Activities For Kids | Kebun-Kebun Bangsar

by - April 16, 2021


Covid season is no excuse to not spend time with our kids, honestly, we are spending too much time on Netflix, we do have reading session and study session but those are just not enough, whenever we notice the numbers have lessened I'll bring the girls outdoors and get some fresh air, it's the best way for all of us to ditch our device and enjoy mother nature. 
ps// Whatever activities we are doing, just remember to follow the SOP, keep your social distance, put on your mask, and sanitize frequently. 

One of our favorite place - Kebun-Kebun Bangsar, this is a community farm tucked away in the middle of the city, entry is free but please donate if you can to help keep this place going. Parking space is limited try arriving earlier to avoid crowds, if you're going after a rainy day I highly recommend putting on boots otherwise you might need to clean your shoes after that. 

Hanging out at is Kebun-Kebun Bangsar literally the best feeling ever, as you enter, you'll see a green house, pop inside that's where you get the animal feed for RM2. Walk along the trail and you'll pass by these stops - chicken shed, rabbit cage, fish pond, and as you enter deeper you'll find yourself a hydroponic greenhouse and a herb garden.

 We could easily read about farm animals in a book but why not experience it yourself and value this precious memory and real-life experience? Kebun-Kebun Bangsar offers access to cute farm animals, the whole experience gives you insight into farm life with lamb, chickens, peacock, turkey, fishes, and rabbits. They do have a rule here, do not feed the animals bread hence if you'll like to feed the animals buy the animal feed at the greenhouse. 

Signing off with my girls xoxo 

Kebun Kebun Bangsar
Lorong Bukit Pantai, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hours: 8am - 7pm | Tuesday - Sunday


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