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Attractions including Ice Age, Night at the Museum and Planet of the Apes will all feature at Genting SkyWorlds when it opens later this year, hopefully in the first half of 2021.
The resort is located around 6,000 feet above sea level in the Genting Highlands and will form part of the existing Resorts World Genting that includes hotels, indoor theme park and attractions, shopping and casino.
The resort is estimated to have cost US$800 million (approx £564.9 million) and will include 26 rides and attractions in nine themed lands; Central Park, Studio Plaza, Eagle Mountain, Epic, Liberty Lane, Robots Rivet Town, Andromeda Base, Ice Age, and Rio. The resort was originally due to open in 2020 but was delayed due to the pandemic.
The main attractions will be complemented by a range of themed retail, dining, and entertainment experiences.
“We are almost ready. We are putting the finishing touches to this amazing theme park, which we believe is South-east Asia’s most anticipated theme park. We believe we will deliver the very best experience to our guests throughout this journey.”Lee Thiam Kit, Head of Business Operations and Strategies, Resorts World Genting,
Once fully operational the park will be able to accommodate up to 20,000 guests over 26 acres. The park will initially target domestic tourists until international travel has started to recover.
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