Today we plan to visit First World Plaza Genting Highlands and Indoor Theme Park. If you want to feel thrown in the air and spun around the next, the Indoor Theme Park you are guaranteed a day full of fun and adventure. Enjoy the relaxing flying boat ride, head to the video arcade for some exciting games, or splash around in the only heated pool at 6,000 feet above sea level.
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This is the reason why Genting Highlands is named popularly as the ‘fun city in the clouds’. The first world plaza Genting is a ‘fun for everyone’ destination that offers games and rides and is perfect for a nice family time. The first world plaza indoor theme park Genting highland is as bright inside as its multi-coloured portico, with cartoon statues, neon lights and overhanging numerous replicas of international landmarks, such as the Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower and Petronas Twin Towers etc.
A dream world for the kids, the Genting Highlands theme park has outstanding set of activities for all ages. While the first world theme park in Genting highland is an outstanding choice in itself, the snow world and the 20th century Fox world is a great way to spend your time in Genting highland. The Genting highland indoor theme park also has thrilling events happening all the time of the year. If that doesn’t astonish you, you can simply pick any movie and watch it at the indoor theater. The food court has yummies to offer and if watching movies is too plain and simple then try out the Genting bowling. The bowling may be a a part of the play all day scheme of the amusement park and you’ll enjoy it even in the dark.
The visitors can also visit the 4D Motion Master theatrical ride; Genting Sky Venture, a wind tunnel to simulate sky diving; Haunted Adventure, Genting X-pedition Wall, a funicular train ride into a horror house; and Rainforest Splash Pool, a heated indoor Genting water park. Also there are so many thrill rides like Pirate Ship, Spinner, Flying Dragon, Sungei Rejang Flume Ride, Grand Prix Fun Kart, and Flying Coaster.
Opening Closing Time Monday – Friday: 10 am – 12 am
Saturday, Malaysia School Holiday and Eve of Public Holidays: 9 am – 1 am
Sunday and Malaysia Public Holiday: 9 am – 12 am
Entrance Fee Day Pass: Adult – RM 30, Child – RM 28
Express Lane Pass: Adult – RM 54, Child – RM 50
I have observed many attractions wait at the Theme Park like
1. Genting Sky Venture (a free fall skydiving simulator, the one & only in Asia)
2. Genting X-pedition Wall (a rock climbing wall measuring 10-15 meters in height and 30 meters in length with a 6-8 metres overhang)
3. Snow House (approximately 16,000 sq feet, Swiss Alps theme and murals, will have a log cabin, a replica of an igloo, toboggan slides, snow play area and snowflakes)
4. Ripley’s Believe It or Not (an area of 11,900 sq feet, a gallery of outstanding persons and feats as well as the weird and unusual)
5. Q-bowl (a skilled game similar to pool or billiard above Genting Bowl)
6. Genting Bowl (bowling alley with 28-lanes)
7. Funtasy World (a video arcade with lots of interesting games)
8. First World Cineplex (2 cinemas with a capacity of 166 pax each, totaling 332 pax)
9. The Pavilion (a multi-purpose hall at 44,000 sq feet with a seating capacity of 1,800 fixed seats and able to accommodate 6 badminton courts or 1 volleyball court)
10. 4D Motion Master (Fast)
11. Euro Express (Fast)
12. Ferris Wheel (Slow)
13. Reindeer Cruiser (Slow)
14. Venice Gondola (Slow)
You can present the booking voucher to the staff either in hard copy or an e-voucher. Make sure that you take the wrist band from the counter instead of the e-voucher. The children of the age group 0 to 12 years must be always accompanied by an adult at all times. Pregnant women and people with disability must not try these activities. There are no lockers available onsite. Guests are solely responsible for their own belongings. The management of Genting group will take strict action against anyone found reselling Theme Park tickets or wristbands. Please also remember there are no refunds due to maintenance or rides closure.
But remember, it is a non-smoking area. Different cards or wristbands are let out for different rides and games which can be obtained at the counters. These cards are valid for the entire day and hence should be preserved carefully. Lastly, online booking for the tickets can save your time.
Finally, shoppers can browse from a variety of products that include fashion apparel, electronics, jewellery, souvenirs, bags, shoes and leather from over 90 shops. If hungry, there are many restaurants available. We also took dinner and came back to our hotel.
Next day we returned back to Kualalumpur airport to catch our Kolkata bound flight.
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