TunFun was a great place to use up some energy before catching the train home. We went on a Sunday morning at 11 and were among the first ones there, particularly in the older kid area. Nearer to 1:30 when we left, it was getting busy and louder.
The play area is about a kilometer long (from end to end) and 10 meters high in the central area (which explains how it can get so noisy). The climbing and bouncing equipment is broken into different age group areas - 0-4, 5-7, 6+ - to help make sure that big kids and little kids aren't jostling for the same equipment. Also, there is a bouncy house, a full-sized lego building block area, trampolines, a mini enclosed soccer field, a short down-hill track for cart racing, a reading area, an art area, and circus wagons for birthday parties (the last three areas looked like they were for organized activities). The major equipment looked to be in great condition (no wear and tear in the safety netting, for example). Some of the other spaces looked a little more worn (bowling alley, sports balls).
The entrance was well marked with a big sign and flags. The entrance price for the kids was 8E50 each. There is a snack bar with reasonably priced snacks and drinks. They sell ear plugs, too.
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