Malaysia vacation with children on the west coast

A Malaysia vacation with children is possible without any problems, the Malaysians are very fond of children and so there are a variety of activities here that will not let boredom arise. But just as important is the right choice of a child and family-friendly hotels, I also have a few recommendations for you. Come on a special Malaysia tour along the west coast.

Malaysia vacation tips for families – capital of Malaysia

The The capital of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur and the Kuala Lumpur sights alone are worth a visit. Petronas Towers – The architecture delights the adults and the KLCC Shopping Mall is a great place to stroll.

Afterwards you should take a walk through the KLCC Park. The well-equipped playground and the huge paddling pool with waterfall in the back of the KLCC park offer lots of fun for kids.

Malaysia tip: You can eat cheaply and well with the whole family in the two food courts in the KLCC Mall from 5RM.

Malaysia hotel tip: "The Westin" is very centrally located on Bukit Bintag in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and the prices are quite affordable. Particularly good for families, the Westin Kids Club for children between 2 and 12 years, but also an individual babysitting service is part of the offer. That gives the stressed parents chance sometimes being undisturbed for a while. The Westin also offers special children’s menus and up to two children per family eat here for free.

Cosmos World – Malaysia’s largest indoor theme park on the 9th floor of the Times Square shopping mall in the center of Kaula Lumpur near the main shopping street Bukit Bintang. The little ones love the bumper cars and carousels and the bigger ones love the roller coaster.

National Science Center: With practical scientific experiments, a dinosaur exhibit, optical illusions and even a walk on the moon, you can create little Einstein here. The center also houses Malaysia’s first freshwater aquarium with 32 species of freshwater fish. Address: Science Center Persiaran Bukit Kiara Bukit Damansara, Bukit Kiara, 50662 Kuala Lumpur. Open daily (except Friday) from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., admission depending on age 3 to 10 RM.

Sunway Lagoon – Many like to spend the hot Malaysian days in the water parks. The popular Sunway Lagoon is just 15 minutes from the center of Kuala Lumpur. Here you can have fun in the waters of Africa or the rapids of the Grand Canyon, or on a dry rollercoaster ride.

Mines Wonderland – Is like a colorful fair with rides, mini golf, fountains and lakes and toy train rides. Well suited for cooling off, the ice sculptures with miniatures of many sights.

in the Lake Gardens never gets bored.

Lake Gardens – Family vacation in Kuala Lumpur? Lake Gardens (also known as Perdana Lake Gardens) for children: great playground or rent a boat. There is a large, well-designed playground in the park itself and boating on the lake is great fun at the weekends. But Lake Gardens has more to offer children and families: the KL Bird Park – the largest accessible free-flight aviary in the world, or the Butterfly Garden. Deer Park is popular with children, you can buy food and feed and stroke the deer and deer. Recently there is even a replica of the English Stonehenge.

KidZania is a modern indoor entertainment and educational park for children aged 4 to 14. Here children can experience a real simulation of the working world, where they can work as a firefighter, cook, lawyer, painter or even as a magician. Admission prices between 46 and 95 RM depending on age. Address: KidZania Kuala Lumpur, Curve NX, 18 Jalan PJU 7/5, Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya

It’s about a 1 1/2 hour drive from KL Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary, a sanctuary for elephants. Children of all ages love to ride the elephant and splash with them (under supervision) in the river. You should have everything for a ‘Malaysia vacation picnic’ with you, because there are no restaurants. Don’t forget to take a towel and change of clothes with you.

Everyone likes Langkawi

Langkawi offers the best family hotel in Malaysia with children: Four Seasons Resort Langkawi. Here not only the parents but also the kids get their money’s worth.

  • There are bathrobes suitable for children
  • Juice before bed
  • special children’s menu
  • Children’s toilet seats and high chairs
  • Babysitting
  • the Kids For All Seasons Club with all kinds of activities from morning hikes to language courses to children’s yoga

Children up to the age of 18 are accommodated in the parents’ villa pavilion at no additional cost. They have their own garden to play in and a private pool. The view of the azure sea and the white beach is pure relaxation.

