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K11 Event
7 Jul – 1 Nov 2020
Kids Summer Carnival

The token’s validity period has been extended to 1 Nov 2020. Come with your kids to enjoy numerous Edutainment and Gourmet & Styling privileges!



Highlights:

- Art Jamming (1 Canvas)

- Harry’s Kitchen Donut & Ah Meow Cookies Decoration Workshop

- Ferrari Store Junior F1 Simulator Experience

- Lego® Keychain

- Baekmidang Original Milk Ice Cream

- Donut Café Donut Shake

and many more…

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For reservation of Happy Mega Slide, Donut Golf Club and Art Jamming, please call the K11 MUSEA hotline 3892 3890.

Art
Kids Friendly
For Kids
Date
7 Jul – 1 Nov 2020
Time
11:30 - 19:00
Location
Donut Playhouse
More Details
$
Free

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