An ad­ven­ture park with 25 vir­tual worlds, The Rift lets you ex­pe­ri­ence hair-rais­ing ex­ploits in the safety of vir­tual re­al­ity

Women's Weekly (Malaysia) - - INSPIRE -

SOME­THING FOR EV­ERY­ONE Many vir­tual re­al­ity spa­ces or ad­ven­ture rooms are tar­geted to­wards teenagers and older kids. How­ever, at The Rift, there re­ally is some­thing for every­body. More than a dozen of the at­trac­tions at The Rift are of world-class stan­dard, and one of the must-dos here is

Zero La­tency, said to be the world’s best free-roam­ing, fully im­mer­sive VR shooter. From sur­viv­ing a zom­bie apoca­lypse to con­duct­ing an in­ter­ga­lac­tic res­cue mis­sion, the older kids will love be­ing in their own ac­tion ad­ven­ture here. For more adren­a­line-in­duc­ing ac­tiv­i­ties, they can also en­gage in the laser tag game Ter­mi­na­torX or run through the Mino­taur’s maze in VR Ad­ven­ture.

Other vir­tual worlds in­clude the Mo­tion

Blaster, where play­ers fight off ter­ri­fy­ing preda­tors; Hado PVP where two teams face off against each other; and Hado Mon­ster Bat­tle, where play­ers team up, fight­ing against mon­sters.

Don’t feel like fight­ing? Then test your vir­tual en­durance and sports­man­ship at at­trac­tions such as The

Leap, where you can have a feel of in­door bungee jump­ing, and Hur­ri­cane

VR, where you go on a 360-de­gree fly­ing ad­ven­ture through a fan­tas­ti­cal vir­tual uni­verse. Mean­while, at the RaceRoom, play­ers get to race each other or go for their per­sonal best in a state-of-the-art car rac­ing sim­u­la­tor.


Kids 12 and be­low can en­joy The Rift Ju­nior, which con­sists of its Play­land and Party Bunker, kid-safe ex­plorer cen­tres where they can play all day.

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