Fun on bouncing castles

Last Friday night, on our way back home, we stopped at the traffic light in front of Tesco Bukit Puchong.

Suddenly, Princess Isabel shouted excited, “Look, mummy! Look, Koko! Bouncing castles!”

I looked at where she was pointing and saw huge inflatables (we call it bouncing castles). “It looks like so much fun! Mummy, can we go there? Please?”

Seeing she was so excited, I told her that we will go there the next day after dinner.

So, after dinner the next day (where Isabel ate very little as she was afraid that she might puke after bouncing around), I brought them there as promised.

It was just giant inflatables but it was enough to get the kids excited.

I tried to take photos of them on the inflatables but it was so difficult as they would not stop bouncing!

Here are some of the photos that I did manage to take:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After an hour there, both Ethan and Isabel were drenched in sweat.

If you are bringing small kids there, I would advise you to really stay
by their sides. It is so easy for them to bounce off the edge of the
inflatables and land hard on the ground.

The ‘park’ is open daily from 3.30pm to 11.30pm.

Tickets are priced at RM12 (for kids below 16 years old) and RM5 (for adults).

Have fun!

 

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