Behind The Scene Tour- History of Genting

After having a blast in the Ice Age Adventure and a fill in the Coffee Terrace we Proceed to Behind The Scene Tour where there will be 4 stops, which is; The Visitor’s Galleria, The Genting International Showroom, First World Hotel Laundry and See, Do& Eat Workshop. I will be writing about all of these stops individually as each and every one of it is pretty educational and interesting.

Our first stop was the Visitor’s Galleria. Upon arrival, we were welcomed by a tour guide who will lead us throughout the tour and were given a goodie bag containing a bottle of mineral water and a set of Genting Resort World stationary set, which will be pretty useful if you are a student or a member of the media who joined this tour as you will need to jot down some notes if you are to really write a good article about the Behind the Scene Tour.

The tour is mainly aimed to educate the public on how things works behind the scene in Resort World Genting, but our first stop in the Visitor’s Galleria, is pretty much a tribute to the founder of Genting Resort World, the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong.

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In the Visitor’s Galleria we were briefed about the life of the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong and his ultimate masterpiece; Genting Resort World. The story is very extensive but to cut the long story short, the late Tan Sri hailed from China and migrated to Malaya,( now Malaysia) and works as a carpenter before starting to delve into the world of constructions.

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Hall of fame- the late Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong’s achievements is all on display here, ranging from trophies to momentous from VIPs from all over the world.

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The members of the media were also given an overview of the entire Genting and their future plans, the first Fox World theme park in the world, which is currently in progress and expected to be completely done and open to public by the end of 2016.

This tour may be boring to some and small children may find it a bit mind boggling, but to aspiring adults who wants to be a self-make billionaire, the story of how the late Tan Sri Lim Go Tong is nothing but pure inspiration.

Our next stop is the Genting International Showroom, where the visitors will be given a glimpse on how things works behind the scene of all those world class show and concert in the showroom.

Wait up for my next post, yea. šŸ™‚

This trip was made possible by Resort World Genting.

3 comments

  1. Miera Nadhirah says:

    Agree.. I find this truly educational and somewhat motivational as well.. from a vegetable seed seller and a carpenter to one of the greatest tycoons in Malaysia… wow.. if only we can build half an empire like his… right…

  2. Miera Nadhirah says:

    Agree.. I find this truly educational and somewhat motivational as well.. from a vegetable seed seller and a carpenter to one of the greatest tycoons in Malaysia… wow.. if only we can build half an empire like his… right…

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