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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Dinos Alive! @ Pusat Sains Negara (Part II)


We reached National Science Centre around 11am last Tuesday after having breakfast at McD SS2.  A friendly staff approached us at the counter and explained to me the activities of the day while handing me the flyer.  He further asked if I was interested to register my boy for their free workshops.  I of course said yes and promised to fill up the form before leaving.  As for the entry to the Dino exhibition, family package tickets at RM25 for 2 adults and 2 children are available while for single ticket, it's priced at RM10 for adults and RM5 for children. 

Upon walking into the atrium where two live sized moving but not walking dinosaurs were exhibited, my boy was taken aback by the sound emitted by the "dinasours" and refused to go any nearer for photo taking.  He was so unhappy when I insisted and thus the sour face and forceful smile.  LOL... 



Look at him in the photo.  LOL... The T-Rex was giving out a deafening roar when I snapped this photo.  He later told me it (the roar) almost scared him to death. (hak sei ngor) Wuakaka... 


Some dancing and singing animal figures displayed in front of the kids discovery place


The fossil sand pit was the place where my boy spent the most time there.  Boots are provided but neither of them fit my big baby's feet he ended up barefooted.  I don't recommend the provided boots though as the pair that my son tried on emitted "foot smells".  


"Animals" dancing to the music..

Some species of dinosaurs on exhibit


Yay! mommy.. I overcome the fear (of the eerie sound) of dinosaurs finally.  Look at the victory sign and smile. The Iguanadon (the one to the bottom left) danced to the beat of the music, funny and entertaining indeed. 



We watched a short dinosaur documentary movie before moving on to other activities.


My boy made several attempts to break his own records and his best record registered was
15.86 km/hr, slightly better than a cock. hehehe..

Making of Dino button badge

Conveying belt system, puzzle solving and pushing up

Plasma and balancing act


My boy playing the stringless harp and it produces music even without the string! Stringray and some fishes at the tunnel aquarium


Love the tropical fish and the touch pond.. I didn't realise there was one after so many visits till I saw a crowd and a gentleman gave a demo and encouraged me to do the same.  I felt so "geli" with those fishes nibbling on my fingers.  My boy was scared to try this.  Maybe next time.  He just needs time to overcome his fear of the unknown. :)



It was 2pm when we finally ended our tour.  Not forgetting the workshops, I registered my son for two different sessions before leaving and that simply means we will be there again next Tuesday and Thursday.   I only managed to register the boy for the remaining two available workshops though.

How much we wanted to hang around till the 2.30pm science show but our growling tummy wouldn't allow that.  There were stalls outside the back entrance of the centre selling burgers, oh, no.. not burgers again.. not a burger person myself and furthermore we just had it for breakfast this morning. :)

You might be interested to read other related post entries too.  Please click on the link below to read.
http://inspiredmomx1.blogspot.com/2010/12/walking-with-dinosaurs-in-dinos-alive.html
Jucing Creativity Workshop At Pusat Sains Negara


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9 Comments:

Blogger michelle@mybabybay said...

Wow so many things to play since the last time I went. I liked the piano, I will go back there with my family. Thanks for sharing.

December 18, 2010 at 2:06 AM  
Blogger Mummy Gwen said...

Wah..quite impressive lah the exhibition. Your boy muka takut is very cute..hehe. Bravo to him for overcoming his fear.

I'm not sure whether Gwen would be brave enough to see those mean looking dinosaurs or not.

December 18, 2010 at 2:12 AM  
Blogger yvonne said...

Wah... I thought Dino exhibition is all about bones and more bones. Little did I expect the dancing dino and other activities.

Ian's posing with the roaring dino is terribly cute - his forceful smile and fearful face. Haha... My kids ain't going any nearer to the dinos because they are afraid of all mascots - KFC Chicky, Genting Theme Park mascots, etc.

December 18, 2010 at 11:40 AM  
Blogger reanaclaire said...

oooh...so much to see.. yes, i bet kids would love to see this exhibition... your son looks very smart!

December 18, 2010 at 1:38 PM  
Blogger mNhL said...

this is really interesting! The dino is really huge! Nicely done!

December 18, 2010 at 4:54 PM  
Blogger Mommy to Chumsy said...

wow, this is such an interesting trip. i'm sure your boy had a memorable time.

December 20, 2010 at 8:04 PM  
Blogger eng eng said...

so syok eh... next time bring me and boy2 there ya...

December 21, 2010 at 3:18 PM  
Blogger Alice Law said...

We went there last week, my girl also very scaredy upon seeing the dinosaur moved and roared, lol!

December 21, 2010 at 3:25 PM  
Blogger Annie Q said...

Thanks for sharing this.

You spent almost 3 hours there? I think this will be more interesting than my zoo trip. LOL!!

I will definetly want to bring my boys there. The dino exhibition is till next year May right. Look very interesting, hope my boys will like it.

December 23, 2010 at 1:48 PM  

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