Friday, March 2, 2018

New And Exciting Attractions At Sky Avenue, Resorts World Genting - Part 2 (Alive Museum, Zombie Outbreak, 'The Play Time Video Games Park')

This blog post is part 2 of the new and exciting attractions at Sky Avenue, Resorts World Genting. This would be about my experience at Alive Museum, Zombie Outbreak and 'The Play Time Video Games Park'. To read my 1st blog post about Ripley's Believe It or Not and Jurassic Research Center, click HERE.



Alive Museum

Alive Museum is a Trick Art place managed by Doryan Solutions Sdn. Bhd. This is where you can take really nice photographs. Visitors will enter a fun world engaging in optical illusion art. With the artwork specially commissioned by artists from South Korea, the skilful brush strokes, careful details and amazing choice of colors result in the wonderful 3D images. My children and I tried our best to be as creative as possible posing for nice photographs. I was impressed how some of the photos turned out as they really looked so real. 




Those familiar with the Korean wave or Hallyu will be thrilled to see paintings of famous celebrity figures such as Lee Kwang Soo, Gong Yoo and Song Joong Ki and for the chance to take a photo with them. Visitors will be blown away by the world of imagination created by the murals that cover almost every inch of the space with imaginary scenes such as a UFO and prominent landmarks such as the Gwanghwamun Square in Seoul.  The trick art Alive Museum is a must-visit for those wanting to add something special to their social media.








If you are not sure how to pose to get the best photos, you can refer to the samples provided on the walls next to these images. There are also stickers on the ground to let you know where to stand to take the best shots.





The ticket price is RM 38 per person. Free admission for those less than 36 months old. Opening hours is from 10:00am - 10:00pm and last entry is at 9:00pm. For more information, you can email : alivemuseumgenting@gmail.com or contact: +603 6101 1075.

Zombie Outbreak

The most thrilling and terrifying attraction of all, Zombie Outbreak is definitely not for the faint hearted or children because there will be zombies jumping out and chasing you. Come and face your fears here if you dare. 




Visitors can experience what it is like to be one of the last survivors of a nightmare Zombie Apocalypse. Visitors that try to seek shelter in the abandoned house will find that the course is spread out like a maze with a new terror awaiting at every turn, keeping the survivors on edge as zombies consumed with a ravenous desire for human flesh are everywhere. Definite horrors await within with only one way out and no turning back.






The Play Time Video Games Park
The PlayTime! Video Games Park promises the best range of cutting edge games for arcade lovers. My children and I enjoyed playing the arcade games here because there is a wide variety of games.



The Spacetime Squad Virtual Reality game takes it to the next level to give players an out of this world experience. Players must try to stay alert whilst a horde of flying evil robot destroyers and their bosses attack from every side and see the avatar annihilate them systematically. 




Other top of the line games are the highly competitive PacMan Battle Royale with a cannibalistic element of ‘eating’ opponents; the Jurassic Park where players can try to battle their way through 9 exciting missions and meet over 30 species of dinosaurs along the way; the Star Wars Battle Pod where players battle their way through the original iconic trilogy and Storm Racer G for those who love speed. Games are played using a cashless system with the EZiCash card.






Playing arcade games is always fun and a good bonding moment for parents and children. Children can also improve on their basketball skills and reflexes when playing at the arcade.



For the little ones from 2-12 years old, Jungle Gym is a wonderland of free play for kids to run, climb, jump, slide and tumble around whilst simultaneously developing their sensory scales. Whilst parents sit back and relax, it promises endless hours of fun for kids with a ball pit, slides, crawling tunnels, trampolines, a Movie room and more covering approximately 7,900 square feet. It’s also the perfect place for little princes and princesses to celebrate birthdays. 

Those who have had their fill of excitement and are seeking to unwind can have a few hours of pure bliss and relaxation at Healing Touch. The wellness studio will offer a quick recharge for the body and pampering from head to toe with their special services such as facial care, 
manicures, pedicures, body therapy, onsite chair therapy and more to suit each individual’s requirements. For a good soak to rest weary feet, there is the kissing fish spa as well. Visitors will emerge feeling better rested and relaxed than ever before.

Whilst going from one attraction to the next, visitors do not even have to travel very far to look for great eats. Among the food and beverage outlets available are Wendy’s, The Baker’s Cottage, Texas Chicken, Pizza Hut, Kenny Roger’s Roasters, Marrybrown, Jr Curry House and Only Mee and Boat Noodle. Also opening very soon is Subway and J&G Chicken from Taiwan. There are also many stalls around the Marketplace area offering airbrush tattoo services, cute character backpacks, ice cream and more.


For more information, call +603 6101 1118 or visit www.rwgenting.com





18 comments:

  1. Love the new attraction at Genting. Long time not go there. Will go later. 😘😘

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    1. There are lots of changes and new attractions now. Time to plan your trip.

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  2. I was informed that the Zombie Outbreak was very scary. I psyched myself up, luckily, so it was not that bad. Still, definitely not for kids or those with heart issues. Hahaha

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    1. It was scary for me too. Agree with you that it's not suitable for kids and those with heart problems.

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  3. Wow
    I am so excited to go Zombie Outbreak
    look very adventures and horror
    hahaha

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    1. Try it and get the thrill of your life at Zombie Outbreak. Very scary and adventurous indeed.

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  4. I like the Alive Museum photos because the trick art photos are so creative and nice. I don't think I dare to enter Zombie Outbreak. Hehe...

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    1. My children and I love the trick art photos very much too. Zombie Outbreak is scary but good to try it once in a lifetime.

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  6. I really love all this attractions. I really enjoy myself up there!!!!

    Racheal

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    1. I love all these attractions too. Looking forward to more theme park attractions coming soon.

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  7. It is always fun to visit Genting, i never heard any boring moments! I must tagged by Amore here :)

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    1. Genting Highlands is always fun! There are lots of changes over the years which are better and more fun.

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  8. I like the alive museum and I can see the 3D picture taking is so much fun

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    1. Yes, my kids and I love the trick art photos at Museum Alive too.

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  10. I am totally in love and excited about the new attraction from Sky Avenue! Can't wait to spend one whole day there =)

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    1. Hope you enjoy all the new attractions here.

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