In conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration, the public will get to experience feeding ‘Lou Sang’ to the animals at Zootastic Escape in Lost World of Tambun (LWOT) which commenced operations yesterday (February 20).
According to the general manager of LWOT, Nurul Nuzairi Mohd Azahari, the ‘Lou Sang’ activity is a part of the theme park’s Chinese New Year programme.
“Visitors who would like to take a closer look at the animals firsthand may do so by feeding them ‘Lou Sang’, a term borrowed from the Chinese tradition of tossing a mixture of various ingredients on a large plate. In this case for the animals, it consists of mixed vegetables such as carrots, mustard leaves, mandarin oranges, long beans and cabbage. Priced at RM18.
During the entire course of the ongoing Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO), the management of LWOT has set the allowed visitor capacity at only 50 percent.
The water theme park is practising strict SOPs as imposed by the government.
“Our staff scans visitors’ body temperature and ensures that their face masks are worn while at LWOT’s premises. Also, we provide hand sanitisers all around the theme park.
“We also ensure that every equipment is sanitised, including tables and chairs used by visitors after leaving the premises.
“We’ve opened the Dulang Tea House and Masina’s Lakeside Terrace for visitors to take a break and enjoy popular foods offered by LWOT, such as curry mee, Hotdog 1901, cendol and ais kacang,” Nurul Nuzairi mentioned.
Adults (RM39 for MyKad holders; RM59 for non-MyKad holders)
Children/senior citizens (RM32 for MyKad holders; RM49 for non-MyKad holders)
Operation hours (during CMCO): 11am to 6pm daily (except Tuesdays)