Lost World of Tambun: A Theme Park Like No Other in Ipoh, Malaysia
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Lost World Hot SpringsAfter a long day of excitement, visitors can immerse themselves in the source of pure relaxation at the Lost World Hot Springs. The 100% natural mineral hot springs is clean and fresh. Containing healthy minerals such as Calcium Carbonate, Sodium, Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium, Sulphate, Chloride, and Iron, the Hot Springs are heavenly for those looking for a healthy retreat.
Tiger ValleyVisitors can meet Sultan, Raima, Putra, Jazz, and Azian; the Lost World of Tambun's very own Siberian tigers. They can see the handlers at play in the Tiger Valley, and observe the tigers' agility and strength as they jump over rocks and logs to get to their food during the tiger feeding shows. Visitors can learn about the tigers through the valley's educational program.
Lost World Petting ZooIf that's not enough, visitors can take a walk on the wild side at the Petting Zoo, where they will be able to get up-close and personal with just some of the zoo favorites -- Nia the Python, Ruby the raccoon, and Wira the Green Macaw. Visitors can take an adventure through the various areas to feed, touch and experience animals in their natural habitats.
Water and Amusement ParkVisitors can cool off at the water park that features a beach area, wave pool, kids-only zone, volleyball ball area, and thrill-seeking water rides. The amusement park provides exciting rides for all ages.
Adventures For The Eco-EnthusiastExplorers will make their way through the jungle, trekking through the deep limestone hill forests of the Lost World of Tambun. They can witness and explore the unique flora and fauna and experience the beauty of its waterfalls and mysterious caves.
Or visitors can delve deeper into the caves for an exploration of the Gua Datok, a cave dating back 400 million years. For those seeking an adrenaline rush, there is a three-hour cave exploration experience at the Six Mile Tunnel. Eco-enthusiasts are guided by experienced guides through the 765-yard-long cave tunnel, walking through knee-deep mud, swimming across a shallow pool, before continuing to walk through chest-deep water inside the tunnel.
Tambun River CruiseFor those interested in a more relaxing activity, visitors can hop on board the Tambun River Cruise where they can sit back and take it all in as the cruise sails through the picturesque bends of the Tambun River.
Malayana -- The Ancient TribeTambun's rich history tells the story of the Malayana, an ancient tribe that hunted, gathered and built temples for a living. They communicated in a language known as the Koo Koo language. The tribe still lives happily in the jungles of the Lost World of Tambun, and as visitors journey through the park, they may come across some of them clad in their traditional Malayana costumes.
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