Best kid-friendly things to do in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

May 15, 2018
  • Have fun indoors
    1 / 4 Have fun indoors

    Check out Berjaya Times Square Theme Park – Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park, according to the Malaysia Book of Records. It is located on levels five and seven of Berjaya Times Square.

    Your kids will have a whale of a time trying all the different rides, which range from a merry-go-round and the Flying Bumble Bee, to bumper-car rides, mini roller coaster rides, an exhilarating Crazy Bus ride and a drive through the Fantasy Garden on a safari jeep.

    All rides and attractions have minimum height requirements.

    Price: Tickets start from RM11 (S$3.70); family packages start from RM113.

    Find out more www.berjayatimessquarethemeparkkl.com

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  • Go fishing in the city
    2 / 4 Go fishing in the city

    If Junior loves animals, he will love Farm In the City, a petting zoo with a variety of animals. There are 19 stations to choose from, including Longkang Fishing, which takes visitors back to the old days when kids would catch fish from big drains (Junior will get to catch his own fish at this station).

    Pet Village is made up of cute and cuddly rabbits and guinea pigs, while Reptiles Cavern is a large enclosure housing crocodiles, monitor lizards and mangrove snakes. There’s also the Ostrich Farm.

    Price: Tickets are RM48 (S$16.10) per child and RM58 per adult; family packages are also available.

    Find out more www.fitc.com.my

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  • Get lost in a world of science
    3 / 4 Get lost in a world of science

    Spend the afternoon at Petrosains Discovery Centre, located in Suria Shopping Centre at the base of the iconic Petronas Towers.

    Here, your little ones can check out the hands-on interactive and educational exhibits and catch exciting science shows.

    The centre’s newest gallery, Space, teaches kids about the latest in space science and technology – they can discover how astronauts live and work in space, programme a rover to search for signs of life on Mars, or travel to Jupiter and step into a hurricane.

    Price: Tickets start from RM8 (S$2.70). Admission is free for kids aged two years and below.

    Find out more www.petrosains.com.my

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  • Fly through a forest
    4 / 4 Fly through a forest

    Skytrex Adventure gives kids and adults the chance to zipline over lakes and through a lush forest, while conquering various obstacles that test their physical strength and balance.

    Choose from a range of challenges – the Little Adventure is for beginners and young children, while the Big Thrill is for those at an intermediate level, and the Extreme Challenge, for those who want something more technical and advanced.

    The minimum height requirement is 110cm. This attraction is located in the Shah Alam National Agricultural Park, about a 40-minute drive from the city.

    Price: Tickets start from RM35 (S$11.75).

    Find out more www.skytrex-adventure.org

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