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
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!
During the September holidays, we ventured out again in search for more night markets in Johor Bahru. Considered any achievement unlocked as we conquered yet another pasar malam which opens every Thursday evening. Stretching from Jalan Impian Emas 3 to Jalan Impian Emas 5, mobile vendor stalls start to set up from 5pm onwards. Even though the scale of the night market is not very big, it was a breeze to walk as the roads are wide.
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 …
ISKANDAR PUTERI (Johor) • It was an emotional farewell for Ms Iman Najwa Hazimi during her recent visit to Sanrio Hello Kitty Town, which is closing for good today.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Verdict: 1. Overall, you can enjoy a fun-filled family day here if your kids are huge fans of Hello Kitty, and the interactive stations at each area are pretty interesting for the young ones. 2. I personally find that the best part goes to the shopping! So many varieties of authentic and unique Sanrio merchandises are available there. 3. Reason to visit: Amazing Hello Kitty experience, plus infectious happiness for the family and friends ❤