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Dreamed of traveling around Europe but don’t exactly have the time or budget to fly over? Worry not. Resorts World Genting is bringing Europe to you and you can experience how it is like to travel to some countries in Europe without even stepping out of Malaysia.

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A visit to SnowWorld at Resorts World Genting means you will bring home rib-tickling memories thanks to the arrival of some new attractions.

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A new attraction that awaits visitors is the Excitement European Facade. Like the theme suggests, SnowWorld has been transformed to look like a European village—with replicas of various European symbols creating a believable imaginary world.

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You can make-believe you are touring Europe as you take in the sights and sounds at the various “countries” created, namely Holland, Italy, Norway, England, France, Spain, Germany and Switzerland.

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Experience what being in a German Boucherie with 3D sausage and 3D cow is like  or take a picture in front of the facade bearing the image of a windmill with the 3D Holland Clog aside. 

Apatt from the European village facade, SnowWorld is offering to take you time traveling back to the fantastic madieval times in the form of 3D trick art—fanciful comical props with hilarious names like King’s Feast, Falling Chandelier, Distorted Knight, Snow Monster, and Dragon Prop. Yes, SnowWorld has adopted a medieval theme and there are many exciting photography backdrops and 3D props, making each visit a delightful one for visitors. They can take pictures of themselves as part of someone’s food at the King’s Feast, or appear to be stuck in a black castiron cauldron, the unfortunate victim of a trio of witches at the Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble segment. And what about taking a picture of a chandelier falling on you? This can be realised at the Falling Chandelier section that gives the illusion of, well, a chandelier falling on you! The young and young-at-heart who simply love taking selfies would no doubt also be delighted to take a picture with the Snow Monster—they are seemingly enveloped in a blue fog that is the monster’s breath. Yet another funny backdrop worth capturing in print is the Knight on Horse where you can make-believe you are a warrior when you stick your head through a hole that is the missing head of a knight.

The tour itself can be considered educational—Geography lessons for the kids—or the guest may simply look upon it as a picture-worthy session filled with heartwarming moments.  SnowWorld has revised its ticket prices and the new rates are RM38.30 for adults and teenagers (RM34.50 for Genting Rewards Card or GRC members) and RM32.50 for children and senior citizens (RM29.20 for GRC members). There is also Family Package priced at RM129.10.  For more information, please call 03-27181118 or log on to


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May 2024