Wednesday, December 10, 2014


Resorts World Genting is celebrating its 50th Anniversary and we want you to be a part of it!

Submit your best pictures of yesteryear in the most creative way to win THE grand prize of one year of free stay at the Resort.

Competition is open now until 23rd December 2014.

Terms and Conditions:
  • The contest period is from 10 December 2014 – 23 December 2014.
  • The closing date is on 23 December 2014, 11.59pm. Late entries will not be entertained.
  • Participants are required to submit a collage of photos from yesteryear taken at Resorts World Genting (not less than 2MB) with a simple caption (less than 50 words) to
  • Original copy for each photo and the participant details must be attached together for submission. Watermark is unacceptable to be included in the photos.
  • The top 3 winners will be picked based on the judging criteria. (30% voting, 20% sharing, 30% historical value, and 20% creativity).
  • Prizes are NOT exchangeable for cash or other items/services.
  • Resorts World Genting reserves the right to change or alter the terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.
  • Resorts World Genting reserves the right to replace the prize at any point in time with a prize of equal value without prior notice.
  • Resorts World Genting reserves the right to use the entries for promotional purpose.
  • The decision of the judges is final and no correspondences will be entertained.


While millions of moviegoers eagerly anticipate the premiere of Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb set to hit cinemas this Christmas Day, the movie magic has already come alive at Resorts World Genting! Brace yourselves for a thrilling time at Universal Walk, First World Plaza from 1 December 2014 to 18 January 2015, 10am to 10pm.

Here’s why you shouldn’t miss this magical adventure:

#1: You can get an adrenaline rush at The Magical Adventure Challenge
If you have been to the Escape Room, you will know what this game is all about. The Magical Adventure Challenge allows a minimum of two players or a maximum of four players to form a team to complete the quest. The goal is to find the Golden Tablet of Akhmenrah in 10 minutes! Unlocking the combination lock is not as easy as it seems!

The Magical Adventure Challenge is only opened to SnowWorld ticket holders, Genting Rewards card members with 500 Rewards Points, and visitors who spend RM30 at First World Cineplex.

#2: You can wrap up the year with the most epic usie
Enjoy an up close encounter with Attila the Hun, Sacagawea and Octavius who will be roaming Universal Walk, First World Plaza for the first time ever. Make sure you take a picture with these historical characters! They will be making their appearance daily at 12pm, 4pm, 6pm and 8pm.

#3: You can have fun with the Triceraptors and Dum Dum
These trick art displays of the Triceraptors and Dum Dum, the Moai will have you doing a double take because they look so real! Capture the perfect angle and watch the magic magnify through your camera lens.

#4: You can help to crack the code
Think you’re a whiz at deciphering hidden messages? We challenge you to take part in the Discover the Hieroglyphic Message contest! Reveal the ancient message hidden among the hieroglyphic symbols and stand a chance to win weekly secret prizes! Winners will be announced every Wednesday on Resorts World Genting Facebook page.

#5: You can stand a chance to jet off to London!
Participants who manage to complete The Magical Adventure Challenge within the specified time limit are eligible to stand a chance to win a holiday to London worth RM32,000 and an overnight stay at the British Museum! One of the highlights will be a torch light mission after the closing of the museum where interactive games commence. Submit your victory moment on our event page and follow the instructions to make your way to London.

So, are you ready for the wildest adventure of your lifetime this holiday season?

For more information, please visit our website

Thursday, December 4, 2014



Genting Highlands, December 4 – The Genting Integrated Tourism Plan (GITP) is well under way with several projects expected to be completed within the next two years. Launched in December 2013, Genting Malaysia Berhad’s GITP which involves an RM5 billion investment to develop and enhance the infrastructures, products and services at Resorts World Genting, will see the completion of a new hotel, a new cable car station and the much anticipated Twentieth Century Fox World Theme Park within the next two years. These were some of the latest developments on the GITP shared by Genting Malaysia Berhad’s President and Chief Operating Officer Dato’ Sri Lee Choong Yan during a talk show-style segment held here today.

Resorts World Genting also introduced its new brand ambassador, Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh, who is poised to enhance the brand globally as the Resort enters into a new era of transformation.

