The great thing about Malaysia is that there’s always a holiday coming up. The annoying thing about Malaysia is that there’s always a holiday coming up. There’s always something to prepare for, presents to buy and plans to make.
With Christmas and New Year coming up, we thought we’d try to find a bunch of fun things you can do with your
family, whether you want to celebrate traditionally and catch some carols or you want to do something a bit different
like take a cruise or get fit with Garfield (an oxymoron, I know). We’ve also scoured the country for the best holiday packages and festive feasts, so you can get away from home and let someone else do the washing up. For presents, check
out our beautiful gift guide – all you have to do is figure out what your kid’s toy type is. Finally, don’t forget to turn the magazine over to the kids: our Time In for Kids section features puzzles, a cute Christmas picture to colour in, another adventure featuring Tom and Friends, plus some fun DIY activities for the kids
to try over the holidays. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Leah O’Hearn email@example.com What’s your name? Jade.
Like the gem? Yes. [ Smiles shyly]
Where did you guys go today? The Twin Towers and the Aquarium.
Do you like aquatic life? Dolphins are my favourite animal.
How does life in Malaysia compare to France? It’s not as hot in France. And we don’t have such tall towers or buildings.
Is the food good? Not too spicy? A little spicy. I like chicken rice. Fish and chips and sushi also.
Did anything about Malaysia catch you by surprise? There are monkeys everywhere!
If you’d like your children to be featured in the next issue of Time Out Malaysia Kids, shoot us an email at kids@ timeoutmalaysia.com.