Sun­way La­goon

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Fly, ride, play, scream and ex­plore in Sun­way La­goon. Di­vided into five parks, there are over 80 ex­cit­ing rides and at­trac­tions to choose from. The Wa­ter Park, Wildlife Park and Amuse­ment Park are great for fam­i­lies, but the Scream Park and Ex­treme Park are only suit­able for older kids.

Sun­way La­goon’s Wa­ter Park di­vides it­self into two sec­tions: the Wa­ters of Africa is where you’ll find the mon­u­men­tal Vu­vuzela, the world’s largest wa­ter ride, while Surf Beach ac­com­mo­dates one of the world’s largest man-made wave pools, where kids can try out surf­ing and body board­ing.

The Wildlife Park was re-launched early in 2015 and of­fers an in­ter­ac­tive and ed­u­ca­tional ex­pe­ri­ence. The park is home to sun bears, meerkats, pan­thers, pythons and even an ex­clu­sive pair of white li­ons, Zola and Zuri. Kids can learn all about the an­i­mals through shows, pet­ting ses­sions and ‘wild en­coun­ters’ that are sched­uled through­out the day.

Fur­ther­more, Sun­way La­goon cer­tainly doesn’t dis­ap­point when it comes to adren­a­line-pump­ing ac­tion. While teens can head to the Ex­treme Park for at­trac­tions like G-Force X, Asia’s fastest sling­shot that goes from 0-120 km/h in two sec­onds, the Amuse­ment Park of­fers ex­hil­a­rat­ing fun for the whole fam­ily. Try Malaysia’s first 360-de­gree ro­tat­ing pi­rate ship, Pi­rate’s Re­venge, or let the younger ones run wild in Cap­tain Kid’s Play­land and Candy­land. Keep your eyes peeled for the up­com­ing Nick­elodeon­themed at­trac­tion, which will in­clude an ar­ray of ex­cit­ing rides, as well as Nick­elodeon’s sig­na­ture slime del­uge. It’s all set to open in early 2016. 3 Jalan PJS 11/11, Ban­dar Sun­way, PJ (03 5639 0000/www.sun­way­la­ Daily, 10am-6pm. Adults, (12 years old and above) RM150; Chil­dren (11 years old and be­low) & Se­nior cit­i­zens (60 years old and above) RM120. Ac­tiv­i­ties in the Ex­treme Park have a sep­a­rate pric­ing from the en­trance fees. Visit web­site for more in­for­ma­tion.


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