September 28, 2023


Make Some Fun

Mommy Publish : Children-friendly Locations in Klang Valley

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Locations we went to in Klang Valley after the lockdown was lifted:

Be aware : A lot of the locations we went to are outside, we additionally opted for weekday and on the earliest time attainable (proper when it’s opened) to keep away from the crowds. Often individuals begin coming in round midday (11am+).


1. KL Chicken Park 

  • Ticket : RM 35 (grownup, Mykad) , RM 15 (kids + senior, Mykad) , under 3 is free
  • Opening Hours : 9 am – 6 pm, open each day

Further notes :

  • Put on mild & ethereal garments, it’s sizzling, some locations are shaded, some are open below the solar
  • Drink water, there’s additionally a number of little cafes/retailers inside.
  • The place is large, we spent virtually 3 hours contained in the park

You’ll be able to see the clip ranging from 8:30 – KL Chicken Park Outing from this video. Throughout this time, it was our first correct outing and we did not make any devoted video for it :

2. Farm in the City, Seri Kembangan 

  • Ticket : RM 39 (grownup, Mykad) , RM 32 (kids + senior, Mykad) , under 90 cm is free
  • Opening Hours : 10 am – 6 pm, closed each Tuesday (besides on public & faculty vacation)

Further notes :

  • Put on mild & ethereal garments, it’s sizzling however principally shaded. 
  • Drink water, there’s additionally an indoor cafe within the farm to relaxation.
  • You’ll be able to have direct interactions with the animals so wash your palms regularly, there are quite a lot of sinks within the farm.
  • You should buy meals for the animal/birds/fishes 
  • We spent 2 hours on the farm.

To date, that is the most effective farm/zoo expertise that we had. It’s not too massive and never too small, it’s sizzling however principally shaded, there have been quite a lot of direct interplay (we have been within the enormous cages with the animals), it’s close to our house, it feels very interactive and private. 

3. KL Tower Mini Zoo & Blue Coral Aquarium 

  • Ticket Zoo : RM 45 (grownup, Mykad) , RM 35 (kids + senior, Mykad) , under 3 is free
  • Ticket Aquarium : RM 15 (grownup)
  • Opening Hours : 10 am – 9 pm,  Monday – Sunday

Further notes :

  • On the zoo, put on mild & ethereal garments, it’s sizzling.
  • Blue Coral Aquarium is a small aquarium, it’s a bit miserable and darkish, indoor however no aircond. 
  • Put together your self for the toy store in the midst of the zoo
  • Love the doorway, direct interplay indoor petting zoo, that was enjoyable

We did not actually prefer it. It was sizzling and Sofi did not cooperate a lot. There was a store in the midst of the zoo and you understand how youngsters react to toy store – it was her largest distraction and she or he began to throw tantrum as a result of she wished one thing. Often toy retailers are the final cease earlier than we exit and it needs to be, with that precise motive. 

Nicely, it wasn’t expertise for us.

4. Aquaria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur 

  • Ticket : RM 52 (grownup, Mykad) , RM 42 (kids + senior, Mykad)
  • Opening Hours : 10 am – 7 pm, closed each Tuesday (besides on public & faculty vacation)

This was one of many place that we went with ‘many individuals’, regardless that we went on weekdays at 10 am and after the college vacation ended. We could not keep away from the group, so more often than not, we walked quick and did not take pleasure in as a lot as all the opposite locations that we went to earlier than. However Sofi loved the expertise up to now, there have been quite a lot of sharks and big fishes and it was her first big-tunnel aquarium expertise. 

Sadly we solely spent round 40 minutes inside.

5. Kidzoona 

  • Ticket : RM 14 – RM 18 (youngsters, weekday) , RM 22 (youngsters, weekend & vacation)
  • Opening Hours : 10 am – 7 pm, closed each Tuesday (besides on public & faculty vacation)

Further notes :

  • Have to deliver your individual socks, or purchase on the entrance
  • Fill in a kind earlier than getting into
  • Guardian can enter totally free
  • Most 3 hours per entry

We went to the IOI Putrajaya one, proper after it’s opened at 10 am. The place was empty, no youngsters apart from Sofi. It was her first time so she explored the place first. The place was clear & very organized, all toys have been organized neatly, we even put them again properly after play. I looooooved it and Sofi appears to loved it too. We spent round 1.5 hours in there, oh, there’s a therapeutic massage chair inside as effectively, so I had the prospect to get a brief 10 minutes therapeutic massage when Sofi was enjoying. 

Sofi at Kidzoona, IOI Metropolis Mall Putrajaya :

6. IKEA 

  • No tickets wanted
  • Sofi explored and tried out the children’ room setup
  • We ended the playful exploration with soy ice-cream & frozen yogurt

7. Jungle Health club, Bangsar Mall 

  • Ticket (toddler) : RM 25 (weekday) , RM 35 (weekend & vacation)
  • Ticket (youngsters) : RM 48 (weekday) , RM 66 (weekend & vacation)
  • Ticket (grownup) : RM 10
  • Opening Hours : 10 am – 7 pm, closed each Tuesday (besides on public & faculty vacation)

Different locations we’ve not visited along with Sofi :

  • Pusat Sains Negara
  • Zoo Negara
  • Butterfly Park
  • Kidzania
  • Petrosains
  • KL Forest Eco Park
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