Malaysia First Lah! JOM Raya at Sunway Lost World of Tambun


In conjunction with the upcoming Hari Raya and school holidays, Sunway Lost World Of Tambun is hosting a celebration of all things Malaysian. The Malaysia First Lah celebration, which will run from now to 9 June, allows visitors to experience the wonders of local Malay culture, reminiscent of traditions, values, and customs, which Malaysian share in a true spirit of unity and Concord. 

It is also my first time here at Sunway Lost World of Tambun, I am very excited to visit around the place and see what's activities await for me during this Raya holiday.



Experience Malaysia First Lah Raya celebration at Sunway Lost World of Tambun!


Among the many activities in store for visitors during the celebration period include the experience of Malay traditional games such as playing on a giant congkak board and participating in a hybrid game of Teng Teng with Snakes and Ladders. Promised to be all fun and exciting, the celebration will also feature the Humalaya Malayana meet and greet session as well as the Awesome Raya Pool Party to spice things up during the Raya festivities. 

“Games and sports have a unique way to bring people together while creating and renewing bonds. This is why we are making fun games a big part of our Malaysia First Lah celebration, where families and friends can come together at Sunway Lost World Of Tambun and celebrate awesome moments with traditional Malay games,” said Nurul Nuzairi Mohd Azahari, General Manager of Sunway Lost World Of Tambun. 

Meanwhile, when all the fun and games leave participants hungry, they can continue to bond while indulging in special food and beverage promotions at Sunway Lost World Of Tambun’s Dulang Tea House, with a specifically curated menu featuring traditional Malay favourites including Rendang Tok Daging, Rendang Ayam, Ketupat, Lemang, Nasi Impit, Tempoyak Ikan Patin, Ulam, and Air Bandung, Dodol and an assortment of Kuih Raya, guaranteed to whet any appetite, large or small. 



“As Malaysians, we sometimes take for granted the rich, diverse heritage and legacy that we enjoy in this beautiful land. It is something that is unique to us, as it can be found nowhere else. Therefore, the responsibility lies on us to preserve and protect this heritage. The upcoming school holidays and Hari Raya is the perfect opportunity for us to do this right here at Lost World Of Tambun. While guests will certainly be in for a good time, they will also, more importantly, be part of a truly unique initiative which we all can share as Malaysians,” said Nurul Nuzairi Mohd Azahari, General Manager of Sunway Lost World Of Tambun.



We are able to witness the launch of Lost World Of Tambun’s Kuang Raya conservation program, the first of its kind in the country, officiated by Dato’ Abdul Kadir Bin Abu Hashim, the Director General of Wildlife and National Parks Department (PERHILITAN).


 The attractively remarkable Kuang Raya, or Great Argus, is a pheasant species native to Southeast Asia, identified by its brown plumage, blue head and neck, rufous red upper breast, black hair-like feathers on its crown and nape, and red legs. 

Due to ongoing natural habitat loss and hunting, conservation of this species is essential to its survival, which has led Sunway Lost World Of Tambun to take the lead in this regard, featuring a full-on conservation site on its grounds, where visitors can get up close and personal with these beauties. 





While you are there here are some of their fun activities which are suitable for kids and family, where it covers train ride, a roller coaster ride for kids, and haunted chambers for teenagers.



In Sunway Lost World of Tambun, they have some really nice places for food and chill. 


Meeting Juita the hippopotamus!


She sleeps during the day time and only active at night. It's so amazing to able to see it up close and underwater view. It looks like a big statue under the water which she is sleeping.


Even though she is sleeping but she will move up to breath every 5-10 minutes. We are super astonished how she manages to do it while she is still sleeping.


Be sure to stop back this Underwater view, that you can see hippopotamus and crocodile underwater.



Hyena on the move.



Pass by the hot spring and water park area too! Do you know that Sunway Lost World of Tambun also comes in Hot Spring area during the night, the crowds for the hot spring are rather crowded too.



Enjoying the view and fresh air around Sunway Lost World of Tambun!




We are having fun feeding the Girrafe just beside the event launching. Guess she is too hungry and only come for food and not for the camera haha!


Lastly, do check out Luminous Forest where it open from 8pm onwards but the queue outside can start at 7:30pm onwards.



I really enjoy myself during my visit to Sunway Lost World of Tambun. During this Raya Celebration, you can come to Sunway Lost World of Tambun to enjoy the Raya celebration here with all the activities they had prepared. Fill your stomach with all the yummy Malay delicate dishes, and end your night with a magical experience at Luminous Forest. Don't forget also to soak and relax in their night hot spring that opens until 11pm. The fire show starts from 9pm at the hot springs area is amazing too. Overall I have a really fun day at Sunway Lost World of Tambun!


