Snow Theme Park

Snow Theme Park Malaysia

Snow World is a Snow Theme Park Malaysia in Genting. Snow World is a winter wonderland  with temperature as low as -3° Celsius. Inside this Theme Park you will almost forget about Malaysia hot and humid temperature outside.

Snow Theme Park

After getting tired of theme park rides in Genting you can come and relax here. You can build your very own snowman, experience the thrilling Cresta Run snow slide or go ice skating. in this Snow Theme Park. At Snow World, you and your family can do all this at any time of the year! And don’t forget to wear your woollens!

Snow Theme Park

  • Park timings Monday – Friday: 9 am – 12 am
    Saturday: 8 am – 1 am
    Sunday: 8 am – 12 am

Snow Theme Park

  • Entrance Fee : Contact us at +92 321 443 1721 for Booking and more details

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20 thoughts on “Snow Theme Park Malaysia”

  1. What?! We need a snow theme park here in China. I would go here all the time in the summer. This place looks like fun! I only made a snowman once in my life 🙁

  2. Yay, ice skating is so much fun! It’s great that everyone who goes there can cool off from the crazy humid heat for a little while:) Fun family outing, too!

  3. This looks fun! Reminds me of Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park that we have here in London every year. It must be hard going back out into the heat outside after cooling off in here 🙂

    1. Lol that is so true it’s so hard to go outside after you get relaxed. That’s why family once enters takes alot of time to come out 😃

  4. This looks really cool, you can have all you wanted, as for snow lover this is the finest destination for them. I would love to try why not even I’m not a winter fan. 🙂

    1. I love winters. It’s true people who want a flavor of winter in summer this would be the best place for them 🙂

  5. Some of my friends recently posted pictures of this theme park. I haven’t seen the ‘snow’ ever, so was thinking of heading here sometime. Tee hee.. Some snow is better than no snow, right? 🙂 Cheers!!

  6. Snow in Malaysia is not the first thing that I would have thought possible. How do they create the snow? I read somewhere about ski resorts staying open in the summer by using snow making machines.

    1. There are so many snow themed parks around the world. This one is inside a mall. And with todays technology anything is possible 🙂

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