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GARDENS OF EDEN

Malaysia is naturally blessed with 8,000 species of flowering plants, 3,000 species of trees, 1,000 species of orchids, 300 species of palms and 60 species of bamboos in our evergreen tropical landscape. It’s certainly a great “palette of colours” to have in designing a unique brand of Malaysian gardens and parks.

Although there is no exact record of the history of gardens in Malaysia, its existence and beauty have been described in many classic Malay literature from the 18th and 19th centuries. In them, gardens that surrounded the Malacca palace in the 15th century were described in great detail. Among the earliest mention of gardens in Malaysia was by a Buddhist pilgrim who came across the royal garden of an old Malay kingdom in 609 A.D. However, the first public garden in the country was introduced by the British in 1890 and is known till today as the Lake Gardens. Today, various beautifully-designed gardens can be found all over Malaysia.

Here, let me help you to explore some our beautiful gardens, just follow the smell of the blooming flowers and fresh cut grass.

 

Perdana Botanical Garden, Kuala Lumpur

The name Alfred Venning may not ring a bell to Malaysians compared to the Federate Malay States British Resident, Frank Swettenham. That Mr. Swettenham was a very, very popular gentleman during the British colonization in Malaya. However, it was Mr. Venning who was responsible for creating one of Malaysia’s first public recreational parks which he named the Lake Gardens in 1880. His original intention was actually to create a botanical garden but somehow it never made its mark as a botanical garden, not until 123 years later, that is.

In 1975, Venning’s Lake Gardens was officially renamed and opened as Taman Tasik Perdana or Perdana Lake Garden by the second Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdul Razak. Fast forward to 2010, Alfred Venning’s vision of turning the once swamp valley of the Sungai Brass Brass into a botanical garden had finally become a reality when Kuala Lumpur City Hall embarked on a mega project to upgrade the park into a Botanical Garden.  It was officially launched as the Perdana Botanical Garden on 28 June 2011.

Now that the public recreational park has been transformed into a botanical garden, you don’t have to be an arborist or horticulturist to notice and appreciate the various collections of unique trees be it local or foreign trees that are scattered throughout the 101.12-hectare garden. Be sure to pick up a map when you enter so you don’t miss anything; your visit will be much more interesting if you have a knowledgeable guide to walk through with you as an informative tour will help inspire you to look at plants and trees differently.

 

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  1. Kesinai Tree

Well-known as an expensive bonsai plant, Kesinai tree or Streblus Asper was chosen as an official symbol for the Perdana Botanical Garden by the former Kuala Lumpur Mayor, Tan Sri Ahmad Fuad Ismail for its unique characters. The cute collection of bonsai Kesinai can be found at the Topiary Collection section of the garden.

  1. Baobab or Adansonia Digitata

Exploring the garden will remind us of the simple beauty that nature offers every day no matter where we are in this world and which we always take for granted. Take Laman Perdana for example, it is an area where one will find majestic trees such as Baobab or Adansonia digitata, the Africa’s iconic ‘upside-down’ tree.

  1. Herbaceous Collections

Don’t forget to explore the beautiful landscape of the Conservatory where most of the herbaceous collections of the garden were originally kept in the conservatory, which dates back to the beginning of the Lake Gardens in 1889. You will be mesmerised by the beautiful collections of geraniums, aroids, and other foliage plants planted there.

  1. Brownea Trees

Make your way to the Brownea Street which is named after the rows of Brownea trees planted along the newly upgraded pathway. Seeing the tree up close, you will realise that Brownea macrophylla flowers grow on the main trunk of the tree. Fascinating, don’t you think so?

COOL ACTIVITIES AT THE BOTANICAL GARDEN

  1. EXERCISE

One of the best places to jog or walk or jump. With a 2.3-km running loop, the park also has a variety of exciting terrains – a mix of stairs, hills, flats, twists, and turns.

  1. BOAT RIDE

According to its website, the boats will be available soon for rental for those who would like to have a leisurely cruise on the lake.

  1. MALAYSIA CARTOON AND COMIC HOUSE

This gallery currently contains over 500 selected works (representing a mere 10% of the gallery’s archive!) dating from 1936-1990. Many of the works on show have been loaned from private collectors and cannot be viewed anywhere else in Malaysia.

  1. THE AMPHITHEATRE

On certain days and months, the public will be able to catch free performances by local artists. The information can be obtained from its website. The amphitheatre was built in the late 1960s. It was famous for providing free entertainment to the general public. Today, the refurbishment of the amphitheatre has been completed with roofs attached to provide shelter to visitors.

