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Kuala Lumpur Theme Parks – Amusement Parks in Kuala Lumpur


20th Century Fox World Malaysia


The 20th Century Fox World Malaysia is slated to open by the end of 2018, and it’s expected to be one of the most exciting theme parks in Malaysia. Replacing the Genting Highlands Outdoor Theme Park, you can expect 25 thrilling rides and attractions inspired by Hollywood blockbusters such as Planet of the Apes, A Night at Read More…

  • Location: Genting Highlands, Pahang








  • Tel: +603 6101 1118











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A’Famosa Water World


The A’ Famosa Water World is located in Alor Gajah, Malacca and named after a famous Portuguese fort built in the 16th Century. Encompassing an area that exceeds 1,300 acres in size, the Water World is surrounded by a resort, 27-hole golf course, villas and other theme parks. Read More…

  • Opening Hours:
    Mondays – Fridays 11:00 – 19:00
    Weekends/ Public Holidays 09:00 – 20:00
    *Closed every Tuesday, except Public Holiday or School Holiday








  • Address: Jalan Kemus, Simpang Empat, Alor Gajah, Melaka


  • Tel: +603 2781 8888











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Berjaya Hills


Formerly known as Bukit Tinggi, Berjaya Hills at 1,000 meters above sea-level brims with recreational and cultural attractions. In addition, Berjaya Hills is set among rugged hills and lush mountains, a perfect getaway for nature-lovers. Families will enjoy all that this theme hill park township has to offer. Read More…

  • Address: KM48, Persimpangan Bertingkat Lebuhraya Karak, Bukit Tinggi, Bentong, Pahang


  • Tel: +609 288 8888










  • Tour Available: Berjaya Colmar Tropicale Hotel


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Bukit Merah Laketown

The Bukit Merah Laketown is a resort-cum theme park township located along the North-South Expressway. Chief of its attractions is the water park, followed by its marina village. The inn located here is also a great place where you can indulge in activities such as golf, fishing, lakeside cruises and boat rides.

The main attraction, the Bukit Merah Laketown Waterpark comprises eight highlights, among them a Giant Wave Pool with simulated waves up to a metre high, Slow River Ride, a 300 m stretch of water where adults can drift on tubes and Raft Tube Slides. The Kid’s Water Playground is a unique obstacle-course with big buckets of pouring water and water-jet guns to spray. The Giant Bubble, a first in Southeast Asia, is a Swedish-made inflated bubble for visitors to climb, bounce, slip and slide. Other facilities here include a fast food restaurant that serves western and local delights.

And then there’s the Bukit Merah Laketown Marina Village which is a tourist shopping village where you can find a wide variety of shops offering items such as crafts, swimwear and suntan lotions. The restaurant Cafe Le Lac offers local and international cuisines while its bakery offers a large variety of pastries and cakes.

  • Opening Hours:
    Monday – Friday 12:00 – 19:00
    Saturday & Sunday 10:00 – 17:00








  • Address: Jalan Bukit Merah, Semanggol, Perak


  • Tel: +605 890 8888











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Berjaya Times Square Theme Park


Berjaya Times Square Theme Park is the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia. Located within Berjaya Times Square Hotel, one of the biggest shopping malls in the country, the expansive amusement park is located on the fifth floor and is designed for both adults and children with two zones. It’s perfect for those bad weather days Read More…

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 – 22:00, Saturday & Sunday 11:00 – 22:00








  • Address: Level 5, Berjaya Times Square, No.1, Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur


  • Tel: +603 2117 3118











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District 21 Kuala Lumpur


District 21 Kuala Lumpur is an adventure theme park set within IOI City Mall Putrajaya, where visitors of all ages can enjoy a variety of challenging obstacle courses. Spanning over 6,500 square metres, the indoor theme park features a post-apocalyptic setting with plenty of metal beams, steel walls and colourful graffiti, as well as suspended Read More…

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 12:00 – 20:00, Saturday & Sunday 10:00 – 20:00


  • Location: IOI City Mall, Putrajaya, Selangor







  • Address: +603 8328 8888












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Genting Highlands Park


Genting Highlands is the best known of the three hill stations on the western side of the Banjaran Titiwangsa Range. North of KL, it was opened in 1972 and is only 50km away from the Pahang border. One of Genting’s most popular features is the Genting Theme Park – an amusement park with four zones. The Read More…

  • Opening Hours:
    Outdoor Theme Park:
    Monday – Friday 10:00 – 18:00
    Saturday 09:00 – 22:00
    Sunday 09:00 – 18:00

    First World Indoor Theme Park:
    Monday – Friday 10:00 – 24:00
    Saturday 09:00 – 01:00
    Sunday 09:00 – 24:00

    Video Games Park:
    Monday – Friday 09:00 – 24:00
    Saturday 08:00 – 01:00
    Sunday 08:00 – 24:00









  • Address: Genting Highlands, Pahang


  • Tel: +603 6101 1118











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i-City Shah Alam


Known as the City of Digital Lights, i-City is a theme park in Shah Alam best known for its nightly colourful display of LED-lit attractions. A family-friendly place, it is home to a range of exciting activities such as a water park, 3-D museum and snow park. Popular with shutterbugs, one of its major highlights is Read More…

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Thursday 11:00 – 00:00, Friday – Sunday 11:00 – 01:00








  • Address: D-9-1, Jalan Multimedia, 7/AJ City Park, i-City, Shah Alam


  • Tel: +603 5521 8800











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Kidzania Kuala Lumpur


Giving new meaning to role playing, Kidzania KL is a memorable, edutainment centre designed to show and encourage kids to ‘work’ in professional jobs. Teaching them about different career choices, it looks like an indoor city with miniature-sized replicas of office buildings and cars: once you breeze through the AirAsia airport-style entrance, children can take turns Read More…

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Wednesday 09:00 – 21:00, Thursday 09:00 – 23:00, Friday & Saturday 10:00 – 23:00, Sunday 09:00 – 21:00








  • Address: Curve NX, 18 Jalan PJU 7/5, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya


  • Tel: +1300 88 KIDZ (5439)











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Lost World of Tambun


The latest attraction from Sunway City Ipoh in Tambun, the Lost World is a new water theme park in Perak set to provide you a fun-filled adventure for friends and family! Nestled among lush greenery and limestone hills, the Lost World has a host of exciting activities to keep you coming back for more. Here, find Read More…

  • Opening Hours:
    Monday – Friday 11:00 – 18.00
    Saturday & Sunday 10.00 – 18.00
    *Closed every Tuesday, except Public Holiday or School Holiday


  • Location: Lost World of Tambun is located in the town of Ipoh found within the state of Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia.







  • Address: No. 1, Persiaran Lagun Sunway 1, Sunway City Ipoh, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia


  • Tel: +605 542 8888











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Megakidz Funland & Edutainment


Learning doesn’t just stop at school, and it can be fun, too! Megakidz Funland & Edutainment offers just that and plenty more for kids and parents alike. Situated on the third level of Midvalley Megamall, this 27,000sqft learning and play centre contains multitude of facilities catering for kids from the age of one to 16. If Read More…

  • Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday 10:00 – 21:30








  • Address: Lot T-012, North Court, 3rd Floor, Mid Valley Megamall, Midvalley City, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Kuala Lumpur


  • Tel: +603 2282 9300











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Movie Animation Park Studios Malaysia


Movie Animation Park Studios Malaysia is the state’s second theme park after Sunway’s Lost World of Tambun. A two-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur, it is located in Ipoh, a historical town in Perak that’s known for its timeless charm, limestone caves, Buddhist shrines and hot springs. Read More…

  • Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 10:00 – 18:00, Sat – Sun 10:00 – 22:00








  • Address: Persiaran Meru Raya 3, Bandar Meru Raya 3, Ipoh, Perak


  • Tel: +605 501 5630








  • Price Range: RM120 & RM114 (with valid MyKad)




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Skytrex Adventure


For those who are seeking some serious fun in the sun, look no further than Skytrex Adventure. These zip line obstacle courses consist of extreme outdoor activities such as rope climbing and flying fox in the middle of the lush greenery of Shah Alam Agricultural Park, approximately 45 minutes from Kuala Lumpur city centre. Once there, Read More…

  • Opening Hours: Saturday – Sunday 08:30 – 16:30








  • Address: Taman Pertanian Malaysia, Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam, Shah Alam, Selangor


  • Tel: +6013 276 9841








  • Price Range: RM35 (Little Adventure), RM45 (Big Thrill), RM55 (Extreme Challenge)




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Sunway Lagoon Theme Park


Sunway Lagoon Theme Park is located in Petaling Jaya – a thriving satellite town – about 15km southwest of the Kuala Lumpur city centre. With a variety of watery rides on offer and plenty of dry-land activities too, there are few more fun ways to spend a day than cooling down at Sunway. Water slides that Read More…

  • Opening Hours: Daily 10:00 – 18:00


  • Location: Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa







  • Address: 3, Jalan PJS 11/11, Bandar Sunway, Petaling Jaya


  • Tel: +603 5639 0000











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Wet World Water Parks Shah Alam


The Wet World Water Parks in Shah Alam promises families an unforgettable thrilling experience of fun and adventure! The park prides itself on its many rides and recreational facilities along with a safety standard that is world-class. This will assure parents on the safety of their children. Some of the water attractions include the Fountain of Read More…

  • Opening Hours:
    Daily 10:00 – 18:00
    *Closed every Tuesday, except Public Holiday or School Holiday








  • Address: Persiaran Dato Menteri, Seksyen 2, Shah Alam


  • Tel: +603 5566 8000









  • How to get there: About 45 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur on federal highway, Exit at Bunga Lawang Roundabout, Shah Alam and drive towards Persiaran Dato, menteri. Section 2. The water park is near the Sirim Building and opposite the Shah Alam Lake.



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Top 17 Theme Parks In Malaysia (2, 3 & 17 Must Go!)

Many travelers think that places to visit in Malaysia ONLY has beautiful islands, white sandy beaches, national parks, and historical sites.

BUT, do you know that Malaysia is also home to some of the world’s most amazing theme parks, the first indoor theme park as well as the largest indoor park in the world.

All of these water parks and theme parks could make you so much fun and exciting rides to give you enjoy to the fullest.

It’s truly your perfect destination vacation with your family, friends, and lover.

Make your short trips from Singapore to Malaysia has an unforgettable journey!

So, have you been to any of Malaysia’s theme parks before?

If you answered “YES”, how many theme parks have you explored?

And what are the theme parks have you visited before?

17 Must-Visit Theme Parks In Malaysia

1. Legoland Malaysia, Johor Bahru

Having opened in Iskandar Puteri (Nusajaya), Johor September 15, 2012, Legoland Malaysia is the first international theme park in the country. It features more than 80 interactive rides, shows, and interesting activities for people of all ages.

Also read: 31 Things To Do In Johor Bahru (JB)

It is built inside the Nusa Cemerlang Industrial Park which is within the Iskandar Malaysia Economic Zone. It hosts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. It is divided into 4 main parts: Legoland Theme Park, Legoland Water Park, Legoland Sea Life Malaysia and the Legoland Hotel.

You will find Legoland Malaysia in Johor Bahru city. It is situated just off the Coastal highway that parallels the Straits of Johor. It is also accessible from the 32nd Link road from Singapore at the Nusajaya Turn-off.

If you unsure where to stay during Legoland trip, click here for more info: 15 Best Hotels Near Legoland Malaysia From SGD$16/Pax

Legoland Malaysia Attractions:

  • With themed areas with names like the Beginning, LEGO City, Miniland, Imagination, LEGO Technic, LEGO Kingdoms and Land of adventure, there is everything for everyone. Children especially will have the time of their lives in the park.

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  • Legoland Water Park has a water-themed entertainment program where visitors can enjoy over 20 slides.
  • The Legoland Hotel boasts of 249 themed guestrooms. It also has a world-class swimming pool as well as restaurants and bars. A buffet dinner is planned for guests every day.
  • There is great shopping at Legoland Malaysia’s shopping areas
  • There are offices as well as serviced apartments right within Legoland.
  • There are local delicacies as well as international dishes at the Market Restaurant. Only Halal food is served here for those who prefer such dishes.

Address: 7, Jalan Legoland, Bandar Medini Iskandar Malaysia, 79250 Iskandar Puteri (Nusajaya), Johor, Malaysia.
Contact: +607 – 597 8888
Opening Hours:
Daily: 9:00am – 7:00pm
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2. Sunway Lagoon, Kuala Lumpur

Situated in Subang Jaya in the Selangor area in Malaysia, Sunway Lagoon has been awarded numerous accolades as one of the best theme parks in all of Asia.

It has been in operation since 1993 and it has had major improvements and growth since then. You and your family and friends will enjoy the water park and the unforgettable amusement park just next.

What do you expect from one of the world’s best theme parks? Nonstop fun for the whole family. The Sunway lagoon never disappoints. Set in an awesome 88 acres of land, the park boasts over 80 attractions to choose from. You will find something you all love there.

Sunway Lagoon Attractions:

  • The Water Park at Sunway Lagoon is one place to experience before you die. There is a man-made surf beach that reaches up to 8 feet. It is the world’s largest. There are also great water rides for all the family to enjoy.

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  • The amusement park features many rides and games for all the family. There is the Extreme Park which features Malaysia’s first Bungee jump as well as other games of skill and rides to confront all your phobias. The Scream Park features live actors as well as visual and audio effects to package their fear and scare experience for the not-so-faint-hearted.
  • The Wildlife Park is a zoo which is both educative as well as interactive. You will find friendly wildlife there and the children will love interacting with them.
  • Sunway Lagoon is also famous for hosting global events like the MTV World Stage.

Sunway Lagoon Ticket Price:

For International Traveler:
Adult: RM180
Child (12 years old and below): RM150
Senior Citizen: RM150

For Malaysian: 
Adult: RM120
Child (12 years old and below): RM96
Senior Citizen: RM96

Address: 3, Jalan PJS 11/11, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-5639 0000
Opening Hours:
Daily: 10:00am – 6:00pm
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3. Lost World Tambun, Perak

Ran by the Sunway Group, the Lost World of Tambun is a great getaway from busy city schedules and the demands of school and college. Set in the valleys of Ipoh, a region with a rich tin mining history during the English Colonial Period, the limestone cliffs surrounding the resort will take your breath away.

The Lost World of Tambun is approximately 200 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur heading North. The town of Ipoh is in the Perak Region in the northern part of Peninsular Malaysia.

Also read: 5 Theme Parks In Johor For Families & Kids

Lost World Tambun Attractions:

  • The Water World theme park is a must-visit when you are at Ipoh. There are great pools to while your time in; massive slides and you can also enjoy a leisurely trip on floats in one of Asia’s longest river of adventure.
  • The amusement park features rides and games of all sorts for people of all ages. The carnival atmosphere will leave you asking for more.
  • The Zoo is another place to visit. From large animals like tigers to smaller ones that your kids can pet, the zoo will educate and entertain all who visit it.
  • The Lost World Hotel is another attraction to The lost world of Tambun. With luxury rooms and great service, you will be pampered after all the activities in the resort.
  • Dotted all over the resort are hot springs that are said to be medicinal in nature. Take the time to relax in the relaxing hot water in between the numerous activities at the theme park.

Lost World Tambun Ticket Price:

Walk-in Rates:
For International Traveler:
Adult: RM95
Child (12 years old and below): RM88
Senior Citizen: RM88

For Malaysian:
Adult: RM68
Child (12 years old and below): RM58
Senior Citizen: RM58

Purchase Online:
For International Traveler:
Adult: RM85.50
Child (12 years old and below): RM79.20
Senior Citizen: RM79.20

For Malaysian:
Adult: RM61.75
Child (12 years old and below): RM57.20
Senior Citizen: RM57.20

Address: No.1, Persiaran Lagun Sunway 1, Sunway City Ipoh, 31150 Ipoh, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia.
Contact: +605-542 8888
Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday: 11:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday, Sunday, School and Public Holidays: 10:00am –  6:00pm
Closed on: Tuesday, except on school & public holidays
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4. Berjaya Times Square Theme Park, Kuala Lumpur

Another theme park in Malaysia’s beautiful capital is the theme park famously known as Berjaya Times Square. It boasts the biggest indoor theme park in the country with approximately 130,000 square feet dedicated to fun and amusement.

It is located in the 5th and 7th floors of the Berjaya Times Square complex. It offers a wide range of rides and games for a fulfilling fun time for the entire family as well as groups and couples.

It is a haven for thrill seekers who go for the exciting rides that pump out their adrenaline in gallons. Situated in the city, accessibility is easy and the opening hours are long.

Berjaya Times Square Theme Park Attractions:

  • There are plenty of safe rides and games to choose from even for the youngest kids.
  • Located in the vast mall, there are plenty of places to dine and take refreshments.
  • Your shopping needs are fully satiated here as retail space is generous and all major brands are well represented here.
  • Here you will find well stocked souvenir shops as well as vast gift shops for you to take mementoes.
  • The Fantasy Garden is a must-visit for the family. Here you will enjoy the rides and other amusements as you savour the quality time this theme park provides.
  • Accommodation is readily available in the good hotels and apartments surrounding the mall.

Berjaya Times Square Theme Park Ticket Price:

For International Traveler:
Adult: RM60
Child (12 years old and below): RM50
Senior Citizen (60 years old and above): RM27

For Malaysian:
Adult: RM41
Child (12 years old and below): RM30
Senior Citizen: RM16

Address: Level 5, Berjaya Times Square, No.1, Jalan Imbi, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-2117 3118
Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday: 12:00pm– 22:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 11:00am – 22:00pm
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5. Melaka Wonderland

Melaka is a fairly new tourist zone as compared to other more established areas in Malaysia. One of the main attractions here is the Melaka Wonderland. It is Malaysia’s newest water theme park.

It attracts lots of tourists from Malaysia as well as from abroad. The park is designed to accommodate everyone; kids, teenagers, families and adults as well. They take the safety of visitors very seriously and try hard to make your visit as memorable as possible.

Surrounded by a recreational forest measuring 360 hectares, the theme park features a total of 16 attractions with names like the Tornado Chaser for the thrill seekers, the Adventure Island, 1 Big wave pool and many more.

Melaka Wonderland Attractions:

  • If you love water theme parks, this is one place you need to visit when you are in the region. The slides are fantastic and the water is clean.
  • The kiddie pools and slides are just as exciting as they are safe. Your kids and teens will remember this theme park for a long time.
  • The views of the natural forest are breathtaking and calming to the soul.
  • There are many refreshment points in the park as well as dining areas.

Melaka Wonderland Ticket Price:

For International Traveler:
Adult: RM49.75
Child (12 years old and below): RM42.65
Senior Citizen: RM27.25

For Malaysian:
Weekday:
Adult: RM37.90
Child (12 years old and below): RM30.80
Senior Citizen: RM23.70

Weekend:
Adult: RM42.65
Child (12 years old and below): RM36.75
Senior Citizen: RM23.70

Address: Lot PT 17178, Lebuh Ayer Keroh, Hang Tuah Jaya, 75450 Ayer Keroh, Melaka, Malaysia.
Contact: +606 – 231 3333 / +606 – 231 1119
Opening Hours:
Tuesday – Friday: 11:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday – Sunday, School Holiday , Public Holiday: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm
Closed on: Monday
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6. A’ Famosa Melaka

A’ Famosa Resort, not far from the Malaysian town of Melaka is one of the country’s leading leisure, holiday and golfing destinations. Melaka itself is rich in History and it is the 16th century Portuguese fortifications that gave A’Famosa Resort its name.

Since it was founded in the early nineties, it has developed to be an attraction to millions of tourists from Malaysia, Singapore, and greater Asia and from all over the world as well.

Just off the North-South Highway, A’Famosa Resort is just short of an hour by road from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and an hour and a half from Kuala Lumpur city center.

A’Famosa Melaka Attractions:

  • The Championship golf course is the main attraction here. Designed by Ross C. Watson, a famed Australian Golf Course Architect, the Golf Course has all the hallmarks of a world-class championship course.
  • The first theme park on the grounds was the Water world. With its magnificent pools, innovative slides and children’s facilities, the Water World has welcomed millions of fun lovers ever since its inception.
  • The Animal World Safari was completed in 2001. It has plenty of roaming animals as well as others that perform tricks for the visitors.
  • The Cowboy Town will take you back to the Wild West Era with Indians, outlaws and nightly shows of life back then.
  • If you want a break from it all, you can visit the historic town of Melaka to feel the history of this part of Malaysia.

A’Famosa Melaka Ticket Price:

Weekday:
Adult: Price from RM43 to RM98
Child: Price from RM32 to RM81

Weekend:
Adults: Price from RM48 to RM105
Child: Price from RM35 to RM89
You may find more information on the package prices here.

