Theme Parks



Lost World of Tambun, Perak

The Lost World of Tambun is located in the town of Ipoh, situated between Penang and Kuala Lumpur. The RM60 million water theme park is one of the biggest park in Malaysia.


Geographic Location  The Lost World of Tambun is located in the town of Ipoh.  The RM60 million water theme park is the biggest park there is in Malaysia. The park is strategically located at the foot of Tambun Caves, which is famous for its 5,000-year-old Neolithic cave paintings.

Unique Features     The 40-acre waterpark brings to life the ancient ruins and grottos of a lost civilisation. When you step foot at the park's Lost World, you will get the feeling of wandering into a lost civilisation almost like those featured in the Indiana Jones and Raider of the Lost Arc movies. The pool is filled with hot mineral water from the Tambun hot springs, which is renowned locally for its therapeutic properties.

It was a great challenge trying to create an environment and landscape that can 'transport' guests back to the ancient world.

Historical Background     Neolithic rock paintings are a definite attraction in the Tambun Caves situated at Tambun, which is just outside Ipoh. Neolithic rock paintings are definite attractions in these caves. The 5,000-year old paintings, which were first discovered in 1959 by more recent rock artists, speak of early dwellers of the Malay Peninsula.



Waves Restaurant   Every explorer needs good food to recharge themselves. Visitors can take a breather at Waves and enjoy freshly prepared local delights as well as family favourites. The restaurant also caters for gatherings like corporate events, family day, wedding reception, private function and birthday parties.

Tambun Bazaar   At the Bazaar, find time to browse, shop and eat at the Tambun Bazaar, where you can get unique souvenirs from locals' vast collection of memento to let you remember the good times you had at the park, as well as taste the local delicacies.


Cliff Racer     You will go straight down the speed coaster at top speed and just when you think you can go no further you're rocked gently down to earth by the strategically risen slides ends.

Tube Raiders      Whiz through the jungle as you wind your way down from the top of these giant slides on a comfortable tube.

Adventure River     Malaysia's first action river with a wave generator. You will be pleasantly surprised by the spraying water features as you glide along the river.

Tambun Hot Springs      When you really want to experience the natural beauty of Lost World, take a dip in our natural spring-fed pool. The warm earth temperatures are the perfect way to relax and unwind before you head off for more Lost World adventures.

Jungle Wave Bay    It's fun for everyone and relaxing for those who have had their fill of thrills!

Explorabay    The little explorers have been given special attention - this kids only zone boasts special smaller slides and large interactive play area with tipping mine buckets, water cannons, spraying elephants, water curtains and fountains.

Tiger Valley   This is a chance for visitors to see one of the world's most beautiful wild animals as they are in the wild. Trainers and keepers will treat adventurers to a wonderful hands-on display and information session. Don't miss this!

Dragons Flight   Thrilling swing chair ride, an aerial view of the park as you spin dry!

Lost World Train   Take it easy after all the activity as you sit back and let the "Adventure Express" take you on a journey past majestic ruins, surging water and wild tigers!

Operating Hours

It opens from 12 noons until 7 pm on weekdays. On weekends, school and public holidays, the park opens at 10 am. It closes on Tuesdays except if the day falls on Malaysian school and public holidays. The entry fees are RM21 per adult and RM16 per child. Lost World of Tambun@ Sunway City Ipoh, Tel: 05-542 8888, Fax: 05-542 8899



Sunway Lagoon Theme Park, Selangor

Sunway Lagoon has attracted more than 20 million local and foreign visitors since its inception in 1993. Recently, it has re-introduced yet another highly anticipated water park packed with cutting edge attractions which deliver more thrills, more fun, in an exotic environment. Sunway Lagoon is separated into three major themed lands -- Waters of Africa, Wild Wild West and World of Adventure, each boasting their own unique attractions.


Water of Africa      

There are 11 brand new thrilling and exciting water slides, featuring new attractions, like the Congo Challenge, Cameroon Climb, African Pythons and many more.

The Congo Challenge    Malaysia’s only head-first speed racer water slide whereas the Cameroon Climb is the 'world’s first' inverted double tube climb, steeply drops two riders at one time from as high as 15m and shoots them up again to eight metres in height, then 'see-sawing' backward and forward before coming to a complete stop. Another not-to-be-missed ride is the African Pythons.

Zulu Walk     A new attraction to look out for is the new Zulu Walk, a hip and happening "African" Walk that has lots to offer in a variety of tempting food and beverages, trendy retail shopping, plus daily 'live' African tribal dance performances and fire-eaters.