LOCATION
The Perdana Botanical Garden is situated within the Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park, which covers an area of more than 170 acres located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

AMENITIES
Apart from the café, restrooms, prayer room and parking area, the Perdana Botanical Garden also provides other amenities such as:-

Garden Trams
Trams are available for visitors to go around the grounds and stop at the sections they wish to explore.

Heritage Park Shuttle Trams
Shuttle trams are available daily to take visitors to all the attractions within the Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park. Tickets are valid throughout the day from 9 am to 6 pm. Ticket Fees: RM2 for adults and RM1 for children.

Bicycle Rental
For those who want to explore the garden on their own, bicycles are available for rental. Rates: RM3 each for 30 minutes.

GUIDED WALK
Guided walks are provided free of charge on Sundays, 8 am to 10 am. Visitors will be taken on an interesting walk around the garden by an experienced guide. For other times, private tours can be arranged for a fee.

Book a Guide:
Recreation Unit
Perdana Botanical Garden
Telephone: +603 2021 0812
(10am to 5pm) 

GETTING THERE
With the Lake Gardens’ central location in the capital, access is quite easy for visitors. Buses B115, B112, and B101 all stop within a 5-minute walk of the Perdana Lake Gardens.  Another option is to take the KTM Komuter train to the Old Kuala Lumpur station.

 

Putrajaya Botanical Garden – “Mother of All Gardens”

The biggest botanical garden in Malaysia, the Putrajaya Botanical Garden covers an area over 92 hectares. The park is divided into three sections – flowers, ornamental plants and preservation/research purposes.

The garden currently has more than 700 species of flowering plants, local plants as well as plants from the Asia-Pacific and Africa regions.

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  1. CYCAS / JAPANESE SAGO PALM

Cycas is an ancient plant that has been in existence since 230 over million years ago. During that time, this plant was a food source for herbivorous dinosaurs. This plant can be found at the Sun Garden.

  1. GAPING DUTCHMANS PIPE / ARISTOLOCHIA RINGENS

Gaping Dutchman’s Pipe (Aristolochia ringens), is a perennial climbing plant from South America and can grow up to 6 m high. The flower tube ascends obliquely from the sack, dividing into two very long lips. The two lips give an impression of a gaping mouth.

  1. BODHI TREE

The bodhi tree is one of the fig tree species planted in Ficus Shade at the botanical garden. This tree is deemed sacred by Hindu and Buddha devotees as it was believed that Siddharta Buddha had meditated and received enlightenment under the tree.

COOL ACTIVITIES AT THE BOTANICAL GARDEN

  1. CANOPY BRIDGE

Enjoy the scenic tropical rainforest canopy. This 170-metres long bridge runs across a valley cultivated with various species of rainforest trees.

  1. SUN GARDEN

Visit the Sun Garden to learn how to tell time with the sundial. It is one of the oldest ways used by humans to tell time.

  1. The Lakeside – The Lake Boardwalk and Wetland

Enjoy taking a small walk on this walkway, where you get to see the dam that separates the Putrajaya Lake from the wetland

  1. MOROCCAN PAVILION

Visit the Moroccan Pavilion, with its unique Moorish-style architecture. The gallery located at this Moroccan Pavilion houses a collection of items and architecture from the famous royal cities of Fez, Maknes, Marrakech, and Rabat in Morroco.

  1. GIFT SHOP

Take home some interesting collections from its quaint gift shop offering environmentally friendly souvenirs.

Getting Here
ByCar/ Taxi/ Bus or ERL
This area is 25 km from Kuala Lumpur and 20 km north of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). One can use the Express Railway (ERL), car, taxi or bus to destinations in Putrajaya.

Who to Contact
Putrajaya Botanical Garden
Tel                   :           +603-8887 7770
Email               :           [email protected]
Website          :           www.ppj.gov.my

Penang Botanic Garden

The Penang Botanic Gardens, more popularly known as the “Waterfall Gardens”, was established by the British way back in 1884 from an old quarry site. The Gardens were founded by Charles Curtis from the Gardens and Forests Departments Straits Settlements. As the first Curator, Curtis was a devoted plant lover who tirelessly transformed the granite quarry into a garden, and greatly contributed to the botanical and horticulture development of the Gardens.

