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Pengalaman Dikejar Zombie di Rumah Seram TRAIN TO BUSAN Genting

AMARAN: Sebaik sahaja anda masuk ke TRAIN TO BUSAN, tidak ada jalan untuk kembali berpatah balik!

Taman Tema Genting Highlands merupakan taman tema yang terbesar di Malaysia dan menjadi destinasi pilihan ramai orang kerana di sini menawarkan pelbagai permainannya yang menarik sesuai dengan anda seisi keluarga. Kini, satu lagi lokasi yang menjadi kewajipan untuk anda kunjungi. Khususnya kepada anda yang menguji tahap ketakutan anda!

Rasanya semua orang tahu, Train to Busan merupakan sebuah filem Korea bertaraf boxoffice yang cukup terkenal kerana konsep hantu zombie dengan jalan ceritaya yang penuh kelainan dan penuh dengan mesej seperti kasih sayang. Malah, filem ini bukan sahaja terkenal di pasaran antarabangsa, malah juga di Malaysia.

Berasaskan blokbuster Korea Selatan pada tahun 2016 dengan nama yang sama, Resorts World Genting akhirnya melancarkan pengambilalihan unik mereka sendiri di garisan keretapi ikonik yang mempunyai gabungan unik pengalaman menakutkan yang masih lagi menghiburkan dengan visual yang menarik dan menarik yang akan mengujakan deria adrenalin anda!

Rumah Seram Train To Busan, Resorts World Genting

Bagi anda yang telah menonton filem tersebut, pasti anda ingat akan zombi-zombi yang bertindak secara agresif bukan? Bagaimana jika kami katakan terdapat sebuah rumah hantu yang berinspirasikan daripada filem tersebut?

Anda tidak syak lagi dipelawa untuk melihat sendiri hantu zombie ini kerana Resorts World Genting telah memperkenalkan rumah hantu berkonsepkan Train to Busan yang hanya akan dibuka untuk tempoh 2 bulan sahaja bermula sekarang sehingga 1 Januari 2020.

Untuk pengetahuan anda, kami telah merasai sendiri pengalaman memasuki rumah hantu Train to Busan ini. Kami merasakan gabungan efek, konsep yang disampaikan dan prop yang digunakan sangat bersesuaian dengan temanya membuatkan pengunjung berasa seram, gelisah, dan menakutkan.

Untuk info pembaca, terdapat 3 lokasi tarikan dalam rumah seram ini iaitu Lost in Daejeon, Train to Escape dan Survivor Camp. Budiey dah cuba masuk ketiga-tiganya. Memang best!

Rumah Seram Train To Busan, Resorts World Genting

Rumah seram dibahagikan kepada tiga peringkat; Melatih untuk melarikan diri, hilang di Daejeon serta Kem Survivor. Bersiaplah untuk menjerit hati anda ketika anda meneruskan misi untuk melarikan diri dari zombie untuk mencapai tujuan akhir – Busan.

Dalam kes ini, anda perlu menyelesaikan semua tugas dan cabaran semasa anda membuat perjalanan ke Kem Survivor, di mana pertempuran akhir terhadap kawanan zombi mengungkap dalam bentuk 360 realiti permainan maya.

Budiey dah cuba rumah seram yang dipanggil Train to Escape. Memang seram terasa sampai korang akan rasa mengigau semasa tidur waktu malam. Dalam rumah ni, apa yang penting korang perlu berlari dan menyelamatkan diri daripada zombi yang berkeliaran yang sentiasa membuat kejutan.

Rumah Seram Train To Busan, Resorts World Genting

Tidak hanya itu, penambahan Jalan Runcit Seoul di bahagian luar kedai memang merupakan bayaran terbaik untuk dilepaskan selepas tindakan adrenalin itu kembali ke rumah seram. Gerai gaya jalanan membawa hidangan masakan asli Korea yang tulen daripada makanan berat seperti Dakggalbi (ayam goreng) yang disajikan dengan nasi goreng mereka sendiri yang menyeramkan seperti Tteokbokki (kek beras goreng).

