What Did They Say?
Latest Reviews Gathered, Unfiltered.
Museum of Royal Malaysian Customs Department
Lennox Cheok3 years ago
"Nicely maintained museum for a short walk and view. Many items displayed showing Melacca was once an important port for trading. It's free entry and air conditioned. On a rainy day or hot afternoon, the kiddos might also enjoy their stroll in the museum.
It's interesting to find out how people smuggle things through Malaysian custom and the precious goods trying to smuggle through Malaysian custom.
It's also interesting to find out the wages for the custom officers during colonial time.
Good work to the Malaysian Marine Department!" View
Bolder Ventures Climbing Gym
Aina Zulkiflia year ago
"This gym can cater all climber of any categories. It can be from a young kid beginner to elite climbing athletes. The community is supportive but when your climbing is wrong they will advise. You can gain strength and technique from variety of routes. From V0 till V12. If you are a first time climber, it is best to go with guide package but if you are a regular climber, you don’t need to worry about what route to climb on the wall because they set color coded route. They also have the beastmaker hang board if you plan to do physical/power training. Overall, even though it is a small gym but you definitely can go from just having fun to hardcore training for competition." View
Lata Hammer (Perting) Waterfall
smhan3 years ago
"Excellent trip! Easy trail - great for first time or new hikers. 40 min walk on dirt road. The only difficult part is the absail/climb to reach the waterfall pool area from the main hiking trail.
As advised in various blogs - strong currents near the waterfall. Very deep water. We were able to swim right up next to it (with effort!) but there hadn't been rain for days so the current was bearable. Advised against swimming unless you have reliable company and/or rescue equipment such as a throw rope.
Unfortunately still traces of rubbish left by the campsites. Really hope visitors will take back 100% of their trash with them to keep it clean and healthy." View
Lata Hammer (Perting) Waterfall
Min4 years ago
"Track wasnt that far or difficult, about 90 minutes can get there, the last one is very steep tho, and also the part where you have to cross the wood log to get to the campsite. Overall, its a nice day out, well spent with friends and family, careful there is also wood logs inside the lagoon, and as u go further it gets very deep, bring life jacket if you have one, safer to swim near the waterfall that way. A changing room and a toilet available at far upright side, quite clean too. So keep your trashes with you, u come with you so please go with it." View
Asia Comic Cultural Museum
Ethel Khoo2 years ago
"Wonderful place to bring your kids or enjoy on your own. The kids marvelled at the common comic figures they read about in comic and kept themselves entertained by finding the stamps for the passport. The entrance fee is not expensive and time worth spending. Hard to find time to read the history with two kids tagging along, more knowledge would be gained otherwise. Try it out! At the time of visit, the adult pass is RM15, student pass is RM10. Children below 6 is free, yet they still give a passport stamp for participation." View
Taman Tasik Seri Aman Public Park
Zulkifli Hashim2 years ago
"Imagine having savoury dishes with unique names such as "marijuana rice" and "fried peacock bass" beside a small yet scenic lake in a peaceful village! I didn't know Greater KL had such a uniquely quaint place. Don't worry about the strange-sounding dishes -- there are no marijuana/cannabis leaves or imported peacock bass or whatsoever in the ingredients. Regarding the small lake, it's natural, nostalgic and a bit historic: tragedy struck some tin-mine workers in the 1970s and there was a huge crocodile inhabiting it in the 1990s -- it's a good thing we can still see the preserved croc at the Melaka Zoo." View
Toy Museum Melaka
Raji Dikiyu4 years ago
"I have 3 X coupons for kids, when I go to ticket counter for redemption the guy said for adults need to purchase tickets and I agreed but then he said 1 kid must accompanied by 1 adult. I got 3 kids and the guy said need 1 more adult. ??? Husband and wife not enough and need one more person? How to find another adult??? He said if buy normal ticket for one more kid it's will fine. The ticket price is 25 per adult and 20 for kid. Than I buy the ticket. price is not worth for the museum. I strongly recommend to management to take a look on the policy." View
Star Light Kids
Dr. Adam Ho4 years ago
"Not worth the money. The kids may enjoy running around the place but there are many other places in KL with better facilities and better hosts. The place is actually quite cramped and the dark lighting makes it even more suffocating. The ball-drop feature was constantly jammed and they actually left a wooden stick there for us to un-jam it ourselves. Imagine that. A long wooden stick left out there for any kid to use and injure themselves. The Malay woman in charge was thin-lipped and lorded over everyone. Such a spoiler. The other staff, all young women, were okay but some of them could barely speak English. All in all, I'll never come again and I would not recommend it to anyone else." View