We aren't going to Genting much these days, compared to the once every two months or so once upon a time. Hubby is busy with his F&B venture for one thing. For another, there isn't much attraction now that the theme park is closed.
Still, we managed. :)
Walking into the resort, we encountered 10 clowns twisting balloons and clowning around. I always think fun-oriented places should have people doing this! Not like Disneyland where you have to queue for hours to take a quick photo with Mickey Mouse. This is first time I've seen clowns there... and they disappeared after that day. Oh well.
See, kids are so happy with a simple balloon.
There was some event on for Rio. Nothing great though the kids enjoyed taking photos every time they saw some Rio character.
This one is the girl bird.
The indoor theme park is still there. I don't hand out money for this. Even though the kiddos periodically tried their luck. My rationale is they don't really know how to play yet anyway. So they just pressed buttons and pulled levers and hopped and 'drove' and 'rode horse' and whatnot. Still happy. Proof of the pudding... they requested to go to the arcade THREE times. Haha. (OK I know one fine day I'll have to spend a fortune on such things!)
Bang bang bang!
Me, I liked eating out every meal! There was a glow-in-the-dark promo thingy on at Bits and Bites.
Glow in the dark food. Served with a LED light bangle.
Giant slice of moist chocolate cake
(but this one not so nice, the brownie is better)
Besides that, the kids had fun splashing around in the room bathtub. Watching cartoons. Running around the room (we had a spacious one) opening and closing the internal doors. Climbing up onto furniture. Snacking. In short, they enjoyed themselves. And kept asking when we can go to Genting again.
Since our goal was to give them a holiday, target achieved!