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THEME PARKS

PERAK

Lost World Of Tambun Theme Park

 
 

THE LOST WORLD OF TAMBUN

PERAK

 

So many worlds packed into one, the Lost World of Tambun is an action packed, exciting adventure with the most thrilling rides and attractions. Located in the historic town of Ipoh, the theme park is set in natural landscapes, surrounded by exquisitely breathtaking limestone features. Whether it?s a weekend of mayhem oozing with family fun or a burst of eco-adventure that you?re looking for, the Lost World of Tambun has it all. Five main elements make up this world of adventure - the Water Park, the Amusement Park, the Tiger Valley, the Lost World Petting Zoo and the Lost World Hot Springs & Spa. The Water Park offers exhilarating water rides for everyone! At the River & Beach garden, you can find a perfectly landscaped beach, surrounded by 20 feet twin waterfalls with two rivers flowing into the pool. While you?re at the Waterfall Beach Garden, make sure you hit the waves at Malaysia?s biggest wave pool, the JungleWave Pool, where waves can swell up to 3 feet high. Refresh with a musical shower at the Musical Body Wash before heading off to the Sandy Bay for an intense game of volleyball with friends and family or just for a relaxing time soaking in the sun.

 

Get ready for a wet world of fun in the kids-only zone, Kid's Explorabay, specially designed for little ones. Fully supervised, the Explorabay boasts special smaller slides and a large, wet, interactive play area with giant tipping buckets, water cannons, spraying elephants, water curtains and fountains. Top this off with a pirate ship ride and your little pirates will come back looking for more! Designed for thrill-seeking adults and teenagers, the Cliff Racer injects a boost of adrenaline when your mine cart flies - Indiana Jones style - straight down the speed-coaster at maximum speed!

 

Just when you think you will stop and fly through the jungle canopy, the day is saved and your tube rocks gently down to earth with the flowing water and strategically rises at the end of the slide. While you?re at the wet park, don?t miss going on the longest inflatable tube ride in Malaysia! With four different slides to try, the Tube Raiders is a family-favorite as you wind your way down from the top of the giant slides. If you?re looking for a more relaxing water ride, try soaring on the Adventure River. Sit back and relax as you gently float around in the 600- metre-long river, passing the naturally-beautiful caves and out-ofthe- world water features. Anticipate a little surprise along the way though, as you will be greeted with waves along the way, so make sure you hold on to that tube.

 

After having a whale of a time at theWater Park, dry off and try the dry rides next at the Amusement Park. Take a ?flight? and enjoy the scenery while you dry off on the Dragon Flights ride, as you get swung in the air in this thrilling swing-chair ride, before you sail over to the Stormrider, a pirate boat which swings you 180 degrees for some spine-tingling excitement. After playing explorer at the Water Park, get your little ones to cool down on the Perak Parade carousel, before going on the Giddy Galleon for a perfect family ride away from the water.

 

Make sure you also try the Adventure Express, where you can sit back and let this ancient locomotive take you and your family on a journey past majestic ruins, surging waters and wild tiger ? giving you a quick tour of the LostWorld of Tambun?s other attractions. Watch the tigers roar, play and feed while learning more about them at the Tiger Valley! Meet Sultan, Raima, Putra, Jazz and Azian ? Lost World of Tambun?s very own Siberian tigers. Catch them and their handlers at play and observe their agility and strength as they jump over rocks and logs to get to their meals during the tiger feeding shows. Learn a little bit about how the tigers are cared for through the valley?s educational program where you will be able to get up close and personal with one of these exquisite beasts. If that?s not enough, take a walk on the wild side at our Petting Zoo, where you?ll be able to get up close and personal with some of the zoo?s favourites ? Ruby the Raccoon, Nia the Python and Wira the Green Macaw.

 
 

The Petting Zoo features a large variety of exotic animals in an environment created as close to nature as possible. The Petting area is set within a large area of 80,000 square feet framed by the lush rainforest backdrop of the Monkey Valley, and houses a combination of domestic animals and wild animals that are docile enough to be handled by children. Take some time to walk through the different areas, where you will be able to feed, touch and play with the animals in their natural habitats. Kids can look forward to having an enjoyable time petting and playing with an assortment of tame animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs, tortoises, African Dwarf goats, deers and some adorable primates such as the white-eared marmosets, black-eared marmosets and macaques. The large aviary houses over 500 birds from 18 species with all-time favourites such as cockatoos, mandarin ducks and peacocks. The Serpentarium features a host of slithering reptiles such as the reticulated pythons, mangrove snakes and Giant Monitor Lizards.

 

To keep the memory alive for a long time after the visit, kids and adults can pose for pictures with the ferret, wallaby, Sugar Glider, Blue-Gold Macaw and the Giant Iguana at the Rock Canopy.

 
 

GETTING THERE

 

Take the North-South Expressway and head for Ipoh, Perak. Take the Exit Lost World of Tambun and follow signboards for 5 minutes to Lost World of Tambun. The Lost World of Tambun is located on the right just after passing Giant Hypermarket.

 

 
 
 

OTHERS

 

Opening hours:

Monday - Friday: 11 am - 6 pm;

Saturday, Sunday, Public Holidays & School Holidays: 10 am - 6 pm.

Closed every Tuesday (except public holiday / school holiday)

 

Admission:

RM38 (adult), RM32 (children below 12 years old), FREE (children below 90cm in height). Group packages are available with minimum number of 30 persons - advance booking is required.

 

Supporting facilities:

Shade Area (10 units), shower & changing rooms, prayer rooms, toilets for the disabled, first-aid room, restaurants, camping sites, cave explorations, river cruise, miniature horse ride, hot springs and spa.

 

Accommodation:

Available

 
 
 
 

Lost World Of Tambun Theme Park

PERAK

THEME PARKS