Ed­i­tor’s note

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Meet the neighbours -

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 ed­i­tor@time­out­malaysia.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.

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