“Dinosaurs Alive” Water Theme Park at KSL Resort

**SECURITY ALERT**  Dinosaurs have been spotted prowling the grounds of KSL Resort!

The “Dinosaurs Alive” water theme park officially opened on 5th June 2013 and features 5 realistic animatronic dinosaurs fitted with sensors which make these creatures move when people come into proximity.

You’ll need to walk into the mouth of a Tyrannosaurus Rex to enter the water park.

As you can see, the head is quite huge and I think it could possibly look a little scary to very young children.

This 85-foot long Brachiosaurus spits water at intermittent intervals! Although I was standing outside along the perimeter of the water park, I got wet when the wind blew the spray of water across. See if you can spot any differences in the two pictures below.

 


Admission Charges are RM50 for Adults and RM30 for Children aged 5 to 12 but there is a 50% discount if you have booked a room at the hotel or if you are senior citizens (aged 60 and above). Kids below 5 years of age enter free.


Dress Code – some of the items listed on the “X” list are quite interesting as I’ve never seen them being mentioned at other water theme parks!  LOL…


Another look at the entrance from an elevated viewpoint.


Is it worth visiting?  Look at the next few pictures and you can decide.

Here’s a bird’s eye view of the water theme park. There seem to be very few water slides and most of them are kiddy slides. Thrill seekers would probably be bored here but children below 12 seem to enjoy the place!

Zooming in for a closer look…


LOCATION
7th floor KSL RESORT,
33 Jalan Seladang, Taman Abad,
Johor Bahru 80250, Malaysia.

Operating Hours of the water theme park:
Mondays to Fridays: 10am to 7pm
Weekends, Public Holidays & School Holidays: 9am to 7pm

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Categories: Johor, Malaysia, Theme Parks, Travel | Tags: , , , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on ““Dinosaurs Alive” Water Theme Park at KSL Resort

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  2. Sahadeven

    Been to the water park with my grand children .The attractions are really for small children and it would be more interesting if it could appeal to a wider range of guests. Also considered a little pricey considering the limited attractions.Perhaps more for the hotel guests than outsiders

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