5 Family-Friendly Destinations For March School Holidays

1. Genting

When it comes to family fun, Genting Highlands is one of the first few choices that will come to mind. There’s definitely a reason why it’s so popular with families! The breathtaking view from the top of the highlands is enough to keep people coming back for more. For the best view, get on the newly-opened Awana Skyway for an exhilarating cable car ride to the peak. Plus, the cool weather is definitely a huge perk away from sunny and humid Singapore.

Even better, book a stay at one of the resorts perched high up on the mountains to enjoy stunning panoramic views of the beautiful highlands. When you’re there, just take a look outside from your balcony… You’re literally sleeping amongst the clouds! How cool is that? Breathe in all the fresh air you need from that high altitude, and you’re bound to feel refreshed and recharged during your getaway!

2. Penang

Situated in northwestern coast of Malaysia, Penang is a vibrant place full of historic and fusion charms. George Town, the capital city of Penang, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with a rich and diverse culture heritage. Explore the narrow lanes of George Town and get your kids to spot as many of the quaint street art murals as possible!

In addition, consider dropping by the Made in Penang Interactive 3D Museum for a jolly good time with your family, or take the funicular tram up to Penang hill for a fantastic view.

Often regarded as Malaysia’s food paradise, Penang also offers a delectable range of sweet and savoury dishes. Be it a serving of the creamy and cooling chendol or a bowl of spicy and tangy assam laksa, the food in Penang can be enjoyed by people of all ages, making Penang the perfect family destination!

3. Pulau Rawa (Rawa Island)

If you are looking for a tropical and relaxing getaway, then Pulau Rawa is the place for you! With its turquoise waters and soft white sand, this tranquil island is the best place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and spend more quality time with your family.

Feel free to sit back and relax while your kids frolic in the crystal-clear waters or build sandcastles on the beach. For the adventurous, there are also jungle trails to trek through and exciting water activities such as snorkelling and kayaking. Perfect for older kids!

4. Kuala Lumpur (KL)

The capital of Malaysia may seem intimidating with its bustling streets and towering skyscrapers, but don’t write it off just yet! From bird parks and butterfly farms to aquariums and science discovery centres, KL has a plethora of family-friendly options that will keep your kids engaged and entertained. With the array of dining, entertainment and shopping options available in this modern city, you and your family will surely be spoilt for choice!

If you have a little more time to spare, consider heading over to the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park that’s a 15-minute car ride away from the city of Kuala Lumpur. The theme park boasts of five regions, namely the Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park and Scream Park. With more than 80 rides and attractions, Sunway Lagoon is a lively and comprehensive destination that has something for all ages!

5. Cameron Highlands

Covering a total of 712 square kilometres, Cameron Highlands is one of Malaysia’s most extensive hill stations. Here, there is just no shortage of interesting things to do! Known for its tea plantations, the beautiful highlands offer plenty of opportunities for tea aficionados to explore the tea terraces, learn more about the tea production process, and even sip on the fragrant tea. This will surely be an eye-opening and informative experience even for non-tea-lovers.

From vegetable farms to rose valleys, attractions in Cameron Highlands will bring you and your family one step closer to nature. Be sure to involve your kids in some strawberry-picking, or bring them along to appreciate the lovely lavender flowers. Otherwise, you can also drop by Time Tunnel, a memorabilia museum showcasing old collectibles and photographs dating from the 1950s and 1960s. This is a great place for parents and grandparents hoping to walk down the memory lane, and for the youngsters to learn more about what life was like in the past. There’s no better way to bond with your family!

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