Experience the horrors of ‘Train To Busan’ at Resorts World Genting

Train To Busan Genting MP

Remember the heart stopping horror movie ‘Train To Busan’? Now you get to experience the horror at Resorts World Genting! The train will stop at all stations, including the zombie-infected Seoul Station, the over-run Daejeon station platform and the toxic Chemical Cargo Train en route to Busan. I guarantee you that this is a trip that you’ll never forget!

Based on the blockbuster 2016 South Korean zombie apocalypse movie Train To Busan, Resorts World Genting unleashes a railway line of horror for two months that will offer a unique blend of horrific thrills and scary fun to fans of the movie and fans of horror in general.  Local and global audiences will be familiar with the story of a father and daughter attempting to survive among a zombie outbreak – which has been described as ‘a thrillingly unique and pure entertaining take on the zombie genre’ with ‘plenty of social commentary… and skilfully staged action.’

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Katherine Chew (Vice President of Resort Communications and Public Relations of Resorts World Genting), McKin Lee B. Jin (Honorary Chairman of Malaysia Korea Chamber of Commerce), Jzune Wong (Business Development Manager of AirAsia) & Roger Ong (Assistant Vice President of Entertainment & Events of Resorts World Genting)

All those elements, which made Train To Busan a runaway cinematic success, have been carefully transitioned into a unique, one-of-a-kind hyper reality experience at the Train To Busan Horror House experience. Developed collaboratively between Resorts World Genting and virtual reality specialists Vividthree, the Horror House blends practical effects, intricate sets, as well as cutting-edge visual and virtual technology to fully immerse guests into a familiar world where the stakes are high and terror is always just around the corner.

The experience will consist of several areas, each with its own set of interactive activities. The first part of the Horror House is themed around Seoul Station. Guests will find themselves trapped in an apocalyptic version of the gigantic train station, fending off zombies and traps as they battle through environments such as the Long Corridor, the Toilet, the Supermarket, the Café  and the Mirror Maze to reach their goal: the train that will take them away from this hellish nightmare.

But the train is infected too. The second part of the Horror House takes place on the actual Train To Busan. Just as the movie’s characters had to battle their way to the front car of train in hopes of surviving the journey to Busan (where a quarantine zone has been established), the Horror House tasks guests with a challenge: to make it from Train Platform and Passenger Train Carriage, through the Chemical Cargo Train and CDC Lab, to safety. The alternative will be falling as one of the infected and returning to haunt those brave enough to continue their adventure. Get to sanctuary, or fall trying.

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Maze in Lost in Daejeon

Two additional experiences flesh out the world and mythos of Train To Busan. At the two Base Camps, guests who have survived the ordeal of the train can take up arms against the horde of zombies in various Virtual Reality and other interactive activities.  If all this adrenaline-packed action sounds tiring and sapping, then there is a payoff for everyone: a Seoul Retail Street that brings the best of Korean cuisine and K-pop culture as a reward for all those that have survived the horror of the Train To Busan.

The Train To Busan Horror House experience departs for adventure at the Skytropolis Indoor Theme Park from 31 October 2019. The Horror House will be open from Friday to Sunday between 1 November to 1 December 2019, and daily from 2 December 2019 to 1 January 2020. Tickets are priced at RM90 for regular admission (RM80 for Genting Rewards Club members). A Train To Busan Horror House single admission plus Skytropolis Preview Pass combo package is available at RM128, and guests looking at skip the queue can opt for an additional Express Pass at RM30.

For more information, visit  www.rwgenting.com or call +603 2718 1118. For AirAsia BIG members, please visit  http://www.airasia.com to purchase tickets.

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