KidZania Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya

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Let your chlildren explore a pint-sized city full of interactive activities at KidZania Kuala Lumpur, which aims to combine the fun of an amusement park with the value of education. Watch from the sidelines as your children role-play different careers, or become a "citizen" of a mini-city under the supervision of adult "government" staff. Toddlers and preschoolers can enjoy the nursery school and fun house. Grab a meal and some drinks at the onsite eatery. Make KidZania Kuala Lumpur part of your personalized Petaling Jaya itinerary using our Petaling Jaya itinerary maker website .
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  • Nice and great for children’s activities to convert their imaginations to the real world. In directly the kidzania systems are more to implement the learn and play systems for the children. A such of ...  more »
  • We just went today 11 March 2018, Sunday . We stayed at One world hotel and took a mrt to KidZania . Took a while for us to find KidZania after reaching Mutiara Damansara station cos we reach at 9.30a...  more »
  • We’ve been there for few times. But this is the first time we went during weekday. If possible, do avoid weekend as its very crowded, which you can hardly enjoy those popular games such as pilot, fire...  more »
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  • This place is awesome! It offers many fun activities especially for kids to explore. The environment is friendly, the staffs are helpful, the games and programmes set for visitors are very informative and educational. Adults can enjoy all the activities as well, as they are now made available via events. Check their website and schedule for special occasions and events to be held.
  • The 9th facility under the franchise of Kidzania Mexico, it is really a fantasy world with real-life companies' collaborations like McDonald's, AIA, AirAsia, among a few, makes it a believable place for kids. Got so many Kidzos money in hand? Just bank in the KidZania Bank and get a debit card for withdrawals on the next visit. But, kids are just pretending to be in a make-believe world on their own (exposing them to the adult world). It will be difficult to have a really real learning experience like an adult would actually do; so, just chill out. Don't expect much from the experience, adults; otherwise better play with your kids at home or bring them to a more lively physical place if you have the time. 💢For the kids: take the time to socialize with other kids of different backgrounds and races. Stop playing with smart devices. Long queus can be expected at places with skills like fire-fighters, CSIs, pilots, culinary, skills under affiliate companies and skills that involve vehicles. 💢For the adults: just politely ask the children (not just yours) to discipline themselves when in a long queue because it is frustrating to see them missing their own registration queue order. The supervisors will take a list and give a queue sticker according to the session to make sure everyone can have a chance, at their best effort. They would not handle the issue like that. I don't want to spoil the fun over here. You CANNOT participate at all or enter the play areas which make the place a really boring and stressful experience for the whole day for adults; just to take photos of your children but only outside the play areas. Anyway, the official photographer will take photos inside the play area and the PictureAir photos can be purchased at the photo printing service near the KidZania souvenir store but they are usually not cheap. Probably, you can have the peace at the Parents' Lounge (Plaza Premium Lounge) on the first floor next to AirAsia play area since the seats at the play areas are really limited and it will become worse during peak hours/holidays. It is not advisable to bring children below 1-year old with strollers because you will get tired to handle the kids with attention problems. If you have toddlers, use baby harnesses/carriers. Prepare your kids with bags to carry around the items and money they get from doing the skills. Don't bring heavy items. It is better if you have older children or maids to handle younger ones but they probably get bored as adults as well. As expected, you cannot bring outside food and drinks but you can bring your own water. Follow the rules and regulations like any other theme parks. Just go there and feel the fun, kids only! The best time to come when there are special events with adults like a family cooking class. Oh, I forgot one important thing: parking is flat RM3 on weekends at Curve NX where Kidzania resides.
  • Best ever place for children. No tantrum at all hahaha pls buy ticket at fave if you want more saver! Come early for the experience.
  • Great place for kids to learn and enjoy themselves. Avoid public holidays and weekends. Arrive early in the morning to experience as much activity as possible as the place closes at around 6pm. Also, no outside food and drinks allowed. Most activities starts at 11am.
  • Worst place for "non-Malaysians". Visited that place and faced with non tolerance to expats and their kids. When busy time they just cheat kids and pass Malaysian kids only postponing you all the time. If you are tourist don't waste your time there.

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