KidZania Kuala Lumpur is an interactive edutainment centre where children can experience the world of adults. The children will be exposed to a real life working situation just like the grown ups go through every day.
Kidzania is not a theme park that offers rides or arcade games as its main attractions, instead the children are served with various role-playing activities specifically designed to aid their physical and intellectual growth.
There are 59 different establishments altogether in Kidzania. Some of them are a hospital, an airplane cockpit, a newspaper company, an airport, a fire station, a beauty salon, a bank, a radio station, a TV studio, a theatre, a milk factory and many more.
They can choose over 90 different professions like a surgeon, a firefighter, a journalist, a make up artist, a radio deejay, a mechanic, a model, a doctor, a sushi maker or a fast food restaurant worker. They will be spoilt for choice.
The job usually lasted for 20 minutes each. The best part is, they will get paid after the job is done. The money earned is the currency called kidZos. KidZo is useful for the children. They can pay for certain courses or buy merchandises at the outlets within KidZania Kuala Lumpur with kidZos.
Kidzania is accessible by public transportation. The nearest station is Mutiara Damansara MRT Station.
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Sunday, Tuesday – Monday: 10.00 a.m – 5.00 p.m
Saturday/Public Holiday: 10.00 a.m -7.00 p.m
Online: RM 40.50
Walk in: RM 45.00
Age 0 – 1: free
Age 2 – 3
Online: RM 36.90
Walk in: RM 41.00
Ages 4 – 17
Online: RM 76.50
Walk in: RM 85.00
OKU: RM 34.00
Online: RM 30.60
Walk in: RM 34.00
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While kids have fun at KidZania, they are also learning socialization skills, cooperation, and respect. Their creativity shines, they learn independence, they develop decision-making skills and participate with their community – all the skills they need to succeed as adults.
In KidZania, it isn’t all about earning money. Kids will also be able to spend their kidZos on goods and services, like attending courses or workshops. There are magic lessons, cooking classes, sushi-making lessons and many more for the kids to choose to pay for and learn.
The best part about KidZania is that the children are encouraged and supported to be independent. They must communicate directly with staff and are given responsibility to perform tasks – often surprising themselves with their success – and earning money for their effort.