Wild Wild West    

It takes one back to the old frontier of cowboys and Indians. Discover authentically-styled facades and totem poles which further enhance the feel of a cowboy town. Find yourselves in the company of roaming Apache Indians and saloon dancing girls, as you stroll along the streets of the Wild Wild West.
Get wet on the exhilarating Niagara Falls Flume Ride, be swirled around the raging waters of the Grand Canyon River Rapids and feel the world going upside down as you experience the 360-degree swings of the Tomahawk. Fun rides for the whole family here include the Buffalo Bill Coaster, Apache Pots and Butch Cassidy's Trail.


World of Adventures    

Encounter the World's Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge, measuring 428m in length, offers a breathtaking view of the whole Lagoon from a dizzying height. 

Sunway Surf Beach  

This is the world’s largest man-made beach after it had been given a RM1.6million face lift recently. The beach comes complete with three islands near a 1.6km stretch of sandy area. And, the waves reach up to a height of 2.4m, something that would delight not just the amateur but also professional surfers. Sunway Lagoon brought in 6,000 tonnes of sand and 146 palm trees to make the venue look like a real beach.  

The Lost City of Gold    

Ride takes the adventurous through tunnels, booby traps and tarantulas. World of Adventure is also the home of Lagoon's Siberian and Bengal tigers. Other attractions include the swinging Galleon the heart-stopping Flying Carpet. These are among many exhilarating rides and attractions that will guarantee a true adventure experience. So go and 'Feel the Fun!' at the Lagoon.


Getting there

By Bus : Located in Bandar Sunway in Petaling Jaya, you can get to Sunway Lagoon either via the City Liner bus No 51 or Metrobus No 10 and No 11 from Klang Bus Station in KL.

By Rail : From Kuala Lumpur's Sentral Station, you can catch KTM Komuter trains which stop at Subang Jaya Station, or Putra-LRT trains which stops at the Kelana Jaya station. From there, just catch a feeder bus to the Sunway Pyramid stop. Sunway Lagoon is accessible by road via a network of expressways (Federal Highway, Damansara-Puchong Expressway, New Pantai Express Way and KESAS Highway) and is a mere 15 minutes' drive from Kuala Lumpur.



Bukit Merak Lake Town Resort, water theme park, Perak

Bukit Merah Laketown offers you all the right ingredients to make your stay pleasurable and fun. Visitors can experience the wonders of the lake cruise or enjoy the exciting activities at the Bukit Merah Laketown Waterpark.

Marina Village     for shopping, restaurants, arcade games and the Resort Activity Counter where you can book for various activities including jungle trekking, local tours, bike riding and camping.

Laketown Waterpark      for all the wet thrills and spills you can handle. This is the largest waterpark in Northern Malaysia and has 8 major attractions including the very popular Wet Bubble, Wave Pool and Speed Slides. There is also a special themed kiddie's area; the Perak Mining Company.

Eco-park       "Say hello to nature". This park has living exhibits of exotic and local birds, otters, butterflies, reptiles and primates all in beautifully themed individual aviaries. There are also daily shows you should not miss, featuring some of the talented animals. The Jungle Boardwalk is a relaxing walk on an elevated timber walkway that takes you trough the untouched natural rainforest.

Orang Utan Island      Imported from Borneo, these primates now inhabit the island. It is the first natural reserve for these beautiful and rare animals in mainland Malaysia. Visitors can observe them from our special viewing platform whilst they play and entertain with their delightful lifestyle - some rare photo opportunities are also offered as each day the animals visit the platform to meet you up close.

Chairlift      This is the one of it's kind in Malaysia and transports you high over the waterpark for some breathtaking views of the resort.

Sky Cycle      Another unique way to explore the native rainforest, this time through pedal power! Another first for Malaysia, this is an elevated monorail through the tree canopy that allows riders to have a bird's eye view of the surrounds and deer enclosure whilst pedalling your own special car.

Lake Activities      Enjoy the beautiful Bukit Merah Lake by going on an exciting canoe ride, paddle boat trip or scheduled lake cruise - you may even like to catch your dinner at our fishing park that is stocked with local fish.

Laketown Inn    The inn has 174 hotel rooms and can be booked at very reasonable rates. The facilities available include in-room fridge, amenities and movie channels.

You can also visit beautiful and traditionally preserved local attractions on two arranged tours, Kampung Selamat and Kuala Sepetang. These tours will take you through authentic postcards of Malay life including visits to a rubber plantation, charcoal factory, fishing village and demonstrations of historic matweaving, fishing and games.

Getting there

Take the North-South Highway and use the Bukit Merah Lake Town exit. The journey to the park itself is approximately 35 minutes from the Penang Bridge and an hour from the City of Ipoh. If the Federal Trunk Road is used, it takes approximately 75 minutes form the Penang Bridge and 45 minutes from Taiping.



Colmar Tropicale, French theme park, Selangor

The clubhouse makes for a rejuvenating retrea. The resort's French-themed Village or Colmar Tropicale is the major highlight. It also features a Japanese Village and a Rabbit and Deer Farm.