Address: Jalan Kemus, Simpang Empat, 78000 Alor Gajah, Malacca, Malaysia
Contact: +606-552 0888
Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday: 11:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday – Sunday, School Holiday , Public Holiday: 9:00am – 8:00pm
Closed on: Tuesday
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7. Desaru Coast Water Park

THRILLING is the perfect word to describe “Adventure Waterpark Desaru Coast” which has one of the largest wave pools in the world at their Tidal Wave Beach!

Desaru Coast Water Park Highlights:

  • For adventure seekers, be ready to be blown away by the Kraken’s Revenge 360-degree twisted roller coaster ride plunging down from as high as 30 meters!
  • For adults and families with older children, be ready to scream for joy through their four famous giant water slides (Super Twister, Riptide, Tempest, and Wild Whirl).

 

This Desaru Waterpark is particularly famous among family with young children because of their HUGE children water play area (Kids Ahoy).

Tips & Reminders:

  • Do bring along your towels
  • Lockers available for rent
  • Nearest hotel: Hard Rock Hotel Desaru Coast

Desaru Coast Waterpark Ticket Price:

Malaysian
Adult (12 – 59 years old): RM94
Senior Citizen (60 & above): RM70
Children (3 – 11 years old): RM70

Non-Malaysian
Adult (12 – 59 years old): RM128
Senior Citizen (60 & above): RM96
Children (3 – 11 years old): RM96

 

8. Bukit Gambang Theme Park, Pahang

The Bukit Gambang Water Park and Safari Park is located in the resort city of the same name. Set in a massive 727 acres of land, the resort is a major attraction of tourists from Malaysia and the world.

There are 3 world-class hotels right in the resort for your accommodation purposes. The resort city is amidst many natural and cultural attractions as well.

The East Coast Expressway will take you to the resort which you will find just 35 km from the beach city of Kuantan. It is 218 km from Kuala Lumpur by road. It is 40 minutes by air from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and 65 minutes from Singapore’s Changi Airport.

Bukit Gambang Theme Park Attractions:

  • Enjoy the Water Park at the resort to the fullest. The slides will keep everyone occupied while the kids will love frolicking in the pools. Take a floater down the resort’s river as well. You can even rent a wooden cabana to relax in at the water park.
  • The Safari Park is not a place you want to miss. It is the largest zoo in Malaysia with free roaming animals which include Malaysia’s rare white lions.
  • World class accommodation is offered at the resort.

Bukit Gambang Theme Park Ticket Price:

Water Park
Adult: RM 38
Child / Senior Citizen / OKU: RM 28
Child below 90cm: free

Safari Park
Adult: RM 68
Child / Senior Citizen / OKU: RM 48
Child below 90cm: free

Combo Ticket (Safari Park + Water Park )
Adult: RM 78
Child / Senior Citizen / OKU: RM 58

Address: 26300 Gambang, Kuantan Pahang, Malaysia.
GPS: https://bit.ly/2q66vVL
Contact: +609-548 8000
Opening Hours:
Safari Park:
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday: 12:00pm – 9:00pm
Friday – Sunday, Public & School Holiday: 10:00am – 9:00am
Closed on: Monday except during School & Public Holidays

Water Park:
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: 11:00am – 6:00pm
Friday – Sunday, School & Public Holidays: 9:30am – 6:30pm
Closed on: Tuesday except during School & Public Holidays

9. Bangi Wonderland Theme Park

Splish and splash! It is all about water play FUN when it comes to this affordable water theme park in Bangi, Selangor.

Bangi Wonderland Theme Park Highlights:

Children can go crazy at this pirate-themed multi-level water playground at Kids Adventure where they can enjoy various super fun slides!

For more adrenaline pump, be sure to try out these amazing water slides:

  • Body Slide and Insane Racer (min. height 110cm)
  • The Fall (min. height 130cm)
  • Boomeriang and Wonder Loop (min. height 150cm)
  • Green Pearl (min. height 160cm)

After all the exciting slide adventures, you can relax at their Wave Pool or ride in a tube along Meander River.

Tips & Reminders:

  • Bring along towels
  • Lockers and tubes available for rent

Bangi Wonderland Theme Park Ticket Price:

Malaysian
Adult (12 – 59 years old): RM55
Senior Citizen (60 & above): RM28
Children (below 12 years old): RM45
Children (below 90cm height): Free

Non-Malaysian
Adult (12 – 59 years old): RM66
Senior Citizen (60 & above): RM33
Children (below 12 years old): RM56
Children (below 90cm height): Free

Address: No. 2, Persiaran Bangi Avenue, Bangi Avenue, 43000 Selangor, Malaysia
Contact: +603-8912 8333
Opening Hours:
Monday & Wednesday to Friday: 11:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday, Sunday, School & Public Holiday: 10:00am -6:00pm
Closed On: Tuesday (except for school and public holiday)
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10. I-City Theme Park, Selangor

Famous for its digital lights, I-City Theme Park is packed with various attractions that are fun, thrilling and non-stop fun! After sundown, the park is mostly frequented by visitors who come to view its colourful display of LED lights which tend to be the highlight of the park.

It is only about an hour’s drive from the city of Kuala Lumpur and you wouldn’t be able to miss the theme park because the grand Ferris wheel is clearly visible when you drive on the Federal Highway.

I-City Theme Park Attractions:

  • 5D cinema is where you enjoy a cinematic experience by not only watching the movie but also to feel you’re inside the movie. Get your heart thumping as you ride on a wild adventure with every screams and vibration.
  • Go wow when you walk through WOW street with an array of shops offering selections of food and beverages.
  • Feel the goosebumps as you walk inside a 15,000 sq feet haunted house full of scary surprises, creepy entertainment and get spook at every corner combined with sound and visual effects.
  • Get up close and party with some of the famous icons made out of wax and admire their uncanny resemblance at the Red Carpet.
  • Playing with snow is almost impossible but not in I-City Snowalk, at -5 degrees filled with thick snow and 100 tonnes of ice sculptures. This is an arctic experience you wouldn’t want to miss.
  • For the young and old, Itsy Bitsy Fun World is an attraction for some family bonding time.
  • Have a splashing good time at the WaterWorld by getting on the popular rides like Tornado Ride, Spiral and Rainbow Slides, River Adventure, Giant Jacuzzi and many more.

I-City Theme Park Ticket Price:

Register new i-Card at RM10 and you can top-up as much as you need

Address: D-1-G, Jalan Multimedia 7/AJ, CityPark, i-City, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-5521 8800
Opening Hours:
Daily: 11:00am – 12:00am
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11. District 21 Indoor Adventure Theme Park, Putrajaya

Get your adrenaline pumping and your muscles flexing for this indoor apocalypse themed adventure park fitted in a 70,000 sq feet of air-conditioned atrium located inside 101 Mall, Putrajaya.

Jump, slide, climb, ride and even fly with District 21 in their all-day fun activities for the entire family. This venue is also an ideal spot for birthday celebration, school visitations, and corporate events that require full participation and engagement of everyone.

District 21 Indoor Adventure Theme Park Attractions:

  • You’ve seen it on TV but now is your chance to test your stamina, strength and agility in the first ever Indoor Ninja Warrior Course! Complete the obstacles to claim victory.
  • Challenge your strength and problem-solving skills in the Power Station as you climb the wall as high as possible.
  • Go Pedal is where you pedal to the metal as you race across the 57m track on the human-powered cart.
  • Mixing roller coaster and zip lining experience together to get First World’s Indoor Roller Glider by gliding along the pipes in curves.
  • Bounce around, flip and do a somersault (if you can) on the Launch Pad that comes with a large trampoline field.
  • Celebrate your birthday with amazing deals from District 21 birthday package or ice skating birthday package.

District 21 Indoor Adventure Theme Park Ticket Price:

Monday to Friday: RM68
Saturday, Sunday, Public and School Holiday: RM85
Non-Active Pass: RM10

Address: District 21, AT 6, Level 1, IOI City Mall, Lebuh IRC, IOI Resort City, 62502 Putrajaya, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-8328 8888
Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday: 12:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday, Sunday, Public and School Holiday: 10:00am – 8:00pm
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12. Teluk Bahang Escape Theme Park, Penang

Want to get away from the bustling mundane city and into the realm of adventure? Let’s ESCAPE (pun intended) to the great outdoors filled with sunshine, mud and get closer to nature at Escape Adventure Theme Park.

Toss your electronic device and dive into various exciting and challenging activities that promote wellness, engagement of human touch while exploring the environment.

The purpose of this theme park is to reminisce the good old days’ experience in the sun. Plus point is that their safety procedures are second to none, thus your safety is prioritized.

Teluk Bahang Escape Theme Park Attractions:

  • Be bold and take a leap off the ledge, learn to balance yourself, zip flying down the rope, swing around like a monkey or soar into the sky on all the gratifying rides and activities.
  • Splash, discover, slide and swim in the water park. Float around in the lazy pool or jump onto a dare-devil slide to create your own stunts.
  • Scurry around the burrow in a hide-and-seek adventure with your family at A-Maze and Foxy Burrow.
  • There are also smaller activities for little kids to enjoy by going through mini obstacles and challenges or experience mining by searching for hidden treasures.
  • Feel the adrenaline rush by racing downhill with your friends or family on a tubby tub.

Teluk Bahang Escape Theme Park Ticket Price:

1-Day
Adult: RM167
Junior (4-12 years): RM111
Child (0-3 years): free
Senior: RM111
Combo ticket: you can book your combo ticket here

12 months access
Adult: RM980
Child & Senior: RM600

Address: 828 Jalan Teluk Bahang, 11050 Penang, Malaysia
Contact: +604-8811 106
Opening Hours:
Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Closed on: Monday

 

13. Skytrex Adventure, Selangor

Don’t just stuck at home, go outside of your house, breathe some fresh air, get your muscle working and get closer to nature! These are the purpose of Skytrex Adventure of providing educational fun in an eco-friendly environment that guarantees hours of fun.

There are 3 circuits that you can choose from- Little Adventure, Big Thrill and Extreme Challenge that comes with various challenges along the way that you should complete it. However, there are exit points for those unable to complete the challenge or require immediate evacuation.

