Kuala Lumpur (or "KL" abbreviation), the capital of Malaysia, for all ages, including children. After Mom enjoyed shopping fun and treatment; Father, heritage trails, golfing or scooping in pubs, where is fun for kids? Below are some recommendations on how to get them.
(1) NATIONAL ZOO
At the foot of Jalan Ulu Kelang's main square, the National Zoo is home to more than 3,000 mammals, amphibians, reptiles and birds all over the world. These include antelopes, giraffes, zebras, ostriches, rhinos, penguins and local species such as orangutans, sun rays, civets, boa constrictors and gharials. The pride of the zoo is rare species, such as Pademelons, a miniature kangaroo; Milky Stork, flat-headed cat, goldfish, Aldraban Tortoise, the world's largest turtle and many others. Several animals showing sea lions, macaques and macaws are held between 11 am and 3 pm every day. Tunku Abdul Rahamn Lake in the zoo is home to over 300 free-roaming birds. They feed them between 11 am and 3 pm. Hours of visit from 9:00 to 17:00 daily.
PETROSAINS, found on Suria's KLCC level 4 in PETROSAS Twin Towers, contains countless interactive exhibits on petroleum science and technology. The center aims to stimulate interest in petroleum research and exciting career opportunities in the industry in an entertaining way. The center's first-class staff acts as a guide, as a lecturer and as a demonstrator, as well as facilitator to make visitors more enjoyable and learn at exhibitions. One of the highlights of one of the visits is a simulated helicopter ride to the oil drillers! Opening hours: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 9.30-18.30 (last entry at 17.00) Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 9.30-17.30 (last registration: 16.00) Friday: 13.30-17.30 Last registration: 16.00). Monday: Closed
3 KL BIRD PARK
KL Bird Park is a fantastic world of bird and tropical paradise. The park in Lake Gardens is also known as a "free-of-charge bird hall" offering eight hectares of green-lined valley terrain that can be discovered. After joining the KL Bird Park door, you've been transporting an obviously intense bird cage and there is plenty of opportunity to observe that a total of 60 local and alien species of 800 birds live together. They are so well adapted to this man-made paradise that is naturally grown. If you're lucky, you can see the polite show of the Indian blue peacocks or take a look at the towering pigeon with a turkey body size. Major attractions include swamp birds, raptors, oriental birds, unplanned birds.
(4) BUKIT NANAS FOREST RESERVE
Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve features pedestrian paths, children's playgrounds and an arboretum. The Merbau, the Jelutong and the Kapur experiments provide opportunities for observing tropical trees such as Meranti, Keruing, Jelutong, Kapur and Pulai. Other plants include rare herbs, clowns, ferns, climbers, palms and other exotic plants. Among the inhabitants of the park are squirrels, insects, butterflies and two introduced monkeys. They are silver leaf money and long-stemmed macaque. The Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve is located in Jalan Raja Chulan.
(5) KL BUTTERFLY PARK
See Raja Brooke, the world's largest butterfly in this park and over 6,000 butterflies representing 120 species. The lush landscaped garden, the park was created from more than 12,000 plants and trees and decorated with rolling streams and waterfalls. There is a breeding area and a kindergarten that explains and illustrates the life cycle and mating habits of butterflies. Side attraction is an insect museum that depicts both living and preserved species such as rhinoceros beetle, insects, praying mantis, gecko and other creatures. KL Butterfly Park is located in Jalan Cenderawasih, Lake Gardens. Opening hours: 9: 00-18: 00 daily.
6 COSMO WORLD
Cosmo World Theme Park is Malaysia's largest covered theme park covering more than 12,000 square meters; Includes haunted chambers. With 14 attractive hiking trails, the park is divided into two separate areas. "Galaxy Station" is specifically designed for adults and teenagers. It offers six major tours; sometimes Supersonic Odyssey, DNA Mixer, Dizzy Izzy, Ooort Express, Spinning Orbit and Space Attack. "Fantasy Garden" is a colorful setting with eight great fun tours. They allow the children and families to enjoy quality time together. The finest tours include Fantasy Trail, Crazy Bus, Botanic Drive, Molly-Cool Swing, Buddy Go Round, Honey Bump, Flying Bumble Bee and Robo Crash. The Cosmo World Theme Park is located on the 10th floor of Berjaya Times Square, Jalan Imbi. Kuala Lumpur.
7 NATIONAL SCIENCE CENTERS
The National Science Center located in the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur's Bukit Kiara has built a green, unique structure that resembles a truncated cone with a geodesic dome. The Center is hosting nearly 1,000 exhibitions aimed at encouraging visitors to become interested in science and technology. The exhibits in the 11 galleries are based on different themes, which can be divided into two groups; previously known as "Fundamentals" and "Technology". The galleries include environmental odyssey, science, discovery, children's educational center, thinking machine, the world of the future, technoMal, digital style, Inventor Corner and Aquarium. There is also a Science Educational Park that provides practical learning opportunities for botanical, zoological, agricultural science and life science students. The National Science Center is located on the Persian Bukit Kiara hill. Opening hours: 9: 00-17: 00 daily, except Friday.
(8) AQUARIA KLCC
In addition to aquariums containing more than 3,000 marine creatures, this center presents a variety of life forms on different terrain. Visitors are taken from the mountains, plains, coastal forests, reefs to the ocean. The aquarium's stars are electric eel, snail fish, red-tailed pirate, long-haired cowfish, sandy tiger shark, arapaima and albino axlol. AQUARIA KLCC is located in Jalan Pinang Kuala Lumpur Convention Center. Opening hours: 11 to 20 daily. (Last login 19:00.)
Source by Paik-Leong Ewe