Ni first time I jumpa kat Malaysia yg ada roller coaster dalam air. Sebelum ni pernah try kt Everland, Korea, and I really enjoyed it, so nak tengok ni best ke tak! Haha
We started off our adventure at The Tempest, which is possibly one of the most thrilling rides in the waterpark. Talk about starting off on a high, literally. The Tempest features a 55-foot tube slide with a funnel in the middle, sending riders on a swirling vortex before descending. The kids enjoyed it so much, they went on it three times in a row!
The toddler area is big, simple, few splashes here and there, small slides… perfect for little ones who get scared by too much water
Plenty of rabbits.
After that, we headed to a series of mini farms, starting with the duck pond. We were given some seeds before the tour to feed the ducks and chickens. They come in two different colour and I cannot quite remember which colour is for the duck and chicken respectively.
First Stop: We started off with the Feed stock Processing Centre where one can witness how the grasses are being processed for the goat and sheep. This is where the grass is blended and they are added with the vitamins and minerals in it before they are being consumed by the animals.
We visited this beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeautiful Fortune Dragon statue in a park. Located at Yong Peng, Johor, this dragon is actually an art museum of Chinese history. Standing at about 350 feet, it is currently in the Malaysia Book of Records as the biggest dragon tunnel in Malaysia. Che Ann Khor temple sits right in front of the dragon which clearly signifies prosperity.
The first thing you should do after arriving is to buy tickets for Fortune Dragon entrance. Otherwise the temple is free for entry. An adult who produces a MyKad will have to pay a RM25 entrance fee whereas for the fee is only priced at RM10 for a senior citizen holding a MyKad, children 3-12 years old and local Yong Peng resident.
The statue has ranges in height from 3.6 to 4.8 meters with 144 steps inside. You can actually enter the dragon through its mouth, pass through the length of its body and exit out the tail. Inside, the dragons “body” is air-conditioned and decorated with 42 Chinese paintings. 24 paintings depict the teachings of the Buddha and another 18 paintings depict the afterlife. Ancient Taoist folklore has it that people who enter a dragon’s mouth and exit through its tail will enjoy good fortune and be able to ward off evil.
Galeri Darurat Bukit Kepong (GDBK) dibina khusus bagi memperingati tragedi yang berlaku pada jam 5 pagi, 23 Februari 1950, apabila segerombolan kira-kira 200 pengganas komunis menyerang Balai Polis Bukit Kepong. Ia juga sebagai tanda untuk menghargai jasa dan pengorbanan seluruh anggota polis yang berjuang bermati-matian dalam usaha mempertahankan kedaulatan negara.
Peristiwa Balai Polis Bukit Kepong ialah kejadian serangan komunis yang berlaku semasa keadaan darurat di Persekutuan Tanah Melayu selepas Perang Dunia II.Da...
展览馆紧挨着麻坡河, 在后方的步道可以欣赏到麻坡河的景色~ 偶尔还可以看到附近居民驾着一辆小船经过~
With swirly, twirly, tall exhilarating water slides, an obstacle course high up in the air and a large scale trampoline park, Austin Heights Water and Adventure Park is where all the fun is.
Overall, we liked that Austin Heights Water Park was not as crowded as Legoland Water Park which means a much shorter waiting time. When we were there on a Saturday, the crowd only slowly streamed in after 11am and even then we never had to wait more than 5 mins for any rides.
Austin Heights Water & Adventure Park at Mount Austin is a one stop station with Water & Adventure Park, Skating Rink, Drift and Jump Street all under one roof. We brought the kids to the theme park early last year and have been to the ice skating rink multiple times. Finally they get to try out drifting during the June holidays. The drift zone is not very big but there are enough twists and turns for drivers to try drifting in the drift carts. If you can practice and control well enough, you can drive and drift in various directions
说实话, 虽然它没有普遍邮轮的光鲜亮丽, 但是确实是一个游览麻坡河畔景色和景点的一个有趣体验~
The Muar River Cruise operates every Friday to Sunday. Besides, it is open on every school holiday and public holiday except on Wednesday. One trip (roundtrip) for adults is RM12, children RM6 (under 12) and RM15 fares are charged for foreigners.