Kita tidak boleh mengatakan tidak kepada makanan, bukan? So, korang kena cuba menjamu selera sebelum masuk ke Train To Busan ni.

Lokasi: Tingkat 1, Skytropolis Indoor Theme Park (Di sebelah VOID)

Seoul Retail Street dibuka setiap hari dari pukul 10 pagi hingga 10 malam, manakala pintu masuk Horror House bermula pukul 12 malam hingga 10 malam

Menarik, bukan? Jika anda berminat untuk mencubanya, anda boleh membeli tiket secara eksklusif di AirAsia dengan harga RM80 sahaja untuk satu tiket dan anda boleh dapatkan diskaun sebanyak 10% jika menggunakan referal kod BIGTB10 ketika check-out.

Malah, anda juga boleh beli tiket dengan hanya walk-in di sana dan jika anda berminat membeli pakej kombo Train to Busan Horror House + Skytropolis Preview Pass, harganya hanyalah RM128 seorang.

Train To Busan

Harga tiket: RM90 untuk kemasukan secara tetap (RM80 untuk ahli Kelab Genting Rewards) – ini termasuk Rumah Seram dan permainan VR 360 darjah. Di samping itu, satu keretapi ke kemasukan tunggal ke rumah Busan Horror ditambah pakej combo Skytropolis Preview Pass boleh didapati di RM128.

Untuk maklumat lanjut, layari laman web Resorts World Genting di www.rwgenting.com atau hubungi +603 2718 1118.

The Train To Busan Horror House Experiences arrive at Resorts World Genting 

This hyper reality homage to the blockbuster film is the first of its kind in the world

All aboard! The 9pm, 30 October 2019 Train To Busan from Resorts World Genting is about to depart. Stopping 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. Have a pleasant trip. It is a journey that you’ll never forget. We promise. 

Today, special for the media, the Train To Busan Horror House experience opens its doors. Nearly 200 were at the event.  Lead by Roger Ong, Assistant Vice President of Entertainment & Events from Resorts World Genting together with Jzune Wong, Business Development Manager from AirAsia and Jed Mok, Chief Executive Officer of VividThree, together they gave a spectacular launch of the multimillion-ringgit production horror house.

“I hope that everyone will have a very good time,” says Ong. “We have spared no expense in recreating and replicating the world of the blockbuster film Train To Busan.  It is truly a unique set- up and we hope our guests will love the experience. This Horror House is part of our drive to continue innovating and consistently introducing new and unique experiences found nowhere else in the world but at Resorts World Genting. The Train to Busan railway office is now open. I have my ticket, and I hope you do too. Please come aboard and let Resorts World Genting take you on a thrilling ride.”

Ask the creator of the horror experience about the idea behind the horror house experience, this is what Mok has to say, “We asked ourselves: what we would do if we were one of those ordinary, everyday Koreans that somehow got caught up in a zombie apocalypse? What would have happened if we made a different choice in those scenarios, compared to what was done by the movie’s characters. It was really fun to brainstorm over what could be done and how we could expand the universe. But it was also a huge challenge, as working with a successful IP like Train to Busan is a daunting task, not least because there are so many fans around the world that love the movie. I believe we have done a great job and come experience it yourself!” 

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. With a global box office gross exceeding US$93 million, Train To Busan is one of the highest-grossing Korean films ever. In Malaysia, it has grossed over RM21 million and still ranks as the top Korean film of all time in the market. So, 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.’

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. Following the plot of the movie – where the father and daughter meet in Seoul for a trip to Busan – 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. 

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. These include strapping on body armour and wielding guns to defend the quarantine areas from invading zombies – just like the finale of the movie – or fighting against time to develop a cure from the ravaging virus. 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 airasia.com to purchase tickets.


Written by Budiey

Penggemar filem seram yang obses dengan gajet & teknologi terkini dan masih tegar menjadi pengendali portal hiburan & gaya hidup sejak tahun 2007. Kini aktif menjadi Youtuber & Podcaster yang menemubual selebriti dalam BORAK SINI HABIS SINI dan menerbitkan program BULETIN VIRAL di Budiey Channel.

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