In giving a brief overview of the GITP, Dato’ Sri Lee said that this project which will take place over a 10-year period is aimed at increasing the brand’s global competitiveness and enhancing its position as a major tourism hub regionally and globally. He further added that the GITP is expected to boost the country’s economy through the tourism industry by attracting higher tourist arrivals as well as creating thousands of job opportunities. With the offerings under the GITP which are of world-class standard, the Resort is targeting 30 million visitors by 2020.

Explaining that the GITP projects will be carried out in two phases, Dato’ Sri Lee said that they are currently working on the first phase. “One of the projects that will see completion in the first half of 2015 is an additional 1,286 rooms at the First World Hotel. Other projects that are expected to open in the near future include The Sky Avenue and Sky Plaza shopping mall, a new cable car station and the world’s first Twentieth Century Fox World Theme Park, which is scheduled for 2016.” He also added that the refurbishing and upgrading of the Resorts’ hotel properties will be concurrently taking place within the next two to three years.

On the selection and appointment of Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh as the brand ambassador, Dato’ Sri Lee said that they wanted a world-class icon to represent the transformations that they were undergoing. At the same time it has to be an individual whose personal and professional life exemplifies that of the Resorts World Genting brand. “In this aspect we found that Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh is the ideal choice. As a Malaysian she has successfully penetrated the international movie scene and is today an internationally acclaimed actress and producer. In many ways, her courage, resilience and strength in remaining at the top of her industry mirrors our business.” said Dato’ Sri Lee.

Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh has taken time off from her busy film shooting schedule to attend this event today. On her collaboration with the Resort, the modest but dynamic lady said, “Resorts World Genting in itself is already a big name and I hope that my association with the international entertainment industry will be a contributing factor in elevating the brand further”.  The Hollywood actress and producer who is looking forward to the opening of the Twentieth Century Fox World Theme Park, has herself acted in two Twentieth Century Fox sci-fi thrillers, namely ‘Sunshine’ and ‘Babylon A.D.’. 

Tan Sri Michelle Yeoh later joined Dato’ Sri Lee to launch the Sky Avenue logo. This new mall is set to become the latest lifestyle mall at the Resort offering retail, food and beverage outlets and entertainment space that include cinemas.

“Our goal is to develop a mall with a distinctive and energetic retail environment that creates a great sense of excitement and differentiated experience among local and foreign tourists alike,” said Dato’ Sri Lee.

With an array of local and international semi-luxurious and affordable brands, the mall promises a vibrant and chic shopping experience. Its location is designed to provide seamless connection to all other facilities such as, the hotels, Arena of Stars and the new Twentieth Century Fox World Theme Park. 

Visitors will also be spoilt for choice with a variety of local and international cuisines and have an option of dining indoors or outdoors where open decks form a perfect platform for cafes and al fresco dining overlooking the theme park.

The Resort’s second cable car system station which will have the capacity to carry 4000 passengers per hour will also be located at the Sky Avenue.  The mall will be the hub where visitors convene, shop and enjoy the overall atmosphere of Resorts World Genting.

Another project under the GITP, Horizon 50 was also launched. The venue with a size of 16,000 square feet offers a journey through time showcasing the birth and growth of Resorts World Genting.  As Resorts World Genting enters its 50th year next year, Horizon 50 looks at the last 50 years of Genting’s history and attempts to portray a vision for the next 50 years. It’s a truly fascinating journey.  All these are presented through a combination of projection, background music and special effects, with a fly-through video and visual boards adding to the sensorial experience,” explained Dato’ Sri Lee.

The idea of Horizon 50 was conceptualised in line with the GITP where the Resort wanted to have a one-stop venue to share its history, its amazing scale of current operations and its construction of the many new and future projects with its visitors.  The venue besides being informative also offers an ambience that creates a feel of modern futuristic atmosphere complemented by the surroundings of state-of-the-art technology, portraying the group’s global expansion and interest in technology.

With an investment of nearly RM4 million, Horizon 50 partnered Panasonic, who sponsored and powered the high definition projectors, fly through videos, visual boards, video walls and LED Television screens.

The Resort envisages that Horizon 50 will attract as many as five million visitors in the next two years.  Entrance is free and the venue is opened daily from 10 am to 8 pm.