Ready Steady Go Kids

Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Get Active -

64-2, Sec­ond floor, Jalan Telawi, Bangsar, KL (+603 7890 1155/ www.readys­teady­gokids.my). Founded in Aus­tralia, Ready Steady Go Kids was de­signed to in­still a love of sports in preschool­ers. A godsend for par­ents who shirk sport­ing ac­tiv­i­ties, the com­pany en­gages tod­dlers aged two and a half to six years in light, non-com­pet­i­tive games and team ac­tiv­i­ties. Cre­ated by phys­io­ther­a­pists, each 45-minute class helps im­prove kids’ gross mo­tor skills, hand-eye co­or­di­na­tion and posture while build­ing so­cial skills.

Kelawar Ju­nior Cricket Club

PJ Palms Sports Cen­tre, 1 Lorong Sul­tan, PJ (012 322 2866/kelawarcc.hitscricket.com). Deemed a gen­tle­man’s game, cricket has yet to re­ceive the equal level of at­ten­tion that it has gar­nered in na­tions such as In­dia, Aus­tralia and Eng­land. How­ever, the Malaysian Aus­tralian New Zealand As­so­ci­a­tion (MANZA) aims to rev up Malaysia’s love of cricket with the Kelawar Ju­nior Cricket Club. In­ter­ac­tive field­ing, bat­ting, bowl­ing and train­ing ses­sions are pro­vided for those from seven to 15 years old, and are usu­ally held on Satur­day morn­ings from 10am to 12noon. Con­tact club for more de­tails. Var­i­ous lo­ca­tions

Break­out

Level 2, Av­enue K, 156 Jalan Am­pang, KL (03 2181 1835); Level 4, Nu Sen­tral, 201 Jalan Tun Sam­bat­han, KL (03 2276 3705/ www.break­out.com.my). As its name im­plies, Break­out is a game of wits that en­cour­ages play­ers to es­cape ex­cep­tion­ally well-de­signed game rooms. Form a team of two to eight friends to un­lock mind-bog­gling mys­ter­ies in dif­fer­ent set­tings such as ‘The War for Rem­brandt’ and ‘The Tes­ta­ment of Tesla’ in Nu Sen­tral, or ‘The Great­est Mur­der of West­wood’ and ‘Cham­ber of Ho­cus’ in Av­enue K. Put your­self in the shoes of Sher­lock Holmes and solve your way to free­dom. Check web­site for rates.

Skytrex Adventure

Ta­man Botani Ne­gara Shah Alam, Jalan Liku 8/1, Bukit Ca­haya, Seri Alam, Shah Alam, Se­lan­gor (013 276 9841); Jalan Teluk Yu, Kam­pung Kok, Langkawi, Kedah (019 280 5679); Ta­man Botani Ayer Keroh Me­laka, Malacca (www.skytrex-adventure.com). Young and old will love the chal­lenges of this sky high ob­sta­cle course. Only kids with a min­i­mum height of 1.1 me­tres are al­lowed to par­tic­i­pate. Var­i­ous cour­ses cater to kids of dif­fer­ent ages and vary­ing mo­tor skills, with fly­ing foxes, sky bridges, high ropes and more. If your lit­tle tyke and his friends love the out­doors, you can even let Skytrex plan a birth­day bash; pic­nic ta­ble rental, he­lium bal­loons, piñatas and all that jazz are in­clu­sive. (Shah Alam) Lit­tle Adventure, RM35; Big Thrill, RM45; Ex­treme Chal­lenge, RM55. (Langkawi) Lit­tle Legend, RM45; Ea­gle Thrill, RM55; Is­land Ex­treme, RM65. (Malacca) Pahlawan Thrill, RM55, Ex­treme War­rior, RM65. Check web­site for time slots.

