We’re all a little sick of shopping malls and cafés as the places to chill with friends over the weekend. It’s expensive (GST looms), time-consuming, boring, done and dusted. Instead of going through the motions, why not try something new, exciting and fitness-related? And no, they are not just another gym or fitness centre with the same ol’ spinning, crossfit or swimming classes… we’re talking about the likes of extreme sports, adult playgrounds and water-centric sports to enjoy with friends! Check ‘em out:
1. Marina Putrajaya
Think that Putrajaya is only good for futuristic architecture and as the government administrative centre? Think again. Located in Presint 5 is a public lakeside complex with lake-based activities like water-skiing, wakeboaring, flyboarding, kayaking and sailing. If you’re not ready for water sports just yet, opt for indoor activities like the swimming pool, gym and aerobics, squash, or even karaoke and snooker sessions! Facility prices are affordable and start at RM5 per adult. An all-rounded deal for a day-out with your mates, if you ask us!
2. District 21
By now, most of you would have heard of or visited JumpStreet Trampoline Parks, but have you heard of the new guys in town, District21? The 70,000 sq. ft. Apocalypse-themed adventure park is the first of its kind, boasting 11 attractions and eight function rooms. The 55ft atrium is located in IOI City Mall and encourages participants to bring out their inner monkey through climbing walls, roller gliders, Go Karting, pump tracks, trampoline launch pad, a mind-blowing maze and more.
Prices start from RM55.
3. DolphinLee Aquatics
Move aside, ballet and gymnastics. The next big feminine sport to do is swimming like a mermaid. Every girl who’s watched The Little Mermaid has probably gone through a phase of wishing she could swim like Ariel, and now, DolphinLee Aquatics has made this fairytale alive with their Mermaid course. Girls will learn basic swimming, certified freediving and underwater modelling, plus they will also learn how to swim in mermaid costumes and monofins! Talk about making a splash!
Courses are priced at RM100 monthly.
4. Shah Alam Extreme Park
If you’re not much of a water baby and prefer solid ground, Shah Alam Extreme Park might just be your cuppa’. It’s know as one of Malaysia’s best skate park, covering an eight acre concrete skating arena where skaters can whiz around in the inline skate park and bike park. If you’re more of a Spiderman, the climbing wall is a thrilling experience. There is also a paintball arena for pretend soldier games!
Prices start from RM5 an hour.
5. Putrajaya Challenge Park
Another extreme park worthy of checking out is this 30-hectare Challenge Park that is said to house some of the best extreme sport facilities in Asia. The three main attractions are an indoor rock wall climbing complex, a skate park. thrill park and mountain bike trails. The rock climbing complex covers 2,100 sq ft and goes as high as a five storey building, while the skate park is designed for skateboarding, inline skating and BMX biking. You can even hop on a bike to explore a 30-hectare park with terrain mountain trails!
Entrance fee at RM6 for adults.
6. Oxbold Extreme Sports KL
Oxbold may not have its own recreation centre, but this sport tourism company offers all sorts of fun activities conducted in the best activity hubs in KL. From drift driving to Cessna flying, kite surfing to outback adventures, pick your preference and get strapped in for a hell of a ride. Be warned: only for the hardcore adrenaline junkies!
Prices start from RM30.
7. Asian Water Sports Village
Thanks to Asian Water Sports Village, there’s no need to travel to Penang, Port Dickson or Langkawi to fix the thrill-seeker craving! The only licensed water sports centre in Klang Valley allows you to romp around on the 200-acre lake and private beach with unlimited rides and thrilling motorised sports like Graphic Deck, Aqua Fly, Turbo Blast and Fly Fish. You can also opt for leisure sports like kayaking and fishing. Sweet deal!
Prices start from RM69.
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