No tricks, just treats! Celebrate Halloween 2019 at Resorts World Genting
Halloween is that fun time of the year to dress up as whatever you like and eat all kinds of “gory” things. With that in mind, Resorts World Genting is getting a scary makeover for this Halloween and will be dishing out plenty of treats (no tricks!) to its visitors.
Throughout this October, anyone visiting the mountaintop resort will get to enjoy Halloween-themed tasty treats, fun parades and shows with toe-tapping beats at SkyTropolis Indoor Theme Park, SkyAvenue and – for the first time ever – Starlight Carnival.
First up, the kiosks at SkyTropolis Indoor theme park will be serving yummy treats with a Halloween twist. Grab a bite of a Witch’s Finger from Malaysian Delights (other supernatural dishes include Monster Bone and Ghost Pumpkin Pies), a Bloody Brain Cupcake at Think Pink (where you can also bite into the Death Dessert) or a Popcorn Halloween Bucket from the Popcorn & Fairy Floss kiosk.
Still feeling like a zombie hankering for a bloody brain? The Bites & Delights kiosk also serves Sushi Monsters, Baby Ghost Busters and Frankensteins, while the Local Pastries kiosk offers a yummy Mummy Wrap.
How adorab – we mean, scary – are these treats?
Next, head on over to the towering atrium of SkyAvenue to grab front row spaces to watch the new SkySymphony show, “Spookadilly”.
The Genting Studios original production is a musical show that is set in the Midnight Manor, with the charismatic Estate Manager, Bonediddy, leading the Manor’s population of skeletons, mummies, ghosts and witches in a whimsical musical spectacular.
“Spookadilly” will play out across SkySymphony’s wraparound screens and the kinetic, transforming winch ball system, promising a sppok-tacular show for everyone!
The show’s not over, however, as a Halloween Parade follows suit every Friday to Sunday at 3pm and 5pm. It’s a great time to catch the Highland Heroes, Resorts World Genting’s beloved animal mascots, marching their way up and down SkyAvenue.
Say hi (or boo!) to the Highland Heroes.
Halloween is also the time when Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” gets played a lot. Join in the fun as the SkyTropolis Show Squad performs it and other spooky songs during the Dance Show, held every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7pm and 8pm. An additional show is scheduled for Monday (28 October) and 4 shows – at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 7pm – scheduled for Halloween Day on Thursday.
Lastly, step outside into the cool mountain breeze to enjoy the first-ever Starlight Carnival. It will be given a chilling makeover on Halloween weekend, so there’ll be plenty of Jack O’Lanterns, coffins, zombies, cobwebs, cobwebs with spiders, cobwebs with more spiders and other scary Halloween elements everywhere.
So there’s no excuse for a boring Halloween this year! Visit www.rwgenting.com for more info on these spook-tastic treats.