KL shopping & fun place for children

I came back from KL, think of writing up a summary for everyone’s reference in the future. We live in Hilton hotel @ KL Sentral, just opposite the main train station. most of my route below can go via the train or Monorail, so very convenient, safe taxi cost. 😀 The hotel is new, modern. I am satisfy with room layout, just untraditional. king size bed, huge showerhead, bathroom got TV, also. one night is MR 375.

route 1: ——– from KL sentral, take "KL monorail" line to station "imbi".

along this main shopping road, you will see: Time square: Country’s lagest shopping mall, a bit run down, most are all small butik. T-shirt selling @ MR10. If you are looking for brand or class, this is not the place for you. fun place: Cosmo’s world theme park inside Time square. Most of the ride are for 1.4 meter above kids. Entrance fee are not cheap. for younger children, there are some kiddy ride. Although it is cheaper, I feel it is not worth it because rides are similar, train, train, train, different kind of train. Adult need to pay full fare. Fish spa: there are quite no. of little fish spa there, very cheap, 5 riggit for 15 minutes. so tempted, but seeing everyone put their feet into big pond, wondering when they change the water. Sungei Wang Plaza & lot 10: small butik, IT, gadgets. Pavillion & starhill Gallery: World branded & high-end stuff, like our paragon, Takashimaya.

route 2: ——– Take KL monorail, for just 1 stop, allight @ Pasar seni Petaling Street:

located @china town area, selling non-authentic product, cloth, watch, shoes, handbags, purse, etc. Central Market: It is a indoor 3 story aircon shopping center for local food product and souvenir. route 3 ——- take Kelana jaya line (blue), to KLCC station. KLCC: The most fun place for kids: 1. Petronas Twin Towers climb up the twin tower bridge to see the whole KL city (free of charge). getup early in the morning, go to tower basement 1 to queue up for the tickets (only limited amount of tickets available everyday). start @ 8am, normally finish around 10am. after got ticket, there was appointment time to visit the twin tower. our time was 4:30pm on the same day. 2. Petrosains (mini-science center) we went to KLCC shopping center just next door. Inside, have a fun place "Petrosians" for both young and old. The entrance fee is very cheap. Adult RM12, child RM4. There are events, kids activities during school holiday time. 3. Movie go to KLCC top floor to see latest kids movie. half of singapore movie price! 4. eating place: Famous "Madam Kwan" restaurant or "little Penang Cafe route 4 ——- Take KTM comuter train, one stop to station "mid valley" be aware that the train may come every 30-40 sometimes. Mid Valley & Gardens: one of malaysia’s biggest mall, Garden is their new wing. Jusco & Metrojaya department stores are inside. great atmosphere, decoration & event during christmas time. route 5 ——- If you have extra time, then can take taxi to vist – One Utama old wing and new wing. – The Curve, Ikea, Tesco, around the area, etc.

Batu Caves

The  Batu Caves are situated thirteen kilometers (seven miles) north of the capital city Kuala Lumpur. They are the sacred place for the Hindu’s in Malaysia. They consist of three main caves and a number of smaller ones. The caves are made of limestone and 400 meters long and 100 meter high. They were discovered in 1892. From your hotel in the Golden Triangle you can reach the Batu Caves easily by taxi or public bus (11 and 11d). The public busses can be boarded at the Pudu Raya Bus Terminal in Kuala Lumpur.

Batu Caves is easily reached by Komuter train using the Batu Caves-Port Klang Route, costing RM 2 for a one-way journey from KL Sentral. Batu Caves may also be reached by bus 11/11d from Bangkok Bank Terminus (Near to Puduraya Terminus) or bus U6 from Titiwangsa.

Sunway Lagoon

SUBANG – Sunway Lagoon is another place that you cannot miss.It is a big complex with a hotel, university, Theme Park, shopping complex with indoor ice-skating rink, bowling alley, cineplex, food court. The spectacular Sunway Lagoon theme park is just next to it. Sunway Lagoon is a recreation of a sunken mining wasteland. Spanning some 80 acres, the theme park’s emphasis is largely water-based with wild adventure rides and amusement games.
The entrance of the pyramid-shaped shopping complex is guarded by a massive 50-foot lion bust and the unique Egyptian theme is carried throughout the interior of the shopping complex. It’s very popular by the Chinese and the tourists coming from Arabia. 
You can take the bus in China Town (Jalan Cheng Lock) to the shopping complex of to the Theme Park.

 

Colmar Tropicale

At Berjaya Time Square , you can take shuttle bus to go there.

RM55 pax(two way)

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