LinDees Playland, a 10 000 square feet indoor playground located on the second floor in Hartamas Shopping Centre caught my attention while attending a parenting talk held there a couple of months ago.
Recently, I had the perfect reason to bring my little girl after a mommy friend of mine invited us to attend a Frozen themed playgroup session that took place there.
While many of the playgrounds in Malaysia is built based on western design and concept, LinDees Playland welcomed us with a Malaysian twist in it.
The moment we step into the play area, a vibrant yellow old school metal swing welcomed us.
The play land plays numerous Malaysian children folk songs throughout our time spent there. Listening to the song “Jong jong inai, mak ipung rajawali”, “sepak tunggul inai, berdarah ibu kaki” definitely brings nostalgic memories to many Malaysian parents like me.
LinDees welcome kids of 0-12 years of age. At the playland, children can explore a vast selection of play areas equipped with sensory rich features with its unique concepts and themes.
Upon entering the play area, on your left is Manja Nest, a space specifically designed for babies below 2 years of age to safely crawl and explore.
This is a play area built based on a garden concept. Children can enjoy building blocks over here or host a pretend play picnic session with their friends.
This section features an indoor field. Its small but offers enough space for children to play football or simply enjoy kicking balls and running around.
A picturesque Kampung House built at the centre of the play land. It is equipped with various musical instruments for little ones to explore.
This section allows children to try out various obstacle courses.
This area is for arts and craft. Every month hosts a different theme. Children are guided by a member of staff.
Offer patrons a spacious hall to relax and enjoy a good book. They offer not only children books, but also a good selection of books suitable for adults.
This space is dedicated to run various scheduled activities that are organised for the kids.
Nom Nom cafe serves both local and western food.
Unlike the usual eateries in the playground that serves nuggets and fries, Nom Nom land serves a wide variety of balanced meal that promises to recharge you after a day full of fun. Kids’ menu is available.
Another unique attraction of LinDees Playland is that, it comes with co-working space. Parents can continue working while the little ones play in a safe environment.
One can opt for private pod if they prefer to have a working space of their own. Hot desk offers social networking opportunities. There are also meeting rooms that caters for startups and small team that need space for brainstorming activities.
Nursing Room and Breast Feeding Friendly
LinDees is also breast -feeding friendly. It comes with a nursing room and a storage place for baby milk.
Mondays to Thursdays, their opening hours are 10am until 7pm.
Fridays, they open at 10am and closes an hour later at 8pm.
They open earlier on Saturday and Sunday at 9am but closes at 8pm on a Saturday and 7pm on a Sunday.
Weekdays Weekends/Public Holidays
Toddlers (7months to 23months) RM34 RM39
Children under 12 RM37 RM42
Adults are charged RM9/adult
Entrance during public holidays are charged weekend rates.
Infants under 6 months play for free.
Please remember to bring a pair of socks. You can purchase socks at the counter as well.
Located in Hartamas Shopping Centre, Lindees is accessible via taxi either from Bangsar LRT Station or from Sentul KTM Station. They are parkings available at the shopping centre.
Being an integrated spot for work, play and food, LinDees is worth visiting during this school holidays as it allows both parents and children to have quality time together.
Parents can also enjoy sipping a cup of coffee from “Skinny Man” while keeping a watchful eye on their children.
Shoba is a full time working mum of a bubbly and energetic 4 years old gal. She tries her best to juggle between the demand of her long hours corporate career and being a mum to her 4 years old, and finds her journey so far has been both challenging and fruitful. She believes in Positive Parenting and strives to practice this in all possible ways.