The Genting Highlands First World Indoor Theme Park is a haven for kids and those who are not letting go of the inner kiddo in them =P Who wouldn’t want to play inside a building when it is foggy outside and you’re just in your shorts? But before I face the problem of beating the coldness in Genting Highlands, let’s look for something to eat. Shall we?
Chicken Rice for Brunch! Sleepless and tired from the Manila-Kuala Lumpur trip, I finished my whole plate hoping it will contribute to help me in conquering my fear not of the rides, but of the coldness. Brrr!
Here are some photos I took while inside the First World Indoor Theme Park. It’s like you’re gallivanting around the world since they have little replicas of known tourist spots and figures:
It felt like we toured around the world within the indoor theme park. To make it easier for us to roam around, we rode the Monorail, which is a caterpillar-like mini train that can accommodate four passengers per cubicle (cubicle what? LOL i dunno what its called haha forgive me!). Riding the Monorail will give you the opportunity to get an aerial view of the First World Plaza and the Outdoor Theme Park.
Now it is time to go outside and check the outdoor theme park…
The heavy fog looked like a ghost to me 0_0 It’s about time for me to buy leggings to make me feel better and comfortable. Whew!
In the end, I spent 52 Malaysian Ringgit for a Diadora grey leggings. I still feel it is a good price grrrr hahaha =P