Sprawled across 16,000 acres of hills and mountains, one can look forward to lush greenery here. Located 2,700-3,500 feet above sea level, the rejuvenating cool air is an incentive to come here. This 18-hole par-72 course, measuring 6,312 metres was designed by J.Michael Poellot and utilises its natural undulating surface to its best potential. Ponds, bunkers, jungles and streams challenge the average golfer to raise his game to greater heights.


The clubhouse makes for a rejuvenating retreat after a round of golf. The resort's French-themed Village or Colmar Tropicale is the major highlight. It also features a Japanese Village and a Rabbit and Deer Farm. Recreational activities available include tennis, squash, badminton, snooker, table tennis, paintball and jungle trekking.

Getting there

Situated within the Bukit Tinggi Resort, this club is only 40 minutes from Kuala Lumpur and 10km off the East-West Karak Highway. It is also approximately one hour and 45 minutes from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).



Pedas Hot Springs, Negeri Sembilan

Located by the main road to Rembau, the Pedas Wet World has everything you're looking for in a water theme park, promising a fun for the family. All the facilities and attractions in this park are built to fulfill the needs of visitors of all ages. For the brave and courageous, have a go at the two giant slides that will take you through twists and turns high above before dunking you into a swimming pool at the end of the ride. The conservative visitors can enjoy floating around in the man-made canal on large rubber 'doughnuts' while enjoying the warm caress of the sun and the gentle breeze on your face. A perfect way to relax!

There is also a special pool for children complete with slides and floats for rent. For those who simply want to have a good swim, the main swimming pool is for you. The rolling man-made waves will prove an ideal challenge to your swimming skills. And of course, a visit to the Pedas Wet World Hot Springs  would not be complete without a dip in the natural hot spring pools. There are two types of hot spring pools to choose from, so the choice is yours whether to soak along with other visitors in the public hot water pool or take a private soak in one of the many hot spring 'bathroom' facility. At about 27°C - 34°C, the naturally hot water contain minerals that is said to have healing properties - it is said to provide relief for arthritis, joint pains, body aches and a variety of skin ailments. So for those with skin irritations, do not miss out on the chance to have your own dermal hydrotherapy, particularly the hot spring footbath pool. You'll never know its benefits until you try.

After all that frolicking in the water, indulge yourself at the fast food outlet and drop by the souvenir shop to buy a few souvenirs as a memento for a smashing, fun-filled day at Pedas Hot Spring Wet World. The shop not only sells souvenirs and gift like caps, mugs and other trinkets, but also t-shirts, towels and toiletries for those who forgot to bring them along. Swimwear is also available here.

Entrance fees are RM5 (adults) and RM3 (children aged between three and 12) from Monday to Friday (1pm - 7pm). On weekends and public holidays (10am - 7pm), RM8 and RM5 respectively. The park is closed every Tuesday. For more information, please contact the Pedas Wet World (Tel: 606-685 8027).

Getting there

Wet World Hot Spring Pedas is located 15km from Seremban town, along the old trunk road headed to Tampin. Alternatively, if you're using the North South Expressway, you just need to turn off at the Pedas-Linggi exit and follow the road signs to Pedas and the Wet World Hot Spring there.



A’Famosa Water World, Melaka

Enter a world of fun and thrills! The A' Famosa Water World is rated as one of the largest theme park in Malaysia. Especially designed for ramily recreation, the 20-acre Water World is fully equipped with international standard faciltities. There is something for everyone regardless of age. Thrill seekers can check out the high-speed water slides and water scooters. The Wave Pool gives a feeling of a beach away from the beach. You can also enjoy the longest Lazy River in the world, the highly exciting High Speed Slides and the Arabian Village.


The 'Arabian Village' is a brightly coloured playground inspired by Moorish architecture with its domes and minarets. Enjoy hours of fun as you climb up the steps, go through water tunnels or slide down water tubes and slides into the pool below.


For the patrons' ease of mind, The Water World management emphasize on safety measures that meet international safety standard.

Opening Hours

Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 11am - 7pm
Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays: 9am - 8pm
Closed on Tuesday except Public & School Holidays

Park Admission

Adult: RM18
Children: RM13

For more information, please contact:
A'Famosa Water World
Jalan Kemus Simpang Empat
Alor Gajah
78000 Melaka
Tel: +606-552 0777
Fax: +606-552 0811


Getting there

The theme park is about an hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur and two hours from Johor Bahru via the North-South Expressway. If you opt for public transportation, take a Transnasional Bus at Puduraya Bus Station to Tampin Bus Station and then you might take a cab. If you're from Melaka town, you can take a bus no. 34 from Tai Lye Bus Service at Melaka Bus Station. The bus will take you all the way to this theme park, which is located near Simpang Empat in Alor Gajah.

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