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Kids as Pilots in Kidzania, Kuala Lumpur
Written by Alex on June 8, 2020 Share on

Kidzania in Kuala Lumpur: Where Imagination Meets Reality

Malaysia is one of the most sought after destinations in Asia and it’s a no brainer! The country has everything a traveller expects and has cities with a wide range of options. Each city is unique in its own way and attracts travellers for their own reasons. But one city that stands tall, literally, among the Malaysian cities is the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. The city is a perfect fusion of culture and class. It has every element that makes people of all age groups fall in love with. If you are travelling with your kids and you want to provide entertainment and something useful to them, Kidzania in Kuala Lumpur is your Jackpot. The place is a fun and information hub where your kids can have fun and develop a passion for their future. Read on to know more about the Kidzania in Kuala Lumpur.

Kidzania – The Edutainment Centre

Kidzania in Kuala Lumpur stretches over 80000 sq ft, and it includes various miniature-sized replicas of office buildings for the kids to have fun and learn at. Your kids can involve in some fun-filled activities in this kid-sized city. Moreover, they can have a hands-on experience of over 90 diverse real-life professions. This place will help them develop team skills and teach them how to be self-sufficient. Kidzania offers a bevvy of career options to choose from which includes flying a plane like a pilot, performing surgeries and saving lives like a doctor, unravelling mysteries like a CSI agent and much more. In short, It is certain that they will leave the place as a better person with learnings in their minds for a better future.

Kids practice with dolls as doctors
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Inside the World of Kidzania

The kids can earn some KidZos, the official Kidzania currency which a reward for every job they do. This KidZos can be used to redeem merchandise which includes stationeries, colour pencils, miniature food stores and much more available at the edutainment centre’s gift store. It is also a good way to educate the kids to value money.

Kids with KidZos, the official currency of Kidzania in Kuala Lumpur
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There is a KidZania Information Counter from where you can clutch a map to navigate the two-level theme park. With the map, you can plan your time around popular miniature offices around the place. The queue for the attractions can get too long, so it is better that you finish popular jobs like pilot and doctor early on.

Safety of the Kids

The kids are allowed into the Kidzania park only if they are accompanied by adults. However, The adults (14+) aren’t permitted to enter the miniature office buildings. Nevertheless, You can watch your kids experience job activities through the windows in those offices. You can be relaxed about their safety as there are supervisors at the centre who look over them. Also, you can also keep track of the course of your kids with the electronic tracking bracelet. This prohibits them from leaving the centre without their parents being aware.

After a long and tiring day of work, the kids will be exhausted. For the rescue, you will have a line of restaurants available inside the park where you can reward your kids for their works. The Kidzania Park in Kuala Lumpur is a great place to visit with their kids on your trip to Malaysia. Visit the Pickyourtrail website and customize your International tour packages.

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