Skytrex Adventure Attractions:

  • Little adventure is for little ones and elderly who want to sample the excitement of zip lining, simple canopy walk and less frightening than the other two circuits. Also, there are courses for children that are nearer to the ground.
  • Step up your game with Big Thrill to face off 23 challenges that may bring out your fear, to name a few such as Wobble Trouble, Happy Hopper and Wild Revenge.
  • Up for the big boys? Then go head strong to try 21 Extreme Challenges listed out for you to complete them at a minimum of 2 hours. Go for the Big Thrill first if is your first time.
  • Ideal venue for birthday party and corporate events for telematch and team-building.
  • Enjoy other facilities like skydeck, skypad, BBQ pit or Agrolodge for the whole day at a minimal fee.

Skytrex Adventure Ticket Price:

Little Adventure: RM40
Big Thrill: RM50
Extreme Challenge: RM60

Address: Jalan Liku 8/1, Seksyen 8, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor
GPS: https://bit.ly/2Em2D7o
Contact: +6013-276 9841
Opening Hours:
Tuesdays – Fridays: 9:00am – 1:30pm
Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays: 8:30am – 3:00pm
Closed on: Monday except holidays
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14. Kidzania, Kuala Lumpur 

School holiday is here and you have no idea where to bring your children? Kidzania is the ideal place for the young minds to explore, engage, interact, experience real-life occupations and get to learn hands-on activities in a friendly environment.

At the end of the day, your child will develop incredible skills, learn to be independent, understand the value of teamwork and most of all inspire a child’s mind to think, create and expand their knowledge.

Kidzania Attractions:

  • Offers 100 activities for young children to learn real-life skills and perform real-life jobs in a simulated environment.
  • Get to choose the role or occupation that you like and perform them as real as possible.
  • The kids don’t get all the fun as adults can join and interact with their children through the various activities and thus encouraging them.
  • Kidzania comes to you by attending your school! The great opportunity for all students around Malaysia to enjoy and learn the out-of-classroom activity.
  • Why not blow your candles in one of the coolest places that come with 3 different birthday packages.
  • Bring out your inner child to enjoy the little things or utilize the space for corporate events.

Kidzania Ticket Price:

Ages 0-1: Free
Ages 2-3: RM43
Ages: 4-17: RM89
Ages 18-59: RM47
Ages 60+: RM36

Address: Curve NX, 18 Jalan PJU 7/5, Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-7839 9488
Opening Hours:
Sunday – Friday10:00am – 5:00pm
Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Closed on: Monday except holidays
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15. Austin Heights Adventure Park, Johor 

Austin Height Adventure Park (also called Mount Austin Water Park) offers great selection of adventurous attractions that will keep you and your family endless hours of fun. Although the water park is the main highlight of the overall park but the dry park is equally exciting!

Located in Mount Austin with its visible slides, you’ll get to enjoy some family quality time. The never-ending fun awaits you!

Austin Heights Adventure Park Attractions:

  • Enjoy sliding down the slope in excitement by zip lining with a cable mounted on a slope and a pulley suspended on it.
  • Crawl through the tunnel that is high above the ground. This gives a thrilling experience for users by bringing out the fear of height but don’t be afraid as there is a lifeline attached to you.
  •  Test your balancing skills by stepping on each rope carefully and balance yourself well. These are the few attractions in rope balancing; Rope Trapeze and series of U-shaped hanging ropes.
  • Cross the nets hanging in the air at the Pirate Crossing by climbing over step-by-step with your hands and feet.
  • Jump around and practice your slam dunk and dodgeball moves in Jump Street- a large trampoline park where everyone can jump as high as they want.
  • Have you ever watch Tokyo Drift and want to learn the moves?  A fast go-kart called M7 Drift is at ‘Drift in Austin’ that allows you to drift as much as you want.
  • Ice-skating is almost impossible in a tropical country so why not try wax skating that is similar to ice-skating. Enjoy the thrills of gliding and skating around the rink while learning the twist and turns of a figure skater.

Austin Heights Adventure Park Ticket Price:

Water Park/ Theme Park:
Adult:RM88
Child: RM78

Address: 71, Jalan Austin Heights 8/1, Taman Mount Austin, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia.
Contact: +6019-716 3183
Opening Hours:
Daily: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
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16. Angry Birds Activity Park, Johor Bahru

Set right inside Komtar JBCC, Johor Bahru’s premier mall is the Angry Birds Activity Park. With 20,000 square feet of fun and entertainment space, there is no shortage of wonderful experiences for kids, teens and their parents as well.

Your family will be thoroughly amused by all that goes on there. With 12 hours business hours, from 10:00am to 10:00pm, you will have the opportunity to give your family all the fun they would ever want in a day as well as relax and unwind in the set areas for refreshments.

The Angry Birds Activity Park is one of the most accessible theme parks in Johor Bahru. You will find it at the KOMTAR JBCC mall right in the city center. This is right across the causeway from Singapore and is welcome to all.

Angry Birds Activity Park Attractions:

  • You and your family will experience the best Angry Birds shows you can imagine. These shows are staged all through their opening hours.
  • There are literally acres of space of fun and amusement for all the family. There are games to keep everyone occupied.
  • The ‘open’ hours allow you and your family to sample all the games and enjoy all the shows at the Angry Birds Activity Park. There are plenty of places set aside for dining and refreshments at the Park. There are also other fine restaurants in the mall as well.
  • There is awesome shopping at the JBCC mall. Acres of shopping space allows you to browse for goodies way into the night.

Angry Birds Activity Park Ticket Price:

For International Traveler:
Single Entry: RM75/pax
Annual Pass: RM230/pax
Family Pass of 4 Persons: RM280/pax
Family Annual Pass: RM850/pax

For Malaysian:
Single Entry: RM60/pax
Annual Pass: RM180/pax
Family Pass of 4 Persons: RM218/pax
Family Annual Pass: RM700/pax

Address: Level 3, KOMTAR JBCC, Johor Bahru City Centre, 80000 Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia.
Contact: +607 – 221 0260 / +607 – 300 5090
Opening Hours:
Daily: 10:00am – 10:00pm
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17. 20th Century Fox Theme Park (Coming Soon) 

The former Genting Highlands Theme Park is close to make way for 20th Century Fox Theme Park. The whole theme park is getting a new makeover! This theme park has been the talk of the country but there is no official announcement of the opening yet.

Recently, constructions are still ongoing and can be seen by visitors who has visited Genting Highlands. Visitors can also catch a full glimpse from the top view while riding the Awana Skyway Gondola Cable Car.

Image credits: bigkl.com

Fancy going to a world-class theme park 2,000 metres up in the mountains together with top-notch accommodations and fun-filled attractions. This is definitely a theme park not to be missed!

 

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If you want an unforgettable experience, their 7-10 seater MPV taxis are spacious and will comfortably accommodate a family or a group of friends together with all your luggage. You will not go wrong with this choice of transport.

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By Amanda K. on July 4, 2020   /   JB Theme Park, Legoland Malaysia  

Malaysia’s greatest theme parks | CNN Travel

Editor’s Note — CNN Travel’s series often carries sponsorship originating from the countries and regions we profile. However, CNN retains full editorial control over all of its reports. Read the policy.

This article was originally published in November 2015.

(CNN) — Malaysia is fast becoming the theme park capital of Southeast Asia, with 16 theme parks and water parks spread around the country, and 10 more reported to be opening in the next few years.

Tourism’s on the rise in Malaysia, and international and local corporations have been working together on a host of ambitious new projects with an emphasis on family-friendly attractions rather than white-knuckle roller coaster rides. The planet’s first Twentieth Century Fox World is set to open at Resorts World Genting late next year, with about 25 rides and attractions based on Fox films such as “Ice Age,” “Rio,” “Alien vs. Predator,” “Planet of the Apes” and “Night at the Museum.” Entertainment-themed concepts in the works include Ipoh Perak’s Movie Animation Park, Malacca’s Jurassic Park and a rumored park inspired by Malaysian cartoon characters Upin and Ipin park in Sepang Selangor.

Meanwhile, video game giant Ubisoft is planning to open a park in Kuala Lumpur by 2020.

For water fans, there’s the Eco Marine Theme Park in Malacca, the Ocean Quest Marine Theme Park and Ocean Splash Water Park at Desaru Johor, Langkawi Eco Theme Park on Langkawi Island, and Splash Park at Port Dickson.

Here’s our pick of the country’s best theme parks that are open right now, all found on the Malaysian peninsula.

Most of the parks require at least a half-day or full day to do them justice.

Kuala Lumpur

This fun theme park is inside Berjaya Times Square Shopping Mall in the Golden Triangle, Kuala Lumpur’s shopping and entertainment hub. At 12,360 square meters spread across three levels — including a Fantasy Garden and Galaxy Station — it’s the country’s largest indoor theme park.

The star attraction is the indoor roller coaster which loops and turns inside the mall itself.

When the rides are done, there are numerous hotels nearby and the many shopping malls of Bukit Bintang to explore. It’s a great destination for families planning a stay in Kuala Lumpur.

Admission: RM 51 ($12) for adults and RM 41 ($10) for children.

An educational theme park for youngsters, KidZania is housed indoors at the Curve NX building in Mutiara Damansara. It’s 30 to 45 minutes by taxi from the city center.

The concept is a children’s city built to scale: The little ones choose an occupation — be it police officer, construction worker or chef — then don a uniform and get to work.

While the kids are busy, adults can pop next door to The Curve — one of Kuala Lumpur’s premiere shopping malls — or visit IKEA or the eCurve Entertainment Center. The Royale Bintang Hotel and Royal Chulan Hotel are a five-minute walk away. The park gets very busy at weekends, so weekday visits are best.

Admission: RM 38 ($9) for adults and for children aged two to three years old. RM 75 ($18) for children aged between four and 17.

Johor

Asia’s first Lego theme park, Legoland Malaysia opened in 2012 in Nusajaya, Johor — near the border with Singapore — and has since expanded to include a water park and a hotel. Next year it will introduce a new ride based on Ninjago, the ninja-themed Lego play sets.

It’s part of the Iskandar Development, which also includes some hotels and smaller-scale theme parks, such as attractions inspired by Hello Kitty and Angry Birds.

Most visitors come here as a standard tour package, but by car it’s a four-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur or 30 minutes from Singapore. It’s highly recommended for families and anyone who grew up with Lego. They also have an excellent “Star Wars” display.

Admission: RM 225 ($53) for adults and RM 180 ($43). Combo tickets for both theme park and water park.

Selangor

A 40-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur and 15 minutes from private airport Subang SkyPark, Sunway Lagoon is a multipark extravaganza, with 80 attractions spread over 360,000 square meters.

