Children’s Activities


If your children are fans of the popular cartoon characters in PJ Masks and Robocar Poli, they are in for a great treat! Not only will they get to meet their favourites like Catboy, Gekko and Owlette, they stand to win prizes and surprises to do with LOL Surprise!, Hello Kitty and so much more at the Sunway Putra Mall this November.

Here’s what to expect at the Surprise Wonderland held at the Sunway Putra Mall’s Main Concourse (Ground Floor) from November 9 – 18th:

1. Meet and Greet the PJ Masks

If you haven’t been able to get the PJ Masks’ song out of your head and your child keeps saying she wants to be Owlette, you know you’ll have to bring them to meet their favourite characters! There will be a Meet & Greet Session with these masked heroes on the 11th of November at 12pm and 2pm, so bring your kids along for some special photographs and a little walkabout.

2. Dance Along With Robocar Poli

It’s time to boogie with the adorable members of the Robocar Rescue team! On the 17th and 18th of November, your children will be able to dance with the characters of Robocar Poli, so come around at 12pm and 2pm for some fun times.  Dancers will guide the children to dance along, so you can take those precious photos of your little dancers.

Robocar Poli Dance. Photo credit: Robocar Poli TV

3. Snap & Win with LOL Surprise

Best of all at the Surprise Wonderland? Just with a simple snap of a photograph, your child stands to win LOL Surprise! goodies they are bound to love. LOL Surprise! won the prestigious Toy of the Year Award from The Toy Association last year and was the Number 1 Toy of 2017 in the US, UK and Canada, so it’s no surprise they are an unboxing favourite.

From the 9th – 16th November, just post a picture of your child with any LOL Surprise! character at the Surprise Wonderland on Instagram.

Hashtag your photos with #lolsurprisespm on your (public) Instagram account, and you may just win the amazing MC Hammy or Eye Spy, along with a Fashion Crush or two. The contest starts from November 9 – 16 (11.59 pm), and the finalist shall be notified on November 17th. Prizes will be given out at the wonderland on November 18th at 12.30 pm.

4. Fun Daily Activities

There will also be plenty of exciting daily activities for families and children at Surprise Wonderland. Children will get to play with sand art, as well as partake in colouring activities there. There will also be 9 x 9 cube puzzles for children to try and solve, an interesting and brain-boosting way to spend their time!

As for adults, there will not only be a dim sum booth for passers-by to subscribe to dim sum (yes you read that right!), but various promotional sales on selected items. If parents are looking for a bargain, they will also get free Tobot Premiums with purchases above RM80 on Tobot items, as well as free Robocar Poli Premiums with purchases above RM80 on Robocar Poli items.

Colourful times with fun sand art.

With so many opportunities for your child to have fun at the Surprise Wonderland, remember to mark these dates down and come over to Sunway Putra Mall in November! For more information, visit their website here.


This is a sponsored post presented by RB Zicon Sdn Bhd.

Let’s face it, keeping our children entertained these days can leave a pretty deep dent on the wallet. We are here to help ease the pain by presenting to you a list of free activities (yes you read it right) for families in the Klang Valley.

You can thank us later moms and dads!

1. Bank Negara Museum and Art Gallery

Who knew finance could be so much fun? This museum is all about Malaysia’s economy and economic history – and everything is entertainingly presented indeed. There are six different galleries filled with interactive exhibitions, fascinating artifacts, and fun games.  End your visit with a little shopping at the gift shop or grab a bite at the cafe.



Opening hours: 10.00am – 6.00pm daily

Address: Sasana Kijang, 2 Jalan Dato’ Onn, 50480, Kuala Lumpur

2. Royal Malaysian Police Museum

Find everything you need to know about our police force! Take your time here as there’s plenty to see and learn; from the history of policing in the country which dates back to the Malaccan Sultanate, the progression of uniforms, mode of transportations and also weapons used. Wander around the museum compound and check out the armoured cars, police plane and boat.

Phone: 03-2272 5689

Opening hours: 10.00am – 6.00pm (Tuesday – Thursday), 10.00am – 12.30pm, 2.30pm – 6.00pm (Friday). Closed on Monday.

Address: 5, Jalan Perdana, Tasik Perdana, 50480, Kuala Lumpur.

3. National Planetarium

Learn about our planet and the universe through interactive displays such as the Space Lab and the Anti Gravity Room. There’s also a section where you can follow the journey of Dato Dr. Sheikh Muszaphar, Malaysia’s first astronaut to outer space. For a small fee, you can catch a 20-minute (space related) movie at the theatre. Unfortunately, several exhibits were out of order during our visit. Hopefully, they will be fixed soon!



Opening hours: 9.00am – 4.30pm, Tuesday – Sunday

Closed on Monday

Address: 53, Jalan Perdana, Tasik Perdana, 50480, Kuala Lumpur

4. Secret Garden, 1 Utama

Are your children feeling overwhelmed by the weekend crowds in 1Utama? Seek refuge in this beautiful garden on the rooftop of the mall. It is a treasure trove of more than 500 species of plants; some with very amusing names like Do-Re-Mi! Free tours are conducted every first weekend of the month, keep a lookout for more info on their Facebook page.



Opening hours: 10.00am – 10.00pm (Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays only)

Address: Rooftop of 1Utama, No 1, Lebuh Bandar Utama, Bandar Utama City Centre, Bandar Utama, 47800, Petaling Jaya.

