The New Face of Titiwangsa Park

Finally took the boys to visit the newly refurbished Titiwangsa Park that we have been waiting for for so long. Just when I thought the boys had outgrown this sort of thing, I was pleasantly surprised by the enthusiasm they showed when I said we were going. It turns out they aren’t bored with playgrounds;Continue reading “The New Face of Titiwangsa Park”

LEGO Malaysia Brings the “Gift of Play”

If you’re looking for some fun for the family this Lunar New Year, look no further… (also because we love LEGO because it helps children develop many skills) From 5 January to 2 February, LEGO Malaysia will be ushering the Lunar New Year with the “Gift of Play” at: Mid Valley Megamall in Kuala Lumpur;Continue reading “LEGO Malaysia Brings the “Gift of Play””

Be a Star at Kidzania!

LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s Be A Star Variable Programme is back for an even glitzier second season! Here’s your chance to be a Zuperstar! Calling all budding performers! KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s Be A Star variable school-holiday programme is back by popular demand, following the stellar reception from the programme’s debut last year. ThisContinue reading “Be a Star at Kidzania!”

KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s Spooky Fun Festival

There are two things my boys really enjoy – Kidzania and Halloween. Combine the two in a Spooky Fun Festival and you know it is a “must go” event! Unfortunately, we couldn’t make it to the opening launch, but we’ll have the rest of October to experience this spooktacular event. KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s Spooky FunContinue reading “KidZania Kuala Lumpur’s Spooky Fun Festival”

ArchaeoKidz is Coming to Kidzania!

Parents, if you’re looking for some fun activities for the kids in the upcoming local school holidays, do check ArchaeoKidZ at Kidzania. “ArchaeoKidZ” is part of a variable school-holiday programme where children can experience a series of themed role-play activities linked to history and archaeology. This initiative is aimed at developing historical and archaeological understandingContinue reading “ArchaeoKidz is Coming to Kidzania!”

Singapore Holidays

We’re big subscribers of experiential learning, and holiday trips can offer some terrific experiential learning opportunities for children of all ages. This is a trip report of our recent visit to Singapore when I took the boys: to attend their first ever Pokemongo Safari Zone event visit the newly opened Pokemon Center in another newlyContinue reading “Singapore Holidays”

2019 Children’s Festival at Gardens by the Bay

Check out what’s coming to Singapore in June! Every year, Gardens by the Bay hosts a Children’s Festival. This year, as part of a three-year collaboration with the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia (Disney), they will be presenting something extra special. Coinciding with the movie release, families will haveContinue reading “2019 Children’s Festival at Gardens by the Bay”

New Space Edu-ventures in KidZania

KidZania Kuala Lumpur has just launched its “Science & Space” variable school-holiday programme and it promises a plethora of fun, engaging, and educational activities. Specially designed to captivate inquisitive, young minds, these interactive activities and experiments are sure to broaden their interest and knowledge of science and space. To officiate the launch of Kidzania’s newestContinue reading “New Space Edu-ventures in KidZania”

Sights and Sounds: Adventures at SuperPark!

It’s the school holidays and the challenge to keep the kids active and busy begins again. A friend told us about SuperPark which had just opened in Malaysia. It is an “all in one indoor activity park from Finland” embracing the concept “you are made to move”. I like the sound of it already. Things to doContinue reading “Sights and Sounds: Adventures at SuperPark!”

Trip Report: Highlights from Western Australia

Over the Summer Holidays, we took the kids on their second trip to Western Australia. Having spent most of our efforts in the north and around Perth city the first time we visited, we decided to head down south. Day 1: Dunsborough We arrived at Perth International Airport in the late afternoon and made ourContinue reading “Trip Report: Highlights from Western Australia”