This past month was crazy for us, with our US trip (will post about that fun trip soon!) and Mia’s birthday, I had no time to plan for the kids’ Halloween activity. We were just supposed to decorate a little for Halloween and fill up our pumpkins but I felt a bit guilty for not letting the kids dress up and have some Halloween fun. So while the kids were asleep, I searched for trick or treat activities around the metro and found one at Dusit Thani Manila‘s The Pantry!
This year’s theme was The Lost Carnival and The Pantry was dressed up in scary carnival theme with booths and eerie decors. My little girls both dressed up as Anna this time – I was hoping they would go as the Frozen sisters but no one wanted to wear an Elsa costume!
They both liked the hoops game – the nice witch let them play even without our tickets yet!
While waiting for our tables, the girls played and prepared their pumpkin – bought these cloth pumpkin bags at Disneyland. It’s super nice because we can store it easily for next Halloween!
It’s lunch time – the girls did not eat much but Mia had Lechon and rice, Mika had bread, Sinigang and rice, Spaghetti Vongole – so sulit na din!
I had pasta and the kids’ leftovers (yes, dahil nanay na ako!). I didn’t really plan on eating much because I just wanted dessert! Look at these cute cakes and sweets. I was in dessert heaven.
This pie is definitely pinterest-worthy!
The nice lady at The Pantry – Ms. Joan -helped me and assisted Mia in getting her candies and the dessert table. She was so nice and offered help whenever she visits the table. After eating, we left the table and went around the hotel’s restaurants to go trick or treating.
The hotel had only 3 restaurants so it was a short trick or treat trip – but it was a nice experience. The kids liked it, altough they were hoping for more treats! I didn’t really mind that there were only a few stations, it was to my advantage since I didn’t want to walk (or run) far with two energetic kids. I did not also want to get too much treats since most of the time these girls don’t really eat the candies and sweets that they get.
Thank you, Dusit Thani Manila for a stress-free and fun Halloween lunch date with my kids!
P.S. The Pantry’s Lost Carnival will still be open today, November 1. Kids can still go trick or treat during lunch and dinner!