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Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Fantastic Time at Sultan of Science Exhibition, Petrosains KLCC



 
Last Saturday was an exciting day for me. A group of bloggers and me got invited to Petrosains , The Discovery Centre,  to view their latest exhibiton -  Sultan of Science Exhibition

We got there just in time. Saw a man "fixing" the kiddie rides and I got two free rides!

 
I was anxious to go in but Mamarazzi said want snap photos pulak for the blog. Said going to blog about this experience wor.

Mamarazzi said it's certainly an eye opening experience. Sultan of Science is a global  touring exhibition and will be at Petrosains for six months.

Over the centuries, inventors and inventioofos  the West have been highlighted over and over again. What many did not know is that those from the East like the Muslim Scholars have achieved a lot in the past too.

This exhibition is to celebrate  the contributions of Muslim Scholars Achievements during the peak of the Golden Age of Islamic World (700-1700 CE) and Mamarazzi was sure surprised to see some inventions that she thought was invented by the West , actually sort of existed before that. What sort of? Coz something similar have already been invented by the Muslim Scholars ages ago.

 Let's go...I was impatient to proceed with the tour but Mamarazzi "sibuk" wanna snap photos.

Halfway, a Little Bird pop up to "haunt" me pulak . *LOL* She gave me a birthday angpau though my birthday had gone. Thank you auntie little bird.

As I walked down the Hall of Fame, I wondered who were these people. What does this says?


 Amazing...in 9th Century this lady was the Founder of the First University. Way to go!

 I was admiring the Map of Invention and Discovery in A Golden Age.

 Hmmm...very interesting...timeline format. I could use one of those for my Maths homework.

 Apa jual???

 Perfume? Made of spices. Interesting leh. And Mamarazzi learned something new...All along she thought Muslim cannot drink alcohol hence also cannot use products that contains alcohol like perfume or baby wipes.

But here they say Spices Perfume is made of alcohol? How can this be? ooo....then the staffs there explained that  Muslim cannot consume but actually can wear it. And Auntie Lina further explained that cannot wear for praying ...can spray on the clothes then change clothes when praying.

More invention....Hmmm....looks like one of those turn turn thingy in the car engine leh...Mamarazzi also did not know it was invented so long ago.

 Weeeeeee......am a bird...I know I can fly....this is the pattern of a bird in flight.....



Then I saw this treasure box. It's just like our Safe Deposit Box nowadays. Have to turn to the correct number before I can open the box.


 
 This Combination lock cum Four Bolt Lock were both made by al-Jazari. It shows the level of innovations made centuries ahead of its time.

With some help from Mamarazzi, I managed to open the treasure box. Diamonds, rubies , pearls..not. 

 I had great fun at the Optic Illusion side of the exhibition.

 Errrrr...Geometry....I give up!

 
Play with "spying glass" better.

 This one made me run far far away.....gosh...didn't know the injection needle was so BIG. Am so glad that I am born now where the needles are smaller than my fingers and not back then where they are bigger than my arm!



After walking around, we sat down and watched two shows. 


 
Mamarazzi...you have to follow what he does.

 This man is certainly a joker. Made us laugh a lot.

 Next show was the Magician show...I "helped" . Was there a genie in the bag? Nope.....but it got something else.

 Made me laugh till the end...was he dancing Oppa Gangnam Style or Harlem Shake? I also hyper la....I tunggang terbalik my stool and "danced" too

 A group photo before everyone adjourned for lunch and proceed to the other exhibition in Petrosains.

I really had much fun at the Sultan of Science Exhibition. Half a morning gone, going around the exhibition.


But before going to the other exhibition, I had my hand painted.


Nice or not my Henna *LOL* Hope teachers won't scold la.

