After months of anticipation, Lost World Hotsprings & Spa, unveiled 15 new attractions on Tuesday, March 1. They consisted of 13 pools, three private huts and a Crystal Spa.
“The all-new Lost World Hotsprings & Spa by night is a holistic fun destination offering a rejuvenating and cultural experience to all visitors,” General Manager of Lost World of Tambun, Malizan Zakaria said.
Among them is the infinity pool which can accommodate up to 300 people at one time. Lost World Crystal Spa features aromatherapy massage with healing properties. Meanwhile, the foodie element, in the form of the one-of-a-kind Lost World Ipoh Street, showcases a taste of Ipoh famous delicacies. The Jungle Wave Beach offers zorb ball rides for the adventurous.
“I was told that the flaming percussion performers are locals. One of them is the manager of recreation himself. Staff of Lost World of Tambun participate and work as a team in developing new shows for visitors. This is a feat in itself,” said the Executive Councillor for Tourism, Arts, Culture, Multimedia and Communications, Dato’ Nolee Ashilin Mohammed Radzi.
Present at the momentous occasion were Hj Mohd Odzman bin Abdul Kadir, President of Perak Tourism Association, Maggie Ong, Chairperson of Malaysian Association of Hotels (Perak Chapter) and Calvin Ho, Senior General Manager of Sunway Theme Parks.
Lost World Hotsprings & Spa opens nightly from 6pm to 11pm. For more information, visit www.sunwaylostworldoftambun.com or call the theme park at 605 542 8888.