Mr Ninja grew up in Johor Bahru, I semi-grew up there, we balik kampung to JB several…
Riding The Kiddos Train At The Curve In Mutiara Damansara
There’s this really colourful train that goes around the 1st floor of The Curve and the kids really wanted to ride it, so we did.
Of all the many exciting (and pricey) things we did over school holidays, they unanimously agree that the Kiddos Train in The Curve is their favourite thing. Makes my life a lot easier. Who needs expensive tickets to theme parks and long drives and big crowds, when you can just drop RM6 on this and shout choo-choo throughout the mall?
Abandoning Mr Ninja
I can’t remember anymore what we were doing at The Curve. I’m sure we were looking for something. Oh yeah! School uniforms for Sulaiman. Man, were they hard to find.
Anyway, we had spent the past few days roaming around the Klang Valley looking for those uniforms and we were tired. Mr Ninja sat down on one of those massage chairs and was all sulky and grumpy. So I put RM2 into the chair and the kids and I left him to enjoy his jiggly, squeezy massage.
The Kiddos Train
I was super not interested in riding on the train because it looks like a scam but the kids insisted so we paid RM6 per person and hopped into a car.
Their system is kinda… not systematic. We got our tickets at the booth from the dude. Then got into the train. The kids were super excited to each get a ticket so they were holding them and oohing and aahing over everything. Then some other dude asked for our tickets, so the kids gave them back. And the dude left with the tickets and brought them back to the first dude at the booth.
So I was like -_-
Then the dude came back and gave us back the tickets with stamps on them. Like, what is happening?
Also, the boys are super sunburnt from a trip to Austin Heights Water Park a week ago.
Choo-choo all over The Curve
The train was playing nursery rhymes and ‘Baby Shark’ came on the kids lost their shit like it’s 2002 and Nelly’s ‘Hot in Herre’ just came on in the club.
Just as the train was about to start moving, a lone Mr Ninja emerged at the side of our window. “What about me?” he asked.
We laughed at him as the train took off.
Just a bunch of pictures of the train ride
It was fun because the kids are fun. Also, the Christmas decorations in the centre court were really cool and we got to ride around it and see everything that was happening down below. It was cool. We shouted and waved at people because we’re loud and friendly like that, and they waved back.
That’s about it really. Mr Ninja walked beside our car the whole time feeling left out. Hahaha.
Here’s a video of Aisha kinda doing the ‘Baby Shark’ dance and the view and the Mr Ninja: