SnoWalk is South East Asia’s first indoor winter wonderland. It is climate-controlled at below 5 degrees Celsius with 100mm of snow underfoot and provides an unforgettable Arctic experience to anyone looking to escape the tropical heat.
It features 50 thousand square feet of floor space and over 100 tonnes of ice sculptures shaped by a team of 30 artists from Harbin, China. It also features a play zone for fun activities such as snowman-making, ice-sliding and tobogganing.
HOUSE OF HORROR
Ghosts, ghouls, spectres and other denizens of the dark inhabit this 15 thousand square foot haunted house. Combining mechatronics (machine and electronics), Night Art and live performance, nightmares are brought to life to provide spine-chilling entertainment for those brave enough to venture within. There are spooky surprises at every turn, the eerie atmosphere heightened by special sound and visual effects.
TRICK ART MUSEUM
Exhibits in this museum are based on the ancient art of Trompe L’oeil. They tease the mind with optical illusions created by clever renderings of shadows and subjects that extend beyond the picture frame.
Housed within an 8,000 square foot exhibition space, the museum features five art themes – Masterpieces, Egyptian, Marine Life, Animal Kingdom and Modern Classics. Visitors are encouraged to have fun posing for photographs with the exhibits.
Red Carpet is Malaysia’s first home-grown interactive wax museum. It brings together an all-star cast of glamour and glitz, power and politics, the strange and wonderful in a 30 thousand square foot Oscar Awards setting venue.
All of its 100 exhibits are modelled after well-known personalities in various categories - World Icons, Celebrities, Sports Stars, World Book of Records, Legends and Interactive, of which there are ten (sound and motion automated).
Visitors are welcome to step up close, examine the wax exhibits and marvel at the uncanny resemblance and realism that has been achieved. The interactive element will also allow visitors to party with them.