Picking up where I left off from our Hello Kitty adventure in JB a few months back – we also made a visit to The Little Big Club. It TOTALLY makes sense to also pay TLBC a visit esp when it’s located one floor above Hello Kitty. Of course, parents will only boys would probably see fit in visiting TLBC alone and not together with Hello Kitty.
The warm welcoming sign.
Not sure if it’s just me, but TLBC screams BOY because besides being almost blue everywhere, they cater mostly for boy cartoon shows. But it’s still worth a visit esp since they have awesome kiddie rides for the little one.
That place is further split into two levels – first floor for Meet & Greet of the characters while the second floor is where the fun stuff is.
Naturally we proceeded to the second floor first And I cannot emphasize how awesome it is to go there on a working weekday because there wasn’t a single line for the rides and we went on it a few times maximizing what we paid for our tickets.
Thomas The Train ride….just a simple circling the train track ride, went on it twice regardless.
There’s also a bumper car ride for the kids – too bad Sairah is too young for this.
Bus ride shot taken from our Ferris Wheel ride.
Naturally the little one was very keen so we ended up in the bus ride
The view from our bus going up and down. I’m super impressed with Sairah too that despite the ride going a little fast, she was soo happy and wanted to go again. I have a lil thrill seeker here who loves such rides and I”m 100% convinced she got it from her mama
It almost looks like a Hollywood set don’t you think?
Her absolute favorite was this helicopter ride (I serious believe they have other proper names for each ride but I didn’t bother paying attention), and we went on this not once, not twice but about THREE freaking times all so we could see a smile on her face.
Buckle up…safety first!
Captain Sairah ready to steer us away to greater heights.
Are we ready to take off Mummy? Good, suck in your tummies please, we’re about to take off and I need this ride to be as light as possible!
Do check out the video here, and yes I know, I sound a little too excited in it but what the heck, there’s a kid in all of us
Cheeky kiss for Daddy so she could play longer on the second floor.
Madam walking towards the mini Ferris Wheel ride.
Up up up and away we go…
Lost anneh waiting for God’s knows what.
After getting our money’s worth, we proceeded to the lower level.
Angelina Ballerina room…
I LOVE how there are ballerina costumes provided for the kiddies to dress into and jump on stage. But I cannot imagine how chaotic this place will be when it’s peak season with every kid screaming their head off wanting to get into that outfit.
WTF is this overly-pink shiatz? Quite frankly, I think she would have been more happier on the second floor me think.
Isn’t this the cutest sight with all the other ballerinas in pink? Every girl was doing their own thing yo!
Ok mom, take it off, I dance freestyle damnit and not ballet.
Meet & Greet session in progress. Naturally the entire room was filled with GIRLS and more girls!
Bob The Builder.
PINGU! Was one of my favorite place too coz they had like a mini game room.
Aight kiddo, show me what you got!
And Mommy scoreeees!!! Such a bad-mommy moment I swear – my poor baby looks so confused but whatever I WON
I know whack-a-mole but whack-a-Pingu?? Hmm..but regardless, if you look at Sairah’s points, they seem to be higher than her dad’s…so am not sure if my 2 year old plays like her 35 year old father or if her 35 year old father plays like a 2 year old. You decide!
And of course, one of her absolute favorite and as she calls all play centers - ’Jungle Gym’. And technically she’s right, it can be get very jungle-y in these play centres sometimes with certain type of kids around.
After spending a good 3 hours we finally made our way to Johor Premium Outlet just to look see.
We were SUPER impressed by the layout coz it seriously reminded us of the outlet stores you see in the States.
Except, when I went to the outlet store in Vegas, I managed to get some Calvin Klein bra for a mere USD5!! I tried to see if my RM15 could get me anything here but NOPE. I didn’t find the prices here particular cheap and neither did any of the brands/item on sale were appealing so I only went home with a bottle of Purelogy shampoo for half price
Hubby on the other hand did some shopping for jeans.
We also drove into Singapore for a day trip the next day after our Hello Kitty / TLBC adventure.
Lunch break with our Diva Baby – am too cool for Singapore y’all. And to be honest, I didn’t find Singapore particular exciting – it somehow didn’t appeal to me no matter how many people have raved highly about the shopping and Singapore itself. I do give props however for being a clean city.
@ Orchard Road. Singlish is not a very sexy language when spoken too loud esp when wearing skimpy clothes. Then again neither is manglish but whatever la brader, I”m bias, heh.
We were SO thankful she sat quietly on her stroller which we’ve not brought out in the past one year okie!
Oh lookie, me feeling like a baby again! My baby has grown so much I tell you.
One day one day that will be ours. But yea we were glad to be out of Singapore after a few hours.
Saying bye to our trip to down south!
And yea this is what the car looked like the entire time – filled with baby toys/books/diaper bag, anything and everything so that she would stay put for our 5 hour drive.
But overall, it was a good relaxing holiday despite the long journey. I’m not a huge fan of travelling long distance by car but for the sake of Hello Kitty and The Little Big Club visit for my precious Sairah – this momma sucked it in and went with the flow and I highly recommend both these places if you have a toddler. They will love you for it and talk about this trip for months!