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PERAK - NORTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA
IPOH : The Lost World Of Tambun
 
 

THE LOST WORLD OF TAMBUN

THEMED PARK

 

Set among dreamy looking forest clad limestone hills where many hectares of Pomelo plantations once flourished, The lost World of Tambun is a RM60 million water theme park, just four-years old and only 11km from the heart of lpoh.

 

Living to its name, the theme park is landscaped with vines, creepers, and lush tropical plants and in it, visitors can choose from a myriad of thrilling and fun activities. Among the more exciting ones offered here are special rides such as the Tube Raiders where you will come sliding down through large tubes, Cliff Racer with its exhilarating high speed mine carts, and Jungle Wave Bay ,which is a huge wave pool with seven different waves that can rise to one metre.

 

After the wave pool, you can further boost that adrenaline rush by going through the Tube Raiders where four different tube slides measuring, between 113m and 115m, take you on a seemingly endless slide down to the end at the edge of a pool. One of the slides even has a dark tunnel that will take your breathe away as you slide through.

 
 

More adventure and fun can be sought at the Adventure River, which is a long 600m river ride around the theme park and it includes some thrilling moments negotiating giant waves. The river passes through structures built to resemble ruins where you will hear recorded sounds and calls of monkeys, elephants, and insects. Sprays of water and smoke add to the adventurous feel. The Tipping Basket is another favourite here where a huge bucket above is tilled with water and tips, pouring water on everyone below. For those who need more, check out the Cliff Racer twin speed coaster slides that offer you even faster blood-curdling sliding experience.

 

Anyone with the passion for seeing animals would not want to miss Tiger Valley where three adult Siberian tigers and their cubs can be seen, staying on an island that is created to closely resemble their natural habitat. The theme park has also incorporated the well-known Tambun Hot Springs into its confines and you can now enjoy a hot soak in one of the several pools here that are filled with hot water from natural springs, said to have curative and therapeutic properties, especially for healing skin ailments.

 

The theme park opens from 12:00 noon until 7pm on weekdays while on weekends, school, and public holidays, it opens at loam. The park closes on Tuesdays except on Malaysian school and public holidays. Entrance fees are RM21 per adult and RM16 per child.

 

There is ample parking facility outside the park and there is also a small township just away from the entrance, where there are grocery shops, restaurants, and even a hypermarket.

 
 
 
IPOH : The Lost World Of Tambun
PERAK - NORTHERN REGION OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA