It was our fourth visit. It has been ages since we came up here. The last time we had been there must be eight years ago. After check-in, we had a walk around Genting Highland. Genting Highlands was not changed much over the years except the interior design. Outdoor theme park at Genting highlands was closed for a complete revamp to morph into a 20th Century Fox theme park. It will be transform to a fresh look in the future.
Statue of Liberty on motorcycle. The lit up decorations were definitely different such as a mini
tower which was covered in LED lights.
A magician bent a fork right in front of the audiences.He took out a fork and placed it on his palm. Stared at it for 10-15 seconds. Slowly, the fork began to bend until the end of the fork is at a 90 degree angle. It is very entertaining.
You will never be short of dining selections at this hugely spacious buffet eatery. Only RM30 per person. You need to make payment for buffet dinner at a special counter.
We visited Ripley's Believe It Or Not museum on the second day. Ripley's is an interesting place to introduce us to a world less known. Ripley's is founded by Robert Ripley. There are many incredible collections of art works in this museum. The entire collection of the things that Ripley collected during his travels around the world is just breathtaking.
A wolf girl who brought up by wild animals.
The largest shoes in the world. A big difference between two shoes. This is what the Chinese describe as 小巫见大巫.
Antique child’s dentist chair which was built in 1904.
An art drawing on a grain of rice. The content of the drawing is all related to the bible scenes of Adam and Eve. Although it is impossible to read this rice grain letter with the naked eye, it is quite legible when magnified. Really unbelievable.