Layovers are one of the pains of travelling. Other times, there would be unforeseen events such as flight delays and you might only find out your fate hours before your actual flight.

For those who are caught in these situations, there’s actually more to do than just window shopping or getting a quick nap—at least at the KLIA2 Airport.

World Game Museum is a new project under GCM Universe and it claims to the perfect entertainment outlet for long layovers at the KLIA2 airport.

The place is equipped with classic Atari game consoles, board games, card games, virtual reality games and more. It’s essentially an entertainment lounge where folks can chill while waiting for their flight

As for the rates, it depends on the type of game that you would like to try out. The current price list per pax is:

  • RM30 for VR – HTC Vibe (20 minutes usage)
  • RM25 for PSVR – Playstation (20 minutes usage)
  • RM20 for PS4 (20 minutes usage)
  • RM20 for Board games (2 hours usage)
  • RM10 for Retro games (20 minutes usage)

Special Package

  • RM60 for 1 hours all-you-can-play
  • RM100 for 2 hours all-you-can-play

Since its opening, travellers have voiced out their gratitude on World Game Museum’s Facebook page and it’s currently at an impressive 4.9 star rating.

“They had so many cool games that I haven’t seen for years. The owner was also a really cool guy but make sure you pay attention to the time because you might miss your flight in your blast to the past!”, one traveler mentioned.

Another noted how the space evoked a sense of nostalgia as there are classic card games like Old Maid, Donkey, Snap and Happy Family. At the same time, there are also more current board games like Settlers of Catan and Ticket to Ride.

Besides games, you can even purchase merch items such as batik-print pillows and t-shirts.

The next time you’re stuck in a layover or a flight delay, World Game Museum is one place worth crashing to kill some time.

World Game Museum @ KLIA2 Airport

Hours: 24/7

Address: KLIA2 Airport

Website: World Game Museum

Tel: 010 3889441

All Image Credit: World Game Museum Facebook page

 
 
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