Eating out with a toddler is not an easy task. Our son seems to think that each time he sits in a high chair, he has to be fed or entertained throughout.
Speaking of high chairs, most restaurants in KL have the standard Ikea Antilop high chair. I would say it’s a practical high chair due to it’s mobility and the amount of space it occupies.
In Bangkok, a high chair is a small elevated chair. There are no bars, restraints or a tray meaning your child could fall off if they are fidgety or restless. Most restaurants do not provide a proper high chair – eating out with a young child could be a challenge!
This photo of Thailandia is courtesy of TripAdvisorr
During our recent trip to Singapore, we were surprised when Paul’s in Takashimaya did not provide high chairs for their younger patrons. I did not expect this seeing that high chairs are provided everywhere, even in the nearby food court!