~Blackout Fest turned theme park’s Surf Beach into a special outdoor festival in the dark~
Sunway Lagoon’s Surf Beach welcomed guests to its first Earth Hour Blackout Fest – in conjunction with the global Earth Hour initiative by encouraging guests to switch off non-essentials for an hour to conserve energy. The night’s celebrations went beyond merely turning lights off for a memorable night of entertainment and togetherness.
The blackout event kicked off on a high note with life-sized board games such as the 4-D Twister and Giant Jenga, water activities including the FlowRider, and exciting Dome Bouncy House and Gladiator Challenge inflatables.
Guests were spoilt for choice at the food corner with varieties from Cubes Pizza, Starbucks, Nathan’s Famous, Burger King, and local flavours such as char kuey teow, roti canai, roti John, fresh coconut water, teh tarik and more!
The Earth Hour initiation commenced at 8:30pm when all lights were turned off and the giant block letters that spelled “Earth Hour” were lit. The hour of darkness lit up beautifully in the dark, and the Surf Beach echoed with serenades of live performances by talented local artists, The Impatient Sisters, V5 and RazQa.
Guests were further entertained through the blazingly captivating Thumbuakar Fire Performance and the night concluded with Sunway Lagoon’s original choreographed production, the Tale of Mount Berapi.
Sean Choo, General Manager of Sunway Lagoon commented, “Earth Hour is not just about conserving energy, but to disconnect from gadgets and reconnect with people. We have our local artists on board to this event for an extra special night, aside from the fun and interactive activities to get public outdoors with their family and friends. Apart from the day park’s attractions offered, this shows that we are still one of the best avenues for the Best Day Ever!”
Wave at bigger and wilder splashes at Sunway Lagoon’s Aqua Run 2 this coming 22nd April 2018 (Sunday) where participants will go through 12 fun zones at the fun run spanning 3.5km! All package purchases are inclusive of entrance to Aqua Run and Sunway Lagoon’s park admission ticket at only RM150 (price applicable for Malaysians). More details are available at www.sunwaylagoon.com/aqua-run-2
For more information, please call Sunway Lagoon at +603-5639 0000, visit www.sunwaylagoon.com or connect to www.facebook.com/SunwayLagoonMalaysia.
About Sunway Lagoon
Sunway Lagoon, Malaysia’s premier multi-park destination located at the heart of Sunway Resort City, is only 30 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur city centre and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). It offers more than 90 attractions across its six parks – Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park, Scream Park and its latest addition, Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon. Rated highly among the international community with the title of “Asia’s Best Attraction” for four consecutive years by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (“IAAPA”), the 88-acre theme park excites visitors of all ages with wholesome family-friendly fun to adrenaline-pumping thrills. The park is also home to attractions such as the World’s Largest Water Ride - Vuvuzela, World’s First Waterplexx 5D, World’s Largest Man-Made Sandy Surf Beach, Malaysia’s First Interactive Zoo and FlowRider, Malaysia’s First Surf Simulator.
For more information, visit our website at www.sunwaylagoon.com
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