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Kick­box­ing for Kids @ Lara’s Place

3A Jalan 17/45, PJ (03 7956 8768/ www.laras­ Kick­box­ing isn’t just for adults – it’s a great way for kids to toughen up and shape up. Watch your child grow stronger and faster through repet­i­tive drills in­volv­ing fast fists and fancy foot­work. Sen­sei Tony, who has more than 20 years of ex­pe­ri­ence un­der his (black) belt, coaches all lev­els of stu­dents so be­gin­ners need not shy away from the new sport. Ev­ery Mon­day, 6-7pm. Course fee, RM120 for weekly classes in one month; Reg­is­tra­tion fee, RM50.

Camp­ing Hash by KL Ju­nior Hash House Har­ri­ers

(012 239 7870/019 335 7743/ Get your chil­dren off their iPads and out into the wild. KL’s Ju­nior Hash House Har­ri­ers will em­bark on its an­nual Merdeka camp­ing hash this Septem­ber. The camp­ing site in Ne­nasi, Pa­hang is next to a three-kilometre pri­vate beach so the whole fam­ily can look for­ward to an un­con­ven­tional sea­side hol­i­day with other fun-seek­ing fam­i­lies. Au­gust 25-28. RM35 per adult; RM30 per child.

Michael’s Bad­minton Academy

Lot 10949, Jalan SS24/10, Ta­man Me­gah, PJ (03 7803 4166/www.mba101bad­minton. com). Michael’s Bad­minton Academy (MBA) has be­come the go-to des­ti­na­tion for young­sters hop­ing to em­u­late Lee Chong Wei. The com­pany holds bad­minton lessons, work­shops and chil­dren’s camps, which in­clude pro­fes­sional coach­ing and overnight stays at the cen­tre’s dor­mi­to­ries. Play­ers can look for­ward to test­ing their skills on rub­ber and par­quet courts that reg­u­larly play host to in­ter­na­tional tour­na­ments. Daily, 9am-11pm. Court rental starts from RM15.80 per hour. KL & Sur­rounds

It’s a Hit!

Rooftop, 1 Utama Shop­ping Cen­tre, Ban­dar Utama, PJ (03 7727 2576/ Ac­ces­si­ble via the High Street lift in 1 Utama

The Swash­buck­lers Fenc­ing Club

First floor, Jalan PJU 1/3D, Sun­way Mas Com­mer­cial Cen­tre, PJ (016 682 0870/ www.fenc­ Parry! Thrust! The aptly named Swash­buck­ler’s Fenc­ing Club of­fers all things fenc­ing from classes and work­shops to fenc­ing com­pe­ti­tions and hol­i­day camps

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