Cool Off At These 10 Waterparks in Malaysia

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Waterparks offer Malaysians much-needed reprieve from the sweltering tropical heat that leaves most of us in a constant state of sweatiness. It’s also perfect for those who want a relaxing activity to participate in, there isn’t much hard work required to float about. So cool off at these 10 waterparks in Malaysia!


1) Sunway Lagoon

There’s no way the list would be complete without mentioning the theme park to end all theme parks in Malaysia. Sunway Lagoon is like a rite of passage for most Malaysian youths, who have been at one time or another. Whether you just want a dip in the Wave Pool or something more adventurous like the heart-stopping Vuvuzela, you will definitely be entertained. This place is good for kids and grown-ups alike.

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2) Legoland

Johor’s pride and joy is Legoland, and if all the coloured blocks have got you reeling, you may be in need of some cooling off. Head down to the Water Park for that, and you won’t be disappointed. With water based playgrounds, huge slides to race on and rides for the whole family, boredom simply isn’t an option.

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3) Lost World of Tambun

If Ipoh is on your list of destinations to visit, it’s not only historical buildings and delicious food you can get there. Venture to the Lost World of Tambun. Don’t worry – no dinosaurs here. The theme park here has a Jungle Wave Pool, an Adventure River to drift peacefully in, Sandy Bay which has the perfect beach atmosphere, and a few other cool rides. Kids have their own zone too!

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4) Tiram Indoor Water Park

Sometimes you just want to avoid the sun at all costs. You can at Tiram Indoor Water Park. This Johor theme park is the first of its kind in the state to be totally indoors. Kids will adore the sea-world themed atmosphere with fun slides to play around with. Now you can swim whether rain or shine.

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5) Bukit Gambang Waterpark

Said to be “Malaysia’s Best Waterpark”, Bukit Gambang offers 45.8 acres of fun, to be exact. With a breezy tropical ambience, you will find awesome water attractions here. It’s so big it has to be divided into districts. There’s Coco Beach, where the wave pool is, Penguin Island and the Tree Top Hills Slides. They also have a corporate function area, making it a good choice for work team building events.

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6) Wet World Shah Alam

Those in KL don’t need to travel too far for waterpark activities when there’s Wet World Shah Alam nearby. Unleash your inner swashbuckler at Pirate Cove, or discover their very own Bermuda Triangle. From relaxing rides to those that will get your adrenaline racing, there is a good mix of water adventures to explore here.

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7) A’ Famosa

One of Malacca’s highlights is A’ Famosa, and among their many attractions is their Water Park. The park features rides for kids, families and adrenaline junkies alike. You can opt for a simple dip or go all out and compete with your friends on the more challenging rides. Rides include tube slides, raft rides and their High-Speed Slide.

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8) Bayou Lagoon  

Bayou Lagoon’s water park is located strategically within their resort in Melaka. Open daily, admission is free for children under 3 feet tall. Admission rates are listed on their website, and prices differ depending on age. There are two main water slides to entertain both young and old, and because the pool is so big, there’s plenty of space to wade around in too!

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9) Borneo Samariang Resort City

Sarawakians can beat the heat at Borneo Samariang Resort City, which has a world class water park. Located in Kuching, this resort is said to be a replica of Bukit Gambang’s, as conceived by Sentoria Group Berhad. This resort is situated about 25 minutes away from Kuching City Centre.

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10) Carnivall Waterpark

Newbie on the block is Carnivall Waterpark in Penang. Whether you plan to take a cruise on their Lazy River or zip down their four water coasters, there are lots on the list of things to do the moment you set foot in this resort. It’s guaranteed fun for the entire family, and all in gorgeous Penang. Admission rates are listed on their website and differ according to age groups.

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