A rawr-ing time with dinosaurs
> Visitors get to meet with these prehistoric giants at the Lost World of Tambun’s Xmasaurus celebration
HEAD down to the Lost World of Tambun in Ipoh this time of the year, and get transported back to a time when dinosaurs roamed the Earth.
From now till Jan 1, 2017, the park is rolling out an array of interesting activities and shows to give visitors an ‘Xmasaurus’ experience.
Kick start your Merry Prehistoric Christmas at the Lost World of Tambun by meeting familiar Christmas characters, alongside some cavemen.
You can also take selfies with jolly old Santasaur at his meetand-greet session before he entertains guests with a fun dance performance.
Then, watch as the dinosaurs take centrestage, and dance in the Xmas Rawr show.
You can also get close to baby dinosaurs and feed them at the Meet-and-Greet Baby Dinosaurs session.
To top things off, watch the Xmasaurus Dinosaurs Alive show, where you can even get up close and personal with these fearsome beasts.
Everyone is also welcome to join the joyous Xmasaurus Parade, and take awesome photos as a keepsake of your fun-filled day at the Lost World of Tambun.
Other activities to be had include:
putting on a dinosaur costume and stomping your way through the Jurassic Rally;
dropping by at the Dino Cryo archaeology lab to unleash your inner archaeologist;
learning how to excavate a dinosaur in an ice ball, where you can also win yourself a dinosaur egg;
‘building’ yourself a T-Rex with sand within 40 seconds at the D-I-Dyno; or
beating down a piñata T-Rex at the T-Rex Smackdown Challenge.
You can also search for your very own dinosaur at Paleo Dig locations around the Lost World of Tambun.
When night falls, the Night Zoo at the Lost World of Tambun comes to life. Watch exotic nocturnal animals up close, and take a walk along the unique new rainforest trail.
Youngsters can also get to be a part of the Lost World of Tambun’s tribe of warriors with the Camping Under the Stars event from Dec 2 to 4.
It is open to children aged eight to 14 years old,who will get to spend three days and two nights in the company of fellow warriors.
Sign up for the camp at RM388 per person, or RM300 if you are a Lost World of Tambun Jr Ranger.
Visitors can also take advantage of the free shuttle bus service to the park at various participating hotels within Ipoh.
Malizan Zakaria, the general manager of the Lost World of Tambun, said: “School holidays are always [looked forward to by] everyone, as this is when we get to spend time with our loved ones.
“Our hope is to share the uniqueness of the Lost World of Tambun with our guests, and be the place for families and friends to have a fun-filled day.”
For more, visit the Lost World of Tambun website.
It’s a Xmasaurus celebration at the Lost World of Tambun in Ipoh from now till New Year’s Day.