Adrenaline junkies will love the Extreme Park and scare-seekers can test their courage at the Scream Park. For water lovers, there’s the world’s largest man-made surf beach and the world’s largest water ride: the Vuvuzela.

The park is connected to the Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall and the 5-star Sunway Resort Hotel. Everything’s within walking distance, making things easier for families.

Admission: RM 150 ($36) for adults, RM 120 ($28) for children aged 11 years and under.

Malacca

Founded way back in 1992, A’Famosa is one of the grandaddies of the Malaysian scene.

It’s home to a water park, safari park, Old West theme park, as well as plenty of sporting and recreational activities. There’s also a range of hotel resorts and accommodation, and they host weddings, celebrations and business and other events.

Located in Alor Gajah, it attracts visitors from southern Malaysia and Singapore. It’s a two-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur or three hours from Singapore.

Admission:

Safari Wonderland: RM 74.00 ($18) for adults and RM 63.00 ($15) for children.

Water Theme Park: RM 48.00 ($11) and RM 36.00 ($9) for children.

Old West : RM 59.00 ($14) for adults and RM 48.00 ($11) for children.

Perak

Located in Sunway City in Ipoh, this theme park, water park and spa is hands down the most popular in the state of Perak. Managed by the Sunway Group, the Lost World of Tambun offers many attractions including an amusement park, water park, adventure park, petting zoo, tiger park and tin-mining experience.

One of the highlights here is Malaysia’s longest man-made adventure river, measuring 660 meters long.

To get here, drive along the PLUS Highway towards Ipoh, Perak, and then exit at Tambun. From there follow the directions to the theme park.

It’s a two-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur. There are plenty of hotels and resorts nearby to choose from including the stunning Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat and the Lost World Hotel in the park itself.

Admission: RM 47.55 ($11) for adults and RM 41.58 ($10) for children.

Pahang

What started out many years ago as a simple water park has now expanded into a full theme park and resort city catering to locals and international visitors alike.

The huge water park covers close to two square kilometers, and among its many attractions are a six-lane water slide, a Penguin Island, and Malaysia’s largest wave pool.

Its sister attraction, Bukit Gambang Safari Park, is the country’s biggest safari park and home to Malaysia’s only white lions. Nearby hotels include the Caribbean Bay Resort, Arabian Bay Resort and the Global Heritage Resort Villas.

To get here, take the East Coast Expressway, exit at Gambang then follow the signs. It’s about 200 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur and 340 kilometers from Singapore.

Admission: RM 70 ($17) for adults and RM 50 ($12) for children. Includes entry to both parks.

Resorts World Genting was Malaysia’s first fully fledged theme park and has been around for 30 years. It’ll get a new lease of life when the world’s first 20th Century Fox World theme park opens here in late 2016 or early 2017.

Genting Malaysia CEO Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay has said $300 million is being invested in the project and most visitors are expected to come from Malaysia with international arrivals coming mainly from China and Southeast Asia.

Penang

The good old-fashioned fun you’ll find here doesn’t require electricity or cutting-edge technology.

Kids can climb trees at Go Ape, swing through the air at Tarzan’s Rope or try the human-powered go-karts called Zoom Bugs.

It’s not just for kids either. As Escape declares on its website, “growing up is optional,” and people of all ages can enjoy leaping through the air at Atan’s Leap, climbing Gecko Tower, or racing downhill at Tubby Racer. The park opened three years ago and offers a physically active alternative to Malaysia’s other theme parks.

While out here on Penang Island, visitors can also experience the rest of the island’s food, culture and heritage, including the capital George Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Admission: RM 72 ($17) for “Big Kids” (13 to 60 years) and RM 50 ($12) for “Junior Kids” (4 to 12 years).

David Hogan Jr is a multiple award-winning travel writer, photographer and social media influencer based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He has been writing for tourism and travel since 2001 and has contributed to a number of local and international publications over the years. David writes for Malaysia Asia and now looks forward to exploring even more of Malaysia and Southeast Asia for 2016.

Genting and Fox Settle Malaysian Theme Park Battle

Genting Malaysia, the resorts and hotels group that last year sued Fox and Disney over theme park plans in Malaysia, says that all lawsuits have been settled out of court. It intends to restart building at the site.

“The parties have entered into a restated memorandum of agreement dated 25 July 2019 granting (Genting Malaysia) a license to use certain Fox intellectual properties. (Genting Malaysia) is currently updating its development and construction plans to complete the outdoor theme park utilizing both Fox and non-Fox intellectual properties,” Genting Malaysia said in a filing Friday to the Bursa Malaysia stock market in Kuala Lumpur. “The outdoor theme park shall also be renamed,” it added.

Genting Malaysia, which is part of the even larger Genting Berhad conglomerate, took legal action in the U.S. against the Hollywood pair in November last year. It argued that the then looming takeover of 21st Century Fox by Disney had caused Fox to abandon their commitment to jointly build 20th Century Fox World park. It said that the park location, adjacent to one of Genting Malaysia’s casinos, ran counter to Disney’s family friendly policies.

Genting Malaysia said that it had spent $750 million on the development and sought $1 billion of payments.

The Hollywood companies denied the charges. And Fox hit back with a counter-suit on Jan. 23.

Neither the filing, nor Genting Malaysia have clarified which Fox properties have been agreed on under the settlement. It is reported that building work was nearing completion, and that a third-party compliance body granted approval to two rides: “Independence Day – Defiance” and “Night at the Museum – Midnight Mayhem.

Genting Malaysia has not revealed the park’s new name or its expected opening date. Rather it said: “the settlement  of the legal proceedings is not expected to have any material effect on the consolidated earnings, net assets and gearing of (Genting Malaysia) for the financial year ending 31 December 2019.”

The company’s shares climbed steeply this week, ahead of the settlement news. They added a further 6%, reaching RM3.91, on late Friday afternoon.

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BVA BDRC | How to make theme parks successful in competitive markets

How to make theme parks successful in competitive markets

By Piers Lee

Singapore and Malaysia are becoming the theme park capitals for Southeast Asia.

Warm weather is often a prerequisite for theme parks, particularly for water parks, which makes Singapore and Malaysia ideal locations for such parks.  We also see this in other regions such as Florida and California in the USA.

Many of the theme parks are marketed as family-friendly attractions and for educational experiences and less about the white-knuckle roller coaster rides, although these ‘adrenaline rides’ still appeal to many segments of the market.

A recent survey we conducted shows that the leading parks visited in Malaysia include Sunway Lagoon, Genting, and LEGOLAND, with LEGOLAND having the highest number of visitors expected in the next 12 months.  In Singapore, Universal Studios followed by the Singapore Zoo are the top attractions.  But again LEGOLAND is high in the consideration set for future visits being just across the border in Southern Malaysia, and with heightened interest in LEGO following the LEGO movie and increasing interest in LEGO products.

In Malaysia, the Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) has recently opened, Resorts World will soon open 20th Century Fox World with attractions based on Fox films, and Video game producer Ubisoft is planning to open a park in Kuala Lumpur by 2020.

In Singapore, consumers are enjoying theme parks more than ever, with people recommending a range of theme parks to their friends and family.  This is a category that is highly dependent on word-of-mouth marketing with 48% of visitors referring to friends or family to get recommendations on theme parks (up from 40% in 2016).  Word-of-mouth is even higher in Malaysia at 61% (up from 55% in 2016).  Theme parks is also a category that people like to talk about – this year 44% of consumers in Singapore had heard people talking about new parks, attractions, or new rides/attractions, and 64% in Malaysia.

Singapore has the restrictions of space, which is why there are fewer theme parks under development compared to Malaysia.  But Singapore does benefit from being a major hub for the region, a popular ‘city break’ destination, and a useful stopover on long-haul flights from Europe to Australia where a theme park visit can be a nice inclusion to a trip.

However, theme parks are facing challenges in both markets.   Theme parks are still dependent on local markets, and both Singapore and Malaysia have modest populations (5.8 million and 31.2 million respectively).  Singapore’s declining birth rates could impact the supply of children to these theme parks in the long term, although Singapore does have a high non-citizen population at about 28% of its total, who often have young families.

In Malaysia, intentions to visit theme parks in the next year are down compared the previous year suggesting that Malaysian families are cutting back on their entertainment spending.  At the same time, there will be increasing competition for the share of families’ entertainment budget with new theme parks about to open.

Part of the solution to this challenge is to reach out to the international market.

Clearly, a very large market is Chinese inbound tourists, and many theme parks are investing in marketing their parks to this target audience and providing facilities to them such as Chinese payment apps that can be found in attractions like the Singapore Zoo.

But to provide more regular and sustainable business, theme parks also need to grow their domestic markets.  Parks are choosing strategic locations, e.g. next to malls, such that adults can go shopping while kids are left to be entertained in the theme park.  All-inclusive packages are popular for giving consumers a seamless, stress-free experience.  Parks are offering transport, park entrance and hotel packages, for example, if there are two theme parks requiring two days to visit (as in the LEGOLAND and its adjoining waterpark).

Based on in-depth research conducted by BVA BDRC, theme parks need to manage the visitor experience.  From this research, we developed five guidelines for visitor attractions:

  1. Create the context: all marketing material needs to be consistent with the theme such that the patron knows what to expect.
  2. Remove anxieties: engagement levels tend to be higher when physical needs are met, e.g. good F&B facilities (with well-known F&B brands), air-conditioned areas, sufficient seating/rest areas, etc.
  3. Categorise where possible: if the park is of an educational theme, make these bite-sized pieces and with mini-themes within the park. The more that attractions make language and information user-friendly, the more visitors are likely to connect.
  4. Relatability: parks that use well-known characters or movies are popular because people can relate to them better.
  5. Remove the effort: almost an overarching guideline covering many of the above, make it easier for the patron to ‘use the park’, including transport to the park and within the park, a range of payment options, the facility to leave and re-enter the park, fast track queues, etc.

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A sneak peek at Genting’s RM3.2b SkyWorlds theme park, opening mid-2021 (VIDEO) | Life

The park has been touted as ‘South-east Asia’s most anticipated theme park.’ — Picture courtesy of Resorts World Genting

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 23 — The wait is almost over as Resorts World Genting’s (RWG) movie-inspired theme park Genting SkyWorlds, is set to welcome visitors in the second quarter of 2021.

RWG’s head of business operations and strategy Lee Thiam Kit said that the group is committed to opening the park this year despite the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and movement control order (MCO).

