Editor’s Pick: Things To Do With Your Family When You Are in Genting

Entertaining kids and wanna give them an experience of a lifetime this upcoming school holiday? Or taking a short weekend getaway? Not sure where to go to have fun? Why not take the fun and thrill to the next level at 6,000 feet above sea level at Resorts World Genting? While the place is famous for it’s high profile casinos, Resorts World Genting is not just about adult gaming. Being the sleepless city of entertainment, Resorts World Genting have is more than meets the eyes and is has a lot to offer for visitors from all walks of life.

Here are some of the attractions you you can visit in Resorts World Genting to keep your restless kids entertained during your visit to Resorts World Genting:

1. Chin Swee Caves Temple

Located at 4,600 feet above sea level, the temple is about 5–10 minutes’ drive from the peak of the mountain. There is plenty to see in the vicinity of the temple, even if you are not a worshipper.

The temple itself is divided into a few sections and is one of the major tourist attractions in Genting Highlands. You don’t need to be a believer to visit the temple. As Chin Swee Caves Temple is a tourist attraction, people from all walk of life is welcome to visit. It is a place of worship, and therefore, no entrance fees is imposed. Offerings, monetary donations for temple maintenance on the other hand is welcomed.

Admission is FREE

2. Skytropolis Funland Indoor Themepark.

Skytropolis Funland is a home to plenty of Adrenaline inducing rides.

The 400,000 square feet indoor theme park also includes Asia’s first The VOID hyper reality centre, BigTop Video Games Park and children friendly rides. Some of the rides includes Sky Tower, Spin Crazy, Power Surge, Disco!, Bummer, Boo Boo Bumper, Tea Cups and Balloon Race but not to worry, as the rides in the theme park are categorised into 3 different tiers of adrenaline rush (Child, Family and Thrill) to suit the different individuals. Pay-per-ride ticket costs RM10 on weekdays and RM15 on weekends but it’s a better deal to get the Skytropolis Funland Preview Pass at RM60 for unlimited rides.

3. Jurassic Research Centre

A fan of all things pre-historic and dinosaurs? Get moving to the Jurassic Research Center.

Here is where you can get up close and personal with dinosaurs and all sorts of pre-historic creature. It’s a pretty educational place as there are section that exhibits replicas of fossils and recreations of scenes during the Jurassic era.

Jurassic Research Center
Level 4, SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting
Operation hours: 10am – 10pm
Pricing: Adult – RM48
Child – RM38

4. Ripley’s Odditorium

Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium is located inside Adventureland together with 4D Trick Eye Museum, Jurassic Research Center and Zombie Outbreak.

The Odditorium exhibits all sorts of queer and weird items from all over the world. The place also offers plenty of interactive sections, and it’s a place that will spark your curiousity to the next level. You will also be able to see strange artworks and trick-arts in the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium
Level 4, SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting
Operation hours: 10am – 10pm
Pricing: Adult – RM48
Child – RM38

5. 4D Art Museum

4D Trick Art Museum offers plenty of interesting backdrops for your instagram feeds.

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. I highly recommend you to go in groups for more interesting photo-taking opportunities.

4D Trick Art Museum
Operating Hours: 10am – 10pm
Last admission: 1 hour before closing time
Pricing: Adult – RM36
Kid (3 to 12) – RM31
Senior (above 60) – RM31

6. The VOID

The critically acclaimed global leader in immersive virtual experiences, The VOID experience centers have marked a new frontier in interactive entertainment.

Combining state-of-the art VR technology, physical stages and multi-sensory effects, including touch and smell, with Hollywood characters and storylines, The VOID let participants experience fully-immersive worlds that, until now, have only lived in the imagination. Compared with traditional location-based VR, The VOID hyper-reality experience brings a completely new immersive experience. It uses custom VR technology along with physical stages to create immersive experiences that inspire exploration and engagement. The VOID’s proprietary designed equipment melds the physical and digital worlds through head-mounted displays (HMDs), backtopTM computers and haptic vests, allowing sensory effects to be felt from multiple points using haptic feedback, that place visitors inside impossible worlds. So far, The VOID has done Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire, Wreck-It Ralph: Ralph Breaks VR, Ghostbusters: Dimension, Nicodemus: Demon of Evanishment, and the lastest title as of writing, Avengers: Damage Control.

The Void
Level 1, First World Plaza
Operation Hours: Daily: 10am – 10pm

7. Zombie 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.

Located inside Ripley’s Adventureland, the Zombie Outbreak is not for the faint hearted. 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. 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
Level 4, SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting
Operation hours: 10am – 10pm
Price: Adult – RM36
Child – RM31

8. Train to Busan Horror House

Based on the blockbuster 2016 South Korean zombie apocalypse movie Train To Busan, Resorts World Genting unleashes a railway line of horror for two months that will offer a unique blend of horrific thrills and scary fun to fans of the movie and fans of horror in general.

The Horror House will only be open from Friday to Sunday between 1 November to 1 December 2019, and daily from 2 December 2019 to 1 January 2020

Tickets priced:

RM90 Regular admission
RM80 Genting Rewards Club members.

A Train To Busan Horror House single admission plus Skytropolis Preview Pass combo package is available at RM128, and guests looking at skip the queue can opt for an additional Express Pass at RM30.

Level 1, First World Plaza
Operation Hours: Daily: 10am – 10pm

9. Eagle Landing Zipline

The zip line which is the longest in a shopping mall in Malaysia, offers a one-of-a-kind view of the indoor theme park for adrenaline junkies who will whizz through, high above everyone. It’s definitely not for the faint-hearted or those with phobia of heights, but perfect for thrill seekers and Adrenaline junkies.

The tickets are available at RM31 for one rider, RM25 for two riders and RM19 for 4 riders with a certain weight and height limit applies for participants.

Eagle Landing Zipline
Level 4, SkyAvenue, Resorts World Genting

So, what’s your poison? The educational attractions? The thrilling rides or the spooky ghost houses? Whatever your preferences, I’m sure there’s something for you over here at Resorts World Genting. So, what are you waiting for? Head up for some unforgettable fun.

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

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

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