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Theme park enters Malaysia Book of Records


Family-favourite: Ho (right) said the theme park will hold a special Hari Raya campaign to add festive cheer to the holidays. — Filepic

Family-favourite: Ho (right) said the theme park will hold a special Hari Raya campaign to add festive cheer to the holidays. — Filepic

IPOH folk can now boast of having the “Longest Man-Made River in Malaysia” in their city.

The Malaysia Book of Records (MBW) accolade was awarded to the Lost World of Tambun’s (LWT) “Lost World Adventure River”, which has been one of the main attractions at the theme park since its opening.

During the 660m-ride, visitors are splashed by rumbling waves at the “Arch Ruins” and giant sprouting toads at the “Frog Geyser” while the “Needle of Tambun” offers fun-filled tipping buckets and breathtaking views.

LWT general-manager Calvin Ho was ecstatic that the adventure river had been recognised and listed in the MBW.

“The Lost World Adventure River has always been a family-favourite and must-ride experience for all,” he said during the awards presentation ceremony on July 24.

Ho said the theme park was also holding a special Hari Raya campaign to add festive cheer to the holidays.

“In our ‘Power Up Your Aidilfitri’ campaign, we provided discounts to those who downloaded the Sunway Lifestyle application on iOS or Android mobile devices.

“Visitors can enjoy a 15% discount on their entrance tickets to LWT by flashing the app and registering their details at the ticketing counter from Aug 12 to Aug 30,” he said.

   

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