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Relive the days of kid’s play at this unique adventure park where all the activities are designed to get big kids and little ones away from screens and into the moment. Surrounded by lush rainforest, you’ll test your grit and fears on any of the 35 attractions: take Atlan’s Leap, or rush down ‘The Longest’ waterslide that rushes through the treeline for 1,111 meters. Relax on a tube down the Lazy River or grab a drink riverside at Escape Club. ESCAPE Penang is also home to Malaysia’s first artificial ski slope! Whatever your speed or style, there’s an activity guaranteed to bring the kid out of you. Their BASECAMP lets you camp out in a safe, secured environment. Tents are provided so all you’ll need are a few extra essentials like a pillow, sleeping bag and food! Flying into Penang International Airport? You’ll find yourself ready to Escape in just under and hour.
Visit : www.escape.my
Build your own fun at this unique Lego-themed park in Johor Bahru, where you’ll find an immersive Lego experience spanning eight lands, a water park, the SEA life Aquarium, plus the amazing Legoland Hotel with themed Lego rooms and enough space to fit even the biggest of groups! Take part in The Great Lego Race which is the world’s FIRST roller coaster with virtual reality tech, or build your own Lego robots at Technic Land.
Little one will have a great time at the Duplo Playtown. If you’re coming from Kuala Lumpur and have time to spare there are connecting flights from major Malaysian airports to Johor Bahru Senai International Airport. Those looking for convenience and shorted transfer time can easily get to Legoland from Singapore by coach or a private car hire. Just remember to bring your passport as you’ll be crossing the border !
Visit : www.legoland.com.my
SUNWAY LOST WORLD OF TAMBUN
Sunway’s Lost World of Tambun takes it up another level with this immersive adventure destination in Ipoh, Perak. Steeped in the history of the region, you can cross different worlds like the Tin Valley where there are real tigers to get close to. Wait for dark to venture through the Luminous Forest or indulge in the natural hot spring pools in the park. Feeling peckish? Munch your way through the local delights of Ipon Street or the six establishments across the Lost World. Ipoh’s Sultan Azlan Shah Airport is serviced regularly by local and regional airlines and it takes just 20 minutes to get to the park by car.
Get ready for a world of thrills and spills at Sunway Lagoon. With 90 attractions designed to keep the whole family entertained, the fun really never stops at this iconic park in the heart of Kuala Lumpur/Sumbang Jaya. Get ready for excitement or frightening adventures, or a wet and wild day at their famous water park attractions. Come nightfall, Sunway Lagoon transforms into the Old West; savour delicious American treats at the Big Guns Saloon and gasp in awe at breathtaking performances by the local cowboys and natives. Onsite accommodation and dining are available so you can maximise your time for fun without leaving Sunway Lagoon ! From Kuala Lumpur International Airport, you can take an easy 35-minute taxi ride directly there or hop on the quick public transport routes.
Anything is possible ay Resorts World Genting — with 100’s of rides, attractions and places to shop and dine for any budget or group size, there are endless hours of fun ahead of you at this massive resort on the peak of Gunung Ulu Kali at 1,800 meters high. Explore the nine worlds of Genting Skyworlds Theme park or immerse yourself in the weird world of Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium. Head to Skytropolis Indoor Park where the whole family is welcome. Live your gamer dreams out with the Big Top and Vision City video games parks, or try cutting edge virtual reality experiences at Sky VR. Night owls who want to take a break can catch a show, head to a club or bar, or head to one of the many restaurants and shopping outlets that include international brands like Five guys and Wolfgang’s Steakhouse / Cha Chaan Teng. Genting Highlands is easily accessible via public transport through KL Sentral, or a 50 minute car trip from Kuala Lumpur’s city centre.
X PARK MALAYSIA
If you prefer getting your adrenaline rush on wheels, X Park’s got you covered — race around on buggies ATV’s, speedy go-karts or pocket bikes for a start and those needing a change of pace can chill out with slower-paced activities like paddleboarding or riding on the cute swan-shaped boats. They have multiple outlets across Malaysia, so be sure to check which one has all the activities you want available and get ready to be speedy ! Most locations are around 30 to 40 minutes from their respective airports making it a convenient stop in your itinerary.
Visit : www.xparkmalaysia.com
Fly through the sky on Borneo’s biggest zipline located in Tamparuli, Sabah ! This self-contained activity park next to the Kiulu River is a wonderful destination for action and excitement especially if you’re embarking on a road trip through Sabah. You can also abseil, white water raft on gentle rapids, go on jungle hikes or release your inner spidey senses on their climbing wall. Stay at the Kiulu River Chalets where you can enjoy the peace and quiet of nature from your own chalet or rent one of their available hammock spaces to spend the night. Zip Borneo is located about 41 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu city.