This Malaysian State is about to Welcome Its Largest Water Theme Park
IF you have not found a reason to visit Malaysia (to be more precise, Melaka) soon, here is a pretty good one.
Come 2020, the Unesco World Heritage-listed Melaka will welcome its largest water theme park, which will add on to the growing list of attractions that the destination already boasts.
Catalist-listed Hatten Land said on Tuesday (Aug 7) that it plans to build a RM200 million (S$67 million) water theme park, the largest in Malacca, Malaysia, in partnership with resort operator Samsung C&T Corporation and Polin Waterparks, a leading designer and installer of water slides.
The 500,000 square foot Splash World @ Harbour City park will be located between two 30-storey towers on the 14th floor deck of its flagship Harbour City @ Melaka project, a mixed development shaped like a large ship, the Malaysian developer said in a Singapore Exchange filing during the market lunch break.
Due for completion by end-2019 and expected to be opened to the public in the first half of 2020, it will be one of the region's largest water parks with up to 5,200 visitors a day, Hatten Land said.