explore their creative side? Done! This nice art studio Sra’Art offers all kinds of great creative challenges. On Wednesday the little ones can go to the fun sessions of the Kids’ Art Club, they will definitely let those little minds bloom!
Limited spots available so make sure to reserve a seat in advance.

162-158 Preah Norodom Blvd (41), Phnom Penh

Looking for a family-friendly tropical oasis, right in the center of Phnom Penh? Look no further! Odom Garden has a playground, clean bathrooms, dog run, Japanese foot-bath and a healthy café called Botanico.

This lovely pop-up garden on Norodom Boulevard is accessible until the end of 2021. Enjoy nature in the city!



Easter is here and we love it. Yes, it will be different now that we’re all in confinement in Phnom Penh. But since all days look alike during this lock down, we have all the more reason to make it an Egg-ceptional festive Easter weekend! 

Easter family brunches in Phnom Penh

Although we have to be extra careful this Easter, we’re still having our brunch. I mean; hot cross buns, smoked salmon, chocolate eggs, of course we’re having this brunch! We share a number of events on our Facebook page.

Let’s make some Easter decorations

To get into the proper Easter mood, we need some great decorations. This Easter week, we have more time than ever to go for it. You can even make it part of  your homeschooling.

DIY cookie kit

Or order an Easter decoration box from Ouma Ritas! A box with cookies and lots or decoration to make your own beautiful Easter eggs.

Make some egg-stra cool decorations

Speaking about baskets, the kids will love to make their own. So let’s start the Easter mania a few days before with some awesome decorations. We made these simple but adorable Easter bags last year and they are fun to make with your little ones. Take a paper bag, cut out some ears, add some whiskers and eyes and your first bunny bag is a fact!

These eggholders are also perfect for DIY and will look adorable on your brunch table. But the best Easter craft must be decorating eggs! Whether you paint them green, yellow and blue or go to the next level and make emoji and chick easter eggs, this is the time to do it.

Hoppy Easter in Phnom Penh City!