Set on the 4th floor of the recently revamped ‘The Summit’ in Subang Jaya, this is a miniature world that all ages of visitors can enjoy. The idea was brought about when 7 good friends decided they wanted to bring something new to Malaysia and, at the same time, keep the history of the country alive. After two full years of 3D printing, they finally had the basics of their dream. Then came the real building and designing…. the result can be seen here!
Very reasonably priced (and free for under 4s) it includes a little ‘treasure hunt’ that we were given upon entering which guarantees you a good couple of hours of fun as you search for different characters set amongst the miniatures!
This activity not only kept my two extremely busy, but also had them captivated and interested in everything they were seeing. It’s a great mix of educational fun and learning about the history of the country we call home. Most of the exhibits have buttons that the children can press to make the scenes come to life with lights, music, sounds and movement, so you can imagine the fun they had!
You can choose to be accompanied around the exhibits with a guide for no extra charge which is what we did and highly recommend it. Mr Chan was so extremely knowledgeable and, as one of the 7 people behind the idea of creating MinNature, had such passion for what he was talking about that it was a joy to hear him speak of how the project came about and how everything was made.
Workshops are available for small groups as well should you want to learn more and have a go at making your own miniature trees and houses which I’m going to have to try next time! Please check this out; it’s such a lovely little addition to KL activities! S x