Fun indoor edutainment and adventure play spots in the Klang Valley to check out


Experience Malaysia’s first Powder Bomb Battle at Bomb Battle Elite. — Photos: GISELE SOO/The Star

The school holidays are on and if you’re looking for fun and safe things to do with the kids, you can check out this new indoor attraction in Petaling Jaya, Selangor that’s about to blow up ... not literally, of course.

The Bomb Battle Elite at Atria Shopping Gallery features four interactive games that participants can play in pairs or teams: Paint Bomb Mission, Powder Bomb Mission, Versus Arena and The Greatest Lava. All these games have various levels of difficulty.

The Greatest Lava is inspired by the game “floor is lava”, where players are required to navigate through the 500 “lava tiles” on the floor, and avoid stepping on those that are potentially “dangerous”. When you successfully avoid the tiles, you collect points.

Meanwhile, Powder Bomb Mission is a 75-minute challenge that involves ... colourful powder. This is similar to a paint bomb challenge, and just as fun, too. A face mask and T-shirt will be given to each player so you won’t have to worry about getting dirty in your own clothes.

Bomb Battle Elite is a new indoor adventure play attraction in Petaling Jaya.Bomb Battle Elite is a new indoor adventure play attraction in Petaling Jaya.

Datin Sheehan Tee, CEO and founder of Mission Group which operates Bomb Battle Elite, says during a press conference, “The team has worked tirelessly to take immersive game experiences to new heights for Malaysia’s fun enthusiasts. With a bigger space and four exhilarating game experiences, we are confident that this attraction will redefine family and group outings to a whole new level.”

The company’s first outlet – Bomb Battle – was launched at Berjaya Times Square’s indoor theme park in Kuala Lumpur in May last year.

This attraction is open to all adults and teenages; children aged seven to 11 can also join in the fun but they must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.

For those looking for fun indoor activities to do with their friends or family around the Klang Valley, the choices are endless. Here are some of the places you can check out.

District 21 offers a variety of obstacle course games for players. — FilepicDistrict 21 offers a variety of obstacle course games for players. — Filepic

District 21

Located at IOI City Mall in Putrajaya, District 21 was opened in late 2014. This indoor adventure theme park features a series of obstacle courses for both the little ones as well as the young at heart.

From Trampoline, Tubby Ride, Free Fall to Roller Glider and Ninja Course, there are over eight games for players to experience here.

Unleash your physical prowess on the Ninja Course, or conquer your fear of heights as you “plunge” down 9m high on Free Fall. Kids above 120cm can participate in this game.

The Tubby Ride is equally exciting as it takes visitors down a 44m-long colourful slide.

For more adrenaline rush, try the Roller Glider – both a zip line and coaster – which allows you to experience the twists and turns at an exhilarating speed.

Aside from District 21, visitors can also check out IOI City Farm to get up close and personal with some cute, furry animals.

Getting there:

IOI City Mall

Lebuh IRC, IOI Resort,

62502 Putrajaya

Opening hours: Noon-8pm (10am-8pm on weekends)

Breakout has over 16-themed escape rooms for players to try. — Breakout/FacebookBreakout has over 16-themed escape rooms for players to try. — Breakout/Facebook

Breakout

Do you enjoy solving puzzles? Test your puzzle-solving skills at Breakout. There are over 16-themed “escape rooms” featuring gripping and entertaining storylines, to tease your brain.

Participants will be “locked” in a themed room and presented with a riddle. In order to break out of the room, players have to find clues and solve the mystery. Some scenarios even involve role playing!

Each game will take approximately an hour to complete. The games are not only mentally challenging, but also physically fun.

For instance, in the mysterious Chamber Of Hocus, a magic-themed room, players need to “capture” Mr Hocus, a wicked magician who steals from the rich. This is the only way for players to break free from the room.

There are three official Breakout outlets in Malaysia. Each outlet will have at least one room that’s unique to the place.

Getting there:

Breakout Avenue KJalan Ampang, Kampung Baru,

50450 Kuala Lumpur

Breakout NU SentralL4-09A, Level 4,

NU Sentral, Sambanthan,

201, Jalan Tun Sambanthan,

50470 Kuala Lumpur

Breakout Melaka

Level 2, The Shore Shopping Gallery

Jalan Persisiran Bunga Raya

Kampung Bunga Paya Pantai,

75100 Melaka

Opening hours (all outlets): 10am-10pm, daily

Pedal Car Track is one of the many popular games at SuperPark. — SuperPark/FacebookPedal Car Track is one of the many popular games at SuperPark. — SuperPark/Facebook

SuperPark Malaysia

Another attraction at Avenue K is SuperPark, an all-in-one indoor playground, that is home to some 20 activities for visitors of all ages.

Among the games are the Pedal Car Track, Tube Slide, Augmented Climbing Wall and flying fox, as well as football.

You can zoom along the winding track on the Pedal Car Track, or go on a Tube Slide with your kids (they must be taller than 100cm) or friends at the park. Children can get a taste of rock climbing via its Augmented Climbing Wall too.

Group activities like indoor football, which are perfect for team building, are available here too.

Getting there:

Unit 4-1, L4, Avenue K,

156, Jalan Ampang, Kampung Baru,

50450 Kuala Lumpur

Opening hours: 10am-7.30pm daily

Jump Street Asia is one of the biggest trampoline parks in the country. — Jump Street Asia/FacebookJump Street Asia is one of the biggest trampoline parks in the country. — Jump Street Asia/Facebook

Jump Street Asia

Jump Street Asia, as its name suggests, is a jumping arena. The indoor trampoline park lets visitors enjoy the freedom of jumping and bouncing around without a care in the world.

If it’s your first visit (or first time on a trampoline), head to the Main Court to warm up and learn the basics. This is a great place to test your reflexes and strength.

Besides the big trampolines, jumping enthusiasts can also explore other exciting activities that the park offers, such as dodgeball, soccer and zipline. The varied attractions make it a fun space for group outings – whether it be with friends or families.

Getting there:

8A, Jalan 16/6, Seksyen 13,

46200 Petaling Jaya,

Selangor

Opening hours: 10am-6.30pm, closed on Mondays

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