The park was initially the largest open cast tin mine in the world. Today the mine is a 150acre lake that has water taxis and cruises amongst other attractions such as the ice factory, train rides, vintage cars, musical fountains, cultural shows and restaurants.
The open air musical theatre has a capacity of 4000 spectators whilst incorporating light, musical and water shows that are amongst the ‘must see’ attractions. The Musical Fountain dances magically to the beat of the music creating a wonderful sight. There are two shows during the week and three shows during public holidays and weekends.
The lake provides many entertaining activities. Water skiing and wakeboarding satisfy the slightly adventurous whilst the water taxi will take you on a cruise allowing you to enjoy the cool breeze, the scenery of the parks surroundings and the pretty lights that adorn the dinosaur, swan and dolphin calming your senses and adding a sense of aura to this splendid park. There is also fine beach of pristine white sand that is a favorite amongst sun bathers both young and old.
The main attraction at the park is most definitely the ice factory. This spans over 10,000 square feet with temperatures between -10 °C to -15 °C, this is the first winter wonderland in Malaysia.
The park also has an array of animals. Some animals are in live form whilst others are in stone. The animal kingdom is a fun filled educational experience to many children. The park houses a few rare animals such as an endangered white Bengal tiger, peacocks, swans and a macaw bird.
Twenty minutes away from this fun filled park lays a luxurious Kuala Lumpur Hotel. Located in the heart of the business, shopping and entertainment district makes the Grand Millennium one of the sweetest Kuala Lumpur hotel deals. This also makes Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur a perfect spot to reside at when travelling with a large family as its central location has plenty of attractions around that cater to diverse needs and wants.
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