By Klook on August 19, 2020
Ever since the end of Movement Control Order (MCO) in Malaysia, Klook has seen its consumers transitioned from home-based experiences like joining an online workshop to exploring outdoor activities, such as a day out at a theme park or staycation within the city. For instance, Klook Malaysia’s August 2020 data has shown that its Aquaria KLCC entrance ticket and Hard Rock Desaru Coast staycation experience in Johor were amongst the most searched domestic travel activities.
With the upcoming school holidays and weekends in the next few months, Klook recommends five (5) of the most searched kid-friendly things-to-do in Kuala Lumpur and beyond.
Uncover the wonders of science with a visit to Petrosains, The Discovery Centre in Kuala Lumpur. This is the place where children and even the adults can learn about the space age, Malaysia’s rich natural resources, rainforest, mountains and underwater series.
The Habitat is located on the fringes of a 130-million-year-old untouched rainforest on Penang Hill. Giving its visitors a unique experience to be close to nature, the eco-friendly attraction includes a historical nature trail, a treetop walk, canopy walkways, zip-lines and more.
With a rare view of the forest valleys and the Andaman Sea, it is recommended to bring your children for a visit during the late afternoon to catch one of the best sunset views of Penang Island.
Klook has recently collaborated with Shangri-La’s Tanjung Aru Resort to offer an exclusive staycation package as part of the launch of Klook’s Staycation Experience.
The package includes not just accommodation for two but guests can also enjoy additional perks. There is also a complimentary ride to one of the three islands in Sabah, a picnic lunch by the beach and water sports for a fun-filled day out.
If you are not planning to get out of Kuala Lumpur, give your kids a fun day of learning with over 70 scenarios and careers to try out in KidZania. They will get to learn to pilot an aeroplane, write for a media publication or be a hero to put out a fire.
They can also earn money in the miniature city and learn how to save and spend wisely as well as develop valuable life skills to prepare them for the real world!
Lost World Of Tambun is more than just a theme park cocooned by the lush tropical jungle, natural hot springs and 400 million-year-old limestone hills.
Travellers with kids are also able to spend the night in a glamping tent or a dreamy air-conditioned floating chalet located within the park itself.
Klook’s family staycation package for this activity accommodates two adults two children, and comes with buffet breakfast and attraction passes so that the customers can get the most value.
For Malaysians who would like to book their next travel adventure, Klook is offering a series of promotions to encourage Malaysians to rediscover the beauty of their homeland while keeping it budget-friendly. Enjoy our all-time best prices from dining deals to transport and attraction tickets here: https://bit.ly/KlookExploresMY
 The data was obtained from 1 Augusts 2020 – 14 August 2020