Melaka Alive: Pirate Adventure

Do you like pirate? I like pirates, so Mummy brought me to Melaka Alive: Pirate Adventure. This is the second time I visit Melaka Alive. My first time was in April. Back in April, it was for 5D Bahtera Merdeka performance.

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Bahtera Merdeka is actually a stage kind of ship. It is located in front of Proclamation of Independence. The landmark is the famous Porta de Santiago. You know, the building people usually mistake as the A Famosa.

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Melaka Alive new attraction: Pirate Adventures. Here, you can go up in the ship and play pirate for a day.

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There are a lot of pirates inside the ship and you need to find your way out. It is something like the horror or ghost house, but instead of ghost, there are pirates and monsters in it.

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You will need to walk through the jungle

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And search for treasure. But careful, there is a dungeon here.

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Octopus attack! You need to fight the octopus before you can go out.

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Beat it up! Yeehaaaaa!

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Get rewarded with treasure! It is a really fun place for an adventure.

Below is information for it if you want to go.

Operating hours;

Monday – Thursday: 10am – 7pm
Friday – Sunday and Malaysia Public Holidays: 10am – 9:30pm

GPS N 2.191 261 E 102.250 725


Gotong Royong at Pantai Bagan Lalang

The Ministry of Tourism and Culture (MOTAC) has organized ‘Voluntourism PUSPANITA IM4U at Pantai Bagan Lalang, Sepang, Selangor back in 22th August 2015 and I went with Papa, Mummy and Uncle Koz.

We were brought to visit the Mobile Library, Booths and Exhibition site where Santai Teh Tarik Tourism sessions will be held before heading to the beach.

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Dirty beach before the cleaning process.

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Planting trees at the beach along Avani Sepang Gold Coast

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A group photo of volunteers. How come mummy so bad. Never snap my photos doing work?

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Nice or not? This is after the gotong royong.

Santai Teh Tarik Tourism: Culture and Heritage Tourism

Had some fun with Papa and Mummy at recent event. Santai Teh Tarik Tourism.

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Santai Teh Tarik Tourism: Culture& Heritage Tourism. All things related to traveling.

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Musical performance by school children

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Uncle and auntie from Tourism Malaysia Selangor. I met them many times in a few events Papa and Mummy brought me to.

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Pebble painting.

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Batik painting

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Craft making demo

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Pretty artworks and origami.

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Cupcake making and decorating

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Delicious cupcakes, but did not take any.

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Dodol making in progress.

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Dodol is looks weird here.
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I dare not try.

After the event…we went to the beach and lunch.

Fun at Malaysia International Mask Festival 2015

I love mummy. She always bring me for many fun outings. This one was at a mask festival.

Malaysia International Mask Festival (MIMAF) 2015 was held from August 13-16 at Esplanade Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) Park and hosted by Ministry of Tourism and Culture (Motac) via the National Department for Culture and Arts (JKKN).

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Too far to get close up look of the performance, so we didn’t stay for it.

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Entrance to the mask exhibition.

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Masks for you to try on that night

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Mask making demo session

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Mask making in progress

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Mask colouring process

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A semi complete Jalur Gemilang themed mask

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Strange looking masks on display

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Colourful but freaky

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The many faces mask

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Weird mask from Thailand

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At the Mah Meri Aborigin

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Mummy playing monster here

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Children, trying all sort of masks on

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Nenek Kebayan

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JKKN performers in their full costumes.

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Mummy and I and FoNS (Friends of Negeri Sembilan). We met them at KLCC that night. 🙂 Happy time.

Fun with Chibi Maruko

Some time ago, mummy brought me to this Japanese summer festival in Pavilion KL in conjunction of their Tokyo Street 4th anniversary.

Everything is very cheerful and upbeat.

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Chibi Maruko-chan 🙂

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Fancy Japanese lanterns with summer theme can be seen everywhere in Pavilion.

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Men in Yukata.

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Ladies Yukata. Yukata literally means bathing clothes.

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Celebrating the vibrancy of summer in Pavilion KL

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Preparing for the Japanese Summer dance.

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Mummy and I danced along

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Visit Tokyo Street for ‘Chibi Maruko Chan Land’ where Japanese games such as – wanage, superball fishing and yoyo fishing are available

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Entrance to Chibi Maruko Chan Land

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It was really fun.

Fun with Miles from Tomorrowland

Quite some time ago, Papa and Mummy brought me to Petrosains, The Discovery Centre for the preview of Miles from Tomorrowland by Disney Junior.

