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Fun Activities & Games in Giza

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  • Kamal yousry
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was my 1st time to see a movie in " MX4D " , I saw guardians of the galaxy Vol 3 , and was worth it !! ,
    Of course, a Marvel movie with a lot of visual effects, action and movement, made this experience one of the greatest things it could be
    Guys, I was riding with them on the spaceship, my chair moved with its movement, if there was an explosion, you would feel it, if someone fell on the ground, I would feel a bump coming in my back and under the chair, if a bullet hit the side of the character's ear, air rushing from the air pump behind the chair would pass beside and below me as if the bullet hitting me personally,, every movement, every hit, everything happens you feel it , I was afraid of the scenes of Drax when he hits someone because the chair keeps swinging at me, as if I am the one who takes the hits , so i really want you to see this by yourself and you won't regret it
    Written 5 May 2023
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  • Sima Habib
    Cairo, Egypt53 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We were a group of five aged; 23, 17 & 15.

    We have tried their newly introduced kidnapped room, it was a lot of fun.

    We were a group of five, got separated in two two groups, then sent to two different rooms, where we had to find a way to communicate with each other, as each group could reveal a clue that could help the other group unlock something in their room.

    It required logic, team work, enthusiasm and fun spirit.

    The game got better and better but for the sake of not spoiling it.

    The team was very friendly and helpful. They explained everything beforehand, and were available to guide us with clues when needed.

    I would recommend this place and this specific room to everyone.
    Written 4 September 2017
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  • Mahmoud E
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We really enjoyed each moment in our game and had soo much fun at the room, the clues and puzzles are really creative and totally out of any box :D
    U will laugh at ur self sometimes after figuring them out ;)
    The owner is really professional and you will find him very keen on your satisfaction :))
    Looking forward to our next time to you The Room
    Written 21 May 2017
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  • Lacy M
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Migo was a long-term guide for a 10-day group trip I took to Egypt recently. Ideally, in this kind of circumstance, a guide will do three things: Educate the group on what they are seeing/experiencing, help the members of the group navigate the culture of the region, and (in so far as possible) promote the convenience and comfort of the group. Migo absolutely excelled in all of these areas!
    He reads hieroglyphs and knows Egyptian history and mythology, so he was invaluable in explaining what we were seeing on temple walls and pyramids. He made connections between Egyptian history and culture and Biblical history and culture, which was specifically something the group was looking for.
    Culturally, he helped us to understand when we would need to tip, and also helped us to avoid being taken advantage of. We always felt safe with him, and free to ask any questions we had without fear of offending him.
    He also worked very hard to promote our comfort. Travel overseas is inherently uncomfortable, and if you don't understand and accept that, you probably should stay in your comfortable home. But in so far as he was able, Migo went above and beyond for us - helping us find currency, recommending shops where we could find specific types of souvenirs, directing us to places we could find familiar food and drinks (while also promoting authentic Egyptian/Nubian dining experiences), and always pointing out available restrooms! That last might seem laughable, but it's no trivial matter when you are part of a large group!
    Migo is cheerful, knowledgeable, indefatigable, and an absolute treasure. He's passionate about Egypt, and loves sharing his homeland with his guests. We wholeheartedly recommend him!
    On a side note, we visited during the war between Israel and Hamas, and felt completely safe. If not for social media feeds, we would never have known there was a war.
    Written 9 February 2024
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