Looking for a day of fun and excitement? Themed parks are a great way to spice up a trip. With the magic and fantasy surrounding theme parks, these are usually the go-to destinations to connect with friends and families. Here are the top 10 theme parks that you should definitely check out in Malaysia!
Everything is awesome at Legoland Johor, where an array of brick-tacular activities await you! Featuring the world-renowned toy brand, this brick world opens up your wildest imaginations. Visit the world of Ninjago for Japanese-inspired 3D rides; or hold a siege at Lego Kingdom’s Castle Stage. For aqua-lovers, head to the Water Park for a splashing good time, where you get to shoot out water sprouts from Lego guns.
Berjaya Time Square Theme Park
Hailed as the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia, Berjaya Times Square’s indoor theme park offers rides and attractions that are suitable for visitors of all ages. Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, it’s the perfect break from exploring the city center and shopping sprees. Since the park is located inside a mall, you can still enjoy yourself even on rainy days! This amusement park is separated into two areas; the Fantasy Garden which is a child-friendly section with slower rides, and the Galaxy Station which hosts heart-stopping thrill rides.
Skytropolis, Sky Avenue
A new addition to the list, Skytropolis at Sky Avenue, Genting is also an indoor theme park with attractions that cater to both small and big kids. The plus point? It’s situated at the top of Genting Highlands, Malaysia’s infamous high-altitude City of Entertainment. Skytropolis offers everything an amusement park should have, from bumper cars to carousels and jumping towers. You can opt for a day-pass that promises unlimited rides, or pay-per-ride passes if you’re looking for a one-off adrenaline rush.
A favorite amusement park among those living in Klang Valley, Sunway Lagoon is situated right in the heart of Sunway City. The park is separated into six themed areas. The Water Park at Sunway Lagoon is not just an ordinary water park, it’s also home to one of the hottest event space in town – the Surf Beach. If you’re not into getting wet, head on to the dry Amusement Park for adventure rides, or visit the Wildlife Park to learn about animals. Real adrenaline junkies would love the Scream Park and Extreme Park for their heart-stopping attractions. Children, on the other hand, would be enthralled by the lost civilization setting at the Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon.
Lost World of Tambun
Spend a fun-filled day at this theme park located in Ipoh, Malaysia’s historical city. Priding themselves in providing a wholesome family adventure, the Lost World of Tambun is more than just an amusement park. Besides wet and dry attractions, the park’s premises also include a hot spring, a petting zoo and a night safari. During the day, be sure to visit the amusement parks for an exciting fun time. As the sun goes down, the Night Park and Night Safari offer fire shows and night safari rides. Those spending a night on the premises can opt for some unwinding and relaxing in the 100% natural mineral hot springs.
Wet World Shah Alam
Wet World Shah Alam promises a fun experience for the whole family. Its attractions cater to mostly younger visitors, with most rides suitable for children as young as 5 years old. The park consists of several exciting highlights, such as the Pirate Cove, where children get to role-play as sailors and pirates. Water slides and tube slides are abundant in this park, with crowd favorites such as the snaking Caribbean Rider, and the gently Monsoon Rider. Your family is definitely in for a splashing good time!
A Famosa Water Theme park
Escape from the hustle and bustle of city life at the largest water theme park in Malaysia. Located in the historic city of Malacca, A Famosa Water Theme Park offers an array of thrilling water attractions that promises a fun time for the whole family. Younger kids will love the Kid’s Adventure Pool, with its mini slides and water sprays. Braver crusaders should go on the High-Speed Ride, a seven-storey slide that shoots you into a wading pool below in just mere seconds. The park also features an iconic lazy river, allowing you to float around when you’re all worn out from the thrills of the day.
Escape Park Penang
If you’re on a trip to Penang Island, Escape Park at Teluk Bahang is the place to go. Separated into dry and wet parks, Escape Park Penang features a plateau of obstacle challenges with varying difficulties. Not for the faint-hearted and weak-willed, the dry park includes flying foxes, kart rides, kite flyers, three-storey-high rope obstacles and bungee jumps. The best part? Their newly-added water park impressively holds a Guinness World Record for the longest tube water slide in the world.
A complete water attraction for thrill-seekers of all ages, Melaka Wonderland is situated 15 minutes away from Malacca town. This water theme park offers a few thrilling attractions that are great for a day out. Get sucked into a hurricane in the Tornado Chaser, or speed down a blazing water trail on the Kamikaze Racer. The park also includes a mini Adventure Island for younger visitors.
Angry Birds Activity Park, Johor
Frolic around with the world’s cutest, grumpiest birds at the Angry Birds Activity Park in Komtar JBCC, Johor Bahru. Made for visitors of all ages, this air-conditioned indoor playground provides a fun-filled experience for the whole family. Enjoy the activities across the park, from indoor obstacle courses to climbing areas and laser tag war zones. Before you go, don’t forget to visit the souvenir shop to bring home exclusive plushies!
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