Genting Skyworlds, the outdoor theme park at Genting Highlands, is now open to the public and visitors can enter for free until 2nd January 2022! There are nine theme lands that are inspired by 20th Century Studios brands.
These include Ice Age, Rio, Epic, Robots, Night at the Museum, Independence Day and Planet of the Apes. With more than 15 attractions, visitors can enjoy different theme rides. Such as Night at the Museum: Midnight Mayhem and Sid’s Rock N Slide log ride from Ice Age.
Talking about snowing in Malaysia could be a disbelief. However, Fadhilah Zulkefli (@pedzulkefli) took to her TikTok account to showcase magical (artificial) snowfall at Central Park in Genting as they usher in the merriment of the holidays.
So with Christmas around the corner and the most Malaysian weather can offer is heat or rain, this is a perfect place to be in to feel more festive and with hints of Christmas cheer.
Here is the daily snowfall schedule:
Monday – Tuesday: 6.13pm, 8.38pm, 9.53pm
Wednesday – Friday: 6.13pm, 8.23pm, 9.53pm
Saturday – Sunday: 5.08pm, 6.13pm, 7.23pm, 8.23pm, 9.23pm
Christmas Eve & New Year’s Eve snowfall schedule (24 December and 31 December, 2021): 6.13pm, 7.23pm, 8.38pm, 9.53pm, 11.18pm, 12am. Snow will fall for 10 minutes every two hours from Wednesday to Friday starting at 7 pm. As for the weekend, it will snow for 10 minutes every hour.
The perfect destination for every traveller
Genting Highlands is a place where you will have plenty of fun. Be it Genting Skyworlds, Skytropolis, or the Sky Avenue Mall. It has everything that you ever wished for.
For more information on Genting Highland’s Winter Wonderland 2021 and the family fun activities that come with it, you can check out their website here.