There are many areas in Malaysia which are considered to be child-friendly and parents who want the travel to be child associated can easily look up to these locations as a consideration. The areas covered include Mont Kiara, Damansara, Ampang and Taman Tun Dr Ismail. The places to visit in the Klang Valley is available online, anyone can go and check it out.
There are many activities scheduled for kids to enjoy and can easily zeal around with kids of the same age. Golden Triangle in Kuala Lumpur has car-free days every first and third Sunday of the month where children can come for jogging, walking, cycling, even skateboarding on the streets in the morning.
The National Science Centre is an apt location for children to come and learn about science and technology. Also, you can head to the Bukit Kiara Country Club to try horseback riding or bowling as a sport to polish skills or spending leisure time with children. Indoor skydiving and flow boarding at Air Rider of 1Utama Shopping Centre in Petaling Jaya is famous for the wide range sporting options. There’s also Kidzania as an option at Mutiara Damansara.
If self-health and exercise implementation is a part of your schedule then TTDI Park offers a widespread for running and hiking.
An online publication called Happy Go KL avails e-guide online along with print versions at selected cafes and outlets in the Klang Valley. The entire thing is creatively designed with an illustrated map and includes child-friendly places to eat, get active, and even find outdoor hikes and activities.
Happy Go KL co-founder Jay Desan said “We wanted to make the city accessible and fun for locals and visitors, and the guides are hyperlocal according to the various areas in the city. “They give kids a chance to get off their device, grab a map, tackle a puzzle, tell a joke or even learn some Bahasa Malaysia while they explore places in the city with their parents.”
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