Qube at the Venetian
Qube at the Venetian
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msambors
Ottawa173 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2012 • Family
Our 3 year-old played here, at Kid's City and at the Macau Science Center indoor playground. In terms of the fun/cost ratio, the Science Center was the winner as it was free of charge and our boy was happy to play there for hours.

Qube is a bit different than Kid's City in a number of ways. First, Qube has a more closed layout with a separate room for toddlers and babies.

Second, the climbing structure is more complex than at Kid's City. The 3 year-old was intimidated by some sections of the Qube structure. Qube has more slides but the steeper slide is for kids aged 5 and up. Qube also has a drop-slide for older kids. Unlike Kid's City, adults are allowed onto the Qube structure.

Third, also unlike Kid's City, Qube doesn't have arcade-style video games but has more Xbox and Wii consoles.

Overall, I think that my boy enjoyed Kid's City more than Qube. However, older kids may have more fun at Qube due to the bigger climbing structure, wilder slides and console video games.
Written January 22, 2013
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OPP_70
Singapore, Singapore39 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2012 • Family
The Qube has not 1, but 4 types of slides. The 3 laned bumpy slide you use a sack with (that you may normally have in indoor playrooms), and then there is the single bump blue slide that has a sharp drop angle, and 2 red slides that start with almost a vertical drop. Totally awesome!!!! Makes me wish I was a kid again.
The Qube also had a good number of Wii machines for the electronically inclined, including a Wii dance. The staff were helpful and patient with the kids. Entrance fee was also very reasonable. MOP 90 for 2 hours, if I remember correctly. Well worth it. Only thing: remember to dress your kids in long sleeves and long pants and socks. Or else you will need to buy or rent them.
Written September 10, 2012
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SD98998
Hong Kong, China6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2015 • Family
My son aged 9 says "it was the best playcentre ever, especially the red slide that went down at a steep angle. You need to wear a helmet which the man provided! You need to be 7 to go on this one. The rest of the playcentre had other slides and a technology/gaming area"

My 6 year old son says "I liked three things the best: playing winter olympics on the Wii; the blue slide which you have to be 4 to go on, and the rainbow slide".

Note parents need socks too!
Written March 10, 2015
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SmasKim
Macau, China351 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2013 • Family
This is my kids, aged 7 and 10 favorite indoor playground. It is inside Venetian, in Cotai Strip and opens from 9.30am to 9.30pm. You can reach it from the Grand Canal Shops. During weekdays (not public holidays) the price is MOP90 for 2 hours and weekends and public holidays is MOP100 for 2 hours. One adult is free of charge with each kid. Additional adult ticket can be bought also.
This playground is for small kids and big kids. Kids can stay alone if they are older than 6 years.
For babies and kids less than 1 m tall there is a room where they can play. But I looked around and didn’t see anything special there. I didn’t go in but I think that Kid's City center at the City of Dreams is more suitable for younger kids.
For older kids there are some slides, one blue that kids need to use a sack and is very appreciated, the red slide that scares me a little as it is almost vertical, and another blue one. There is a nice climbing structure that goes around the slides and videogames, Wii station, and internet access.
The staff is patient and helpful with kids. There is toilet inside, kids size, and a water station near the toilets.
Remember the kids need to wear long sleeve and pants as well as socks, that you also need. If you don’t have, then need to buy there or rent (not sure)
We wanted to go to Qube 2 at Cotai Sands Central but it is very small and the slides are all blow up and when my kids saw it, they didn’t want to come in.
Qube is particularly crowded if it is raining outside.
Written April 8, 2013
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Brad
Hong Kong, China172,995 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2012 • Couples
At the Venetian Hotel in Macau, families can find the Qube venue, which is an innovative activity center for children. Here you can find traditional activities for very young children but also for pre-teens and early teenagers in the form of internet access, video games and friendly pool hall area. Thus making the Qube accessible for older children as well. Entry price is MOP$90 for the first two hours and the Qube is open from 9.30am to 9.30pm each day and can be found on the same floor as the Venetian Pool. There is also an access point from the San Luca area of the Grand Canal Shoppes.

Additionally, for guests staying at the Venetian, there is a outdoor play area on the pool grounds, for very young children. While the four large pools and Italian villa grounds surrounding the pool, can be well enjoyed by children. There is also a mini-golf course for hotel guests of the Venetian as well. For hotel guests and visitors, you can further enjoy the Venetian by taking a gondola ride on the canals that line the shopping area.

Overall, this seems to be a good child-friendly option for families with young children, looking for things for their children to enjoy while visiting Macau. If your children are younger, you might also like the Kid's City center at the City of Dreams, which is more suitable and appropriate for younger children. Also, if your children are a bit older, later teenage years, you might find the Underground Amusement center at the Fisherman's Wharf, which is a traditional arcade and video game center might be more suitable and appropriate.
Written April 10, 2012
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_Hannah_Io_
Macau, China8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Family
I think Quebec is really great! I had a fun time there. There were different slides, a colourful slides for younger kids, and a blue slide which is quite fast for kids likely about six or up, and there was a red slide for bigger kids that was almost straight down! Also there were some slides for small kids. The ropes and nets are great, and every kid loves to chase with another kid on the ropes and nets. There is even a birthday room for kids to celebrate their birthdays!
It’s just a fun place in Macau and I think that every kid has fun there. So if you have a kid (not too small, not an infant), I recommended you to go there!
Written June 23, 2018
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AmusementPark
Adelaide, Australia16 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2012 • Family
Almost gave four stars but for younger kids ( 3 and under) it is limited as they can not go on the larger slide etc. The slide and area for 2-3 year olds was closed too which limited what we could do. still had a good time and wasnt expensive, 90 HKD for entry or thereabouts.

We did also visit Qube 2 at Sheraton. It is much smaller but ended up being better for our 2 year old as the slides which are all blow up were more suitable age wise.

Both facilities had quite impressive range of video games and internet for older kids.

The food and drink on offer was minimal and not healthy.
Written December 7, 2012
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myoda
Hong Kong, China18 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2018 • Family
My kids are 3 & 6 and had a great time as they have areas for kids young and old. There are multiple slides of varying height and speed, games, and an area for very young children. I thought it was well worth the $130 / 2 hours, a comparable rate for indoor gyms in Macau. My 3 yo fell asleep exhausted after we left.
Written February 12, 2018
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Kenny0909
29 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Family
its 130.00hkd but if you are not wearing a pair of socks, you have to buy one for hkd 15.00 per person or you need to walk anothr 2 km to go and get it from your room good one hour spent doing nothing. coz 4 year old can use only a single slide and pc games which are not them.
Written October 20, 2016
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Junettt
Mestre, Italy13 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Family
We were in Macau for the day and wanted a place for the kids to play. You can find the Qube on the 5th floor of the Venetian by the south side elevators. My kids are 7 and 4 years old. Prior to entering everyone must wear socks (including adults even if you are just going to sit there). If you don't have any socks you can purchase socks for $15 HKD about $2 USD. There is a snack bar where you can purchase snacks and drinks. If the kids want to slide they must wear a long sleeve shirt and pants. We went in the middle of summer so are kids were wearing shorts and tank tops. The do have loaner shirts and pants available for free. My kids are on the smaller end and when they put on the loaner clothes they were drowning in them. We paid $130HKD for one child and one adult for 2 hours. There are lots to do from gaming systems, slides, large indoor playgroup, and ball pit. The area was clean and well staffed. There was numerous seating for the parents to sit while the kids played.
Written July 31, 2016
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