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Q: What's a good place to host a birthday party for a 3 year old in Shanghai?

7 years 33 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - Shanghai

 
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I don't know about Shanghai, but when my boys turned 3 I held their party on a university campus.  There was lots of green space for them and their friends to run around and have fun.  We didn't get any hassles from the students or security, so a good time was had by all.

Of course, we just had a small group of around 12 people total and nothing crazy like bouncy castles or stuff like that.

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I am not sure if they do parties at Mcdonalds I know they do in the U.K lots of kids have them there

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Indoor playgrounds, almost every shopping mall has one nowadays. Afterwards you go to the KFC or McDonalds. Plenty of things you can do and depends on your budget too.

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There is a indoor place called "Lollipop" at Lianyang Plaza in Pudong, where you can organize a party for children.
The place itself is a kind of indoor playground with many games for children to play, jump, shoot, slide, etc.

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Best bets- MacDonalds and KFC smiley

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Is there a Chucky Chinese Cheese?

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For a three year old have a house party. Hire a clown and bring over some friends. Bring lots of gifts fill the house with balloons and decorations. Get a cake and some icecream! laugh

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