Sunday, March 13, 2011

Borneo Tropical Rainforest Resort’s water park fully operational

MIRI: Borneo Tropical Rainforest Resort (BTRR)’s water park is now fully operational.

The open water park set amid the lush rainforest, which is one of its kind in Malaysia, consists of two swimming pools – one adult’s pool and a children’s pool – that are equipped with inline tube and body waterslides running through the forested area with ten other recreational structures.

Being its latest attraction for visitors to indulge in, the resort has also added a giant waterslide, where one can cascade down from a height of about 25 feet and have a big splash onto the pool.

Occupying an area of about two acres, the whole water park took about three months to complete.

“The public can now enjoy not only the nature but have fun for themselves and their children,” said the resort’s managing director Henry Law Ing Hua.

Speaking to reporters, he said before the water park was built, he received suggestions from visitors to build a pool that would entice and bring fun to their children.

Law added that since the resort first opened its doors to the public in June 2007, numerous improvements had been added and the latest were the new swimming pools and water park.

BTRR is an agro and nature resort nestled in the natural setting of the pristine and lush tropical rainforest adjacent to Lambir Hills National Park. It is located about 36km from Miri City, along Miri-Bintulu Road, about forty-minute drive away.

The resort offers an exciting and comprehensive range of facilities.

These include chalet and hotel accommodation, cafe and restaurant, meeting and conference rooms combining relaxation with a wide range of sports activities, sightseeing, educational and recreational activities of nature walk, rainforest trekking, night safari, pony ride and boat ride.

Set in tranquil and serene surroundings with lush greenery, BTRR is truly a tropical paradise amidst the tropical forest, a perfect retreat for relaxation and revitalisation of the body, mind and spirit, and a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.

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