Secara peribadi, Ummi sangat menggalakkan ibu ayah bawa anak-anak ke sini jika ke Muar. Pengalaman yang menyeronokkan bagi anak-anak. Sambil menikmati pemandangan, ambil peluang untuk terangkan kepentingan menjaga alam sekitar serta sejarah lampau kepada mereka. Moga mereka boleh belajar sesuatu dalam suasana santai.
Overall, it was a great family hangout even though it is very far from Kluang for us. Outside the farm, you can experience holding the baby crocodile and taking picture with it for RM20/pax. For your information, you can even buy their crocodile egg too at RM10/egg. The egg is big but it does not taste like chicken egg. It taste more awful than chicken egg. Nonetheless, it is a great place to visit if you are passing by or leaving nearby here. Definitely not worth it if you are coming from far away. As you can finished the tour within an hour.
The entrance fee is RM8 for adults and RM4 for children. You pay RM20 if you want to feed the crocodiles, which we did. A young chap escorted us through the crocodile farm. He was armed with a bucket of chicken carcasses and called the crocodiles from the pond. Surprisingly the crocodiles knew what was going on, came up and waited for their food!
It's a shame that we did not visit the Crocodile Farm along Upper Serangoon Road before it ends its operation in 2012. The only crocodile farm left in Singapore is Long Kuan Hong Crocodile Farm, situated at New Tiew Crescent and is not open to public. Hence, during our drive-in to Johor Bahru last year, we decided to drop by Teluk Sengat Crocodile Farm to have an up close experience with the crocodiles. Housing more than 1000 saltwater crocodiles, including a 130-year old toothless crocodile, they are of different sizes and ages. Many crocodiles are lurking within the lake in the centre of the farm, which explains why it is blocked off and visitors are not allowed to get close to the lake.
Overall we enjoyed our visit. Could have been better if it wasn't so hot but we can't control the weather, can we? In fact, we were so glad weather was hot and sunny on that day as a few days before our trip it was raining non-stop. If you have not seen different type of fruit trees in person before, this is a good place to start. At least you won't get confused between a mango tree and papaya tree (happened to my kid, true story). Desaru Fruit Farm have different packages according to one's needs so best to check out their website, or you can speak to the boss Steve while at the farm itself.
Pengalaman menaiki ATV mengelilingi kawasan Desaru Fruit Farm antara aktiviti menarik disediakan pihak pengurusan. Selain dapat membawa sendiri ATV sambil fruit-tour kebun dan melihat sendiri produk tropical yang ditanam oleh pemilik Desaru Fruit Farm. Boleh tahan luas kawasan farm ni. Lagi seronok bila tiba musim buah-buahan. Geram je tengok buah tergantung lebat kat pokok.
Eyza sempat bagi arnab ni makan carrot.. suka betul dia dapat makan..
#johorpremiumoutlet #johorbahru #malaysiaJohor Premium Outlets (JPO) is an outlet mall in Indahpura, Kulai District, Johor Bahru, Malaysia. It is the first...
JPO first opened in December 2011 and got to its current size with 130 stores in 2013 with its Phase II expansion
Unlike the street art in Penang, the version in kluang was concentrated along this one, long street. Some are just boring wall paintings although there are those with 3D elements for that more interesting photo taking.
After cleaning up the backlane and upgrading the infrastructure, volunteers and artists were given free rein to decorate the rear walls of the shop houses with fun art. While probably not to the level of acclaim given to some of the street murals in George Town, it is still an interesting walk along the lane to look at the creativity of some of the art.
Ada lebih kurang 3 blok bangunan di laluan belakang kedai 2 tingkat. Dinding belakang kedai tersebut dipenuhi oleh lukisan lukisan menarik.
