We’re officially 3 days away from the new year and for those who are looking for a cool way to end the year with a bang, there’s the upcoming Glowtopia Festival.

Scheduled for December 31st, the festival at Sunway Lagoon is a neon experience where everything will be a mix of pitch darkness and bright neon lights.

The party begins at 7pm (registration begins at 6pm) and ends in 2019.

Here’s what you can expect:

  • The epic Blacklight Slide, which is the largest inflatable glow-in-the-dark water slide in all of Asia
  • The Glow Battle Zone
  • Neon activities and mini games
  • DJ performances
  • Food trucks

Glowtopia Festival is a white t-shirt festival and you may purchase your outfit online when you’re getting your entry tickets. Alternatively, you may also wear other bright colored clothing in order to stand out.

Open to those aged 7 and above, this event is set to be the most lit party in town.

The main attraction of the event is definitely the inflatable slide that you can opt to slide down as many times as you wish! Tube rental is priced at RM5 and is mandatory in order to be able to slide down the Blacklight slide.

There’s also a private neon island where you can chill at while counting down the final moments of 2018 with new friends. In order to enter, all you need to do is to wave your wrist tag.

Tickets for the neon festival are priced at RM99 per person. Those in groups of 4 can opt for the group package at RM380.

Glowtopia Festival

When: December 31st, 7pm onwards

Where:  Surf Beach, Sunway Lagoon @ Bandar Sunway

All Image Credit: Glowtopia’s Facebook page

 
 
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