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  1. The Rain Tree

The magnificent rain tree at the main entrance of Penang Botanic Gardens had greeted many visitor since 1800’s. This fast growing shade-tree can grow up until 35 meter in height. Locals call it the “Pokok Pukul Lima” or the “5 o’clock Tree” because the compound exhibit “sleep motion”, that is they close just before sunset and open just after sunrise.

  1. The Canon Ball Tree / Couroupita Guaneensis

A beautiful fast growing tree which reaches 25m in height. The leaves have a life span of approximately 6 months after which they are shed rapidly so that the crown is usually bare for a day or two. A remarkable flowering tree bearing large pinkish red, fragrant waxy flowers borne on the tree trunk along woody twigs. Later, large reddish brown globular fruits emerge, each attaining the size of a human head and containing a mass of sour smelling pulp.

COOL ACTIVITIES AT THE BOTANICAL GARDEN

  1. EXERCISE

It is a great natural place to do exercise like jogging and cycling. It offers the best jogging track with beautiful garden scenery.

  1. HIKING

You can also do some hiking either through the forest or the main road from the botanical garden all the way to the Penang Hill.

  1. WATERFALL
    The waterfall on-site is privately owned although you can visit upon approval from the Penang Water Authority. Another way of visiting the waterfall is through organised monthly visits by ‘The Friends of the Penang Botanic Gardens’, a non-governmental organisation.

Getting Here

By Road or Car
The Garden is about 8 km from the town centre. Parking is available at several car parks just outside the Garden entrance.

By Bus
Bus 10 from Georgetown takes you all the way to the Gardens. It stops in the large car park just outside the entrance.

Who to Contact
Penang Botanic Gardens Department
Address           :           Jalan Kebun Bunga, 10350 Penang, Malaysia
Tel                   :           +604-227 0428
Fax                  :           +604-228 6075
Email               :           [email protected]
Website          :           http://botanicalgardens.penang.gov.my

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Cuisine in Melaka

MELAKA TARGETS 14 MILLION VISITORS IN 2013

Melaka records 6.8 mil tourist arrivals, confident of 14 mil target

Posted on 1 October 2013 – 04:28pm
Last updated on 1 October 2013 – 04:57pm

MELAKA (Oct 1, 2013): Melaka has recorded 6.8 million domestic and foreign tourist arrivals during the first six months of this year, from 6.7 million in the corresponding period last year, Chief Minister Datuk Idris Haron told the State Assembly today.

He said the state was targeting new markets, like the Middle East and Africa, with efforts being made to attract more tourists from the affected countries to come to Melaka.

“The (state) government is confident of achieving this year’s target of 14 million tourist arrivals, compared with 13.7 million last year,” he said in his motion of thanks on the speech by the Yang Dipertua Negeri of Melaka, Tun Mohd Khalil Yaakob when opening the Melaka State Assembly sitting.

He called on all quarters to play their role to achieve the target and not to politicise issues, like the case on the closing of Jonker Walk which was aimed to reduce traffic congestion in the area.

Idris said efforts were also being made by the state government to attract more investors and negotiations were in progress with giant companies, like Microsoft and Guardian, to get them to invest in Melaka.

The state government is also discussing with a company from Spain to build a renewable energy plant, involving investment of RM2 billion, he added.

Bernama

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ZHENG HE RETURNS TO MELAKA

Wednesday January 30, 2013

Zheng He ‘returns’ to Malacca
By R.S.N.MURALI
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Epic voyage: A replica of the vessel helmed by Zheng He in Jonker Walk, Malacca.
MALACCA: Legend has it that Admiral Zheng He and his armada left his home port of Nanjing in China for their epic voyage to India in the Year of the Snake in the 1400s. Along the way they stopped at Malacca.

To mark the auspicious year of his voyage, the Chinese community will display a huge replica of the ship used by the admiral in the city’s world-famous Jonker Street, touted as the pulse of the community here.

Measuring 30m in length and 23m-high, it weighs close to two tonnes and resembles the original Chinese junk used by Zheng He in his sea travels.

Two cranes hoisted the replica to its above-ground berth on Friday night.

State MCA chief Datuk Gan Tian Loo said the replica, assembled by local craftsmen, would be displayed on two pillars that support the artificial junk, the names of the countries the admiral had sailed to.

Zheng He had reputedly sailed to 30 nations across Asia and Africa.

Gan said the craftsmen had incorporated intricate designs from the original vessel into the replica.

“It will be the icon of this historic city during the celebrations,” he said, adding thousands of visitors are expected to view the boat during the festive season.

