Editor’s Pick: Fun Things To Do at Ripley’s Adventureland, Resorts World Genting

Being the sleepless city of entertainment, Resorts World Genting have plenty to offer for visitors from all walks of life.

In the mood for some shopping spree? Just head over to SkyAvenue and shop til you drop. Wanna bring back some fortunes? Bring your lady luck and head over to the one of the casinos and spin the roulette away. A foodie and wanna spoil yourselves rotten? Restaurants and cafes aplenty. Wanna get in touch with nature? Head over to Awana Biopark and jungle-trek away or simply visit the Nepenthes Conservatory near the Talking Garden in front of the Theme Park Hotel.

Entertaining kids and wanna give them an experience of a lifetime? Well, fret not. There’s plenty of things you can do in Resorts World Genting to keep your restless kids entertained during your visit to Resorts World Genting too. There’s this new awesome place just opened up there that’s family and children friendly; Ripley’s Adventureland.

Ripley’s Adventureland is located at level 4 of SkyAvenue in Resorts World Genting and here are 3 things you can do at Ripley’s Adventureland to make take your experience to a literally higher level;

1. Visit Alive Museum and be a part of the paintings


Alive Museum is some sort of 3D trick art gallery where the museum is filled with beautiful paintings. Painted by South Korean artists, every paintings are unique in the sense where you can play a part and be one with the paintings and art. The paintings will serve as a backdrop so pose away and see how beautiful or funny your pictures turns out.


One of the spotlight in the museum


Another one of those not to be missed piece of artwork that will literally make you look stronger in pictures.


Take a picture with famous landmarks is a must when you are at the museum.


Visiting the museum in a group is much more fun as you can not only take turn taking pictures of each other, but you can also come up with more memorable poses to take pictures with.

Entrance fees:
Adult: RM38 per pax.
Children less than 3 years old: Free
Opens daily.
Last admission: 9.00pm.

2. Survive the Zombies attack at Zombies Outbreak

Huge fan of Walking Dead? Feeling adventurous? A seeker of all things thrilling and mysterious? Bored stiff with your life and needs some Adrenaline pumped into your veins? Well then, head over to Zombies Outbreak and survive all things scary in there.


Once you walked into the Zombies Outbreak area, you’ll find yourselves being chased not only by the freaky undeads, but you’ll be hurled into the ghostly realms too where you will be haunted by all sorts of spirits and ghost.


The Zombies Outbreak is completely safe but it is not for the faint hearted and I wouldn’t recommended you to visit this place if you have heart problems as ‘zombies’ and ghosts will scare you to the bone and startle you.

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Bring your little children in at your own discretion. I would recommend this to those who are 12 years old and above due to the creepy nature of the place.

Zombie Outbreak Opening Hours:

10am –10pm daily
10am–11pm on weekends
10am–12am during School and Public Holiday.

3. Travel back in time and learn all about dinosaurs at Jurrasic Research Centre.

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Curious about dinosaurs? Head over to Jurrasic Research centres and walk through the passage of time and travel back to the pre-historic era to where dinosaurs are still roaming the Earth.


Jurrasic Research Centre features plenty of interactive fun where you’ll be able to get up close and personal with dinosaurs in their re-imagined natural habitat.


The scenes are mostly realistic where dinosaurs are not only moving and roaring, but you will be able to see the predatory dinosaurs ripping off the hearts of their preys as well. But no worries, it’s pretty much a primary school standard kind of scenes and there’s nothing overly gory over here.


The archeologists in you will also be pleased to discover that there are also labatories that exhibits the replicas of the good old dino’s fossils.


I have no doubt that even National Geograpic will approve the documentary contents offered at Jurrasic Research Centre in Resorts World Genting.

Entrance fees:
Adult RM50 (Standard)
Adult RM45 (Member)
Child RM45 (Standard)
Child RM40 (Member)

Operating hours: 10.00am-10.00pm

Having the privilege to visit and enjoy all of these 3 attractions mentioned above, I’m more than convinced that they are both great for children and adults alike, so do give these attractions a visit and experience the fun for yourselves.

*Prices and operating hours for all these 3 attractions are subject to changes

For more information, call +603 2718 1118 or visit www.rwgenting.com

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