GENTING, 31 October – The Train To Busan Horror House experience at Resorts World Genting opens its doors to fans of the movie and fans of scare experiences in Malaysia and the region. The first-of-its-kind in the world, the Horror House launches on 31 October 2019, is brought to you by Resorts World Genting and AirAsia as co-presenter.
“This isn’t the first Halloween spectacular that we’ve created at Resorts World Genting, but I believe it is certainly the best. As the leader of entertainment experiences in Malaysia and the region, we have always tried to push the boundaries of what we can offer our customers. Which is why we have chosen Train To Busan to bring the blockbuster movie to life.”
Roger Ong, Assistant Vice President of Entertainment and Events for Resorts World Genting
The Train to Busan Horror House experience is broken up into several parts, each with a unique offering inspired by the movie. When visitors first set foot into the experience, they will be teleported to a busy, neon-lit street in Seoul, where some of the best Korean street food will be available. After buying a train ticket, they will then enter into a ravaged train station, centered on a wrecked train that crashes through the second level of the station, pining innocent passengers and hungry zombies under the rubble. The visitors will then get to walk through two Horror Houses. The first is made up of retail shops in the ruined Daejeong Train Station, and the second is in the abandoned train itself. But beware, there are more and you won’t be alone!
After the Horror Houses, visitors can then move to the Base Camp area to engage in action-packed activities either as a survivor or zombie. Every different zone offers a different level of fun and scares, and each one will be fantastic in its own way.
The Train To Busan Horror House experience will be accepting passengers from 31 October 2019 to 1 January 2020, running from 12 noon to 10pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 1 November to 1 December 2019, and daily from 2 December 2019 to 1 January 2020. The Streets of Seoul runs from 10am to 10pm over the same time period.