Toy Kingdom

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Toy Kingdom, an affiliate of the SM Group, is a toy superstore chain that carries a wide variety of toys for all ages, similar to the "Toys R Us" chain in the U.S. Started in 1990 in the Philippines, Toy Kingdom has been selling high quality toys and play equipment at discounted prices for over 20 years worldwide and it has branches all around Manila and inside SM Malls. Under the corporate name International Toyworld, Inc., consumers can purchase toys as cheap as 50 pesos.


Activites December 2008

Kids will love the "Rides to Go" and "Active Zones" activities this December, where boys will enjoy sporty toys and equipment like basketball play sets, bowling pins, boxing gloves, and punching bags. Girls, on the other hand, will be in a sporty mode with roller skates, volleyball, and mini playground sets. Toy Kingdom also has plenty of fun games for the whole family — mini billiards and darts, and foosball sets.

"Rides to Go" include bikes, trikes, scooters, and four-wheel-drive cars that will take kids to the most fun holiday places. Children can choose from 12 to 20-inch BMXs with designs of well-loved characters like Spiderman, Superman, the Justice League, Disney Princesses, High School Musical, and Hannah Montana.


Metro Manila Area

  1. SM Makati (3rd Flr)
  2. SM Megamall (Flagship Store) (Lower Ground Flr, Bldg A)
  3. SM Southmall (Ground Flr)
  4. SM Bacoor Mall
  5. SM Fairview Mall
  6. The Podium
  7. V-Mall
  8. The Block at SM City North-EDSA
  9. SM Mall of Asia

Provincial Area

SM Supermalls in

  1. Pampanga
  2. Lucena,
  3. Marilao, Bulacan,
  4. Baguio,
  5. Bacoor, Cavite,
  6. Batangas
  7. Cebu,
  8. Iloilo,
  9. Cagayan de Oro, and
  10. Davao


  1. Butuan (2015)
  2. Cabanatuan (2015)
  3. Santiago (2015)
  4. Laoag (2015)
  5. SM City Catarman (2016)
  6. Puerto Princesa (2016)
  7. Bayombong (2016)
  8. SM City San Mateo (2015)

Main office location

SM Investments Bldg.
Aurora Blvd. corner Araneta Ave. Quezon City

See also

External links



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