Top Attractions to Visit in Sky Avenue Genting Highlands

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If it has been a while since you last visited Genting Highlands, you will be in for a huge surprise! Exciting attractions await at Level 4 of SkyAvenue and you can look forward to dinosaur rides, zombies, oddities and a trick art museum.

While waiting for the theme park to be completed, there are plenty of exciting attractions to provide entertainment for the whole family at Level 4 of SkyAvenue Mall, Resorts World Genting. Once you step into the area, you will immediately be greeted by armored elephants as they welcome you to Ripley's Believe It Or Not Adventure Land. 

No more the small attraction that it used to be as Ripley's Believe It Or Not Adventureland takes it to the next level as children will have the time of their lives as they go on a ride on moving dinosaurs such as the Triceratops and Parasaurolophus. Even the ticketing counter is one of a kind with a massive model of a Trojan horse. The whole area is filled with arcade games perfect for the toddlers.

The PlayTime! Video Games Park promises the best range of cutting edge games for arcade lovers. The Spacetime Squad Virtual Reality game takes it to the next level to give players an out of this world experience.

I gave this a try and oh boy was it exhilarating! 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. Take note, you might look a little silly playing this VR game in the eyes of others. There are tons of other arcade games that have built in 4D experiences which both you and your friends can try at. 

Games are played using a cashless system with the EZiCash card. You just have to top up your card at the main counter and play to your hearts content!

Everyone has surely had a fascination with dinosaurs at one point of time. The Jurassic Research Center is the answer to everyone’s childhood dreams with massive figures of different species of dinosaurs spread throughout the centre such as the Brachiosaurus, the Triceratops or even the sabre-toothed tiger. There is no better way of learning than interactivity and this centre does that best. Visitors will be startled when a Tyrannosaurus Rex magnificently roars as they walk by and witness a strange looking Gigantoraptor rear its head at them which really brings the place to life.

Here, visitors can get up and close with dinosaurs like never before.  There is even a fossil laboratory to study the different specimen models of dinosaur fossils with detailed inscriptions. The exciting highlight is a 4D experience of witnessing velociraptors wrecking havoc in a discovery lab. It's like being on the real set of Jurassic Park. I'm amazed at how realistic each specimen looks like and trust me that there are tons of photos for you to take!

The most thrilling and terrifying attraction of all, Zombie Outbreak is definitely not for the faint hearted. Think you've got the heart to face these zombies? Well you can experience what it is like to be one of the last survivors of a nightmare Zombie Apocalypse. 

Built like a maze, you have to go through the course not knowing what new terror awaits you at every corner. Definite horrors await within with only one way out and no turning back. My experience with this once was more than enough! But for those of you who feel you've got guts, I dare you to go through the Zombie Outbreak.

At the Alive Museum, be prepared to enter a world fun and engaging optical illusion art. With the artwork specially commissioned by artists from South Korea, the skilful brush strokes, careful details and amazing choice of colours result in the wonderful 3D images. You will even spot 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.

I was 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. I loved the Alive Museum a lot! Definitely great to have a group of friends to go snap crazy photos together.

Those into anything and everything extraordinary will have a spectacular time at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Odditorium. Boasting over 400 exhibits, a cabinet of curiosities including artifacts of lost worlds has arrived at Resorts World Genting for a time of wonderment and interaction.

The bizarre and wacky collection includes the model of a Vampire Woman, Mike the Headless Chicken, and a model of David Beckham’s legs made out of worn-out bills. There is also a fantastic model in commemoration of the World Trade Centre made entirely from matchsticks.

Operation times are from 10.00am to 10.00pm. Prices for the attractions may be purchased separately or in a combo of two or three attractions. Prices vary for standard tickets for adults and children and for Genting Rewards members.

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