Genting SkyWorlds, an outdoor theme park at Resorts World Genting (RWG), will boast nine themed lands inspired by original intellectual properties (IP) as well as 20th Century Studios brands.
These include Ice Age, Rio, Epic, Robots, Night at the Museum, Independence Day and Planet of the Apes. The visitor experience begins at Studio Plaza, inspired by Hollywood’s ‘Golden Age’.
Eagle Mountain visitors will find themselves in a Californian desert, home to the world’s first dual-powered coaster bike ride, Mad Ramp Peak – Full Throttle Racing.
Central Park is the largest land at Genting SkyWorlds. Rides include Night at the Museum: Midnight Mayhem, a 3D interactive ride, ESD Global Defender, an aerospace fighter ride, and Independence Day: Defiance.
Genting SkyWorlds rides and attractions
Visitors can explore the Santa Teresa neighbourhood at Rio, which includes the double-decker Blue Sky Carousel, Rio Carnaval Chaos teacup ride, and Samba Gliders.
Head to Ice Age to join Sid for the Ice Age: Expedition Thin Ice ride, or enjoy a thrilling coaster experience with Scrat on Acorn Adventure. Additional offerings include Sid’s Rock N Slide log ride and the Mammoth Fun Zone.
Epic is a whimsical world featuring the Epic Voyage to Moonhaven boat ride and the Epic Hummingbird Flyers, where guests help to defend Queen Marigold from the Boggans.
Robots Rivet Town is a vibrant land brimming with robots, with Bigweld’s Zeppelins offering panoramic views and a capsule ride called Rivet Town Roller.
The thriving neighbourhood of Liberty Lane will boast shops, themed food outlets and Invasion of the Planet of the Apes, an indoor 3D ride designed exclusively for Genting SkyWorlds.
Andromeda Base is a galactic land, with rides and attractions including the Terraform Tower Challenge, Boot Camp Training and the Alpha Fighter Pilots 360 multi-directional simulation.
Genting SkyWorlds reportedly delayed its opening until December 2021 earlier this year. However, Resorts World Genting is yet to reveal an official launch date.
“Right now, our priority is ensuring we play our part in safeguarding the health and safety of our employees and guests, even if that means delaying the opening for a short while,” said Greg Pearn, head of theme parks and experiences at RWG.
“Myself and the team are confident the good times aren’t too far away and we can look up to brighter days when we open the gates to our incredible theme park and present the unique, fun and amazing adventures Genting SkyWorlds has to offer.
“What we have created is extraordinary and definitely going to be worth the wait!”
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