The Lost World Of Tambun (LWOT) theme park received over 1,000 visitors in just the first hour after opening at 10.00am yesterday on July 4.
The brand new double-level water park, The Lost World Malayana Rainfortress, is one of the major crowd-drawing attractions.
Dato’ Nolee Ashilin binti Dato’ Mohammed Radzi, Executive Councillor for Housing, Local Government, Public Transport and Tourism explained that the public can take a holiday with peace of mind at the LWOT as it operates in full compliance with standard operating procedures (SOPs) as urged by the Ministry of Health (KKM) and National Security Council (MKN).
“The reopening of all sections of this water theme park will certainly boost the tourism sector and state economy. We have inspected all the preparations done in earnest by the LWOT to ensure the safety of the visitors,” Dato’ Nolee stated after a visit to The Lost World Malayana Rainfortress.
Present were CEO of Tourism Perak, Nurmalis Musa and Mayor Dato’ Rumaizi Baharin @ Md Daud.
Meanwhile, General Manager of LWOT, Nurul Nuzairi Mohd Azahari emphasized that the safety of the visitors remains a top priority for the management.
“The water cleanliness level will be inspected once every two hours to ensure that the water pH value and chlorine content, which kills germs, are maintained at the right level and under control. As a safety measure, we limit the number of visitors throughout the RMCO to 8000 people per day even though the capacity of the theme park can fit 38,000 visitors per day,” he added.
With an entry fee of RM117 per adult and RM110 per child, LWOT operates from 11am till 11pm on weekdays and 10am till 11pm on weekends and public holidays (on Tuesdays it operates from 6pm till 11pm unless it’s a public holiday).