Cocooned by nature, natural hot springs, and a 400-million-year-old limestone hill, Sunway Lost World of Tambun is a premier holiday destination located in the historic town of Ipoh. With 88 attractions and amazing parks, this unique theme park provides hours of non-stop fun for every age and now you can experience it all for FREE!
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How To Get to Lost World Of Tambun
If you like a little road trip, Lost World Of Tambun is only 2 hours driving distance from Kuala Lumpur and 1.5 hours from Penang
If the bus is your preference, then there are express buses that will take you right into the heart of Ipoh city. From there, it’s a mere 20-minute taxi ride to the park.
The Electric Train Service is a great way to reach Ipoh. If you’re flying into Malaysia via Kuala Lumpur or Penang, then getting to Ipoh is a breeze with KTM’s new ETS
Open Monday-Friday: 11:00am – 11:00pm
Weekends, School and Public Holidays: 10:00 am – 11:00 pm
Closed on Tuesday, except on Malaysian school & public holidays.
LOST WORLD HOT SPRINGS & NIGHT PARK
Open Daily: 6:00pm till 11:00pm
Lost World Of Tambun Ticket Prices
All parks, rides, activities, and attractions are included in the entrance ticket. Pay-per-ride activities are not included.
Adult (13 years or older): RM117.00
Child (12 years or younger): RM110.00
Senior Citizen (60 years or older): RM110.00
Only the Lost World Hot Springs & Night Park are accessible with this ticket.
Adult (13 years or older): RM75.00
Child (12 years or younger): RM66.00
Senior Citizen (60 years or older): RM66.00
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Day Time Attractions to Expect at Lost World Of Tambun
Lost World Water Park
Escape the heat at Lost World Water Park. You can drift away in a giant rubber tube along Malaysia’s longest man-made adventure river, go on four different slides at the Tube Raiders, or just bask in the sun with a cool drink in hand at Sandy Bay. Do note that you are required to comply with the dress code when swimming or using the rides in the waterpark.
Lost World Amusement Park
Head on over to Lost World Amusement Park if you want to take a break from all the water activities. You can find several family-friendly rotating swing rides promising a fun time for both kids and adults. If you are looking for something more challenging, try Stormrider, a 180-degree-swinging pirate ship, or test your courage at the Haunted Chambers!
Lost World Tin Valley
Learn about the rich heritage of tin mining in Ipoh at Lost World Tin Valley. You can experience “Dulang Washing”(Tin Ore Panning) just like the good old days, see real artifacts from the past, and more. If you are feeling hungry, head over to Dulang Tea House, a lovely cafe set in the shade beneath the limestone that serves traditional tin worker meals.
Lost World Tiger Valley
See Siberian Tigers up close at Lost World Tiger Valley! Watch in awe as trained rangers conduct feeding time for these magnificent beasts and be amazed by their agility, strength, and power.
Lost World Petting Zoo
Drop by the petting zoo and see over 55 species of animals from all around the world. Take the chance to feed the Giraffes, cheeky raccoons, and many others. If you are brave enough, you could also explore Tarantula Alley and take pictures of the different types of large, hairy tarantulas!
Lost World Adventure Park
Want to get your adrenaline pumping? The adventure part is the one for you. From rope courses to kayak challenges, cave tunnel exploration, and camping, these activities would surely get your heart racing and are also perfect for any team-building event.
Night Time Attractions to Expect at Lost World of Tambun
Lost World Hot Spring and Spa
If you couldn’t experience the hot springs during the daytime worry not, the hot springs continue to be open at night. Having a soak after a long day of exploring the theme park is truly a treat for your aching body.
Explore the mysterious and mystical realm of Luminous Forest, home to the Malayana tribe. As you cross the Luminosa Bridge, have your cameras ready to capture magnificent images of glowing flowers, giant magical creatures, talking trees, and more!