Nickelodeon Attraction Opens in Malaysia


SELANGOR: Sunway Group and Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) have launched Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon, a Nickelodeon-themed attraction that is now part of Malaysia’s multi-park destination Sunway Lagoon.

Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon spans ten acres of tropical rainforest and includes 14 immersive attractions, some of which are based on such Nickelodeon hits as SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Visitors can enjoy interactive play areas, which feature reactive technology and a daily signature slime event, as well as waterslide rides, retail shops, games, a wide variety of food establishments, meet-and-greets and more. Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon will be open every Monday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Yang Amat Berhormat Dato’ Seri Mohamed Azmin Bin Ali, chief minister of Selangor, remarked: “This park is a fantastic addition to Sunway Lagoon and one that will greatly boost the appeal of Selangor as a tourist destination. Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon perfectly complements Selangor’s existing array of attractions and will also be a boon to the nation’s growing tourism industry.”

Tan Sri Datuk Seri Razman M. Hashim, deputy chairman of Sunway Group, noted: “We are pleased to have worked with Viacom International Media Networks in bringing the first ever Nickelodeon-themed attraction to Malaysia. This is only made possible following the ongoing strong relationship developed between Sunway and VIMN over the years through our many other strategic collaborations.”

“Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon will enable kids and families in Malaysia and around Southeast Asia to connect with our brand and Nickelodeon’s iconic characters in a unique and meaningful way that will further deepen their relationship with Nickelodeon,” added Mark Whitehead, the executive VP and managing director of VIMN Asia. “Sunway Lagoon’s expertise has made them an ideal partner and we are delighted to make it Nickelodeon’s Asia debut as we further expand the Nickelodeon brand in the region.”