Head over to Lost World Of Tambun this coming school break to meet the Malayana tribe


GET UPCLOSE WITH THE MALAYANA FAMILY THIS HOLIDAY!

In the spellbinding woodlands and gardens of Lost World Of Tambun’s Luminous Forest, lies an untold tale. This school holidays (17 – 25 March 2018), get up close and personal with the Malayana family in the enchanting land where the tribe resides.
Meet the tribe that comprises of the brave and assertive chief Kukuntalu; his wife, the generous and warmhearted Masina; their two children, the free-spirited and childlike 12-year old Haku, and the imaginative and kind 10-year old Natia; the wise elder, healer and teacher of the Malayana tribe, Makalani and the passionate seeker of knowledge, Eshno. Each of them carries a story in the 400-million-year-old land, within the rustling leaves and sparkling crystal-clear streams.


Learn the ways of the Malayana family by putting precision skills to the test at the Knock Out activity where companies of 4 pax will be given a bow and arrow to knock down the most number of stuffed toys! Other activities include the balancing and catching with Catch It! Chief Kukuntalu! game, the Tribal Mask for Kids activity to decorate masks, exciting opportunity to dress up and take photos in the Malayana tribe costumes for kids, and lastly, make a wish with a Malayana Spirit Stone at the Luminous Forest Wapi Springs.
Go on the mystifying journey at Luminous Forest consisting of the Bridge of Luminosa, Mother Sophea that illuminates the forest, and marvel at the healing elixirs at Laka Falls and Toadstool Field. Chance upon seeing the 16-feet long centipede, Shadowfang, the protector of the forest and discover peculiar flora and fauna that glimmer in the dark at the Garden of Light.  Take a stroll further in this celestial land to see the Malayana Throne, where Chief Kukuntalu rules the land in a just and fair manner.

Nurul Nuzairi Mohd Azahari, General Manager of Lost World Of Tambun said, “Experience the remarkable story of the Malayana tribe and how they came to be at LWOT this holidays, as we will be unveiling a series of adventures revolving the tribe in the coming months. The Luminous Forest where the Malayana tribe resides in is one work that we are truly proud of as we have created this otherworldly realm without compromising our natural terrains. Guests can also engage and interact with the tribe on a more personal level which leaves a lasting experience.”

Guests who present either the Lost World Malayana Holidays flyer (which entitles a 35% discount per ticket), online purchase confirmation slip or other promotional cut-outs at the ticketing counter will receive a pair of Cadbury 5 Star chocolates.

Sign up for the newly re-launched Lost World Explorer Pass to enjoy unlimited entries to both day and night park at this coming MATTA Fair in KL and Ipoh happening from 16th – 18th March 2018 at RM180 for 6 months validity and RM200 for 1-year validity (published rate: RM588). Existing Annual Pass (night pass) members can upgrade their pass to Lost World Explorer Pass at LWOT’s Membership Tower upon expiration with a special rate at only RM150 per year.
Luminous Forest is the newest addition at Lost World Of Tambun’s Lost World Hot Springs Night Park, adding to the existing Lost World Hot Springs & Spa By Night and Lost World Petting Zoo By Night attractions.

For more details on Lost World Of Tambun, call +605 542 8888, visit  www.sunwaylostworldoftambun.com or connect to its Facebook page at www.facebook.com/lostworldoftambun.

About Sunway Lost World Of Tambun
Sunway Lost World Of Tambun is an action packed, wholesome family adventure destination. This self-contained wonderland is cocooned within a lush tropical jungle consisting of natural hot springs, breathtaking limestone features and natural surroundings dating back over 400 million years! Painstakingly etched into this natural heritage are seven amazing attraction parks, coined by locals and foreigners alike to be the ultimate day and night destination for a unique family-friendly eco-adventure excursion.

Just a stone throw away is the Lost World Hotel, a perfect respite and snooze chamber after a long day of adventure. True to its name, Sunway Lost World of Tambun offers not only a “lost paradise” that promises fun and wholesome experience for all ages, but also a conducive learning environment with a range of fun-educational elements around the park.

It is the only theme park in Southeast Asia featuring natural hot springs coupled with an array of contemporary attractions and rides. Business entities and MICE groups will also find this resort a haven for team building activities, given its facilities which include seven specially curated functions rooms which offer a capacity ranging from 10 to 200 people.

A hidden gem within Malaysia, Sunway Lost World Of Tambun successfully converts what was previously a tin-mining wasteland into an iconic landmark, without encroaching into its natural surroundings – a site that’s historic, educational and entertaining at the same time, making it a must-visit site, unlike any other within the Southeast Asian region. This, among many others, truly befits Sunway Lost World of Tambun’s mantra of being “More Than Just A Theme Park!”’

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