My kids loved the Vortex Tunnel and kept going in and out for more than 10 times, whereas their mother backed off after 3 steps – the tunnel made my head spin and I lost my balance! But I loved the kaleidoscope: the photo will make an excellent social media profile picture!
Ticket price: Adult RM35 (with MyKad), RM45 (non-MyKad); Child RM25 (with MyKad), RM35 (non-MyKad); Family RM90 (with MyKad), RM120 (non-MyKad).
A Penrose triangle aka ‘impossible’ triangle – an optical illusion where the object appears to have no beginning or end point.
It has very beautiful and modern architecture. It is unique for the large rooftop garden which is quite rare in KL and Malaysian malls. In fact, most people visit the mall for the garden since in January-February, a lot of stores are not opened yet but at least more stores are opened here than Pavillion Bukit Jalil. From the garden, we could see the iconic TRX Skycraper.
Chinatown’s Petaling Street is one of KL’s popular tourist destinations. This is the place for you to shop for anything from t-shirts, souvenirs, shoes, bags and perfumes. There are a great selection of Chinese food to eat here at Chinatown. So, be sure to visit Petaling Street with an empty stomach.
In my opinion, Aquaria KLCC is too small to justify its expensive ticket price. Spending RM50 to RM70 per person is crazy for supposedly 2 hours of entertainment. Although, I saw a lot of families during our visit, so eating the cost for the sake of your kids is clearly just part of living in KL.
Aquaria KLCC is not a must-see as it’s not any different from the aquariums you’d find in other cities. The exhibits aren’t unique, the tickets are pricey and the venue is much smaller. Tourists to KL can safely skip this attraction to save time or money. For residents with children, a visit to Aquaria is inevitable. You’ll feel guilted into taking them here eventually, so whether it’s worth it is beside the point.
Entrance is RM49 for adults and RM39 for kids (Malaysians), and RM10 extra for foreigners.
In conjunction with World Friendship Day celebrated on 30 July each year, SuperPark Malaysia is offering visitors the opportunity to get 4 tickets for only RM150 through the Super4 Promo, available until 9 August 2019!
We tried our luck on the Ninja training obstacle course and the kids simply loved the zipwire as you get to kick over some large foam blocks.
Exclusive to Malaysia is the 2,500 square foot skate rink which is made from an artificial, 100% recyclable and non-toxic synthetic ice that is quality and environmentally certified (TÜV SIO 9001 & 14001), safe enough to walk on without fear of slipping. It provides hockey and skaters the ability to stop, turn and pirouettes just as well as the real thing.
Petronas Twin Towers is an icon and distinctive landmark of Malaysia, also made the country more recognized on a world scale. Standing at the foot of the Towers and looking up, Petronas Twin Tower reach to a dizzying height of 452 metres above the skyline, the most spectacular architectural in Malaysia. Touted as the most of Malaysia's known touristic attraction, a must-see on any Malaysia sightseeing trip for visitor.
#Malaysia #Tower #TravelAlong with the Petronas Twin Towers, Menara KL Tower is easily Malaysia’s most recognizable and popular landmark. Constructed in 1994...
Setibanya di atas, pemandangan menakjubkan menanti dan juga ada dua SkyBox di kiri dan kanan. SkyBox ini adalah satu ruangan berlantai kaca dengan ketinggian 300m dari aras tanah. Satu menghala ke Menara Berkembar Petronas dan satu lagi menghala ke Dataran Merdeka. Untuk kedua-dua SkyBox ini kalian kena beratur menunggu giliran dan setiap giliran adalah 1 minit 45 saat untuk satu SkyBox.
KL Tower or Menara Kuala Lumpur is the seventh tallest freestanding tower in the world at 1381 feet and the tallest in Southeast Asia. The tower is located w...
In 1957 which is the independence year of Malaysia, this was the palace for our Yang di-Pertuan Agong (Monarch) and Permaisuri Agong (Queen) until 2011 where they have moved to a new palace which is located in Jalan Duta. With 54 years of history and it has becomes a Muzium Diraja in 2013. Muzium Diraja is a museum where you will see how the castle exactly looks like in Malaysia.
The Year-End School Holidays are upon us once again. Bring your kids for a fun day out at Berjaya Times Square Theme Park KL, the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia. The theme park is open daily during the school holidays from 11am to 10pm. Tickets can be purchased on Level 5 at the ticketing office and a second entry within same day is permitted with your wristband.