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We were treated to 4 exciting episodes of Miles from Tomorrowland.

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For your information, Disney Junior’s “Miles from Tomorrowland,” is an intergalactic adventure series that will blast off  on 17 August at 9am on Disney Junior (Astro Channel 613). 
This brand new program is ideally for kids aged 2-7 and it incorporates unique space and science facts.

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This ‘Superstellar’, intergalactic adventure charts the outer space missions of young adventurer Miles Callisto and his family – mom and ship captain, Phoebe mechanical engineer dad, Leo; tech-savvy big sister, Loretta; and robo-ostrich pet, Merc – as they help connect the universe on behalf of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority. 

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Each of this episodes features two 11-minute action-packed stories as Miles, Merc and the Callisto family explore wondrous and diverse new worlds, taking young viewers and their families on a futuristic journey that fuels kids’ natural interest in space, and at the same time reminding them of the importance of what lies close to home – the family bond.

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This interesting cartoon series was created and executive-produced by Sascha Paladino who has been the story editor and consulting producer for Disney Junior’s “Henry Hugglemonster”; the head writer and producer for Nickelodeon’s “Ni Hao, Kai-Lan”; as well as writer for “Doc McStuffins”, “Team Umizoomi”, “Wonder Pets”, “Winx Club”, “Tickety Toc”, “Blue’s Clues” and ” Sid the Science Kid”

Catch Disney Junior’s “Miles from Tomorrowland,” from the  17 August at 9am on Disney Junior (Astro Channel 613). It will be aired every Monday at 9am.

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Families in Malaysia may also head down to Petrosains, The Discovery Centre at Level 4, Suria KLCC from 1 August 2015 to check out special Miles from Tomorrowland-themed activities.

Shaping a Community with Playdoh

A while ago a parcel came for me. For me? I was very surprised. Usually it will be for Papa or Mummy.

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It is the Playdoh. Complimentary from Playdoh in conjunction of Playdoh month.

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It comes in a party pack. 10 pieces of Playdoh inside. 🙂

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Mummy say I need to create a community with this. So I take some out to make something.

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Tadaaaaa. I made a few of this With Playdoh and some toy sticker and tic tac candy. I make this because I like it very much.

You can make it with Playdoh too. From 21st September till 27th September, you can go spend time with your family and friends to Ground Floor HighStreet, 1 Utama to create your own Malaysia-inspired masterpieces out of Playdoh during school holiday. You will have the chance to participate in The Malaysia Book of Records attempt for the most Playdoh sculptures created in a single day on 26th September (Saturday). Your Playdoh creations will be on display for all Malaysians to admire and the most creative sculptures will win exciting prizes.

If you need more info on this Playdoh month event… go to

Behind The Scene Tour, Genting

I went to Genting for Behind the Scene Tour with Papa and Mummy and blogger friends last Sunday. It is an interactive tour that shows you how some things are operated in Genting. Everyone else takes the bus but since our house is quite near go Genting, my papa drove up instead. When we arrived, we were greeted by a group of Genting staff and Miss Irene, the cute PR lady personally lead us to our first stop, the huge laundry room in First World Hotel.

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First World Laundry

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It is a very hot and uncomfortable place

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We get to see staff hard at work, cleaning dirty clothes and bedsheets by using very big machines.

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Clean clothes, ready to be sent to customers.

Our next stop is : See, Do& Eat Interactive Workshop. Here, participants of the tour were given a chance to make sushi bento or decorate cupcakes or doughnut. Since I don’t like to eat rice, I chose to decorate my own doughnut instead.

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Everyone is busy making their doughnut after being shown how to do if by the chef.

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Doughnut for everyone. It is sliced into two so that you can put filling of your choice onto it.

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Sliced chocolates, for decoration

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I chose strawberries and cream as fillings and toppings.

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I made this. Simple one. I call it Strawberry Attack. It tasted much better than those we buy in bakeries. 🙂

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Miss Irene and friends. They joined in and made their own doughnuts to eat too. They are the kind people who bring us around for the tour and let us have fun in Genting. I think, their doughnuts looks better than mine.

After eating the food that we made, Miss Irene brought us to Genting International Showroom. Here, we were shown how lights and music is managed during shows and concert.

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Sound and light engineer showed us how it is done.

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The stage with lights and music.

It was really a fun and happy visit. Thank you Resort World Genting and Miss Irene and friends for taking us to experience this educational tour. Hope to see all of you soon.