Subang is known for its cafés, colleges, streetwear stores and right now, an indoor amusement park too.

G Combo is the first indoor amusement park in Malaysia, with 3 floors of gaming goodness.

They have racing stimulators and virtual reality simulators connected to PS4s with games like FIFA 18, Tekken 7, Until Dawn: Rush Of Blood (for VR), Project Cars (for the racing stimulator) and more!

They even have 80s Capcom games like Street Fighter, complete with the stick controllers!

Not really a fan of gaming? Opt for a game of foosball, pool, air hockey or darts instead!

The third and uppermost floor of G Combo even houses a huge snookball “field” and a ping pong table.

If you’re feeling a little hungry, you can order up some food, snacks and drinks from their menu.

Prices start from RM8.80/hour for guys and RM6.80/hour for girls! You’ll have access to the whole area and you’ll only pay after you’re finished.

Guests will receive a card that has a tap in, tap out system so the staff knows exactly when one enters and leaves.

G Combo

Hours: Monday-Sunday: 11.30pm-2am

Address: 23-1 Jalan SS15/8A

Website: G Combo

Tel: 03-5613 6346

All Image Credit: G Combo

 
 
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