No one loves holidays as much as we Malaysians do. I mean, just think about how many public holidays we have in a year in comparison to other countries! In fact, we love holidays so much that we even look forward to school holidays as adults. Well, if you’re someone who relates to this, let us know in the comments below what are some other things you like most about the Cuti Sekolah period, aside from the ones in this list.
1. Not being woken up by school buses honking early in the morningHere’s a PSA to all Malaysian parents: please for the love of all things good and sacred, have your kids out the door as soon as the school bus arrives. I mean, I’m sure most of you work a 9-to-5 job too and know the importance of (good) sleep to get you through a hectic day at the office.
2. Being able to go out for lunch without worrying about the after-school crowdSeeing that most schools end during lunchtime, most eateries would usually be packed with families. This can be pretty be frustrating at times as we would usually have to wait for a seat or do what most working Malaysians eventually end up doing— tapau and eat in our office’s pantry.
3. Amazing trafficOH, THE JOY! If you’ve ever wondered why a colleague is extra cheerful during the school holiday period, chances are it’s because they didn’t have to deal with the extremely mafan congestion on the LDP or federal highway on their way to AND BACK from work!
4. Not having your house entrance blocked by other parents waiting to pick their kidsIf you live near a school, you’d know! 😤 😤 😤
5. Spending quality time with the whole familySchool holidays are also a great time for families to rekindle their familial bond by going on vacations. What’s more, you can also get your kids to spend quality time with their grandparents by planning intimate get-togethers like a BBQ.
6. Discounts, promos and activities planned for kidsIf you have a kid of your own, one thing that would surely be on your mind come every school holiday is where to bring the family. Thankfully, this is also a time where most theme parks offer discounts and promos for activities planned for kids. Well, if you’re in need of a little inspiration this school holiday, then you should include Sunway Lost World of Tambun into your list.
From 23rd to 31st March 2019, pirates are docking up on the shores of Sunway Lost World of Tambun theme park looking to excite everyone by taking visitors on a fun-filled pirate adventure.
Here’s what you and your kids can expect:
- Get rewarded with a mystery treasure by taking part in the Pirates Station Games as they go around uncovering hidden treasures buried across the theme park.
- Fulfil their dreams of being a pirate or mermaid when they join The Lost Pirates at Palm Island.
- Learn a few new pirate phrases as they are taught how to make their own pirate hat from The Lost Pirates crew.
- Beautify your Instagram page with family photos of The Lost Pirates roaming around the park.
- Join The Lost Pirates at Jungle Wave Bay to boost their mood at the Amazing Pool Party or let them go head to head with the crew in a friendly water gun fight.
- All this and so much more!
There are even exciting promos and discounts which include:
- Pre-book a Gua Anak Datok excursion online for an additional RM100 (for 2 adults & 2 children) only when you purchase your Glamping stay.
- LWOT and Gua Anak Datok entrance tickets for only RM400 (previously RM464) for 2 adults and 2 children.
In addition, visitors should also keep their eyes peeled for a pirate surprise as well as a special appearance by real live, beautiful mermaids on the 28th of March only. So if you’ve always dreamt of meeting pirates or Little Mermaid in real life, here’s your chance to do just that and maybe even snap a photo or two with them! Oh! We also heard that there’s an exciting new ‘Malayana fortress’ water park already in the works!
Piqued your interest yet? Well, if you haven’t been there before, you know what to do! After all, Sunway Lost World of Tambun is more than just a theme park, it’s a destination; hence, you can rest assured you’ll have the most memorable time here with your family!
Considering planning a trip there soon? Find out more about this exciting destination here!
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