The long-awaited Angry Birds indoor theme park in Johor Bahru will soon open its doors on the 31st of October, 2014.
The Angry Birds indoor park will feature games, activities and entertainment, all related to Angry Birds (of course!). These include the Lazer Bird Shoot, Red Bird Goal, Piggy Shooting Gallery and Captain Black Bird Ship.
According to The Star, the 26,000sq ft park is the first South East Asia’s indoor Angry Birds Activity Park.
The attractions at the park are divided into four main play areas;
- Danger Zone = Consisting of three activities; Panna, Sutu and Scoot Park.
- Utopia = Consisting of three activities; Air Parkour, Foam Pit and Laser Maze
- Classis = Consisting of two activities; Car Track and Tower
- Souh Beach = Consisting of three activities; Cinema, Hollow Trunk and Sona.
According to Johor Corporation president and group chief executive Datuk Kamaruzzaman Abu Kassim, the Angry Birds Park is a different experience for visitors who were looking for family-oriented activities and entertainment.
Kassim also said that the park was hoping to reach its target of 150,000 visitors in its first year of operations.
“We believe we can exceed the target and even hit the 200,000th visitor count as our sales partners have committed some 40,000 tickets.
The Angry Birds Park is a joint venture with the founder of the game, Finland-based Rovio Entertainment Ltd.
The Angry Birds phenomenon was initiated in 2009, when the game garnered up to 2.5 billion downloads from around the world. It is one of the most downloaded games of all time!
The Angry Birds indoor park is located on the third floor of the Komtar Johor Bahru City Centre (JBCC) shopping mall. Tickets to the park are priced at RM75 per entry. However, those with a MyKad or MyKid will only be charged RM60. Special passes are available for families. Children below 10 must be accompanied by an adult at all times while at the park.
The Angry Birds indoor park will be opened from 10am to 10pm every day.
Visit the website for more information.
Story and quote from: The Star Online
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