What Did They Say?
Latest Reviews Gathered, Unfiltered.
Kok Foong Chooin the last week
"Much has been said about how pretty this park is, and if you are into running, it's nice that each lap around the lake gives you 1km+ worth of mileage. Runners would like that kind of approximation.
It also offers a variety of settings to fit your running appetite. If you want just a flat route, around the lake is nice. An uphill burst? There's one for approx. 500m when you follow the trail and keep to the left, after entering. A roller coaster 🎢 run is also available right after the uphill burst. But too bad the suspended bridge is broken at the time of writing and it's not possible to complete a full loop.
Trail run is also on offer, though that's not my cup of tea. In short, a runner's paradise. Opens 7am-7pm. Enjoy!" View
Denai Alam Recreational and Riding Club (DARC)
Jack Limin the last week
"The compound is poorly maintained and rundown. Due to minor physical disability, ask the staff if can still take riding course. Instead, he said can just ride 2 loops with a trainer around and PAY RM10 FOR IT. Think people that STUPID enough to waste the time and money.
The reason i come all the way here is TO TAKE A PROPER HORSE RIDING LESSON!!! Not 2 loops for RM10
With such poor guest turn up on weekends, wander how they make money and feed the horses. They probably spend more food for themselves where they have buffet in the cafeteria area. Also, staff dont follow sop not wearing masks" View
Bukit Merah Orang Utan Island
Bruce Poonin the last week
"The conservation is amazing. You get to go very close to the orang-utans. Even with the fence in-between, it was a wonderful experience. The tour begins with a 15 min boat ride to the island, followed by a ~30min tour. We were told whether the orang-utans were engaging depending on their moods of the day. But we were lucky enough to see 5 of the 17 (?)orang-utans on the island. Three of them got up close and person with us. The mom was in a foul moon and she even spit at my camera when I pointed it too close. Lol. Overall, a fantastic experience. And with COVID in the past couple years, they seems to be in rough shape financially. Please do visit and help them out." View
KidZania Kuala Lumpur
Aliaa Ain the last week
"Your kids will definitely have fun at this place, but it would have been so much better if they actually implement crowd control or limit no of people in at the same time. We went on a weekday, from opening until closing time and still did not manage to do all of the activities due to long queue/waiting time, so I can't imagine how much worse it will be during weekends and school holidays. Entrance is smooth. There's Subway and A&W in there if you get hungry. I get the feeling that they were understaffed during the time we went there, 2 staff at each "job" centres is not efficient to manage the crowd especially for the "hot jobs". I feel sorry for the lone man at the Tea Live manning the kiosk all by himself. Also, if you want to do the A&W job, you have to pay extra real money not the ..." View
Upside Down Museum Penang
Thomas Miskiewiczin the last week
"What a fabulous experience!! The best organised place ever. You enter and get a ticket number. While you’re waiting they playing video with gags. Then you and your family enter the individual rooms and the attendant shows you what to do for the best picture and takes a picture with your phone. So simple, so effective and design med for the best experience for the guest. Zero chaos. Zero waiting for other people who get into the view on your camera. Thank you thank you thank you for creating and running this cool place. We had a lot of fun!" View
Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia
Pietro Marinoin the last week
"I had a wonderful learning experience exploring the many levels and exhibits. I spent the early morning at the Botanical Gardens and was allowed entry 30 minutes early into the museum, which was amazing as I had each exhibit to myself for the first hour or so. Shoutout to the super nice staff for letting me in early as I was completely oblivious to the opening time.
There's around 12 total exhibits, ranging from Textiles, Ceramics, Armour and Weaponry, Woodwork, etc. Each is chock full of amazing artifacts that are clearly well maintained. There's plenty of signage to contextualize these pieces which is much appreciated as some other museums I've been to in the region don't bother to fully build out their exhibits.
If you're by the Botanical Gardens or are looking for ..." View
The Shore Oceanarium
Lisa Ovinisin the last week
"Exciting, colourful and informative. It is located in a mall, second floor. Parking inside was RM1 per hour. We took the the lift to level 3A and walked down one floor using the escalator. My advice would be to take your time exploring by reading about the marine and wildlife animals (snakes, tortoises, frogs etc), play the virtual interactive games, such as fruit ninja, catching fishes etc and take loads of photos at the tunnel/neon lights area/feeding area. Ticket was RM40 per adult, together with a magnet souvenir and 3D glasses for a movie. Staff will ask you to sanitise yourself first before entering the left side to the petting zone (bamboo sharks, starfish, horseshoe crabs and sea urchins). Fish food was RM10 per packet, only to be used at the end before exiting. You will pass by..." View
Kel Gin Limin the last week
"My trip to Sunway Lagoon was a highly enjoyable and fun one.
I would say over 50% of the place requires you to have fun in water, so to truly enjoy Sunway Lagoon, do bring your swimming gear. The water slides are really tall and long, and most importantly, they are highly trilling. There is also a huge artificial beach in the centre of the park, which I highly recommend checking out.
There are also many land attractions, which I recommend going after you are done with the water attractions. The land attractions are very fun as well, with some of them being even more thrilling than the water attractions, due to them forcing you to travel at high speeds from very tall heights.
There is also a small zoo in the park, that houses many animals such as white tigers, ..." View
Chocolate Museum Kuala Lumpur
Yeong Yoongin the last week
"If you’re a chocolate lover, do check out this place. Even if you’re not, it’s a nice place to spend the morning with the children if you run out of ideas where to go. It is in the industrial side of Kota Damansara. The place is run by DR Group with businesses in airport retail. Here, there are tons of information about chocolate, the history of its origins, pioneers in the manufacturing of chocolates and health benefits. Take a stroll, enjoy the exhibits and take some photos. There’s a "chocolate" train which goes off at specific times. The train is fun to watch and the children would love it. At the end, you’ll see a chocolate Petronas Twin Towers. Head to the Chocolate Shop after you finish touring the museum. There is also a Chocolate Kitchen next to the Chocolate Shop where you can..." View
ESCAPE Theme Park, Penang
Luqman Hakim Sharifa week ago
"The best and most amazing theme park I have ever been. There were countless of rides and slides that I didn't able to play all of them. The
The only disappointing part is that you need to queue on every rides especially on the adventure park. Almost every rides need to queue and you cannot get any express pass. By hook or by crook, you need to queue anyway so choose your date wisely. I would definitely go for the base camp on my next visit as I can get two day pass with only RM190.
For the waterpark, it has everything. You don't even need to rent the tube because it is free. If you dare, try banana flip. I think that is the most extreme slide in Escape cause it'll make you fly high in the sky. 😅
Overall, I love it so much. So much love😍
p/s: don't forget..." View