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Genting Highlands Tours & Tickets

Explore the vibrant outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, brimming with travel treasures and lasting memories with Genting Highlands tour. Take a break and inhale the fresh air with Genting Highlands, Malaysia tickets to visit premier resort and casino destination. This is your opportunity to revitalize your body, mind, and soul. Hop on the cable car – you have two choices: the Genting Skyway and Awana Skyway, both offering breathtaking views of the mountains and distant jungles. Enjoy some retail therapy as you shop, and perhaps try your luck at the casino! Booking a Genting Highlands tour from Kuala Lumpur ensures you're in for a winning experience. It's the ideal day trip getaway.

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Our tips for Genting Highlands

  • Go for a Bowl. If you fancy a bit of bowling at the resort then the ‘glow in the dark, which is available after 6pm is fun for all the family.
  • It’s a 24-hour Attraction. Parts of Genting Highlands are open for 24hrs, i.e. the casino. You must be over 21 to play and there is a strict dress code. Shorts and sandals for example aren’t permitted. Here’s the hope you win if you do try it out.
  • Genting Skyway Schedule. To savor the breathtaking views on the Genting Skyway with fewer crowds, consider riding the cable car early in the morning or on weekdays.
  • Select Appropriate Footwear. Opt for comfortable shoes, especially if you intend to explore the attractions, shopping areas, and theme parks.
  • Weekday Visits. Given that Genting Highlands tends to be more crowded on weekends and holidays, it's advisable to plan your visit on weekdays to experience smaller crowds.
  • First World Plaza's Indoor Theme Park. In case of unfavorable weather, the indoor theme park at First World Plaza is an excellent choice, offering a variety of rides and entertainment options.
  • Discover the Premium Outlets. For shopping enthusiasts, the Premium Outlets showcase a diverse range of international and local brands at discounted prices.

Good to know

Genting Highlands is renowned for its temperate climate, providing a revitalizing retreat from the heat of the lowlands. Often dubbed the "City of Entertainment" in the clouds, it boasts the Genting Skyway, one of Southeast Asia's longest and fastest cable car systems, delivering breathtaking panoramic views of the adjacent mountains and verdant landscapes. From 2006 to 2015, the First World Hotel in Genting Highlands secured the Guinness World Record for the world's largest hotel by room count. For avid shoppers, Genting Highlands houses Premium Outlets featuring a diverse selection of international and local brands at discounted prices. Nestled on a hill near Genting Highlands, the Chin Swee Caves Temple is a tranquil and aesthetically pleasing temple dedicated to the Buddhist monk Chin Swee.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to book a tour to Genting Highlands?

    Genting Highlands is an all-year-round attraction, though its busiest months are from June to August. It is also busy during the public and school holidays. Christmas season for example.

  • Q: How do I get around?

    You’re in a big city, so expect heavy traffic during the peak times of the day. If you’re not heading on a bus tour, there is an extensive public transport system. Buses and light commuter trains and taxis help you get about. Getting to Genting Highlands will most likely involve going on an organised tour, so transfers from your hotel are most likely included. You can check the curated tours that are inclusive of transfers.

  • Q: What are the main attractions in Genting Highlands?

    Primary highlights include the Genting Skyway, First World Hotel, Genting Highlands Premium Outlets, as well as indoor and outdoor theme parks, along with the Chin Swee Caves Temple.

  • Q: What is the climate like in Genting Highlands?

    The elevated location of Genting Highlands contributes to its cool climate, offering a pleasant respite from the warmth of the lowlands. Temperatures here can vary from cool to chilly, making it advisable to bring along light jackets.

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