Lee added that RWG has invested US$800 million (RM3.2 billion) into the park since its conception and believes it will be a valuable asset to the Malaysian economy and tourism industry.

“We’re committed to this park and we will see to it that it opens, barring unforeseen circumstances.

“Going forward, when we open, there will be jobs created and the park will add economic activity directly and indirectly as well as a boost to tourism in Malaysian and Pahang,” said Lee in a virtual press conference today.

Guests at Genting SkyWorlds will get to immerse themselves in nine movie and adventure-inspired worlds, namely Eagle Mountain, Central Park, Liberty Lane, Robots Rivet Town, Andromeda Base, Ice Age, Studio Plaza, Epic, and Rio.

The outdoor park spans a whopping 26 acres with something for everyone amongst its 26 rides and attractions, ranging from thrilling roller coasters to exciting water rides.

RWG’s head of theme parks Gregory Pearn said the park will also include rides that will be the first of its kind in the world and that details on these attractions will be unveiled closer to the opening date. 

Standing in long queues is set to be a thing of the past as Genting SkyWorlds has partnered with Alibaba to utilise virtual queue technology so guests can pre-book their spot on rides and attractions.

Visitors will also be spoilt for choice with a range of unique food and beverage options that will further enhance their theme park experience.

Construction on the park is in its final stages. — Picture courtesy of Resorts World Genting

Genting SkyWorlds, formerly known as 20th Century Fox World, will feature rides and attractions themed around films and franchises from 20th Century Studios.

This includes Ice Age, Night at the Museum, and Planet of the Apes.

Pearn noted that these worlds will be accompanied by original intellectual properties (IPs) from Genting as well.

“We do have some (20th Century Studios) IPs in the park such as Rio and Ice Age which are fantastic IPs to have.

“We are also complementing these with our own homegrown IPs and in the long-term, the plan is to introduce other IPs to the park as well.

“Having Genting SkyWorlds as the hero of the product gives us the chance to be more creative with the proposition and allows us more freedom with what we want to introduce at a later stage,” said Pearn.

(From left) RWG executive vice president of leisure and hospitality Datuk Edward Arthur Holloway, head of business operations and strategy Lee Thiam Kit, head of theme parks Gregory Pearn, and vice president of theme parks Sanjay Nadarajah. — Picture courtesy of Resorts World Genting

Due to the closure of international borders, RWG executive vice president of leisure and hospitality Datuk Edward Arthur Holloway said the plan is to focus on the local market for the next six months to one year before targeting foreign visitors.

Pearn added that Genting SkyWorlds will reveal more about its star attractions and other details such as ticket prices in the coming months.

Cameron Highlands to open new outdoor theme park with ski slopes in 2023

Malaysia will soon get another theme park in the highlands, this time amid the cool surroundings of Cameron Highlands.

Escape Cameron Highlands is an upcoming nature-based adventure park that will be built into the natural hilly landscape of the popular holiday spot in Pahang.

The first phase of the theme park, spanning across a 60-acre (24.28ha) valley at an elevation of 220m, is scheduled to open in the first half of 2023.

Upon completion, the European-themed park will be the first of its kind in the region to offer an outdoor ski attraction within an equatorial climate.

Upon completion, the European-themed park will be the first of its kind in the region to offer an outdoor ski attraction within an equatorial climate. Photos: Sim Leisure Group

Its developer Sim Leisure Group has assured that the park will preserve the natural habitat of Cameron Highlands, setting the trend for sustainable theme park development. Construction of the venue will adopt a low impact development approach in design and execution.

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“Escape Cameron Highlands will adopt our signature minimalist approach to construction, minimal disturbance to nature, lots of tree planting, minimal use of energy, rainwater harvesting, and lots of recycling initiatives,” said Sim Leisure Group founder and chief executive officer Sim Choo Kheng.

The upcoming theme park, Sim said, will be a “zero-energy facility”.

“We will rely 100% on renewable energy which will come mainly from our photovoltaic facility, some from wind turbines and mini hydropower,” he explained.

Escape Cameron Highlands is an upcoming nature-based adventure park that will be built into the natural hilly landscape of the popular holiday spot in Pahang.

On the decision to build a theme park in Cameron Highlands, Sim said it boiled down to the destination’s untapped potential.

“Cameron Highlands is definitely more than just nice weather, vegetables and strawberries. It has a huge potential of becoming a world-class family friendly destination,” he said.

This marks the third Escape brand of theme parks in Malaysia after Escape Penang and Escape Challenge in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

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Fun in the highlands

Escape Cameron Highlands will feature the company’s signature downhill rides and adventure-based attractions.

It will also incorporate the brand’s Gravityplay and Adventureplay games to new heights, capitalising on the site’s overall 220m height difference.

More notably, the park will showcase the world’s first outdoor ski facility in an equatorial setting, featuring a ski lift elevating visitors to the top.

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Meanwhile, a 1.2km dry ski track will take skiers through scenic routes, including local themed villages.

Escape Cameron Highlands will feature the company’s signature downhill rides and adventure-based attractions.

Escape Cameron Highlands will be themed into five different European villages at varying elevations.

The section will start with the Iberian village at the bottom, followed by the British, Balkan and Nordic villages moving up, before finally peaking at the Alpine village at the top.

The themed villages will feature accommodation and rental offerings, in addition to hosting traditional European pastimes and activities.

According to Sim, the upcoming theme park will introduce new attractions annually.

“Unlike other theme parks, Escape adopts the strategy of development in multiple phases to continuously add the novelty factor by introducing new attractions every year,” he said.

Escape Cameron Highlands is built in collaboration with the site’s landowner, Hektar Muda Sdn Bhd, led by Datuk Jimmy Doh.

Doh said there are still “substantial landbank” remaining around the site of the upcoming theme park.

“We have a far-sighted vision for Cameron Highlands, involving securing more operational partners to assist us in this journey, while being anchored by Escape Cameron Highlands,” he said.

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90,000 Tour to Genting Highlands Park in Malaysia, prices for 2021

Genting Highlands is a unique entertainment complex located in the mountains at an altitude of 2000 m 51 km northeast of Kuala Lumpur. This is the most famous resort in Malaysia, where it is pleasant to take a break from the hot and humid climate of the plains. Many come here not only to breathe fresh air, but also to have fun at local discos and restaurants.

Genting Highlands Amusement Park

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The main attraction of Genting Highlands is considered to be two Theme Parks, indoor and outdoor, offering more than 50 different attractions using new technologies. In the open park, water slides coexist with dizzying “American” ones, and a merry carousel towers over an artificial lake. In the closed park, you can plunge into the exciting world of the latest computer games. Here you can also go boating on the lake, take riding lessons at the horse farm, and golf lovers can play their favorite game on the picturesque course of the golf club.

Genting Highlands Amusement Park, Malaysia

Theme Parks also houses the famous Sky Venture attraction – the air flow into which you jump recreates the effect of weightlessness. They say that many skydivers use this attraction as a simulator. Among the novelties of the park is the Snow World attraction: a sled, a snowball game.

Genting Highlands Amusement Park, Malaysia

Genting Highlands is always fun for both adults and children. As the resort is located at an altitude of 2000 m above sea level, it can be reached by a high-speed cable car, admiring the mountain scenery passing underfoot, while the luggage will be delivered to the hotel by car or by bus along the newest asphalt road.

Genting Highlands Amusement Park, Malaysia

A special attraction is the Galleria Observatory, located on the 18th floor of the Genting Hotel. From here, in clear weather, you can see the panorama of Kuala Lumpur and the Malacca Strait, and local guides will acquaint you with the history of the construction of the resort in the local museum located here on the observation deck.

Amusement Park Genting Highlands, Malaysia

Not far from Genting Highlands at an altitude of 1000 m above sea level is the famous Awana Golf & Country Club.Its 18-hole course is meticulously planned and extraordinarily picturesque. Awanna Golf Club is one of the few places where you can play golf while admiring the clouds below.

Genting Highlands Amusement Park, Malaysia

In the evenings, the concert halls of the hotels always host pop performances with the participation of foreign stars, while the kids can have fun in the evening in the numerous attractions and playrooms located on the ground and ground floors hotels.Gamblers are waiting for casinos that work around the clock.

Genting Highlands Amusement Park, Malaysia

For gourmets, 35 different restaurants are always open, specializing in cuisines from different countries of the world.

Amusement Park Genting Highlands, Malaysia

Those who come to Genting Highlands for a few days can stay in one of the comfortable hotels for all tastes, from family apartments to 5 * hotel.

Genting Highlands Amusement Park, Malaysia

90,000 Entertainment in Malaysia

Malaysia is not only luxurious beaches and pristine exotic nature, but also a whole kaleidoscope of various entertainments.There will be plenty to do and
shopping lovers, and regulars of nightclubs, and connoisseurs of golf. Malaysian resorts have created a unique entertainment infrastructure, so tourists will definitely not get bored.
have to.

Sunway Lagoon Amusement Park (description, opening hours, prices)

If you are visiting the capital of the country, the city of Kuala Lumpur, be sure to visit the famous Sunway Lagoon Amusement Park. It is only 15 minutes away from
metropolis. Here, on an area of ​​more than 32 hectares, a full-fledged entertainment resort is laid out, a mere quick inspection of which can take a whole day.

Today at Sunway Lagoon there are:

  • Luna Park and Extreme Amusement Park;
  • Water amusement park;
  • Malaysian Wildlife Park;
  • Horror Park;
  • and other exciting attractions.

In addition, Sunway Lagoon has a huge shopping center, dozens of cafes and restaurants, and a luxurious 5-star hotel. Doors of all institutions of the Park
open from early morning until late evening, 7 days a week.

Bukit Bintang Quarter

Bukit Bintang is the busiest, youth and hangout area in the Malaysian capital. Life in this part of Kuala Lumpur is in full swing at any time of the day. Here
a countless number of bars, bistros and street eateries, nightclubs and souvenir shops are concentrated. Street food prices in Bukit Bintang are among the lowest in the city, so
a snack in the block is not a problem. In addition, there is an excellent selection of local jewelry and batik, so after visiting your next bar, do not forget to get these original souvenirs.

Golf clubs in Malaysia

Malaysia is one of the best golfing destinations in all of Southeast Asia. This country has more than three dozen excellent golf courses and
a dozen golf clubs. They are mainly located in the resort regions, as well as right in the middle of the unspoiled Malaysian jungle.

