Berjaya Times Square indoor Theme Park
Berjaya Times Square Theme Park is the first indoor theme park in Malaysia and the second largest indoor theme park in Asia. It is located on the 5th floor till the 8th floors of Berjaya Times Square Shopping Mall.
Amenities provided at the theme park are Food and Beverages Corner, Kidz Theatre, Entertainment Stages,Kidz Playground and Cosmo’s Party World Rides. There are 14 rides offered to the visitors.
Berjaya Times Square Theme Park is divided into two sections. The Galaxy Station is for adults and the Fantasy Garden is for children. The Galaxy Station is located located on the 5th floor. The rides in the Galaxy Station includes Dizzy Izzy, DNA Mixer, Ooort’s Express, Robo Crash, Spinning Orbit and Supersonic Odyssey.
Fantasy Garden on the other hand is located on the 7th floor and offers kids friendly rides. It has colorful Garden Avenue with seven rides intended for kids and families such as Botanic Drive, Buddy Go Round, Crazy Bus, Fantasy Trail, Flying Bumble Bee,Honey Bump and Molly Swing.
The cool thing about this theme park is the entrance is allowed twice in the same day. Therefore, the visitors can go out and take a breather for a while then come back again later to continue enjoying the theme park.
The theme park is accessible by public transportation. The nearest station is Imbi Monorail Station.
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Monday – Friday: 12.00 p.m – 10.00 p.m
Sat – Sun, School/ Public Holidays: 11.00a.m – 10.00 p.m
Without MyKad: RM 60.00
With MyKad: RM 41.00
Without MyKad: RM 50
With MyKad: RM 30
Senior Citizen: RM27
Hear From Others
The feeling was memorable indeed. The cool thing about trying these kinds of rides is that they helped me to overcome my fear of heights. With a positive mind and attitude, I managed to enjoy my time here. At this point also I imagined that I actually had wings; just like a bird.
We spent less than 2 hours in the theme park and had time to do some rides twice or thrice before it closed. I like the fact that the theme park is very suitable for small kids. There are 7 rides in all, if I remember correctly, so kids would really have a good time here. If I ever go back to KL again, it’s likely that I take Baby there again.
All in all, a very enjoyable, fun day out for the kids. We easily spent about 4-5 hours here. Unlike most theme parks which only allow single entry, I think it’s really great that we can reenter once more within the same day – this means we can take a breather or go out for a nice meal and then come back again to enjoy the rides.
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