Ideal for children "Family-Beach Houses" Four Seasons Resort Langkawi

Langkawi Cable Car – A brilliant idea and fun for the whole family – from young to old – the Langkawi cable car takes you up to Mat Cincang in 15 minutes, where you have the best view of the island and its idyllic Langkawi beaches. You can get off halfway up and go over the suspension bridge to the viewing platform.

Underwater World Island Aquarium – The Island Aquarium Underwater World Langkawi is not the biggest, but it is a pleasant way to spend a few hours away from the beach. The penguins are particularly popular with kids.

Fast track speed zone – Ideal for fathers and sons and everyone who loves speed on a Malaysia vacation. The open air go-kart track offers 1,000 meters full of hairpin bends and some good straight stretches to turn up the pace. Full protective equipment is provided. There are two go-kart versions, a fun one for the younger ones and the fast pro Yamaha.

Kilim Nature Park – Take a boat trip through the mangrove landscape. In between there is a stop in the bat cave of Gua Kelawar and then the fish are fed in the fish farm. Usually an eagle feeding is part of the program, it is beautiful to see the free-flying majestic eagles catching the pieces of food, but unfortunately this is anything but species-appropriate.

Vacation with toddler or teens – the activities on Penang

Hotel tip on Penang: The Hard Rock Hotel Penang where the action never ends. The renovated hotel is located on the northern Batu Ferringhi beach. Here you will find one of the largest free-form pools (2,400 m²) in the world – complete with sand, islands and slides. In the Lil ‘Rock Kids Club you take care of the 3 to 12 year olds in the Teen Club, teenagers from 13 to 18 find entertainment.

Orang Utan Island – The island is different from the usual zoo – on the Orang Utan Island, previously captive great apes are prepared for life in the wild.

A ride on the Cog railway on Penang Hill is something for big and small.

Penang Toy Museum – Near Copthorne Orchid Hotel in Tanjung Bunga.

Imagine a small house filled with toys from floor to ceiling. From Barbie to StarWars superheroes. There are sure to be your favorites from the past.

Fort Cornwallis – Let your imagination run wild, here you can play pirates during your Malaysia vacation, cannons, artillery, bunkers and prison offer the ideal backdrop. There is also a small ice cream parlor and a playground in front of the fortress. Come early in the day, there is little shade here.

Adventure Zone – in the Golden Sands Hotel in Batu Ferringhi, Climbing frames and giant slides are fun for all children, but adults can also play here. Don’t forget socks here.

Our Malaysia vacation tour on the west coast ends in Melaka, Malacca:

Here you can experience lively market activity, charming oriental buildings alongside colonial chic and original nature.

Melaka River Cruise – Especially recommended in the evening when everything along the river is colorfully illuminated.

Rickshaw ride – A city tour with the colorful rickshaws is less strenuous than on foot and will delight the children.

A Famosa Water World – The largest water theme park in Malaysia has something for everyone, from the high-speed slides to the Arab village for children’s adventure playground pool.

Taman Botani – A ride with the electrically powered buggies through the botanical garden is fun for the whole family.

Taman Mini Malaysia & Mini Asean – A large open air museum in Ayer Keroh with typical houses from all Malaysian states and some Asian countries.

Mini Malaysia is the most interesting for kids, all houses can be visited freely, the houses that can be reached via a ladder are particularly popular.

Crocodile Farm – in Ayer Keroh. With an area of ​​3.2 hectares, one of the largest crocodile farms in Malaysia, it is home to more than 100 crocodiles of various species.

At a Holidays in Malaysia take into account the holidays and school holidays. The current dates can be found here: Malaysia Holidays & School holidays 2019. Go on vacation in Malaysia, as you can see, Malaysia vacation with children is something for all ages.


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