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Baby Boss Job Experience Center BabyBoss職業體驗任意城

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The Baby Boss Job Experience Center offers opportunities for children aged 3-15 to experience the assignments of various occupations. Launched in early 2008 on the 7th floor of LIVING MALL, this 7,600 m2 facility is the epitome of a city complete with streets, stores, parks, government buildings, schools and traffic. Through game-oriented experiences, children learn work ethics concerning nearly 50 trades and 70 occupation roles in the city while earning income in the form of freely dispensed BabyBucks. The facility is designed to show children how the real world works in a fun-filled setting, so that it may ignite passion(s) for their aspiring careers early in life.


Family Activities
Family、Campus teaching
Suggested Months for Visiting
All year
7th Floor of LIVING MALL (No. 138, Sec. 4, Bade Rd.), Songshan Dist., Taipei City Taiwan, R.O.C

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Opening Hours

Mon.-Thu., 10AM-6PM; Fri.-Sun., 10AM-10PM

Services & Facilities

  • Shopping
  • Toilets
  • Lost and found
  • Broadcast Service
  • Locker


Nearby MRT

G Songshan-Xindian Line Nanjing Sanmin


TripAdvisor Reviews

4.0 168 Reviews Write a Review

Traveler rating

  1. 7 Terrible
  2. 5 Poor
  3. 26 Average
  4. 65 Very good
  5. 65 Excellent

Traveler type

  1. 130 Families
  2. 2 Couples
  3. 1 Solo
  4. 0 Business
  5. 2 Friends
  • waijgjy

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Everything full. Not fun.


    If you are accustomed to rude kids and parents elbowing you out of the way, can endure the stress of mad-dashing from one facility to another, can take curt instructions provided by impatient employees, are happy with tiny portions of cold food, then Baby Boss is the place to take your kids. To be fair, the place is large with many facilities (job simulations) available. And we did meet several instructors who were nice and cheered. However, if you are a foreigner like me who needs time to look around and understand their system, your kid will be stranded to no activity to attend since every single one was full. And they only hold the activities like 3 or 4 times the whole time we are there I have observed parents/teachers who had obviously planned their route and they mad dash between activities. Twice my son was at the queue, blocked by other parents, was the 11th kid when their kids arrived (limit was 10) and refused entry. The only popular activity my son was able to attend was firefighter. Which we sat at the door for 20 minutes. From 1:30, we went from job to job. All were full. It was a weekday during Taiwan's winter holidays and it wasn't super crowded. We were required to leave the premise at 3 pm. I begged a nice girl at our fifth full facility to let my son in. Of course she said no. This particular girl was nice enough to locate another staff who helped us to find other facilities. All others just said full and shooed us away. The only activities left were "drawing a picture" or "watching a video". In a nutshell, my son had 2 hours of fun. All other time for queuing and avoiding elbowing. 20% off for tourists.
  • schmidtmg


    Cool for kids


    I write this on behalf of my daughter, who spent a full day at BabyBoss with her grandma, while the rest of the family went to the hot springs in Beitou or sightseeing. She thoroughly enjoyed her experience. At BabyBoss, you can simulate practicing about 40-45 jobs, from pilot to cook........ My daughter "tried out" 8 or 9 'professions' and brought back a 'certificate' from each experience..... The only thing she was critical about was the fast food served inside the compound, which apparently is at McDonalds level.....

    Hong Kong, China

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Excellent for kids


    This place provide different career experiences for kids. Great fun and worth going for kids. Can spend a whole day.
  • ttvoon

    Bintulu, Malasia

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Kids' Dream Jobs


    The parents can bring their children to spend a day inside this Babyboss to participate as many jobs as possible. The salary their earn even can save in bank to earn interest but only if you will come back again. Some particular jobs require to know Mandarin language but most of the jobs are easy to learn for young children.
  • siokh2015

    Traveler type:

    En familia

    Organised, friendly, acceptable crowd


    I come on Monday and the crowd is much less than what I experienced in Kidzania Malaysia & Singapore. I am happy that my kids do not have to waste time queueing (unless you opt for very popular games like pizza making). Staffs are friendly and engaging. Wide varieties of occupations. Happy day for my kids.

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