Haunted house enthusiasts and horror movies lovers, we’ve got great news for you!
On 31 October 2019, Resorts World Genting (and Air Asia) is launching the world’s first Train To Busan Horror House and we’re very excited! In a statement which was shared with WORLD OF BUZZ, Assistant Vice President of Entertainment & Events For Resorts World Genting, Roger Ong said,
“This isn’t the first Halloween spectacular that we’ve created at Resorts World Genting, but I believe it is certainly the best.”
So, they have teamed up with Vividthree – a Singaporean digital content production company – to bring this massive project into reality.
Marrying digital and virtual reality, the Horror House will feature a “mixture of live actors, digital technology, brand new videos and immersive sounds”. Interesting!
Roger explained that the Horror House will feature several parts, “each with a unique offering inspired by the movie”. So, here’s what you can expect at The Train to Busan Horror House:
- First, it starts on a neon-lit street in Seoul where you will experience only the best Korean street food.
- After that, you will enter a “ravaged train station” and you will see a damaged train that crashed the second level of the station with passengers and zombies lying under (a) rubble.
- Thereafter, you will experience two Horror Houses: one features retail shops in the beaten-down Daejeong Train station and another is in the infamous abandoned train itself.
Do keep in mind that you will not be alone in these horror houses because you will have to face the “zombies” there. Plus, after the Horror Houses, visitors can then move to the Base Camp area to engage in action-packed activities either as a survivor or zombie!
They surely weren’t kidding when they said it will be an immersive experience. 😀
Nevertheless, the Train to Busan Horror House will be in Malaysia only for a limited amount of time. So before you make your way to Genting, here are some important deets that you need to know:
- Operating dates: 31st October 2019 – 1st January 2020
- Operating hours: 12 noon to 10pm (Friday, Saturday and Sunday); Daily (from 2st December 2019 to 1st January 2020)
- Ticket prices: RM90 for regular admission; RM80 for Genting Rewards Club members
On the other hand, the Streets of Seoul will be opened from 10am-10pm for the same duration as the Horror House. Take note, guys.
That being said, will you be visiting Genting for the Train to Busan Horror House or are you too faint-hearted for it? Tell us in the comments!
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