Take a detour to Ipoh's Sunway Lost World Of Tambun this CNY

The hot springs and spa section at the theme park boasts 12 pools with varying degrees of water temperature. — Lost World Of Tambun

Those travelling north this Chinese New Year can consider stopping by Sunway Lost World Of Tambun in Ipoh for a short respite from the traffic congestion on the highway. The theme park has many activities planned throughout the festive period to usher in the Year of the Rat.

For an auspicious start, gather your fortune at Malayana Village with a newly designed ang pow packet featuring the park’s very own unique characters.

Malayana Village is also where visitors can meet the God of Prosperity and Barbie. For CNY, visitors can take part in an upbeat dance activity with a series of traditional CNY songs. Also, performers dressed in traditional Chinese outfits will appear around the park, bearing surprises.

Elsewhere, get a feel of CNY celebrations of the past at the nostalgia-tinged Ipoh Street. The venue features historical tenement buildings and local eats, such as curry noodles and Tau Fu Fah.

In the evening on the first two days of CNY, there will be a LED dragon dance performance at Monkey Valley. After the show, visitors can soak in the many hot spring pools.

For those planning an overnight trip, the theme park recently unveiled the Malayana Floating Villa.

Guests can also opt to stay at the Lost World Hotel and be entertained by exclusive lion dance performances.

For more information, visit sunwaylostworldoftambun.com/cny2020.

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