Are you looking for an adrenaline rush for your holidays? When most travellers talk about Malaysia, they think beaches, islands, historical sites and national parks. However, Malaysia has so much more to offer, like amazing theme parks where you can have the time of your life with your friends, family and loved ones. We don’t want you to miss out on the experience, so in this article we will show you the top 10 theme parks to enjoy in Malaysia.
If you are looking for some fun and excitement, then you want to head to Sunway Lagoon. Offering a myriad of water rides and dry land activities, you’ll be spoiled for choice on how you should spend your day. Divided into five zones, namely the water park, Scream Park, Amusement Park, Extreme Park and Wildlife Park, you get to choose what kind of adventure you want to embark on for the day. And one day is never enough!
If you ever wondered what it would be like if your toy box came to life and had a world of its own, then this is what it would look like. Legoland is the first international theme park in Malaysia and it attracts thousands of people of all ages, every day. All the rides and attractions here are made out of Lego Bricks. You can create, disassemble and reassemble almost anything you want here, so let your imagination run wild. There is even a waterpark if you feel like cooling off and having fun.
Boasting to be Malaysia’s biggest indoor theme park, approximately 130,000 square feet, this entire space is dedicated to fun and amusement. Occupying the 5th to 7th floors of the Berjaya Times Square shopping mall, it consist of 14 different rides ranging from a roller coaster for adrenaline junkies to merry go round type rides for kids. A perfect hangout for family and friends on a rainy day. And plenty of time to shop or watch a movie while the adventurous venture out with thrilling rides.
A tailor made place for kid friendly fun, Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park features children’s games and activities that will keep your kids happy and occupied for the entire day. Sanrio Hello Kitty Town is the theme park’s main attraction and plays host to tons of games and interactive rides that all revolve around Hello Kitty. Be sure to check the performance by Hello Kitty and her friends on the “Purrfect Stage”.
The Wet World Water Park in Shah Alam is the first recreational theme park that provides fun for all age groups. Friends and families have been enjoying themselves here ever since it was first opened in 1996. With tons of themed attractions like Kiddy Typhoon Lagoon, Pirate Cove, Bermuda Triangle and Treasure Island, you can’t wrong in Wet World Shah Alam.
Another indoor theme park that we cannot forget to mention on this list is District 21. This adventure theme park is filled with obstacle courses that challenge the physical acuity of its visitors. It features a post apocalyptic setting with plenty of metal beams, steel walls colourful graffiti, suspended ropes, chains and platforms. If you want to ready yourself for a post-apocalyptic world then this is the best place to start training.
The Genting Highlands Theme Park is a premium resort filled with rides and attractions that are suited for all tastes and fantasies. Here you’ll find an indoor theme park (the first of its kind in the world), Snow world, a video games arcade and the Cute and Cuddly Ice Cold fun. It only takes half an hour to get there by car from Kuala Lumpur so you can plan your day and enjoy the scenic landscape as you drive there. Be sure to carry a jacket, the air can get nippy at night.
Stay cool against Malaysia’s scorching heat as you have a splashing time at the A’Famosa Theme Park, Alor Gajah, Melaka. Perhaps the biggest theme park in Malaysia, here you will find waterslides galore, pool games that will soak up hours of your time. After a hectic day, you can enjoy the serene and blissful lush green hills while swinging your club at the 27-hole golf course.
Known for its LED-lit attractions that light up the night sky, i-City Shah Alam is stunning 72-acre theme park which comes with an array of fun and exciting activities like the massive water park, a 3D museum and a wax museum; and Malaysia’s biggest snow park. You can also enjoy their sprawling ‘forest’ of artificial maple and pine trees, quirky plastic figures of peacocks, flamingos and giraffes, all of which are lit up by millions of LED lights. It is also called City of Digital Lights, a name that fits perfectly with its persona.
Looking for a place to retreat from the city’s fast paced lifestyle and surround yourself with nature for a while? Then the Escape Theme Park Penang was made for you. With activities like Atan’s Leap, Monkey Business, Go Ape, Gecko Tower, Tubby Racer, Zoom Bug and more, enjoy life in the wild for a while with your friends and family right here.
If you’re looking for a truly unforgettable experience then these parks are for you. Get your loved ones together and make some memories than you can talk about for weeks on end, you won’t regret it.
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