The Sim Leisure Group will construct Escape Cameron Highland, the hilltop’s first theme park across a twenty-four hectares valley at an elevation of 220 meters.
The theme park will be the largest Escape Park in Malaysia and the third after Escape Penang and Escape Challenge in Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
The theme park expects to open phase one in 2023. One of its unique attractions will be an artificial ski slope, where guests can ski without snow.
The investment for phase one is estimated to be around RM15 million. The entire project will comprise several stages and is expected to be completed within a decade.
Escape Cameron Highlands – Unlike Other Theme Parks
The Escape theme park will adopt a development strategy in multiple phases to continuously add novelty by introducing new attractions every year. The Park will continue to evolve into something bigger and better while retaining the flavor and ethos that the Escape brand is known.
Escape Cameron Highlands will feature the brand’s signature Gravityplay and Adventureplay games to new heights, capitalizing the site’s overall 220m height difference. The Park will be themed into five different European villages at varying elevations. The lowest level will be an Iberian village, followed by the British, Balkan, and Nordic villages, before finally reaching the Alpine village at the top. The themed villages will include accommodation and rental offerings, in addition to traditional European pastimes and activities.
With sustainability being the core principle, Escape Cameron Highlands will preserve the natural habitat, setting a sustainable theme park development trend. The attraction is built in collaboration with the site’s landowner, Hektar Muda Assets.
Escape Cameron Highlands will be a breath of fresh air, and the destination stands to offer something unique: reconnecting with nature. Malaysia plans to set itself apart from its regional neighbors by promoting clean, healthy, family-oriented tourism.