Our ex neighbour who’s relocated came back to Malaysia for a holiday in April. Their eldest daughter CY is one of Zara’s best friend before they relocated, so Zara was really looking forward to meet CY again. A play date was arranged for the girls so that they can spend some time having fun together.
For 2 adults and 3 children, the ticket came to RM35.
Except for the wait to take the dark ride into Petrosains, there was very little wait time for each of the exhibit. The girls have a good time, and we just have to do some explanation here and there.
Photos of the trip.
Re-adjusting tubes to see how a ball rolled when dropped from top to bottom
Trying to catch the hologram car
Robot Football – see who can score a goal first
Interactive image – trying to catch a butterfly on their shoulders/hands
Interactive image – sand flowing down
Interactive image – dancing to form designs
Hurricane simulator – only Zaria and I dared step in
Zaria trying to spot a
Can’t recall what these were for
This is probably the girls’ favourite, each one getting a cannon of spray, and trying to create an imagine with all the virtual squirting
After Petrosains, we had late lunch, did a bit of shopping at KLCC, then since CY’s dad didn’t mind CY having dinner with us, we proceeded more play time at KLCC Park.
Zaria has strong arms and she can cross the monkey bar all by herself
It was a fun day for the girls. Zara will be looking forward to CY’s return next year.
The 2 BFFs walking back to KLCC