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Kid’s E-World – A fun world where kids learn, play and enjoy!

Location: The Gardens Mall, Ff-202, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Wilayah Persekutuan, 59200 Kuala LumpurDate: Mon – Sun Hour: 10 am – 9 pmAdmission: From RM40 A state of the art tropical themed playland, equipped with gigantic toys in motion, a space for kids to exercise their growing bodies while parents bond together through interaction and play in a safe, secure and hygienic environment. Located in IPC and the Gardens Mall, Kid's E World is meant for the daddy stuck with the kids while the mum goes for shopping. There is a designated area for the parent to chill and work on the laptop while watching the tykes rampage around. Well-known for regularly sanitize and maintain their toys, children can tire themselves out with the...

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Sunway Lagoon Theme Park –Thrill Rides, Horror House & Wildlife Adventures!

With six themed parks, including Asia’s first Nickelodeon themed park, featuring a myriad of not just land but water activities, Sunway Lagoon Theme Park makes an ideal destination for anyone looking to have a fun-filled day. Alongside kids-friendly rides like the Carousel, and carnival games, the Amusement Park is also where you’ll get your thrills, from being spun 360-degree in the air at Pirate’s Revenge to whirling around in the raging waters of the Grand Canyon River Rapids. This is also where the world’s longest bridge, the Pedestrian Suspension Bridge is and it’s also where you’ll be able to get a bird’s eye view of the whole park. Little ones will love Little Zimbabwe, an interactive water playground at the...

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Skytropolis Indoor Theme Park: A Carnival Wonderland for the Young & Young-at-heart

Formerly known as the First World Indoor Theme Park, Skytropolis is packed with an array of games and rides with varying thrill-levels. Bathed in seemingly a hundred prismatic tints, Skytropolis Funland is reminiscent of a sparking carnival ground. Source: Thrillopilia The rides at Skytropolis are divided into 3 categories: Children, Family and Thrill. Do take note of the minimum height requirements for the rides. Kids can go for a ride on a miniature bumper car at Boo Boo Bump or sit back and enjoy a leisurely ride around the ‘Eiffel tower’ at Loop de Loop. For child-sized thrills, you’ve got Jumping Spurs, a mini-jumping tower with mild climbs and drops. Family rides includes the Royal Carousel, an eye-catching double storey...

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Skyrides Festivals Park – Catch a Panoramic View of Putrajaya

Please note that the Skyrides Balloon is currently being refurbished and is set to be reopened in Sept 2019. Skyrides Festivals Park is Malaysia’s first tethered helium balloon theme park. While still tethered to the ground, the helium balloon takes flight, hovering high in the sky, providing a most picturesque bird’s eye view of the Putrajaya skyline. The experience beats gazing out from any observation deck sitting atop a skyscraper for you get a complete 360-view of the city. The theme park also has various attractions catering to the different age groups. There’s the SkyWarrior Rainforest Challenge to put your strength and endurance to test, American Ninja Warrior style. Most of the 8 obstacles inspired by the rainforest are above...

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District 21 – A Thrilling Ride in a Post-apocalyptic World

Set in a post-apocalyptic world, District 21 provides an interesting twist to the usual (but nonetheless thrilling) slides, obstacles and climbing structures found in an indoor theme park. Photo credits Tourism Selangor Trampolines, pedal go-karts, slides, and tubby rides where you can drop down a slope in a tube, aside, there’s the Roller Glider. Instead of zooming through a straight line, the zip line swerves pass curves and sharp turns. A roller coaster ride without the carriages, if you will. Photo credits IOI City Mall Consisting of over 20 obstacles, think wobbly bridge and narrow planks, set high up above the ground, Sky Trail is certainly not for everyone, especially if you’re afraid of heights. For the younger kids, who...

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