Time Out Malaysia Kids, published by Mongoose Publishing, launches as a quarterly magazine, suitable for parents and families with children from the ages of zero to 16 years old. It is priced at RM5.90 (€1.40) and is available at bookstores nationwide and as a digital edition on the Apple iTunes Store and Google Play for Android.
The magazine follows the format of Time Out Kuala Lumpur and builds on the success of the annual Time Out Malaysia guidebook for children as well as a surge of traffic to the Kids section of www.timeout.com/kuala-lumpur, according to the company. The Kids section on Time Out Kuala Lumpur’s website receives 15 per cent of the site’s total 1.018 million page views per month and on Time Out Penang, the Kids content garners a significant proportion of the site’s 390,000+ page views per month.
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