Lost World Of Tambun (LWOT) is truly a ‘lost paradise’ that unites all group of ages to be one with nature. The park is surrounded by lush greeneries and breathtaking limestone features that are 400 million years of age. Be it from fun games to heart-pumping rides, and a must-try natural hot springs, the park is all about giving its visitors an immersive experience with its ultimate day and night destination for a unique family-friendly eco-adventure excursion.
If you are adventurous, you will be eager to try out the Lost World Of Glamping for a glamorous camping experience or soak in 13 different rejuvenating hot spring pools at the Lost World Hot Springs & Night Park.
The Luminous Forest, on the other hand is an enchanting forest which transports one from the normal realm into the magical forest where science and storytelling blend together. Trees come to life and creatures of the night come out to play in the soft glow of the night, evoking a childlike sense of joy and wonder in those who discover it.
At the Lost World of Tambun there’s always something to uncover. So what’s new?
Explore the HIPPO KINGDOM
Yes, LWOT has recently introduced several new members to their wildlife family. Featuring a large variety of exotic animals in an environment created as close to nature as possible.
The all-new Hippo Kingdom features many more fascinating creatures such as beautiful flamingos, large Estuarine crocodiles, deers, hyenas and of course the magnificent hippopotamus named Juwita. You won’t feel it until you’re there up close to experience it.
Discover The First Man-Made Marmoset Island By Recycled Items
Turning waste into something worthy is what LWOT was up to recently. During this year's Earth Hour, LWOT launched the first man-made Marmoset Island created by using 100% recycled items such as Styrofoam pieces and plastic bottles. A great effort indeed, the construction of the island started three months ago when LWOT collected plastic waste weighing more than 5,000kg.
Aligning LWOT practices with the vision and mission of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and its company responsibility to educate the people on the importance of reducing waste on this planet, LWOT believes that Earth Hour gives people the opportunity to be educated on ways to protect this living space of ours before it becomes a sphere of plastic.
Experience The Malayana Rainfortress
Soon, LWOT will be unveiling its new attraction, Asia’s first two-and-a-half-storey Water-Based Dark Ride Venture into this multi-tiered giant pool that comes with an Island of exciting water slides. You can then immerse yourself in the Dragon's Lair, a cinematic 4D water tunnel which also connects to Malaysia's longest lazy river, which is 660m in length.