LOST WORLD OF TAMBUN CONGRATULATES NATIONAL ATHLETES

As Malaysians unite and cheer for national athletes after winning 323 medals at the 29th SEA Games whilst celebrating Merdeka Day, it couldn’t get any better as the Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak declared 4th of September a public holiday as an appreciation of the effort and sacrifices of Malaysians athletes. After all, it is known that Malaysian’s favorite word is cuti!

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Make your way to Lost World Of Tambun (LWOT) on 4th September and enjoy a Buy 1 Free 1 entrance ticket to celebrate this victory. This long holiday would certainly give you the ‘one’ main excuse why you should take that road trip to LWOT just to relax and unwind with your loved ones.

“It really is a joy to see our Malaysian athletes winning each medal and leading this country to success. As such, we want everyone to join us to commemorate this achievement at Lost World Of Tambun, which was why we developed this promotion. Ultimately, its giving visitors more reasons to experience Lost World Of Tambun and its truly exclusive offerings,” said Calvin Ho, Senior General Manager of Sunway Theme Parks.

Over the years, Lost World Of Tambun has developed a reputation of being one of Malaysia’s ‘hidden treasures’ in Malaysia’s most historic city, rich with culture and heritage. Imagine escaping the hustle and bustle of the city and being greeted by nature’s best – set amidst natural hot springs, breathtaking limestone features of 400 million years of age, dense tropical environment, and seven amazing attraction parks – LWOT is the ultimate day and night destination for visitors of all ages.

For more information, log on to the website at www.sunwaylostworldoftambun.com/or Facebook page at www.facebook.com/lostworldoftambun or by calling the park at +605 542 8888.

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9 thoughts on “LOST WORLD OF TAMBUN CONGRATULATES NATIONAL ATHLETES

  1. LWOT is at my hometown Ipoh… had visited that place but have not gone the whole area. Am interested to folo the path towards the cave which was told by my uncle that it was the place where my ancestors lived but dissapeared. its a bit “keras” they say so need to cite out permission when wandering about unless u are part of the generation of which I am…

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