I’m not being dramatic when I say my lust for adventure has taken me to the very ends of the earth, because Tanjung Piai in Tanjung Piai National Park is exactly that. At 1°15’34.80R…
A huge rock welcomes visitors to Tanjung Piai, Johor, Malaysia, the southernmost point of mainland Asia. Entrance fees cost RM 5 for Malaysians and RM10.00 for foreigners and parking costs RM3.00 per car. The opening hours are 9 am – 5 pm from Tuesdays to Sundays. The perfect trip includes visiting the Tanjung Piai National Park plus a stay at the Kukup fishing village.
Both sides of the pathway were all green of the Bakau trees and at this low tide I could see the roots all above grounds and seedlings just sprouting all over. To make the walkway colorful the Park Authority has placed signage at various places to give the visitors information of what are there to see in the park. There are also interesting signage giving soft warning like the one shown on the left of this paragraph. And I believe it does give a clear and loud message to the visitors. [signage translate 'Only Monkey are allows to throw rubbish]
Having never stepped foot into Legoland Malaysia’s SEA Life, I was pretty thrilled to be able to finally explore it… the aquarium does kinda feel a lot smaller or maybe it is about the same size as Aquaria KLCC?! But then, I find SEA Life interesting too as its own unique features, like giant Lego figurines and such
It was definitely an amazing place and few hours of letting our inner child take charge and I definitely hope to be able to repeat again…. And so should you…
This is the 4th and 5th day of our trip to Johor Bahru. On this video we went to Legoland Malaysia Resort and Theme Park. We spent the whole day enjoying the different rides. We also went to the Sea Life and saw different marine species.
Entrance Fee to the ostrich farm has been revised since 2018 and it is RM20 (Adult) and RM15 (Child). As you enter the farm, there will be a guide to bring you to see the young chicks and other ostrich of different ages, how they are breed, fed and sharing of interesting fun facts of the ostrich.
DL and CL had a ride on an ostrich named Lulu. It cost RM20 per ride and came with a photo and certificate that says ‘So-and-so has successfully ridden on the world’s fastest bird’. Cost aside, only children weighing 45kg and below get to ride the bird. And it was only from one side of the enclosure to the other, so nothing much to shout about. Both of them enjoyed the ride so it was still worth it. Lulu couldn’t stand still when it was DL’s turn and ended up giving him a free ride of a few rounds within the enclosure.
Visitors can have the opportunity to get close and personal with the ostriches, interacts with them either with selfie, wefie or even a ride on them (for those andrenaline junkie) at a minimal charge. The admission fees to the farm are is at the rate of MYR12 and MYR 8 for adult and children respectively.
Located just a short distance away from Legoland is Puteri Harbour, home to an indoor theme park, suitable more for the smaller ones than older kids. While not as big as Legoland, it is enough to keep your little ones entertained. And here are 4 things you should do with your tiny tots while …
This little stall selling hae piah ji or deep fried prawn fritters always have a long line of people waiting.
Pasar Malam Johor Jaya has got a good selection of food stalls including nasi lemak, muah chee and prawn fritters. Only on Tuesdays!
#aktraveler Zenxin Organik Park merupakan salah satu organik park yang beroperasi 20 tahun dan ke atas. Ia merupakan salah satu farm yang sesuai untuk pelaja...
You can always walk-in for a simple guided tour around the park. It is RM15 for adults and RM12 for kids.
Visitors can choose a guided tour, cycle around the park, or simply take some time to walk around the park and enjoy the view. Dotted around the park are various attractions and activities for visitors. Join the “Be an organic farmer” programme and learn the proper methods of organic farming. Park tours are scheduled at 4 different times, at 9.30am, 11.30am, 2.30pm and 4.30pm, bringing visitors to the various farms available here .
Mount Pulai could be considered as one of the most popular recreational and hiking spots in Johor, often visited by the locals and neighbours from Singapore. Standing at the height of 654 meter, it is not really considered as a mountain but more of a hill, even though it had the name of ‘Mount’ Pulai.