All golf courses in Malaysia are of the highest international standards. They are very well maintained, there are restaurants and hotels for players in their surroundings,
specialized shops with all the necessary ammunition.Every tourist can join one of the golf clubs and play for their own pleasure. The cost of one game starts from about $ 20,
depending on the size of the field and the popularity of the club to which it belongs.

It is noteworthy that both experienced professionals and beginners can enjoy this aristocratic game in Malaysia – for them small fields are set up, with
a small number of holes. Novice players can take an express training course with instructors and learn the basics
golf course.

Nightclubs in Malaysia

In Kuala Lumpur, there are more than fifty nightclubs and discos, both very small and accommodating up to 2 thousand people. They are scattered throughout the metropolis,
however, their greatest concentration is observed in the already mentioned area of ​​Bukit Bintang. The most famous nightclubs in the Malaysian capital are:

  • Rum Jungle;
  • The Loft KL;
  • Zouk;
  • Euphoria.

These establishments are open from 8-9pm to 5-6am.The cost of entering a nightclub depends on its program on a particular evening – if there is a performance on the stage
famous foreign or local celebrity, the price can go up to $ 30-40. On a regular evening, a tourist will be asked to enter the institution from $ 8 to $ 15. As a rule, in the cost of the entrance
the ticket already includes one alcoholic drink.

There are also many nightclubs in popular resorts. Guest DJs from Europe and Asia play in them, incendiary shows and foam
parties.Many 4-5 star hotels have their own nightclubs.

If you don’t like clubs and discos, you can go to a rock or jazz cafe. These are more cozy places, where much fewer visitors rest, and musicians play
“Live”. To enter such a cafe, you need to pay no more than 12-15 dollars. In any jazz cafe in Malaysia, you can order not only drinks, but also light snacks. Some establishments also
hot meals are also prepared. Kuala Lumpur’s most popular rock and jazz cafes are Crustacea , White Rajan and The Hard Rock
Cafe
.

Shopping

And of course, when visiting Malaysia, especially Kuala Lumpur, it is impossible not to mention shopping. All major global clothing brands are represented in this country,
cosmetics and electronics, ranging from Mango and Zara to Apple and Chanel. Shopping can be done both in modern shopping centers of gigantic dimensions, and in cozy souvenir shops, where
sells fabrics, jewelry, original dishes and many other goods.

One of the largest shopping centers in Kuala Lumpur is called Pavilion .This is a modern seven-storey building of truly enormous size, located
in the Bukit Bintang entertainment district. The mall has several hundred shops selling everything from clothes and shoes to wristwatches and the most modern
electronics.

Another interesting shopping center is called Karyaneka Craft Complex . It offers a variety of household goods as well as textiles and tableware with
all over Malaysia. You can wander around it for hours on end, because the choice of goods here is really huge.

There are not very many large shopping centers on the islands of Malaysia, and the choice in them is not very impressive. That is why shopping is best done in local markets. They
very colorful and offer a wider selection, especially batik and souvenirs. If you bargain skillfully, you can easily throw off up to 50% of the original voiced by the seller
prices.

Of course, the list of entertainment available in Malaysia does not end there. Each resort region has many opportunities for a fun
pastime, so tourists will definitely not be bored.Come to our office or call the phones posted on the site, and we will tell you in more detail about the entertainment that awaits you
in bright and inimitable Malaysia!

90,000 Kuala Lumpur with children: the most fun attractions

Those who come to Kuala Lumpur with children will certainly want to visit something entertaining. Not everyone walks through museums and sights or winding kilometers along the streets. We decided to make a small list of entertainment in Kuala Lumpur, where it will be very interesting not only for adults, but also for children.

Petrosains Science Discovery Center

An interesting museum for children and adults. Here you can experience what astronauts hear, work as an excavator driver, transform into an oil producer, operate a robot and do many, many more interesting and unusual things.

Tested on yourself: the whole day in the museum flies by unnoticed! For more information about the Science Museum in Kuala Lumpur and a lot of photos, see a separate article.

Times Square Amusement Park and Roller Coaster

Another great place to visit with kids in Kuala Lumpur is the huge Berjaya Time Square Theme Park.It is located on the 5th, 6th and 7th floors of the Time Square shopping center. The park covers an area of ​​13,000 square meters and features 14 attractions. This is the first time we’ve seen such a large-scale indoor amusement park!

The old name of the amusement park is Cosmo’s World Theme Park.

In addition to a wide variety of carousels and attractions for every taste (including a real roller coaster, inside a shopping center!), The park has a children’s playground, an area where you can paint with colored sand.

The amusement park is open from 12:00 to 22:00. The entrance fee to the amusement park is 51 ringgit ($ 11.5) for adults and 41 ringgit ($ 9) for children. The price includes admission to all attractions (we have already visited amusement parks of a similar type: Winperl Island in Nha Trang and Asia Park in Da Nang).

Imagine the scale of the entire shopping center! The entire shopping center is divided into parts of the world: east, west, south and north. And each of these parts is larger than any Russian shopping center.You can really get lost there for a whole day, and not just one.

Butterfly Park and Bird Park

Entrance to Butterfly Park

Butterfly Park is located near the National Mosque. We ourselves were just passing by, since we were already in the same butterfly park at the Singapore airport, and did not want to waste time and money on similar entertainments. But I think the children should be interested there.

The cost of visiting the butterfly park:

Bird park is located near the butterfly park, literally 10 minutes walk.Here it will be really interesting for both children and adults. A variety of exotic birds fly, crawl, walk here completely freely. And people move along special bridges.

There are about 2000 birds of 200 species in the park. The entire bird park is divided into 4 zones, each of which is inhabited by certain species of birds. Bird feeding and all sorts of bird shows are held on schedule.

If we ever find ourselves in Kuala Lumpur, we will definitely go there.If you have enough time, we highly recommend going to this park, with or without children.

Pack working hours – from 9:00 to 18:00. The entrance fee to the bird park is 48 ringgit ($ 11) adult and 38 ringgit ($ 9) – child ticket.

Bird Park and Butterfly Park in Kuala Lumpur on the map (and how to get from one park to another):

Zoo Negara (National Zoo)

The zoo is very popular not only among tourists, but also among themselves Malays.It was opened in the 1960s. It is run by the Zoological Society of Malaysia. Today, the zoo has more than 5,000 animals, for each of the species, the zoo has created natural conditions for their residence: here you will see real ponds, lakes, as well as real mountain slopes.

Here you can visit interesting shows with seals and penguins, see elephants, monkeys, ostriches, rhinos, giraffes, antelopes, pandas and many, many other animals. The park also has its own butterfly park.

The cost of visiting the zoo is 85 ringgit ($ 19) for adults and 43 ringgit ($ 10 ) for children.

The zoo is located 10 km from Kuala Lumpur.

Zoo Negara on the map:

Aquaria KLCC Oceanarium

The aquarium is located right next to the Petronas Towers, in an underground passage under the KLCC park. There are a wide variety of species of fish, snakes, insects, turtles, jellyfish. There are also crocodiles. A long tunnel is a great delight for children and adults, walking along which you can observe the life of marine life.The aquarium is also unusual in that here you can touch a shark. There are also scheduled mermaid shows and divers feeding the fish.

The aquarium is open daily from 10:00 to 20:00. The last visitor will be launched at 19:00, no later. The cost of entering the aquarium is 64 ringgit ($ 14.5) for adults and 53 ringgit ($ 12.) for children.

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

The park includes five zones, each of which will delight:

  • Water Park;
  • Amusement park;
  • Wildlife Park;
  • Extreme Park;
  • Horror Park.

The world’s largest artificial beach, the world’s longest footbridge, Asia’s longest Flying Fox ride and much more. It is imperative to come here for the whole day.

The park is open daily, from 10:00 to 18:00.

Entrance fee – 170 ringgit ($ 38) for adults and 140 ringgit ($ 31 ) for children. All rides inside the park are free, you only need to pay for the entrance.

The park is located 20 km from the city. Sunway Lagoon Theme Park on the map:

Kidzania Children’s Center

KidZania is a city of children. Children here can try themselves in a wide variety of professions: from a bank clerk to a policeman or a firefighter. For each work, children receive money, which they can happily spend on all kinds of entertainment. A very interesting park, we were in KidZania in Bangkok, and we highly recommend every child to visit it. True, if a child does not know English, he may have slight difficulties in understanding.But, for example, Vanya, not knowing English, was still delighted with this center.

We are in KidZania in Bangkok. Real children’s gas station

Entrance fee to KidZania in Kuala Lumpur 76.5 ringgit ($ 17) for children and 36.9 ringgit ($ 8.) for adults. This price is valid when purchasing tickets online on the official website of KidZania in Kuala Lumpur www.kidzania.com.my. Most likely, when buying tickets on the spot, it will be slightly higher. Perhaps this is one of the few parks where the cost of entry for children exceeds the cost of entry for adults.And all because the adults there are just accompanying people. All the fun goes only to children)))

KidZania is located about 16 km from the center of Kuala Lumpur.

Kidzania in Kuala Lumpur on the map:

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Genting Amusement Park. Excursions in Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia

EXCURSION DESCRIPTION

The main attraction of Genting Highlands are two Theme Parks, indoor and outdoor, offering more than 50 different attractions using new technologies.In the open park, water slides coexist with dizzying “American” ones, and a merry carousel towers over an artificial lake. In the closed park, you can plunge into the exciting world of the latest computer games. Here you can also go boating on the lake, take riding lessons at the horse farm, and golf lovers can play their favorite game on the picturesque course of the golf club. The famous Sky Venture attraction is also located in Theme Parks – the effect of weightlessness is recreated in the air stream into which you jump.Among the novelties of the park is the Snow World attraction: a sled, a snowball game.

Genting Highlands is always interesting for both adults and children. Since the resort is located at an altitude of 2000 m above sea level, it can be reached by a high-speed cable car, admiring the mountain landscapes passing under your feet. A special attraction is the Galleria Observatory , located on the 18th floor of the Genting Hotel. From here, in clear weather, you can see the panorama of Kuala Lumpur and the Malacca Strait, and local guides will acquaint you with the history of the construction of the resort in a museum located here on the observation deck.

Not far from Genting Highlands at an altitude of 1000 m above sea level is the famous Awana Golf & Country Club . Its 18-hole course is meticulously planned and extraordinarily picturesque. Awanna Golf Club is one of the few places where you can play golf while admiring the clouds below. For gourmets, 35 different restaurants are always open, specializing in cuisines from different countries of the world.

