Wednesday, 2 June 2010

A Splashing Good Time On The WaWa Splash Tour

Raimie and Zaini had fun going on the Wawa Splash Tour, at the Mines last week. I didn't join them because I was err.... too lazy. Zaini got two free tickets for the tour and I wasn't all that keen to go so Zaini need not buy an extra ticket for Raimie after all. They sure had fun, from the photos that Zaini took.
The WaWa Splash Tour is Malaysia’s first amphibious tour. Like the amphibious frog, the WaWa coach is able to move on both land and water, converting into a passenger boat upon touching water. The vehicle can fit up to 48 passengers and the tour takes about an hour. Other than Raimie and Zaini, there was a big family joining the tour that day.
Some of the view that can be enjoyed during the tour.
They even got a cute button badge as souvenirs.

21 comments:

  1. Whoa! You just gave me a great place to take the kids for the coming school holidays :D This looks like a cool place ...

    Urrmmmm,now just where in heavens name is this Wawa thingy located ah? LOL!

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  2. @Nick,
    I just realised I never mentioned where the boys went for their WaWa splash tour.

    They went to Mines.

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  3. I was wondering where is this place until I saw your response to Nick. Haven't been to Mines for a long time. Looks like a revisit is necessary. Thanks for the info, Lina.

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  4. @HappySurfer,
    Mines is very near to my home and I last been there 6 months ago. LOL

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  5. wahhhh sronok nya baddd.. tapi tak basah pun depa ??

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  6. @dot,
    Hahaha... tak basah la... duk dlm keta tu.

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  7. Wow..didn't know they have an amphibious tour over at the mines. Great ride for the kids.

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  8. @Mei Teng,
    Yes, and my son loves the ride. :)

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  9. @Beghui,
    If you come here, ask Daddy to take you for a cruise. Plenty of cruise to choose from at the Mines. :)

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  10. I'm sure kids will enjoy this! Not for adults like me though, haha!

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  11. Must be interesting to get some splash, would love to try that too. Is Raimie on school break now?

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  12. Hi Lina, I'm sorry for not stopping-by your blog for quite some time as I'm rather busy lately.

    This WaWa Coach seems real interesting but I just don't quite like The Mines. I guess I'm agree with u ~ let papa + son for outing while doing whatever we like at home without any disturb is actually enjoyable! hehehe...

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  13. We have a similar thing in London called Duck Tours and it a fun ride...!

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  14. the button badge is so cute!

    happy weekend lina!

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  15. the badge is really cute.. :D

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  16. @foong,
    Zaini said I wouldn't have liked the tour either. But yes, children would love it. Raimie certainly did. :)

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  17. @Evan's Mom,
    Yes, Raimie is having his school break now. He'll be back to school next week.
    Just came back from a weekend trip at a seaside town yesterday. :)

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  18. @Dora,
    I just laze around and watch Korean drama while they were out. ;)

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  19. @William,
    What area do the Duck Tours cover?

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  20. @AYie & Shirleen,
    I like the button badge too. :)

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