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Genting Highlands, Malaysia

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Genting Highlands, Malaysia

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Where to stay near Genting Theme Park

Genting Theme Park Hotels

A high-altitude holiday hotspot in the verdant Titiwangsa Mountains, Genting Highlands boasts an endless choice of family-friendly attractions and activities. The Genting Theme Park however is the resort’s biggest highlight, offering over 50 colourful rides alongside paddleboats, go-carts, an indoor waterpark, and much, much more. If you’re feeling peckish you’ll find a cornucopia of confectionary at Beryl’s Chocolate Wonderland, whilst even more rides await at the nearby First World Plaza. Situated 1,865 metres above sea level, the park offers some breath-taking views to boot.

Things to see

From fast-paced coasters to gentle swings and carousels, Genting Theme Park has rides for absolutely everyone. Whilst it’s always abuzz with excitable families, lively clowns and costumed mascots add some more entertainment come holiday weekends. Depending on how you arrive at Genting Highlands, there’s a good chance you’ll be making your ascent via the Genting Skyway Cable Car. Connecting Gohtong Jaya to the resort, the gondola travels upwards for over 3 kilometres, treating guests to views of the tropical rainforest along the way.

For a wholesome afternoon of strawberry picking, head to the nearby Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm. Reputedly the largest strawberry farm in Malaysia, it also cultivates a range of vegetables, flowers, and herbs, and is home to a marketplace and café too. Opened in 1994, the Chin Swee Caves Temple is among the most decorative Taoist temples in the region. The large complex features opulent prayer halls and a pagoda, alongside a giant statue of Qingshui – a famous Buddhist monk and deity.

Hotels near Genting Theme Park

Whilst there’s only a handful of hotels near Genting Theme Park, they can comfortably accommodate most tastes and budgets. Much of the resort’s accommodation comes in the form of large full-service hotels, many of which offer a wealth of amenities to keep holidaymakers entertained. Alongside restaurants and bars, you’ll find everything from swimming pools and indulgent spas, to casinos, nightclubs, tennis courts, and golf courses too.

The hotels near Genting Theme Park offer 10,000 rooms between them, which naturally feature more extras the more you pay. However, televisions, comfy bedding, and views of the landscape are pretty much standard. Resorts World Genting - Genting Grand, Resorts World Genting - Maxims Hotel and Resorts World Genting - First World Hotel are 3 top hotels near Genting Theme Park.

Where to stay

The hotels near Genting Theme Park are mostly clustered around the park itself, meaning you’ll never be more than a short walk from the action. Sharing the limelight is the resort’s other focal point, the First World Plaza. Set behind a bright multi-coloured façade, the gargantuan complex features different sections that imitate iconic tourist destinations, such as Paris, Venice, and Times Square. Scattered amongst them you’ll find a wide variety of shops and restaurants, alongside an array of attractions, including a cinema, a gaming arcade, a show venue, and a Ripley’s Believe it or Not! Museum. What’s more, it also features another indoor theme park too.

How to get to Genting Theme Park

Serving Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur International Airport is an ideal gateway for anyone jetting into country. Whilst it’s quite a trek from Genting Highlands, you can easily get there via public transport once you’ve landed. Kuala Lumpur International’s KLIA Ekspres service offers a direct link from the airport to Kuala Lumpur Sentral Station, with a journey time of around 28-minutes. From there you can catch a bus to the Genting Skyway Cable Car station, which usually takes an hour, before making your 15-minute ascent up the mountain. A taxi from the airport is a more expensive alternative.