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School holidays are great for family bonding and there’s nothing like a bit of travel to shake it all up. The last thing parents would want to hear is their kids complaining that they’re bored. Fret not, here’s our list with enough reasons for you to get out and about either on a day or weekend trip with the kids these school holidays.


1. Night Safari Zoo Taiping

You’ve seen the animals during the day, now it’s time to see what goes down after dark. Just a three-hour drive away from Kuala Lumpur, Zoo Taiping offers Night Safari experience where visitors can choose to do it by foot or mini tram rides. Among animals that can be seen are owls, elephants, deer, otters and flamingos. Part of the enjoyable experience is spotting the variety of animals under the dim lights and also a great way to explore the wild and learn about animal conservation.

2. Tempurung Cave exploration

Tempurung Cave is one of the longest and most popular caves in Peninsular Malaysia located in Gopeng, Perak. The cave, made up of marbles and limestone, were light up and connected with well-built platforms for visitors to explore. Visitors can opt to walk in by foot and come out using the underground river passage that runs through 1.6km. The wet and wild journey together with the sights of natural stalactites and stalagmites is a money-can’t-buy experience. To top it off, the cave is just 1 hour 30mins from Kuala Lumpur.

3. Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary

There’s no better place to get extremely close to endemic Malaysian elephants than at its sanctuary. As part of a conservation effort, children will get the opportunity to learn about these wonderful creatures. Visitors are allowed to feed and ride them through the jungle. Sounds like a good time to gear up your boots and explore this side of the world?

4. Dolphin spotting at Kuala Sepetang

Kuala Sepetang is home to 40,000-hectare Matang Mangrove Forest, which is recognized as the best managed sustainable mangrove ecosystem in the world and a charcoal factory. But its hidden gem is the occasional sights of the Chinese White Dolphin at the edge of the mangrove. The white or pink-skinned intelligent creatures and can be seen swimming alongside boats at the river deltas. Besides dolphin tours, the boat will make a stop at a fishermen village to introduce the island community to visitors. 

5. ESCAPE Adventureplay Theme Park

Penang’s latest digs has rapidly become attraction to adrenaline junkies from all walks of life. Among the major attractions at this outdoor adventure theme park are Tubby Racer, Monkey Business (rope course), Gecko (climbing), Tower, Atan's Leap (powerfan), Zoom Bug (roller racer) and Tots Trail (mini rope course for kids). Doesn't this sound like a fantastic venue to rekindle with your inner tree hugger and adventurous self? Yeah, can’t wait to hope in this adventurous theme park. 

6. Jelita Ostrich Farm

Certified by the Malaysian Book of Records as the first ever ostrich farm in Malaysia, Jelita Ostrich Farm offers educational yet fun session for visitors. From the right way of picking up an ostrich egg, feeding the ostrich and the opportunity to ride an ostrich, an experienced guide will show visitors the ropes. They said a hard strong ostrich egg will not break even a man weighing 100kg standing on it. What a better way to find out if that’s true than to make a visit to this farm located about an hour from Kuala Lumpur?

7. Kuala Selangor Fireflies

Dubbed by many as a must-see spot in Malaysia, visitors can experience the magical sights of fireflies with their sparkling displays. From Kuala Selangor, the boat ride to the trees and bushes with fireflies will take approximately 20 minutes. The view can be savored through naked eyes and also captured with flash-free cameras. The park opens until 10pm.

8. Big Red Strawberry Farm

When Kuala Lumpur feels like an oven, a weekend fix to Cameron Highlands will do wonders. As strawberries grow ideally in cold but dry conditions, the best time to enjoy fresh strawberries is from May until August. Tucked away in the highlands of Pahang, other attractions include the massive tea plantation, bee farm and also the Butterfly Farm. The trip will not be complete without tasting the juicy strawberry grown in the farm. 

9. KILIM Geoforest Park

From afar, it may seem like the whole area is just full of limestone carves but an opportunity to join the eagle feeding session is more thrilling than it sounds. Visitors get to view several types of eagles as close as 10 meters away, allowing sights and sounds of the eagles feasting on the meals. KILIM Geoforest Park is situated in Langkawi Island. Visitors can drive up to Kedah on a 4-hour journey and catch a boat to the wonderful island.

10. Colmar Tropicale

The picturesque view of the French-themed resort at Bukit Tinggi has attracted families to enjoy its surroundings permeated with an air of romance and French culture. The resort stands at 2,700 feet above sea level. For a weekend trip to unwind, visitors can enjoy the beautiful architecture while having a walk at their own pace and enjoy a meaningful conversation with their loved ones. When in luck, they might also be serenaded by some French-clad singers.