School holidays is coming...why not plan a trip to Petrosains to see The Sultan of Science Exhibition? What highlighted here is just a small portion of the exhibition. Must experience it for yourself  as it will only be around for 6 months. For more information, please visit http://www.petrosains.com.my/sultansofscience/index.html

50 comments:

  1. Wow---what a neat exhibition... I know that Small Kucing enjoyed every minute of it... Glad he could help the magician...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. Guess we can learn a lot from this exhibition. Good to see Small Kucing learn some things too.

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  3. This is so neat to go to...science is interesting. I would think you would be 'hyper' til the end:)

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    1. LOL...you can really "read" this boy ...yup...hyper the whole day

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  4. Aiks... ada hantu. LOL!!! Yea, the exhibition is really nice...suitable for kids cuz can touch touch the barangs oso.

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    1. ye la...terkejut when suddenly pop up LOL......

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  5. Whoa so much fun there, the lil boy look so cute~~!!! hehehe ooo i miss mamarazzi, :-) thanks for dropping me some words truly appreciate that,..

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  6. Hey!!!! You have so much hair now!!! Very nice, very handsome!!!! Bet you had a great time at the exhibition. So nice.

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    1. sure fun la.....so many kids there....Yahoo!

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  7. this reminds me of my childhood when we used to attend those science exhibit...
    I', sure your kiddo had so much fun exploring

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    1. if he is older, bet he would appreciate it more. He only started science recently

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  8. cheers.. that's a cool hand paint huh

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  9. that's a great experience for sure to so to such exhibition.. somemore it's free!! sure cannot miss the chance right?? :p

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    1. what a shame.. Uncle SK have been to KLCC infinitely numerous times and yet he has not been to the Petrosains Museum, haha!! just passed by ada lah~~ :D

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    2. i actually enjoy going visiting museums and see things i've never seen before and learn the history and story behind the things..

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    3. aiyoh small kucing not going to be botak anymore?? wanna save long hair and look handsome is it?? haha, grown up already got his own preference and concerns now~~ :D

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    4. This one is more to science part of history. How and who invented what . There are some replicas where visitors can "play" too.

      Yes,,, must take time to read the description one the board. It tells a story. That is why need long time to jalan

      Ya lor...he said kakak in school say long hair nicer wor

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    5. * coz kakak washed his bum for him LOL

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  10. Fun! Time to go to Petrosains!

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  11. Looks like a fun place to hangout.

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  12. Whenever I went KL, I sure got lots of places and things to go for shopping. I always forgot about places like Petrosains. Next trip, I must bring my girls to all these places.

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    1. this place at least have to spend whole day. How I wish they have this shop and drop service...just put the kids there and their guide bring them around while we shop/rest. Haiyo...tiring chasing after the boy. He was so happy going there. so much to see

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  13. those kinds of ride fascinated my childhood life haha
    i remember my favorite was the chopper ride

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    1. ooh..inside the petrosains have helicopter stimulation rides...but was not tall enough for it

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  14. wow thats cool,
    an interactive and modern exhibit huh,
    well i guess this kind of places was a better option than amusement parks

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    1. yes...educational and not expensive as amusement park.

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  15. this just proves that learning
    was indeed fun!

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  16. and there are magicians and body painting too huh
    well that was a cool place to be not only for kid
    for child in heart like me

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  17. have a great day and happy bloggin small kucing
    take care always and god bless you always

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  18. Looks like a great day of fun for small kucing! :)

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  19. Saw this exhibition on my last visit to KLCC but Sam is too young to appreciate it, next time maybe :)

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    1. It will only be here for 6 months. But the rest of the exhibits will stay .

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  20. Awesome, I am glad you took your litte one to this place. I have been reading so much about this science center. Its pretty an amazing venture and would have done a whole good for your little one, trilling, exciting and knowledgeable.

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    1. ya little ones esoecially school going ones will have fun here

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  21. Shame on me. I had stayed in KL for almsot 5 years but until now haven't visit Petrosains yet. Haiz. Looks like Small Kucing has tons of fun there.

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