Joining the hype of District 21 located in IOI City Mall, Putrajaya
We are finally here!!
We reached here very early, at 9.45am
fearing it will be a crowded Sunday
but we were glad that it was okay!
A little bit about District 21 first =)
District 21 is a apocaltic themed adventure park
where you can jump, ride, fly, scream, basically almost everything
It has 11 adventures, which I will write about later
as well as 8 function rooms where you get to party here!
Basically you "order" your ticket here
and then collect & pay it at the Checkpoint counter
quite efficient =)
We paid RM55 per person as they are having opening promo now
and they do have family package too
RM165 for 4 tickets (RM41.25 per pax), applicable to all adults / children
more info on tickets, please visit their website here
and the reception actually encouraged us to follow their facebook news
more updated over there (District 21 Facebook Page)
the ticket is a multiple entry ticket
you can go in and out a few times in a day without purchasing a new ticket
The Adventures are :
1. Power Station (Rock Climbing etc)
2. Roller Glider
3. Go Pedal (similar to Go Kart)
4. Pump Track (Cycling)
5. Low Ropes (for kids)
6. Launch Pad (Trampoline park)
7. The Maze
8. Free Fall
9. Sky Trail
10. Tubby Ride
|Map to Everything!|
So, let's start with The Maze!
It does really look attractive
I mean, who doesn't like a hanging school bus & long slides?
|The Maze, with slides|
oh of course, a selfie with the spiderweb ball =)
and another view of The Maze!
At the entrance of The Maze
they provided us with grip gloves
(Gloves and stockings are already included)
So let's crawl in here!
|Entrance of The Maze!|
The first part of The Maze
a bit stuffy at first
but it's okay! It was quite fun!
I kind of wished I wore long pants instead
some of the crawling part did hurt my knees
but not too bad, not too bad =)
|Crawling up The Maze|
Then you crawl into a gym ball cage
where you crawl in from the upper part
and have to seek the way out, which located lower at the cage!
a little Hello from me & my sister!
More climbing and crawling
OK! Time for a rest before we take the slide down
Below my feet is the spider web adventure
where you actually enter from the bottom
and find your way up to this globe before you can take the slide down
quite fun I would say
After that we climbed up the school bus
and took the other slide down
which I REALLY LIKE that slide
fast and furious *laugh*
Next, the Launch Pad
it is actually similar to the Jump Street in PJ
(which I will blog soon, hopefully)
but here, you don't get instructors
and this is mainly most of our "rest station"
after all the exhausting activities
(socks are provided here!)
|Launch Pad - Trampolines|
Next on, Tubby Ride!!
My sister initially chicken out this ride
as when you were seated down in the tube
you actually see no track in front of you
that's the fear! BUT, it was FUN after 3-4 rides! haha!
Coming up, The Free Fall!
I don't know where I get the courage from
I'm quite a chicken person but yeah I tried it
well, it is only 1.5 storey high
but the act of convincing yourself to jump down is
my most ungraceful moment ever
(I pulled the crew's gloves down because I held his hand involuntary when I jump down LOL)
|Free fall, once in my lifetime is more than enough =P|
After that right, when I see lots of little kids happily free fall
I feel myself a bit useless la
*quietly swear I won't do this again in my life*
Right up, Go Pedal & Low Ropes
Low Ropes is similar to Sky Trail (see below) but for kids
and Go Pedal is basically a non-challenging pedaling GO-Kart
which you don't get to compete with anyone because they only have one adult car
but try pedaling it at full speed
it was FUN especially when you speed the corner!
|Go Pedal & Low Ropes|
After that, here comes Pump Track
Here, riders are provided with a bike, helmet, knee & elbow pads
you basically cycle through bumps, jumps & berms
the main key to success is to stay focus literally
if not it's quite easy to fall (i think)
After all that, we headed on to Power Station
where all the climbing challenges!
They have various rock climbing
some are available for you to compete with your partners
and some only works with teamwork!
and this is Leap of Hope =P
LOL you climb up the ladder
stand on the platform
and WHOOSH jump and HUG it!
it is actually not as scary as you think
because the safety gears will pull you to the giant bolster
|Leap of Hope|
and this, very important teamwork
One partner will stand on top
and another will try to build it higher and higher
current record is 12 blocks
we tried the 13th but I fell when I pass the blocks to my sister
quite hard to break the record though
|Building blocks - teamwork!|
and this fake buildings
is where you climb up each of every one till the highest one
and JUMP down
of course, it is not as bad as the free fall
but takes courage to jump too
and this is probably one of our favourite!
you basically climb with your partner
and each of you have to hit a button
in order to open up your partner's climbing steps
and last but not least,
the Sky Trail!!!!
we waited this till 3pm
and the crews said they normally open only in the afternoon
because there is not enough staffs to supervise this in the morning
|The safety gears|
and me, before my adrenaline rush
I certainly did not expect I will have gastric pain after the whole trail
too stressed out LOL
|Prepare to go!|
it was quite tiring and scary
I'm afraid of heights so I'm quite scared
some of the challenges need a lot of arm strength
which I have depleted most of them in the Power Station LOL
I quietly took some pics from the top
when I was taking my breath at the platform
mind the height
and all the hanging ones are quite shaky
but they are certainly secured =D
I find the hardest to complete is the tyre one
the tyre kept swinging and you have to use a lot of arm strength
and a lot of confidence
and how about a bike ride on a rope hanging in the sky
I'M NOT KIDDING
the thought of it is already scary enough
I can't imagine I completed it haha!
Lastly, the Roller Glider
which sad enough we don't get to experience it because it was under maintenance now!
but probably is a good thing LOL
if not I'll die of heart attack maybe
and that's all!
Overall I think District 21 has did a great job
this is definitely something new in Malaysia
and it is definitely worth the RM55
the staffs were friendly and helpful
tips : bring along a few ringgit to buy water when you are thristy
As lockers were provided, but its a one off locker
so you have to pay RM2 every time if you wish to lock it back after you unlock it
and I would love it more it there is a free water machine provided =P
ps : go in the morning to avoid long queue!
|District 21 from the outside|
IOI City Mall
Tel : +6(03) 8328 8888
Currently not available for online booking
Opening hours : 10am - 10pm (Daily)
Parking : in the mall (currently free parking)