Born To Be Outside
Getting your child to explore can be a challenge on its own. Here are .... read more
It’s important for your child to explore the outdoors, especially when you live in an urban jungle like Kuala Lumpur. Being outdoors will allow them to be curious and self-confident. Being outdoors is also a great way to increase their physical skills and most importantly, it gives you and your child a chance to bond over new experiences!
Here’s some kid-friendly places that would excite you and your toddler.
Farm in the City
Let your kids explore the animal kingdom with a non-traditional zoo experience. Farm in the City is the perfect place for animal lovers and is divided into several sections including a reptile corner, koi pond and bird aviary. Your child will have the best time learning about nature while feeding and interacting with the animals!
School of Hard Knocks
This is the perfect place for your child to make as much noise and banging as they want! They will be taught how to make a pewter dish using traditional tools that iron smiths have been using for hundreds of years. Teach them history and a new skill, all-in-one. The best part is that your child can take their creation home with them!
What better way to get your kids to explore their creativity and imagination than with LEGO! That’s exactly what Blok Space offers – a place where kids can learn through play, while creating their LEGO masterpiece!
The School @ Jaya One
School doesn’t have to be boring, especially if the THE School, in Jaya One! This mall is dedicated to “kids enrichment” and has plenty of establishments that caters to learning in more enriching and fun ways. From building their own R2-D2 at Roboticist or cooking classes at Learning Fresh, there is something for every kid’s fancy.
Just like it sounds, it’s a playgroup held in open-air locations that encourage, you guessed it, messy play! Your child will learn and explore different textures and materials such as clay, paint, sand. They live up to their name, and your kids will have messy fun – so remember to bring a spare change of clothes!