Outdoor Enthusiasts Can Now ESCAPE To A Brand New ‘Base Camp’ In Penang

Visitors to ESCAPE Penang can experience a deeper connection with the great outdoors with the addition of ESCAPE Penang’s Base Camp — a two-acre camping site, complete with modern amenities for an enjoyable stay. (Left: Image by @escapemy.)

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Fun-filled activities for children and teenagers alike may be found at theme parks around the world. And if you’re travelling across Asia, Malaysia has a plethora of theme parks to visit! And now, ESCAPE Penang theme park visitors will be able to enjoy an entirely new experience.

Introducing ESCAPE Penang’s Base Camp — a two-acre camping site with modern amenities for an enjoyable stay. Visitors can now experience a deeper connection with the natural outdoors!

Camping at ESCAPE Penang’s Base Camp is a unique “call to the wild,” with campers immersed in thick greenery in a tropical island setting without compromising the amenities of toilet and shower facilities, a BBQ pit, and Wi-Fi connection. For the most rugged camping experience, visitors are required to bring their own food, towels, bedding, pillows, and tent. However, tents are also available for rent at a nominal fee of just RM20 each.

ESCAPE Penang, which opened in 2009, features thrilling rides and activities set in a natural setting. Among the many outdoor attractions that have drawn tourists from around the world over, the park’s 1,111-metre long tube slide, which holds the Guinness World Record for the longest tube slide is a hot sell. Overall, the rides and games are created for a wide range of age groups, skills, and energy levels.

ESCAPE Penang is offering a 2-Day Pass, which provides entrance to the theme park and Base Camp for only RM225, to make the possibility of visiting this top-notch activity even more tempting and thrilling. ESCAPE Penang is offering an additional 30% off to those who purchase their tickets in advance via ESCAPE Penang’s web page.

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