Kidxy Team – February 14, 2018 at 10:25 am
Nowhere to go this CNY? Take Your Kids To These Top Spots in KL!
School holidays are here again and if you don’t have a kampong to go back to; you might find yourself wondering where to take your little tykes this Chinese New Year break. It doesn’t matter your budget or your child’s interest – KL really is a chockful of things to do.
But don’t just take our opening paragraph as Gospel truth – try these activities for yourself for maximum fun on minimum spends.
KidZania – RM75.90
You can’t have been long in KL with a child and not know about KidZania. It is the place for your child to explore their passions and find their dream ‘job’ even if just for a day. Why would you want your child to ‘work’? Imagine if they could now figure out what change they want to make in the world – it gives them heaps more time to learn, explore, and then contribute to a world perfect for little wonders like themselves. Children not only get hands-on experience in particular job roles; they also learn leadership and communication skills that will be oh-so-important in the big, bad, real world.
Let’s face it – if you could turn back time and pave the way to your dream career while your bicycle training wheels were still on – wouldn’t you take it?
Enerz Extreme Park – RM41.90
Enerz Extreme Park is a completely child safe sports arena where children of all ages are able to play a sport, test their physical fitness, or just have some fun. The walls and floors are cushioned so no threat of nasty falls and bumps. With over 80,000 square feet; there’s enough space for all kinds of sports and fun activities. But Enerz isn’t just for children. With badminton courts, sky rope bridges, and of course, Asia’s biggest trampoline park – you’ll have a hard time leaving!
There’s also a 3 level obstacle course that you could try with your child. Build their endurance, courage, and confidence (and yours too!).
Farm in the City – RM30
Some children love animals more than they love other children! So give them a treat by taking them to a conservation park and petting zoo where they can hobnob with some cool wildlife. Farm in the City isn’t just another zoo where animals are placed behind barbed fences far away from visitors. In this park, most enclosures are built to resemble the animals’ natural habitat as much as possible, and where visitors can interact with some of the animal inhabitants. Farm in the City really is just that – a farm in the city with conservation and education at the heart of its business. What better way to usher in the year of the Dog than with some furry friends?
J Kids Playground – RM25.90
For the hyperactive child – nothing will entertain (and give them a good night’s sleep) quite like running about a completely child-safe, indoor playground. At J Kids, your hyperactive tot will be able to have all the fast-paced fun he/she could want without worrying about skinning knees or bumping heads. Take a ride on the Spinning Palm Tree or Sky Rider; mess about in the Airball Pool or build fortresses with blocks in one of the many enclosed bouncy castles.
J Kids is great for parent-child fun as parents are required to be in the play area with the kids for safety. Remember to bring socks for both of you!
Blokke Playhouse – RM14.90
At a price that won’t break any budget this CNY (hey, there’ll be plenty of ang pows to give!) Blokke Playhouse really isn’t a bad idea to keep the kids’ busy on a day or two this school holiday period. Blokke Playhouse features an indoor playground with bouncy castles and tunnels galore plus a play area to build Lego blocks for the more enterprising of children. Why pay hundreds of ringgit for your own Lego playsets only to injure your feet with every step at home? Have the kids play at Blokke whilst you sip coffee and partake in not-too-shabby food offerings at the bar located just outside the playground.
Don’t see anything your child would like? We can’t list all of them or we’ll be here all day! Just scroll through the smorgasbord of activities Kidxy has to offer online.
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