13th October 2014
Today we will be hitting KidZania. I have heard many great reviews about this place and now that my kids are a little older (2 years old and 3 and 1/2 years old), it is time for us to bring them to visit.
After a quick breakfast of biscuit, milk and cheesecake (leftover from yesterday), we are on our way to KidZania.
Located in Petaling Jaya, just 10-15 minutes drive from our hotel, we reached KidZania at about 11.30am.
We were greeted warmly by the Air Asia check-in counter where we bought our "tickets". We were then given a wrist watch which is our ticket to a fun-filled day.
When we scanned in, it is like how we check in for flight. The counter will take note of how many people go in a group (e.g.: 2 adults and 2 childrens) and you can only check out with the same amount of people, this is to ensure that kids doesn't leave the building on their own.
|Our wrist watch for entry|
If you earn enough kidzos, can even buy toys in "kid's only departmental store", adults not allowed to go in.
After brunch, we drove all the way home.
Each "shop" has a board outside and will indicate the duration of the activities and how many kids they can accommodate each time. Will also indicate the age of kids who are suitable for that particular activity. So parents and kids can choose which activity they wanna do.
First activity is as builder. Kids help to build sponge-like blocks....
Kids were happy with the money they earn and they even gave me part of their money to me as they promise to reward mummy once they started earning money. So sweet of them!
|Fire engine full of mini fireman|
|Listening to instructions|
|Their first hard-earned money!|
After some hard work, time to pamper ourselves with a makeover and manicure...
But little boy didnt really want to play anymore... probably a little scared, only want to stick to me and wait for jie jie outside the glass door.
Jie jie happily proceed to painting class...
1.30pm--Time for lunch. We ordered some food from the mini stall inside KidZania and while waiting for food, girl girl took the chance to make a mini pie ...
After lunch, time to make some pill....
By 2.30pm, little boy already a little tired, almost time for his milk and nap. So, i bring him to play in toddler's play room which he enjoyed a lot (played for 45 minutes or so).... i guess for kids 2 years and below, they are not so suitable for the activities as parents are not allowed inside the activity room. They prefer to play with toys in playroom and parents can rest too as they are quite a number of comfortable sofas around.
|Little artist at work|
|Proud of her work|
|Pharmacist mummy and pharmacist girl girl|
|Earn kidzos and get a bottle of Vitamin C too!!!|
Didnt manage to take pics in the children's room but the children's playroom is well equipped. There are a super huge kitchen with lots of utensil, some toys in the living room with some soft toys, a huge pool of balls and a huge air bed for kids to jump.
While boy boy is playing, girl girl continue with activity.
Becoming surgeon for a day
3.40pm--After playing and drinking milk, boy boy fall asleep soundly on the couch.
Meanwhile, jie jie busy learning cat walk.
After modelling, jie jie is exhausted already. Decided that she doesn't want to do any more activities.. so we went for face painting and she loves the cupcake pic...
And make herself a bracelet.
By now, it is 5pm and time to check out from KidZania :) The kids had fun. Hubby and me are exhausted but it is all well worth it,
Meet my friend LM for lunch at Mamma Mia Restaurant near our hotel. Food is reasonable good. Had good conversations and catch up over dinner.
|Superstar in the making|
|Paying full attention|
|5pm-time to check out|
Reached hotel at 8plus and after shower , the kids fall asleep a while after that. Must be exhausted after playing the whole day.
14th October 2014
Final day and it is time to go home. Woke up at 9am and after a quick breast fast (biscuit and vitagen), we checked out.
Will be having brunch at "The Good Batch". Saw this brunch place at Facebook .. i think something like 10 Best Brunch Place in KL, so decided to give it a try.
Parking is difficult to find as there are many eateries along the road.
I had a cup of cappuccino to start with...coffee is good but not fantastic.
Kids had Ang Moh... Scrambled egg, grilled mushroom, grilled tomatoes, sausages, potatoes and baked bean. This is quite good and the kids ate quite a bit...
I love my Portobello Road. Soft and runny poached egg and a huge grilled juicy portobello mushroom on top of crispy hash brown... perfect combination.. I love how all the eggs are perfectly poached... sinful but good!
Hubby love his Norwegian Salmon but he commented that it is a little too small for him. Smoked salmon and perfect poached egg on top of this super soft bun, served with a bed of salad....another win!!!!
Food is good, but on the pricey side. Spend about RM 110 for 3 sets and 2 coffees...
|Inside the restaurant|
|Ang Moh, RM 24.90|
|Portobello Road, RM 22.90|
|Norwegian, RM 21.90|
|Enjoying their meal|