INCLUDED IN THE COST OF THE EXCURSION

  • transfer,
  • Russian-speaking guide services,
  • cost of entrance tickets to the amusement park

Additional costs:

90,054

  • Personal expenses 90,056

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    • Points / Headwear
    • Camera / camera
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    SPECIAL CONDITIONS

    Recommended starting time for an individual excursion: 10:00.

    For children under 2 years of age, the excursion is free.
    Children up to 12 years old get a 30% discount.

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        Sightseeing tour of Kuala Lumpur

        City sightseeing tour begins in the very center of the city, at the oldest mosque Masjid Jamek, which is located at the intersection of two rivers – the birthplace of Kuala Lumpur.The National Monument and the adjacent park. Palace of the Sultan Istan Negara. National Mosque. Railroad station. Parliament building. The Shri Mahamariam Temple, built in 1873, is one of the most beautiful in Malaysia. Independence Square: British Courthouse, an architectural masterpiece. TV Tower – from where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city. Bashi Twin Towers – subject to availability.

        Duration: 3.5 hours

        Genting Highlands Tour

        Full day tour.A great place for recreation and entertainment at an altitude of 2000m. On the way – visit to the Buddhist Temple in the Cave.

        Duration: 8 hours

        Firefly Tour

        Drive to a firefly park outside the city with a seafood dinner at a local restaurant.

        Duration: 4 hours

        Kuala Lumpur Night Tour

        Sightseeing tour.Chinatown. Dinner at a Malay restaurant (with show).

        Duration :: 3.5 hours

        National Zoo and Aquarium

        National Zoo and Aquarium is located 13 km from the center of Kuala Lumpur. More than 200 species of representatives of the animal world, animals, birds and reptiles are collected here. The giant aquarium is home to about 80 species of various birds, fish and marine animals.

        Duration: 4 hours

        Bird Park

        The largest bird park in Southeast Asia. 5000 birds. A fascinating world of exotic colors and sounds awaits you, where about five thousand rare and beautiful birds of the world are collected. In the Butterfly Park, under a highly stretched net, more than six thousand of these beautiful creatures flutter.It has skillfully simulated natural habitats to create a tropical jungle atmosphere.

        Duration: 3.5 hours

        Orchid Park

        Orchid Park, located on an area of ​​1 hectare, has more than three thousand species of these beautiful flowers, and smoothly flows into the Hibiscus Park. Here you will find over two thousand samples of this beautiful flower, which is the national flower of Malaysia.

        Duration: 3.5 hours

        Butterfly Park

        Skillful imitation of the natural environment for 6000 butterflies of 120 species. Butterfly farm.

        Duration: 3.5 hours

        Hindu Temple Batu Cave

        The Hindu Temple of Batu Caves is located in a cave 13 km from Kuala Lumpur.The Batu Caves are a popular tourist destination, especially during the Hindu festival. Hundreds of thousands of believers flock here annually to worship the god Murgan and leave him various offerings in the temple. There are 272 steps leading to the altar of the main cave where services are held. There, in wall niches, brightly painted statues of numerous Hindu gods “live”. The road will not seem tiresome to you, because on the way you will meet friendly almost tame monkeys who are accustomed to tourists and persistently ask to treat them with some delicacies.

        Duration: 3.5 hours

        Sunway Lagoon Amusement Park (Subang)

        The recently opened Sunway Lagoon amusement park is rightfully considered the national pride of Malaysia. All sorts of water activities, a kaleidoscope of attractions and a western theme park, you can find it all here.And if you do not want to leave this fabulous world, a first-class hotel of the same name is at your service. The park consists of several sections. In the Water Park you will find all kinds of water slides of various heights, a large waterfall, several swimming pools, including a separate one for children, and much more. In the Surfing Pool you will have the opportunity to forget that you are in a city of many millions and plunge headlong into the oncoming ocean wave. The man-made beach surrounding the pond creates the illusion of being on the coast.At Adventure Park, thrill-seekers can experience the fall from Niagara Falls and race along the rugged rifts of the rushing river in the Grand Canyon. The thematic part of the park (Fort Lagoon Wild West) is decorated in western style. Here, in the scenery of the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River or Niagara Falls, you can feel like a real resident of the Wild West from the time of the famous Booch Cassidy.

        Duration: 7 hours

        Holidays abroad • Asia, Near and Middle East • Malaysia • Excursions

        Kuala Lumpur is a modern metropolis with bustling life and sparkling skyscrapers that harmoniously intertwine with quiet corners and streets buried in greenery, ancient temples.Kuala Lumpur is a thriving capital of Malaysia.

        Attractions of the capital of Malaysia are also the Sultan’s house with a 40-meter bell tower, built in the Moorish style, the picturesque nationwide Yame Mosque, located right in the business center of the city. The building of the mosque was built in the mid-1960s. It is interesting that both elements of Islamic and national Malay symbols are embodied in its architecture. The number of domes of this mosque is equal to the number of domes of the Great Mosque in Mecca.Very similar to the Malay Royal Umbrella, the roof of the building is shaped like a star. The 18 jagged roofs represent the 13 states of the federation of Malaysia and the 5 pillars of Islam.

        Due to the numerous parks located in Kuala Lumpur, this city is sometimes called the “garden city”. Kuala Lumpur’s parks are located around a picturesque lake, not far from the city center. Orchid Park , which has more than three thousand species of these exotic plants, smoothly merges into Hibiscus Park .Here you will find more than two thousand samples of this flower, which is the symbol of Malaysia. Nearby is Bird Park, Butterfly Park and Deer Park . In the Butterfly Park, under a highly stretched net, more than 120 species of these beautiful creatures flutter. It has skillfully simulated natural habitats to create a tropical jungle atmosphere. The famous Bird Park is home to over 5,000 bird species. It is the largest bird park in Southeast Asia. A fascinating world of exotic colors and sounds awaits you, where rare and most beautiful birds of the world are collected. National Park and Aquarium are located 13 km from the center of Kuala Lumpur. Here are collected more than 200 species of representatives of the animal world: animals, birds and reptiles. The giant aquarium is home to about 80 species of various birds, fish and marine animals.

        Kuala Lumpur has many beautiful and diverse architectural structures, both modern and old, built in various styles. Kuala Lumpur is home to the famous 88-storey Twin Towers, 452 meters high.Here are the offices of companies, a concert hall, restaurants, as well as the most important shopping center in Kuala Lumpur. Skyscrapers became famous all over the world after the James Bond movie. Today everyone can get to the glazed bridge connecting the towers at the 44th floor. About 1,000 free tickets are handed out to this observation deck every day.

        Sunway Lagoon Amusement Park is considered the national pride of Malaysia. All sorts of water activities, a kaleidoscope of attractions and a Western-style Wild West theme park can be found here.And if you do not want to leave this fabulous world, the first-class hotel of the same name is at your service. The park consists of several sections. In the Water Park you will find all kinds of water slides of various heights, a large waterfall, several swimming pools, including a separate one for children, and much more. In the Surfing Pool you will have the opportunity to forget that you are in a city of many millions and plunge headlong into the oncoming ocean wave. The man-made beach surrounding the pond creates the illusion of being on the coast.
        At Adventure Park, thrill-seekers can experience the fall from Niagara Falls and race along the rugged rifts of the rushing river in the Grand Canyon. The thematic part of the park is decorated in western style. Here, in the scenery of the Grand Canyon, the Colorado River or Niagara Falls, you can feel like a real cowboy.

        Just 160 kilometers south of the bustling and industrial Kuala Lumpur is the oldest Malaysian port city Malacca , whose history began six centuries ago.It was founded in 1400 by an Indian prince. Colony of Denmark, England and Portugal in turn, Malacca has a unique and enchanting mix of architectural styles. Here you will have a chance to see a light show that tells about the complex and rich history of this city. Here you will see Port De Santiago, St. Paul’s Church, Christian Church, Cheng Hong Tent Temple (the oldest in Malaysia), antique shops, a jade exhibition and sale and Bukit Chin Chinatown.

        Hindu Temple Batu Cave is located in a cave 13 km from Kuala Lumpur.The Batu Caves are a popular tourist destination, especially during the Hindu festival. Hundreds of thousands of believers flock here annually to worship the god Murgan and leave him various offerings in the temple. There are 272 steps leading to the altar of the main cave where services are held. There, in wall niches, brightly painted statues of numerous Hindu gods “live”. The road will not seem tiresome to you, because on the way you will meet friendly almost tame monkeys who are accustomed to tourists and persistently ask to treat them with some delicacies.

        In 12 km from the only city of Langkawi on the island of Kuah, there is a village, in the center of which there is a monument-mausoleum to the girl Makam Maskhuri , who cursed the island of Langkawi. Legend has it that 200 years ago an innocent virgin lived in Langkawi, who was unjustly accused of sin. She was stabbed to the very heart, and her blood turned out to be innocent white. Dying, she predicted a curse for the island and its inhabitants for 7 generations. Only 200 years later did the curse lose its power.Now Langkawi is one of the most wonderful resorts in Asia.

        In the northwest of the island of Langkawi there is a geological miracle – Seven Wells Waterfall . t Thanks to its stepped fall, 7 pools with wonderful soft water were formed. According to legend, fairies flocked to these pools to have fun and take baths.

        A trip to Penang island will be exciting. Penang Bridge connects Penang Island with the Malacca Peninsula.Its length is 13.5 km, it is officially recognized as the third longest in the world. The Penang Bridge offers stunning views of the sea, ships and the island’s coastline. The bridge is the symbol of Penang. It was officially opened in 1988. In Kedakh, in the jungle along the banks of the Bujang River in the north-west of the peninsula, traces of civilization were found in the last century – the remains of the square foundations of temples that served as tombs. This area was named Valley of the Tombs .Here was the center of the Hindu civilization of the 1st millennium AD, which existed long before the Malacca Sultanate. Peak Kedah , visible from here, served as a landmark for Hindu sailors and was the place where their gods dwelt. The country’s first national historical park is being created here. 30 hectares of tropical gardens are filled with aromas of herbs, bright colors of flowers and scurrying monkeys. Visitors to the Temple of the Snakes will have an unforgettable experience taking pictures with snakes wrapped around their shoulders and neck.

        In Penang Bird Park more than 200 species of tropical birds are collected in a collection worthy of your attention. Islets, spacious aviaries, flower ornaments, collections of orchids and hibiscus have been created for the park’s pets, so that its inhabitants feel like they are in their native environment.

        Seven-tiered Kek Lok Sai Pagoda is considered one of the most beautiful and largest temples in Southeast Asia.

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