We booked our tickets online (to avoid disappointment, it’s advisable to book on line), the best time slot of course it’s 1st thing in the morning, but we had something on and got the 1:30pm slot instead.
We collected our tickets at the entrance of the Malaysia Agricultural Park (you still need to pay the RM3 entrance ticket to the park, since SkyTrex is located inside), and then took the shuttle to SkyTrex.
The first thing they got us to do is to sign some disclaimer forms. o.O”
SkyTrex Adventure Name Tags for Crew
Then we were sent tp get our safety harness, where the crews put on for us, and for the children, they actually lift them up to see how secure the harness has been fastened on them.
We had to go through some basic training, and being taught which is a carabiner, which is a pulley, how to use them, how to read the sign on each adventure to know when to use a pulley and when to use a carabiner etc etc.
Then we have to try out what we’d learnt on the training trail.
Zaria was first to go on the training trail.
And trying out her carabiner.
After that, it was time for us to go on the adventure challenges ourselves. We were given 2hrs to do as many adventure challenges within Little Adventure.
Although whatever we do are pretty safe due to the harness, some of the challenges are quite scary, like walking on wobbly rope which is suspended from tall trees etc.
And for Zaria, we always have to be close by as some of the supporting ‘railing’ and ropes are too high for her to grab on to.
The girls favourite? All the flying fox challenges, although it seemed quite frightening in the beginning.
When they got the hang of it, all they wanted to was to go on the flying foxes.
It was FUN! And I’m sure we’re going back again!
P.S. Rate for Little Adventure is RM 35.00 per session of 2hrs. For other courses, the min height is 140cm.