Venue: Farm in the city, Sri Kembangan
I brought two kids, and tagged together with parents in law to KL earlier this month. Besides shopping, I was planning to bring the kids for a bit of sight seeing. Since we went to zoo negara before, so we won't want to go there again.
End up, we tried farm in the city.
Please don't poop on my head little birdie :p
Aden was kinda terrified by the animals which roam freely there, haha!
Little Toby, on the other hand, was not afraid at all (He is still too young to know la actually xD). He touched and almost squeezed the small chick in the staff's palm!
The farm was a bit smaller than what I have expected... It took us just an hour plus to finish walking the whole place, haha! Actually we din't really explore the place thoroughly cause it was a hot day, both kids cannot tahan with such weather.
Tickets are not that cheap also (RM30++ for adults). But overall, still an experience for all of us ;)
We stayed at brother in law's condo at Damansara, which what we normally do when visiting KL (Can save on hotels... :p). Aden and Toby enjoyed a bit of swimming on the first evening.
We went shopping too.
But it was too much for the kids, see how tired they were? Hahaha!
So we decided to not shopping again :p
To be precise, it was the Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen temple....
We thought the mascots and light displays were still there. Mana tahu, they are available only during festive season, aiseh~~ :( (Lesson learn: Next time must do some homeworks before going to certain place)
It's ok, just treat it as an evening walk
The whole place is very clean and well maintained. Really gave me a peace of mind~
Later than night, everyone were pretty tired already~
Except for little Toby, who was busy exploring the house~
Big kor kor too, very energetic. Here he was taking his daily dose of drugs, with his dont-know-what-to-call pose :p
We took a stroll at The Curve before calling it a night, and leaving back to Taiping the next day
Traveling with kids (even just for a short trip) isn't easy, especially when you are doing it alone without your spouse (Yea hubby was working so he din't tagged along). But there are fun sides also la... And the memories we had, they are always sweet.
But one thing I hate, also is the most tiring part after traveling, you know what?