“The city is ready to welcome the Year of the Snake in style, with carnivals and shows to mark the auspicious event,” he said, adding that Zheng He’s boat will complement the 1Malaysia dragons that adorn Jonker Street to mark the outgoing Year of the Dragon.

One of the dragons, dubbed the Prosperity Dragon, measures 121m-long, and is the longest outdoor dragon effigy in Malaysia.

The Harmony Dragon comes a close second at 91m.

Meanwhile, Temple Street , also known as Harmony Street in the old section of Malacca city, was lit with hundreds of red lanterns and coloured lights on Saturday.

Several arches and billboards with festive greetings and messages already festoon Jonker Street.

Hundreds jammed the streets in the historical hub as Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam led a team of community leaders that included MCA vice-president Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai and Jonker Walk committee adviser Datuk Wira Gan Boon Leong to light the lanterns to usher in the new year.

Earlier, several lion dance troupes, musicians, dancers, performers and entertainers, showcased their talents in various performances to entertain the public and foreign tourists.

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Lee Sinjie’s charitable outing to Mozambique

World Vision envoy Angelica Lee Sinjie shares her practice during a charitable outing to Mozambique in Africa.

One of a tip 5 lowest countries in a world, Mozambique is poverty-stricken

ON a day we left Hong Kong, we was really sick. Kevin Chiu, CEO of World Vision Hong Kong, was disturbed about me and gave me some remedy for my cold, during a flight. The remedy contingency have done me indolent and after a while, we dozed off.

I have visited many poverty-stricken countries as partial of World Vision’s programme. The countless trips have proven to be didactic and enriching. The contemptible misery we see around me has done me some-more dynamic to do my bit to assistance a needy.

On this trip, we brought my nephew, Han Han, along with me. we have watched Han Han grow adult and yield him like my possess son. we am reminded of how my grandmother used to take me along on her visits to impecunious families in a villages, when we was a kid. we felt it was time for Han Han, 13, to knowledge a same.

When we initial mentioned a outing to Han Han, it didn’t take him prolonged to confirm to come along. It was going to be an eight-day revisit to Africa. The 20-hour flight, rough float to remote villages, and boiling object did not deter Han Han.

Upon alighting during a South African airport, we took a joining moody to Maputo, collateral of Mozambique. Once there, we visited a internal domicile of World Vision before we took a three-hour automobile float and arrived during a small, remote city in a evening. We checked into a hotel for a night.

After dinner, we popped in a integrate some-more pills for my cold, and went to bed early to ready myself for a following day’s revisit to six-year-old Celeste. we told Han Han we would be withdrawal during 4am a subsequent day, and he soon went to bed.

The subsequent morning, we felt improved after a good night’s rest. We were good on a approach to revisit Celeste before emergence broke.

Celeste (left) and Lee Sinjie pity a joyous impulse together

Celeste’s relatives had succumbed to illness, withdrawal her underneath a caring of her 70-year-old grandmother. The small hovel they lived in was done of silt and hay. Celeste’s father built it before he died.

I walked towards a house, and knocked on a wooden door. The doorway non-stop slowly.

It was dim inside as they had no electricity. Celeste was sleeping on a straw pad widespread out on a red-clay floor. She burnished her eyes as she sat up. Her grandmother was all smiles when she saw us.

Celeste stared during me with her large trusting eyes. She contingency have wondered either she was still dreaming. we was drawn to her instantly.

Celeste led a approach as we walked down a sandy highway to a good assembled by World Vision. It is some-more than half an hour any way, and Celeste creates 3 trips to a good daily to fetch H2O for domestic use.

Celeste used all a strength in her small physique to pull adult H2O from a well. we assimilated her and filled a large bucket with H2O from a well. The locals who were queueing for their turn, had a good giggle when they saw me stuffing adult a bucket in an ungainly manner.

Under a extreme sun, Celeste carried a complicated bucket of H2O on her conduct as she walked barefooted on a prohibited sand.

What clever legs and arms she had, we suspicion to myself as we trailed behind her.

Lee Sinjie (left) trails after Celeste as a small lady leads a way

My heart ached when we suspicion of her plight. She had mislaid both relatives before she was even aged adequate to talk. Her aging grandmother can hardly means to buy her a set of propagandize uniform. The lady cooking cassava with sour leaves harvested by her grandmother, and helps accumulate mangoes and cashew nuts from a ground. When there is a drought, any dish is capricious and many a time, she goes to bed hungry.

