Remember how Genting indoor theme park used to be like? Hulk ripping through the walls, Superman flying across the sky and the reindeeer pulling sleigh ride on the air? Resorts World Genting redefines our childhood memory with their new indoor theme park this April 2019.
Bigger and Better
Previously known as First World Indoor Theme Park, the new and revamped indoor theme park is now called Skytropolis Funland . Spread across four floors, the theme park’s latest innovative attraction includes The VOID hyper reality center, Imaginatrix that combines physical rides with virtual reality and BigTop Video Games Park.
The 2-years of long wait is all worth it with the sight of the carnival-like wonderland. Skytropolis Funland has a total of 22 fun rides and attractions, 9 thrill rides, 8 family rides and 5 children rides.
Spread over 500,000 sq. ft., the new 7 cutting-edge rides to look out for is Power Surge, Disco!, Spin Crazy, Bumper Boss, family rides like Tea Cups and Balloon Race and the child ride Boo Boo Bump.
An Unforgettable Time
Brian Machamer, Senior Vice President of Theme Parks for Resorts World Genting says “We are always strving to excite and impress our guests with new experiences at the resort, and with Skytropolis Funland, we have succeeded in creating a carnival wonderland that can be enjoyed at any time of the year by children, adults and families alike.”
From now until 21 April, there will be a harvest of multi-coloured eggs over the theme park for fun photo ops and egg-hunting activities! Get the Eggs-ploration Map (chargeable), search for special eggs over the theme park, collect the stickers and stand a chance to win a Genting Dream Cruise package for four worth up to RM12,000 departing from Singapore to Penang and Langkawi or to Phuket.
Get Your Tickets Now
The pay-per-ride tickets are priced at RM11 on weekdays and at RM16 each on Saturday to Sunday, Public Holidays, Eeve of Public Holidays and on School Holidays. For an unlimited experience, Skytropolis Funland Preview Pass is available at RM64 at the Ticketing Counters.
Text by Jessy Wong