Kuala Lumpur

Book your family taxi with car seat in Kuala Lumpur

Child friendly cab in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is one of the new seven wonder cities in the world and the largest city in Malaysia. It sits at the junction of the Kelang and Gombak rivers, whose muddy waters often flood the city. 

Kuala Lumpur also has the Petronas Towers, which held the title of tallest buildings globally from 1998 until 2004 and are connected by the highest double bridge in the world.

Malaysia has 39 airports, and Kuala Lumpur International Airport is the largest. It has five stories, ten gates, and two terminals, one and a half kilometers apart. Terminal 1, the primary terminal, TM, or KLIA1, serves Malaysian full-service airlines. KLIA2 serves low-budget airlines, including Air Asia. 

KLIA1 has two main areas: a satellite terminal and CP1 (Contact Pier). KLIA2 is where taxis, buses, car rentals, and other types of airport transportation by road are found.

Kuala Lumpur (KL) is one of those cities with the family in mind. With many child-friendly attractions, rich cultural attractions, wildlife, and landmarks, a family trip to KL is unforgettable. 

What’s more, airport taxis with car seats are the best way to get in and out of Kuala Lumpur Airport. Read on, and we will tell you how to pre-book family taxis with car seats.

Where to get family taxis with car seats in Kuala Lumpur

Taxi service with car seats is now a thing in Malaysia. Before 2020, the use of child car seats in personal and private cars was not a must-do. Malaysia enforced the strict child seats rule in January 2020, following the 15% statistics of children deaths on the road

So, a car service with car seats is necessary for children 0-135 cm tall to keep them safe when on the move. 

Children under two years require a five-harness car seat, and those between 2 and 7 have to travel in approved car booster seats. These are available at Taxi Bambino, an airport transportation service with car seats.

To pre-book a family taxi with car seats in Kuala Lumpur, head over to their site, search for your desired location, and request a taxi with age-appropriate car seats for your kids. The taxi will be waiting for you at the main terminal, and you will be in the city in an hour or less when there is no traffic. 

Things to do with your family in Kuala Lumpur (& how to get there) 

Before we get to the family attractions, it is good to know a few basics about Kuala Lumpur. For one, the residents here are KLites, a name derived from the abbreviation of the city KL. 

The food is mouthwatering, of different kinds (Chinese, Indian, Nonya Kueh), and cheap! 

It can get hot and sweaty midday, so always carry water in a water bottle for refills.

The currency used is the Malaysian dollar, and you can shop duty-free at KLIA2 shopping malls. KL is Malaysia’s retail and fashion capital. Be sure to shop luxury brands if your budget allows.

Here is the list of family activities.

Sunway Lagoon

Sunway Lagoon is a massive waterpark that elevates the water play experience to new heights. It is close to the KL International Airport and sits on 80 acres in Petaling Jaya.

Its six themed playing zones are the Water Park, Scare Park, Amusement Park, Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon, Extreme Park, and Wildlife Park.

The game options include river rides for teens and adults, water slides, paintballing, rock climbing, archery, and watching animals. 

The wave pool and lake are the most outstanding spots. 

KLites recommend Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon for kids as they play and also meet their favorite Nickelodeon show characters.

To get here, you can take the Komuter train KMT, which stops at Subang Jaya or alight at Kelana Jaya using Putra LRT. The best and safest way to commute is by taxi. 

Petrosains Discovery Center

Kids of all ages will have a blast here. 

Your children will learn about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics)through interactive displays and installations. 

While petroleum science is the primary focus, the museum's 11 main interactive exhibits are a fun way to learn about anything.  

Kids may learn about space science and exploration, earth history, geology, oil mining, and even a Formula 1 race car simulator. 

The science museum is just below the Petronas Towers, on the top floor of the KLCC shopping complex.

 

KL Bird Park 

A bird watcher or not, this place is quite interesting for kids and adults. The massive KL Bird Park lies on a 21-acre piece of land, making it one of the world’s most enormous walk-in public aviaries. It is adjacent to the Botanical Garden.

Must-do activities are feeding different birds like the Red Iory, parrots, and emus, watching ostriches lay eggs, following the eagles, hornbills, and storks. There are more than 3000 birds representing over 200 species.

There is also the bird show auditorium and an educational center. 

The Bird Park is divided into three areas where birds fly freely in settings mimicking their natural habitats. 

Tourists are also at liberty to feed fish in any of the many ponds in the park.

To get here, you can use B115 buses, the KM bus tours, a taxi, or the KTM old railway.

KidZania Kuala Lumpur

KidZania is a world concept where kids pretend to be professionals of their liking. Kids will have fun and also learn front KidZania, as they can be doctors, teachers, masons, cooks, or any career. 

The plays lasting 5-20 minutes are pretty detailed on daily career experiences. The kids dress professionally and buy goods and services using the KidZania currency. They get rewarded with “cash” for working in the pretend professions.

Kuala Lumpur Aquarium

KL Aquarium has all kinds of sea creatures, from reptiles to stingrays, sharks, colored fish, etc. You’ll enjoy the sight in the 90m tunnel, especially the sharks swimming.

Younger children also get to sleep with the sharks!

KLCC Playground

KLCC playground is enormous and free. It is also perfect for a family photo. Have your children sweat it out in the playground before finding a family picnic spot. 

Petronas Twin Towers

You can gaze at the once upon a time tallest buildings in the world or climb up and enjoy the panoramic views of the city. A bridge, so high, links the buildings. 

The aquarium, the twin towers, Petrosains Science Center, and KLCC playground are all located in the same area, the Kuala Lumpur City Center. KLCC is 42 minutes from the airport by taxi.

Is your family planning a trip to KL? Book a safe taxi with small children.