Free climbing for little people?! Yes!
It’s been a while since I wrote about two things; 1) Putrajaya, and 2) rock climbing, so now I combine the two for a lovely little feature on Putrajaya Challenge Park!
A massively impressive centre located out in Precinct 5 near the PICC, the centre (also known as Taman Cabaran) is home to one of the largest indoor climbing facilities in South East Asia.
Needless to say, the big stuff is only for adults, but I really don’t think that people are aware that there is a separate area for children under the age of 10 that is completely free of charge!
While there are no instructors and adult supervision is obviously required, it’s a nice enough little place to let mini climbers get a bit of a workout!
It’s colourful, with thick, padded flooring and is certainly a great way of introducing the concept to your little ones before heading downstairs to watch how the grown-ups do it!
The challenge park also has a very large skate park which can be used free of charge and is open for even the youngest of skaters!
It’s a large outdoor space and we certainly saw some talented little ones taking to the ramps with boards, scooters and even roller blades!
With mountain bike trails and a ‘Thrill Park’ for any bikers wanting to do stunts, there really is something for everyone…. So, time to take on a new challenge?!
Check it out; the place is huge, not particularly busy, and free for children. Enjoy 😉