Genting SkyWorlds, an outdoor amusement theme park in Genting, is expected to open to the public officially in the middle of this year. Genting World’s Director of Strategy and Business Operations Lee Thiam Kit pointed out that the theme park, which cost more than US$800 million to build, covers an area of ​​26 acres (1,132,560 square feet) and can accommodate 20,000 visitors. “We were going to open the theme park to the outside world last year, but the pandemic disrupted our plans and caused us to face many challenges. We are doing our best to overcome these difficulties. The goal is to complete all the projects by the middle of this year and open them to the outside world.” He said that Genting Theme Park was previously named “20th Century Fox”, but now it has been renamed “Genting SkyWorlds” to better suit the image of the towering sea of ​​clouds in Genting Highlands.

Genting World Leisure and Hospitality Executive Vice President Datuk Edward Arthur Holloway said that the main target group of visitors will be local young people and families. “The Malaysian people believe that they have been looking forward to it for a long time, and we are confident that we can reach the desired number of tourists.” He pointed out that although the theme park can accommodate 20,000 visitors, the authorities will control it. Only tourists who have made a reservation in advance can enter the theme park. The staff will also ensure that everyone abides by the standard operating procedures (SOP) and rules. “I believe that after Malaysia opens its border, it will attract a large number of tourists from China, Hong Kong and neighboring Singapore, but before the border is opened, it will still focus on the domestic family market.”

Genting Sky City World is inspired by movie plots, namely Eagle Mountain, Central Park, Liberty Lane, Robots Rivet Town, Andromeda Base, Glacier Ice Age, Studio Plaza, Epic and Rio.