Looking for some educational fun in Genting? Well, let yourselves or your children loose in Behind The Scene Tour.
Pre-booking for Behind The Scene Tour is recommended by email to [email protected] (3 days before the tour date) or call 03-61011118 ext.55678
For walk-in guest, please sign up at First World Indoor Theme Park Wristband Tagging Counter or registration counter at Vision City Video Games Park before proceeding with payment.
The tour is limited to maximum 30 pax per day. In the event that bookings do not reach the minimum number of participants of at least 10 persons, the tour will be cancelled and full refund will be made.
The tour is an interactive tour aimed to show the public the day to day daily operations in Genting, especially the laundry department and what’s going on behind the scene while stars performed on the stage.
Itinerary was as follows:
1. A visit to First World Hotel Laundry
2. See, Do& Eat Workshop
3. Behind the scene at Genting International Showroom
First stop: A visit to First World Hotel Laundry
A-Z process of laundry in First World Hotel are shown during the tour, and that’s from the collection of dirty linens to washing, drying up, pressing and distributing it back to hotel rooms for your usage. Tricks on how you can fold your clothes neatly was also shown and I suppose I’ll be putting the skills learned to good use.
Next stop: See, Do& Eat Interactive Workshop
Next on our iterinery was the ‘See, Do & Eat Interactive Workshop’, where we were given an opportunity to have a hands on bento making and doughnut decorating session. I opt for bento making where we made our very own bento lunch.
Bento ingredients. You may use whatever ingredients that you want to make your own bento lunch box, but I opt to make a sushi set instead while my wife goes all cute and made a rabbit themed bento set.
My sushi set
Our son on the other hand, have sweet tooth and prefers to decorate doughnut instead.
Doughnut that our son, AlienGoTravel made. Naturally, we barely have a minute to take this photo before he starts eating the doughnut.
Our last stop: Genting International Showroom.
The stage, being prepped for shows and concerts.
We were shown how sounds and lights were engineered.
Amazing lights and sound being choreograph.
The Behind The Scene Tour is definitely worth to sign up for. It is not only educational and fun. The visit is made possible by Resort World Genting.