New Attractions & Experiences At Resorts World Genting Malaysia

Resorts World Genting Malaysia is an amazing city of entertainment that stands 6000 feet above sea level and surrounded by a 130-million-year-old rainforest. The year 2017 has been an awesome year of new and exciting changes and they promise a lot more things to look forward to in 2018. If you have not been back to Resorts World Genting Malaysia for a while or have never been to this wonderful getaway from Singapore, we are here to introduce new attractions & experiences at Resorts World Genting Malaysia

Hotel On The Park

We all have very fond memories of the old Theme Park Hotel. Filled with many nostalgic moments through the generations the Theme Park Hotel was indeed a place that brought many happy memories for the entire family. The old Theme Park Hotel have now received a new look and design.

It is now reopened and called Hotel On The Park. Hotel on the Park is a boutique hotel that is not only affordable but filled with its fun and playful décor. In the past, they could only host 2 to 3 guest per room, 4 if you really squeeze it in. But now fear not, the new hotel can now host up to 6 people in a room. 

The rooms are designed in a cute Tatami-style where the beds are on a raised platform. The platform itself holds many tricks, your luggage all goes into the slots and there is even a safe hidden to store all your valuables. As for the design of the room itself, everything reminds me of the home a certain cartoon character. 

They may no longer have a hotel restaurant but there is a grab and go F&B outlet named Eatopia. It is a place for you to either grab and munch along the way or seat and view their back garden as you enjoy your coffee with a muffin or even a nasi lemak. 

There are many places of interest around the hotel. At the back of the hotel, you are able to find a highly instagrammable spot and the Sky Avenue is just a mere 5 minutes walk away. Also try taking photos when it’s dark around the hotel, the red lights makes it feel very sci-fi.

SkyAvenue

The Newest mall in town is the SkyAvenue, currently holding more than 70 new retail and dining outlets. Spread across the mall is a spellbinding world-class LED display bound to make you feel like you’re transported into a different time. Here are a few other things for you to check out in the mall beside their shiny new Casino. 

1. La Fiesta

La Fiesta which means The Party is an authentic Spanish restaurant located right in the Sky Avenue that hold up to 90 people. Cozy and intimate, la Fiesta is designed to look like a traditional Catalan eatery with its stain glass to the tiled arches and muted lighting. Once you walk in pass the stain glass you will be greeted by the open kitchen where all the magic happens. Great place to dine and get lost in their music along some company.

Paella is one of the most popular and famous of global dishes, and every authentic Spanish restaurant needs good Paella. At the La Fiesta, they stayed true to their roots and presented to us a whole selection of mouthwatering dishes. Next time your there check out the Presa Iberica (Vermouth marinated and pan-seared pork shoulder), Salmorejo ( Cold tomato cream soup with tuna & ham), Crema Catalana (Caramelised custard cream) and Churros Rellenos ( Nutella filled churros).

Where: Level 1, SkyAvenue | Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Sun – Thurs) & 11am – 12mn (Fri – Sat)

2. Malaysian Food Street

Food brings people together; it shows and explains the richness of cultures and heritage. Bringing the taste of Malaysia to the world is the Malaysian Food Street, a gathering of Malaysian’s 20 best restaurants and chefs. To help you further complete this experience is the 60’s old-town atmosphere.

Malaysian Food Street is not just a food court but rather it has become a place where people celebrate the multifaceted culture through food. Kee Hiong Bak Kut Teh, Sri Paandi Curry House, Loong Kee Hokkien Mee, Kajang Satay Rono. What is your favourite Malaysian dish?

Where: Level 4, SkyAvenue | Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Thurs) & 10am – 12mn (Fri – Sat)

3. Awana SkyWay

Resorts World Genting’s newest cable car system, The Awana Skyway. With 99 gondolas it has the ability to carry 3000 passengers every hour. It also gives you a bird’s eye view of the 130-million-year-old rainforest that surrounds this beautiful city. Out of the 99 gondolas 10 of them are fitted with a glass floor to give you an unobstructed view of the breath taking surroundings. A neat trick is that if you have the Silver Rewards card you are able to skip the queue with a friend.

Operating Hours: 7am – 12mn (Daily)

Resorts World Genting Malaysia Premium Outlets

This premium outlet centre features over 130 designers and brand name stores like Adidas, Asics, Aigner, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Coach, Davidoff of Geneva, Florsheim, Furla, Godiva, Guess, Hackett London, Hamleys and even Singapore’s retailer TANGS. Providing shoppers all year around of sale and savings.

Address: Resorts World Genting Malaysia, 69000 Genting Highlands, Pahang Darul Makmur | Tel: +603 6433 8888 | Opening Hours: 10am10pm (Daily)

Seni Kome Peng Heng – East Coast Arts & Cultural Centre

Seni Kome, translates into “Our Art” in the Pahang dialect is dedicated to promote the beauty of East Coast Malaysia. Their goal is to share and educate. “four Million people from different ethnicities live in peace and harmony as a result of the mutual generosity and warmth in accepting diversity and each other uniqueness.” – PANTAI TIMUR

Chin Swee Caves Temple 

A Taoist temple, the Chin Swee Caves Temple is located on the 28-acre plot of rocky forested land. It’s a perfect escape from the city for a quick breather of fresh air while watching the sea of clouds. Don’t forget to visit the iconic nine-storey pagoda lit by lamps, the Sky Terrace, and the 15-metre high statue of Buddha.

20th Century Fox World Theme Park

Here is a sneak peak of the construction of the 20th Century Fox World Theme Park that is to be opened 2018. Have you planned your trip to Genting yet?

Photo & Write Up by Ivan L (@ivannavich)

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