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The theme park KidZania Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia is a carefully constructed city for children – with buildings, paved streets, vehicles, a functioning economy and recognized destinations in the form of “establishments” sponsored by leading brands.

KidZania offers children and their parents a safe, unique, realistic and educational environment that allows boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 14 to learn how it is to do different professions. In KidZania, where children have a unique opportunity to make their living in a “mini – real life”. In addition to the right facilities outside, KidZania has an excellent location, and it is close to lots of shopping centers.

Lovely KidZania International Airport with Air Asia branding welcomes us. The first thing to do when it comes to Kidzania is cashing checks at CIMB located on the left of the entrance Kidzania. We can check it at the ticket counter Kidzania.

As in the real world, children choose what they want to work for, that is, they choose certain “jobs” and are paid for their work – they can opt to be a firefighter, doctor, police officer, journalist, and merchant. Children also pay if they want Go shopping or have fun. The park offers about 100 role-playing activities. The children work to earn kidZos, KidZania’s own currency, so they can pay for KidZania products and services in the city.

Starting is simple: Children choose a profession, learn about their work, wear a uniform, and are ready to earn and spend kidZos. And have fun!

Children earn kidZos, KidZania’s official currency, with every job they perform. Recognized in every KidZania city in the world, kidZos are used to buy products and services at KidZania. The more children work, the more they earn, and the more they can try.

Personal experience is a powerful learning tool. Through each job and activity, children learn about how society works financial literacy, adult professions, teamwork, independence, self-esteem, and real-life skills. I’m really happy for Reyansh. He is working hard for KidZos, after growing up; he will learn how to earn money. The activities are completely hands-on to provide the most contextual and engaging learning experience.

“Zupervisors” are on hand to present and provide support for each activity. Zupervisors are trained adults who guide and help children do their jobs. KidZania’s attention to professionalism and training has earned him the highest level of trust among parents, educators and community leaders as a place where kids can have fun, the exercise in their independence and be safe.

Role-playing is a universal form of play enjoyed by children around the world. Role-playing is fun – and it has very positive educational, psychological and motivational benefits. Psychologists, educators and game experts are widely consulted to ensure curricular content corresponding to school areas of focus: creativity, critical thinking, communication, trust and collaboration.

By blending reality with entertainment, KidZania delivers an authentic and powerful development experience, preparing kids to understand and manage their world. Children acquire real-life skills, learn how to work and have a career.

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.

Want to experience the ultra-high stimulation, go to the Macau Tower! The Macau Tower located in the administrative region of China, is 338 meters high, ranks eighth highest in Asia and the tenth highest in the world. It is even taller than the Sky Tower in Auckland, the Eiffel Tower in Paris and the AMP Tower in Sydney. It was completed in December 2001 and is now a new tourism landmark in Macau.

The Macau Tower comprises of an observation platform with panoramic views, restaurants, shopping centers, theaters and offers the opportunity of performing the Skywalk, an exciting walk around the outer edge. It has the best views of Macao, and in recent years it has been employed for several adventure activities.

I believe many tourists who visit the Macau Tower will go to the observation deck on the 58th floor to see the scenery. The top level is the 61st floor. This floor is an “Adventure Park” where you can perform Skywalk, Skyjump, and even Bungy Jump.

At 233 meters high, the sky jump and bungee jumping of AJ Hackett from the outer edge of the tower, is the highest commercial “jump” in the world, and the second highest descent facility in the world, behind the Skyjump from the Stratosphere of Las Vegas at 252 meters. In addition to toiling as a lookout and entertainment, it is also used to broadcast radio and television signals.

Compared to Bungy Jump, Skywalk is very relaxing, but it still has to be designated as a safety measure. When the game is in progress, you can’t carry any objects, including mobile phones, cameras, wallets, etc. All of them must be placed in Locker, while glasses can be carried and tied with a rope. After wearing the designated T-shirt, the staff helped us to tie the sash and then walked out of the tower and started a stroll for about half an hour.

The entire Skywalk is mainly based on photographs, and it does not have a lot of exercises. The instructors of the same team also serve as photographers. He teaches each participant to pose for photographs, and some of them can be regarded as difficult actions, such as half-finger outstretched, or the entire body. When you are on the back, you will be a bit embarrassed at first, and you will be left alone!

However, after making a few moves, you will gradually start to grow bolder. In fact, the ropes are tied tightly, so do not be afraid to imagine that you can fly in mid-air. The whole process has no Handrail equipment, walking on the outdoor sightseeing corridor 223 meters away from the ground. If you have some courage and extra money, you can climb a 100-meter outdoor ladder onto the 338-meter-high Macau Tower to feel the world at its feet.

After that, you can enjoy yourself at the 360-degree revolving restaurant on the 60th floor, and the 180-degree air bar on the 59th floor has different landscape features during the day or night, allowing you to view Macao from many angles. In this one of the highest restaurants and bars in Macau holds a perfect romantic atmosphere.

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