|Blogger pass = free access to theme park
|Colourful works of art
|Noob at work.
|Chris Ooi & Dennis Yin
|Fashion show by IACT.
|HitzFM in the house!
Anyway back to round two to fun at the theme park. Genting held the famous Thailand water festival, Songkran at its water park and a lot of people got to experience it for the first time in their lives. Sadly I was not one of them as I was recovering from a horrid cough then and a soak-me plus the chilly Genting climate will not forebode well. My parents have actually experienced it in Chiang Mai and they told me that there coloured water in water guns and balloons were deployed most of the time. In Genting, the participants had to settled with bubbles, foam and loads of water to attack each other.
|Wet, soapy and fun!
|Energetic group of dancers entertaining the crowd.
|Thai cuisine, cakes and everything else.
And the rest of their equally awesome routine below.
After their performance, my friend and I headed to Snow World! Entrance fees for an adult is only RM30 and that includes rental for a locker, a coat, gloves and boots. There are hourly slots to control the number of people in the room so that it does not overcrowd and affect the temperature. After suiting up, we entered the -6 celsius room that resembled a hilly town and instantly regretted wearing shorts. We didn't have time early to change so we simply lived with our decision. And froze our ass off.
Nevertheless, we ended up having loads of fun for the whole 40 minutes in there, running in and out of the room to warm up, pelting each other with poorly-made snowballs and sliding on a tube ride in there. Cameras and phone are not allowed in there though as I believe the management fear our equipment will freeze over. Either that or that gives them an excuse to make more money as they have photographers in there to take your pictures. You just need to pay for the photos later.
|Dennis, what are you doing?
|Nuffnang bloggers & their babysitter, Darren (center front)