To enable more people to experience this national treasure and to experience the Malaysia First Lah celebration, Lost World Of Tambun has put together a special online promotion where tickets can be purchased at a 50% discount at 

RM58.50 (usual price: RM117.00) for adults
RM55.00 (usual price: RM110.00) for children

For more details on Malaysia First Lah celebration, call +605 542 8888, or visit

Sunway Lost World of Tambun



About Sunway Lost World Of Tambun

Sunway Lost World Of Tambun is an action-packed, wholesome family adventure destination. This self-contained wonderland is cocooned within a lush tropical jungle consisting of natural hot springs, breathtaking limestone features and natural surroundings dating back over 400 million years! Painstakingly etched into this natural heritage are seven amazing attraction parks, coined by locals and foreigners alike to be the ultimate day and night destination for a unique family-friendly eco-adventure excursion.

Just a stone throw away is the Lost World Hotel, a perfect respite and snooze chamber after a long day of adventure. True to its name, Sunway Lost World Of Tambun offers not only a “lost paradise” that promises fun and wholesome experience for all ages but also a conducive learning environment with a range of fun-educational elements around the park.

It is the only theme park in Southeast Asia featuring natural hot springs coupled with an array of contemporary attractions and rides. Business entities and MICE groups will also find this resort a haven for team building activities, given its facilities which include seven specially curated functions rooms which offer a capacity ranging from 10 to 200 people.

A hidden gem within Malaysia, Sunway Lost World Of Tambun successfully converts what was previously a tin-mining wasteland into an iconic landmark, without encroaching into its natural surroundings – a site that’s historic, educational and entertaining at the same time, making it a must-visit site, unlike any other within the Southeast Asian region. This, among many others, truly befits Sunway Lost World Of Tambun’s mantra of being “More Than Just A Theme Park!”’

Till Then

17 comments

  1. Wow, Lost world has evolved so much. The last I went there was about 6 years ago.
    I think I gotta visit again on of these days :)

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  2. waa seems like so much fun there at Lost World of Tambun! I love that they provides various of fun activities, as well as lots of interesting section that we can visit there too from day to night! the luminous forest at night seems awesome too! would love to go there with my family 😍

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  3. tickets promotion very good la.. we never had chance to visit Sunway Lost World of Tambun before.. maybe it is a good time to visit there.. thank you for sharing!

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  4. wah seronoknya beraya sakan kat lost world of tambun ni. dulu BBL teringin sangat nak datang sini, last time pergi satu resort sebelah lost world ni. memang cantik amat kawasan ni sebab ada bukit batu kapur. rasa macam dalam filem avatar gitu

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  5. menariknya! teringin nak pergi Tambun ni dari dulu lagi tapi tak pernah dapat nk pgi sebab mcm2 kekangan. kalau harga diskaun mcm tu rasanya dah boleh dah rancang satu family pgi ni. haha terima kasih share ya :)

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  6. Almost every year Mat Drat akan ke Lost World of Tambun ni. Seronok lihat anak2 enjoy. Dengan ada aktiviti ni, sure makin seronok mereka yang bercuti ke sini

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  7. Interesting place. Beefore, I tak ada rasa teringin nak melawat sini. Lepas baca entri ni baru tahu there are alot of nice places there. I love the cave and the surrounding. Memang macam The Lost World!

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  8. Wah nampak best dan menyeronokkan. Banyak juga menu hari raya yang disediakan. Dah puas makan boleh jalan jalan tengok haiwan yang ada pula ye. Tapi luminest forest tu i suka tengok. Nice and colurful waktu malam

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  9. Lamanya ainy tak pergi lost world of tambun ni. Dulu setahun banyak kali pergi sebab suka dengan tempat dia. Lepastu siang tidur kat glamping lagi. Nanti nak pergi lagilah, nak jumpa Juita. Tu kenapa Juita makin gemuk tu. Kemain ea dia kuat makan. Haha.

    Btw TQ share. Dapat lepas rindu kat Lwot.

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  10. Wow happening your Raya at Lost World of Tambun hehehehe menarik dan banyak aktiviti boleh buat kat sana dengan ada banyak haiwan yang baru kat sana lama tak dapat sana hehehe..

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  11. This is new! Jarang beraya dekat theme park, sambil beraya sambil have fun dengan games and haiwan dekat sana. Its a great thing to conserve and protect the animals from distinction. I love your outfit btw!

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  12. Such a fun place for kids, I'll plan a trip for my family for the next holiday it'll be really fun.

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  13. I love Lost world of Tambun.. wondeeing if i sempat bawak my kids ke sana during bulan raya ni.. mesti seronok dpt main congkak gergasi dan also have fun main air bersama-sama.. cant wait to get there

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  14. Omg.. I really thought it was a statue underwater... Damn! Believe it or not I have yet to step foot into lost world of tambun.. Hopefully one day soon...

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  15. Definitely will want to bring my family there one day. Good there are so many things to do and experience over there. :)

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  16. This place is is one in my bucket list. Gonna go to this place on august with friends, hehe

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  17. wow.. ipoh.. tempat saya study dulu. tapi belum pernah masuk ke sunway. hehe

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