Celeste stopped and incited around to check on me. we was perplexing to change a complicated bucket on my head. Sweat was streaming down my back. She waited until we held adult with her. We walked on in silence, joined by a bond that transcends words.

After a pleasant lunch, we gathering to a cemetery where Celeste’s relatives were laid to rest. We offering a request and some flowers. With a assistance of a translator, we chatted with Celeste’s grandmother. While we were chatting, Celeste sat down during my foot, sensitively following a review as she played with my fingers. we stroked her impertinence and looked into her eyes that mirrored a ignorance of a young.

Her grandmother common her fears with me. She voiced her regard for Celeste. Who would demeanour after a child when she is gone?

I motionless to assistance lift Celeste by sponsoring her. She is my 21st sponsored child. After spending several hours with her, my heart began to pain when it was time for me to leave.

I used palm gestures to tell Celeste that we had to leave. The grin on her face vanished, and she gripped my palm as we walked towards a car. Suddenly, with a shrill cry, she hugged me and detonate into tears. we could not reason behind my tears, and cried as we hugged her.

However, we left her comforted by a declaration that Celeste was underneath a World Vision Child Sponsorship Programme. She would be in good hands as a World Vision staff would revisit her and demeanour into her needs.

A news of her swell and health will be sent to me any year. we can still promulgate with Celeste by letters to safeguard that she receives a correct preparation and grows adult healthy.

Mozambique is among a tip 5 lowest countries in a world. After gaining autonomy from Portugal, a nation was bankrupt by years of polite war. There are signs of wealth in a collateral city where pleasing Portuguese-style buildings mount as a sign of a country’s colonial past.

But once we leave a city, tracts of uninhabited land widen as distant as a eye can see. Small huts dot a meagre landscape. We were told a supervision lacked supports to favour a land for rural purposes. As most as 20% of a race has engaged HIV/AIDS, causing many children like Celeste to be orphaned.

I visited dual sisters. When a comparison lady was six, her father died and she had to demeanour after her critically ill mom and her three-year-old sister. After 6 years, their mom upheld away, withdrawal a dual sisters to deflect for themselves.

The girls are 16 and 13 now. They nap on a straw pad in their unclothed hut. When it rains, a roof leaks badly. The girls tarry on cassava given by kind neighbours.

Since a investiture in 1950, World Vision has been assisting bankrupt communities in many corners of a earth. World Vision has instituted 38 projects in Mozambique, benefiting 2,000 to 4,000 people in any community. The projects widen over a duration of 10 to 15 years.

World Vision built wells in remote villages to yield entrance to celebration H2O for vacant communities.

They built schools for a children so that they did not have to investigate in huts with roofs that could be carried by clever winds. Medical centres were set adult to make medical diagnosis permitted to a sick. Pregnant women were spared from carrying to trek prolonged distances to get to a hospital. Villagers were given opportunities to beget income to support their families. Local communities were being prepared about HIV/AIDS.

Han Han did not protest via a trip. He endured a prohibited continue and blending good to a bustling schedule. He even played football with a encampment kids and picked mangoes with them.

The internal children and Han Han (right) connected instantly

On a final day of a trip, Han Han motionless to unite a six-year-old waif with his possess slot money.

This outing was a initial together. we am blissful we were means to share this useful knowledge that nurtured a bargain of humanity.

As we walked forward, we saw pain, grief and helplessness, though we also saw empathy, wish and a adore that transcends barriers. When we widespread my arms to welcome these trusting children and felt a regard of their adore and bodies, we realised what complacency means. – Angelica Lee Sinjie


Map: Mozambique, Africa

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Wonderful Malaysia

Fun and Adventure during Sunway Lagoon

For a day of thrills and fun in a city, conduct on to Sunway Lagoon thesis park. The thesis park was determined in 1992 and has been famous by a International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) as Asia’s Best Attraction for 4 uninterrupted years given 2007 to 2010. It is also home to a region’s hottest events and concerts such as a MTV World Stage and Arthur’s Day Celebration. Right subsequent to a thesis park we will find one of Kuala Lumpur’s many renouned selling malls: Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall (easily tangible by a outrageous lion’s conduct in front of a complex). Just a 15-minutes expostulate from Kuala Lumpur, Sunway Lagoon is certain to have something to offer for everyone.

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There are 5 categorical parks with some-more than 80 rides and attractions to try and suffer during Sunway Lagoon: a entertainment park, a Waters of Africa H2O park, a Wildlife Park, a Scream Park and a Extreme Park (check out a good video here).