5. National Textile Museum

The museum showcases colourful textiles from the diverse people of  Malaysia.  Learn about materials such as songket and sari and embellishment methods such as embroidery and beading. There is also a charming display of jewelry and costumes from varying cultures. If you have a son or daughter who is aspiring to be the next Rizalman or even Coco Chanel, this place would be a good source of design inspiration.



Opening hours: 9.00am – 6.00pm daily

Address: 26, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, 50050, Kuala Lumpur

6. Royal Selangor Visitor Centre

Delve into the history behind one of Malaysia’s most well-known brands and uncover the secrets of pewtersmithing. A personal tour guide will accompany you around this awesomely curated centre which is suitable for children of all ages. You will get to see up close how pewter is crafted and even get to try your hand at it. For a fee, you could also make a personalised pewter bowl to take home.



Opening hours: 9.00am – 5.00pm daily

Address: 4, Jalan Usahawan 6, Setapak Jaya, 53300 Kuala Lumpur

7. National Art Gallery

Bring your kids here and ask their interpretations of the artworks displayed. You will be surprised with some very amusing answers! If talking is not their thing, bring out the pen and paper and get them to draw their own masterpiece based on what they see. The gallery rotates its exhibits on a regular basis, so there’s always something new to check out. Visit their website or Facebook page for the latest updates.



Opening hours: 10.00am – 6.00pm daily

Address: No 2, Jalan Temerloh, Off Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur

8. GO KL (Kuala Lumpur City Bus)

Photo credit: GO KL (Kuala Lumpur City Bus)

Hop onto the purple bus for a free ride around Kuala Lumpur’s City Centre! The bus stops at most major tourist attractions in town so the family can easily hop on and off if there’s a location that is of interest. For the comfort of its passengers, all buses come with free WiFi and are designed to be disabled-friendly.  It can get very packed during peak hours so do plan your journey beforehand.



Operation hours: 6.00am – 11.00pm (Monday to Friday), 7.00am – 11.00pm (Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays)

Frequency: Every 10 mins

9. Free Tree Society

Photo credit: Free Tree Society Kuala Lumpur (Facebook page)

This is an environmental NGO that gives out free plants to encourage a love for nature amongst urbanites. Get your family to join their Volunteer  Gardening Sessions where you will help care for the plants and also learn about composting, propagating and so much more. Children will love playing by the pond or in their Fairy Garden; however adult supervision is necessary at all times.



Volunteering hours: 9.30am – 11.30am (Tuesday), and 9.00am – 12.00pm (Saturday)

(Bookings are required via FB Messenger or email: [email protected])

Address: Jalan Limau Purut, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur

10.  Cultural Dance Show at MaTiC (Malaysia Tourism Centre)

Photo credit: Malaysia Tourism Centre (MaTiC)

Play tourist for the day and catch the GO KL bus to MaTiC. Watch this hour-long cultural dance show representing the colourful cultures of  Malaysia. The dancers’ enthusiasm is infectious and their costumes, just beautiful!



Performance hours: 3.00pm – 4.00pm (Monday – Saturday)

Address: Amphitheatre, 109, Jalan Ampang, 50450, Kuala Lumpur


Have plenty of fun, and let us know if you know of any free and cool activities to go to with the family!

By Liyana Taff and Anne Aeria

If your child is a BoBoiBoy and Pokémon fan, you may want to note this down for the upcoming school holidays! Sunway Velocity Mall will have a Monsta Galaxy School Holiday Carnival running from August 17th to the 26th. There will be plenty of time to visit and see the many choices of activities in store for your little one!

Here are some ways the fun Monsta Galaxy School Holiday Carnival will thrill your children:

  • BoBoiBoy & Friends Parade

There will be the very first BoBoiBoy & Friends parade in Malaysia, and this is bound to make fans of the Malaysian animated series happy!

Not only will there be a meet-and-greet with BoBoiBoy, there will also be a parade for all to enjoy!
  • Bunkface

Long standing Malaysian rock band Bunkface also entertained the crowd with a performance last Sunday, August 19, 4pm. Talk about keeping the children busy and getting to indulge in good music too! For those that missed out on this, here’s some pictures to enjoy!

  • Daily Screenings

Children love a good screening, and Sunway Velocity Mall will be having special episode screenings for Pokémon and BoBoiBoy every day. Special episodes are bound to feature meaningful themes, so your child can relax and rest while mama finishes her coffee!

  • Picture Perfect time!

Your child can grab a chance to take a picture with BoBoiBoy & Friends, as well as the ever-lovable Pikachu. Remember to get your camera or phone ready for some pretty adorable photos.

How can you resist taking a photo with the adorable Pikachu?

  • Games, games, games

There will also be arcade games, Pokémon inflatables and giant puzzles on-ground for children to have fun with at any time at the festival!


  • Contests

Let there be some motivations for your child, and what better and easier ones than to enter competitions? In this carnival, kids 6-12 years old can take part in BoBoiBoy colouring contests and also a BoBoiBoy dress-up contest. Exciting BoBoiBoy merchandises are up for grabs, not to mention a chance for your kids to show off their creativity and swagger!

Register for the dress-up contest here, and the colouring contest here.

Let your children colour away in the carnival’s colouring competition.
Watch your children get their swagger on in the dress-up contest!

Parents can sign their children up for the VeloKiddie club to enjoy plenty of benefits.

Don’t miss out on all these exciting happenings this August School Holiday, so see you here at Sunway Velocity Mall!

For more information on Sunway Velocity Mall’s Monsta Galaxy School Holiday Carnival, do visit Sunway Velocity Mall’s Facebook page or the page here.


By Nellie Liang

This is a sponsored post presented by Sunway Velocity Mall.