How to get to Sunway Lagoon
Take LRT (Kelana Jaya Line) to Kelana Jaya station and from there take feeder bus or take a direct bus from Kota Raya (near Chinatown).
Travel time about 60 - 90min from KL city center
Taxi will take about 30min from Kuala Lumpur city center (during non-rush times)
Open daily 10am - 6pm
Adult: RM120 (Malaysians: RM90)
Child / Seniors: RM90 (Malaysians: RM65
Family Package (2 Adults & 2 Kids): RM275 (only available for Malaysian)
There are discounts if you puchase the tickets online: to Online Ticketing
Public Surfing & Body Bording @ Surf Beach
Saturdays, Sundays & Malaysian Public Holidays.
Body Boarding - Maximum 20 pax / Minimum 5 pax
Time : 3:00pm to 3:45pm
Surfing - Maximum 12 pax / Minimum 5 pax
Time : 6:00pm to 6:45pm
* Full payment and prior registration required.
* Registrations are on a ‘first come first served basis.
* Personal surf and body boards are not allowed.
* Surf and body boards are available for rent.
Private sessions are available all times, but subject to the availability of the Surf Pool. Reservations must be made at least 48 hours prior to the actual session.
For more information or for reservations, contact Sunway Lagoon at +603 5639 0182 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunway Pyramid is a large shopping mall adjectent to Sunway Lagoon theme park. Since its opening in July 1997, it is Malaysia's first themed shopping and entertainment mall.
official website Sunway Pyramid
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