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Amusement park

The entertainment park is divided into dual mini thesis parks of fun rides and thrills to prove even a many dauntless of hearts. Splash down a stream on a Niagara Falls Flume Ride and dauntless a distracted waters of a Grand Canyon River Rapids among Apache Indians during a Wild Wild West. Sail divided on a Pirates Revenge, Malaysia’s initial 360-degree rotating bandit boat that swivels 24m above a belligerent during a World of Adventure or take a breather on a world’s longest walking cessation bridge, travelling 428m and revelry in a stately perspective of a whole park.

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Waters of Africa

Waters of Africa is a ideal place to go to cold down in a sun. The Sunway Surf Beach facilities a sandy beach and a rolling roller pool that produces 8 feet high roller waves for your surfing pleasure. Have a striking good time diving down a hulk H2O slide, a African Pythons and a six-lane Congo Challenge. Children can dash about during a interactive H2O playground, a Little Zimbabwe.

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Wildlife Park

Marvel in a beauty of some-more than 150 class of extraordinary and outlandish animals from opposite a creation and learn some-more about them during a Wildlife Park, Malaysia’s first-ever entirely interactive and educational animal-themed attraction. The Wildlife Park also facilities several educational programs and live animal shows for children and adults comparison to enjoy.

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Scream Park

Be certain to check out a Scream Park, a walk-through park of horror, for a hair-raising experience. Try to tarry a trepidation fest that starts during a PONTIANAK Theatre of Fear and debate a repository of a Night during a Museum: ALIVE SCARY!. Bump into internal terrors during a Rumah Hantu in 3DX and be relieved that a finish is opening after a Tunnel of Penanggal in 3D.

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Extreme Park

Adrenaline junkies can prove their lust for adrenaline rush during a Extreme Park that offers a vast accumulation of hurdles to take on. The park has an archery sharpened range, a go-kart circuit and even an All Terrain Vehicle (ATC) route. Be impassioned and have a try of Asia’s Highest Slingshot Ride, a G-Force X; Malaysia’s longest drifting fox that spans for 206m; and Malaysia’s initial bungee jump.

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Opening hours

Sunway Lagoon is open to open on weekdays from 11am to 6am and from 10am to 6pm on weekends. It is sealed on Tuesdays solely during propagandize and open holidays.

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Entrance fees

There are dual opening packages available: a All Parks Best Value during RM100 for adults and RM80 for children and comparison adults and a 3 Parks package for opening to a H2O park, a entertainment park and a wildlife park during RM80 for adults and RM65 for children and comparison citizens. Additionally, Malaysian temperament label holders can suffer a 25% bonus off published rates.

There is a apart assign for a rides:

  • Bungy Jump: RM130 (RM75 for MyKad Holders)
  • G-Force X: RM60 (RM30 for MyKad Holders)
  • Bungy Jump G-Force X Combo: RM150 (RM95 for MyKad Holders)
  • Go-Kart: Single Seater, RM20 per ride, double Seater RM25 per ride
  • Paintball War Game: Min 4 pax per group from RM46 per person, 100 pellets (Advance engagement compulsory – Includes Co2 Canister, Protection Mask Vest, Barrel Plug Paintball Marker)

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Contact sum residence Sunway Lagoon

Sunway Lagoon
3, Jalan PJS 11/11, Bandar Sunway,
46150 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: + 603 5639 0000
Fax: + 603 5637 0050
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.sunwaylagoon.com

How to get to Sunway Lagoon

Sunway Lagoon is located in Bandar Sunway in Petaling Jaya. It is permitted around a network of expressways (Federal Highway, Damansara-Puchong Expressway, New Pantai Express Way and KESAS Highway) and is a 15-minute expostulate from Kuala Lumpur. You can also get to a entertainment park by open transport. Take a LRT sight to Subang Jaya KTM Station or Kelana Jaya Putra Station and take a train to Sunway Lagoon from there.

Hotels resorts during Sunway Lagoon

There are utterly a few good hotels and resorts to chose from that are in tighten closeness of a thesis park. The many lush review during Sunway is The Villas @ Sunway. Another 5-star place to stay is a good Sunway Resort Hotel Spa. You can suffer a some-more affordable stay during a 4-star Sunway Pyramid Hotel. Budget travelers will find a whole operation of basic hotels and guesthouses in a Bandar Sunway area.

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Map of Sunway Lagoon thesis park

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