Aus­kick

Padang Mer­bok, Jalan Par­li­men, KL (019 392 7811/017 207 6221/ www.malaysian­war­riors.com). This in­ter­na­tion­ally recog­nised Aus­tralian foot­ball club ex­cels at in­tro­duc­ing lo­cal youth to one of our neigh­bour­ing coun­try’s na­tional pas­times. The fast­paced, grip­ping game will teach kids to de­velop speed, strength, agility, flex­i­bil­ity, dis­ci­pline and de­ter­mi­na­tion while ex­tolling the im­por­tance of team­work and sports­man­ship. Con­tact the coach or pres­i­dent for train­ing sched­ule and fees.

In­ter­na­tional Soc­cer Camp KL

Bukit Da­mansara Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, 3 Jalan Se­tia Budi, Bukit Da­mansara, KL (016 674 6133/ www.in­ter­na­tion­al­soc­cer­campkl.com). Deemed one of KL’s lead­ing soc­cer acad­e­mies, ISCKL aims to pro­vide a safe and well-run soc­cer pro­gramme that stim­u­lates kids’ phys­i­cal and so­cial skills. Armed with a burn­ing pas­sion for foot­ball, head coach Ar­ber brings his ex­pe­ri­ence as an ex-in­ter­na­tional foot­baller for Al­ba­nia to the shores of KL. In ad­di­tion to the usual train­ing pro­gramme, ISCKL also of­fers spe­cially de­signed hol­i­day camps. Ev­ery Sun­day, 9-10am, Mini (5-7 years old), RM150 per month. Ev­ery Sun­day, 9-11am, Ju­nior (7-9 years old) & Youth (10-12 years old), RM160 per month. Reg­is­tra­tion fee in­clu­sive of uni­form, RM120. For more info on in­ter­na­tional school pro­grammes, con­tact Coach Ar­ber.

Lit­tle League Soc­cer Malaysia

The New Camp, op­po­site Bri­tish In­ter­na­tional School, Changkat Bukit Utama, Ban­dar Utama, PJ; KL Foot­ball Cen­tre, Jalan 6/4, Desa Melawati, KL (011 2317 3602/ www.lit­tle­league.my). One of Malaysia’s most pop­u­lar ju­nior soc­cer schools, Lit­tle League Malaysia con­ducts coach­ing for kids aged be­tween five and 16 years old. They also or­gan­ise foot­ball camps and clin­ics to ed­u­cate prospec­tive foot­ballers on the de­fen­sive work of a solid cen­tre back, the ex­quis­ite vi­sion of a mid­field mae­stro, and the sharp-shooter fin­ish­ing abil­i­ties of a lethal cen­tre for­ward. Don’t be sur­prised to see Malaysia’s next Mokhtar Da­hari pro­gress­ing through the ranks in Lit­tle League’s Elite Devel­op­ment Pro­gramme. Fun­da­men­tals train­ing: (New Camp), SatSun, All age groups, 8-9am. RM100-200 per month. (KL Foot­ball Cen­tre), Sat-Sun, Un­der 8s & Un­der 10s, 8.15-9.15am; Un­der 12s, Un­der 14s & Un­der 16s, 9.30-10.30am. RM70-170 per month. KL & Sur­rounds

Samba de Fut­sal

Lot 13, Sec­tion 51A, Jalan 225, PJ (03 7958 2644/www.face­book.com/sam­ba­fut­sal). Choose from rub­ber or real grass courts at Samba de Fut­sal, which also houses a bas­ket­ball court, a hand­ball court and an archery range. School stu­dents re­ceive spe­cial pack­ages in­clu­sive of court rental and bot­tles of min­eral wa­ter. Daily, 9am-6pm. Court rental, RM3 per per­son per hour.

Jo­hor

Sports Prima

PTD 64858 Jalan Sri Pur­nama 4, Perindus­trian Sri Pur­nama, Jo­hor Bahru (07 334 9181/www.sport­sprima.com). Out­fit­ted with eight fut­sal pitches, seven of

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