Genting Highlands in the north-east part of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is a resort city located on a mountain peak of the Titiwangsa Mountain Range overlooking the capital city of Malaysia. It was built in 1965-1971 and has been steadily expanded and developed ever since. Most of the tourists go here for loads of entertainment, clean air and good views.
Here are three must visit places in Genting Highlands:
First World Plaza
The First World Plaza is the main dining and shopping area of Genting Highlands. This extensive complex is connected by bridgeway to the Outdoor Theme Park and First World Hotel. You will find lots shops and restaurants and stalls selling souvenir items for tourists and holiday makers. In the center part o the complex is an Indoor Theme Park with different theme base from different countries like United States, France, Italy, China and many more. There is an area called time square with a big Statue of Liberty as the main attraction. In some occasion, there are performances like acrobatic shows, dances, magical shows and other entertainment held here.
The main attraction for adults and for those who are not contented in playing baccarat at playpoker.com are the 24 hours casinos. There are several big casinos in Genting Highlands and only those above 21 years old are allowed to enter. Visitors or Patrons wearing sunglasses, hats, slippers, sandals, short pants, round-necked T-shits and sports attire are also not permitted to go inside the Casinos. For those carrying backpacks and cameras there are locker rental available for rent at the entrance of the casinos.
Outdoor Theme Park
For teens and young at heart, Genting’s Outdoor Theme Park is the main attraction. It offers rides for all ages like Cyclone, Astro Fighter, Corkscrew, Dinosaurland, Flying Coaster, Flying Dragon, Turbo Drop, Grand Prix Fan-Kart, Gun Simulator, Rolling Thunder, Mine Train and many more… This Outdoor Theme Park is considered as one of Malaysia’s premiere centre for family entertainment. The park can get very crowded during some part of the day. One must buy an entrance pass before you can enter and enjoy rides.
Theme Park Operation Hours:-
Monday – Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturday / Sunday & School Holidays: 9am to 7pm
Public Holidays: 8am to 8pm