Dec
13
2017

Dinosaur Alive Water Theme Park @ KSL Hotel & Resort Johor Bahru

During our recent trip down South to Johor, we stayed at KSL Hotel & Resort. 

KSL Hotel & Resort Johor Bahru is the largest integrated resort in Johor. The hotel contains 868 rooms, suites and 20 function rooms. Besides located in the city center and near to Singapore-Johor Bahru causeway (5minutes), the hotel is also connected to a shopping mall.

The fact that it has an astonishing 868 rooms, the 4 elevators can be pretty crowded during peak season. We had to form a long queue just to get into one of these elevators as we were there on a long weekend hence the surge of hotel guests. 

Anyway, the highlight of our stay here is the Dinosaur Alive Water Theme Park on Level 7. 

Dinosaur Alive Water Theme Park
Level 7, KSL Hotel & Resort,
33, Jalan Seladang, Taman Abad,
80250 Johor Bahru,
Johor
Tel: 07-288 2999

Entrance to the theme park is complimentary for hotel room guests otherwise it is RM50 for adults and RM30 for children.

Two giant dinosaur heads serve as the entrance to this so-called theme park.

What they have here are several free forming pools with animatronic dinosaurs that move occasionally. 

The Brachiosaurus takes centrestage at this Dinosaur Alive Water Theme Park.

Standing tall at 85 foot, it also spits water at intermittent intervals. 

The hatching eggs is a good spot for photo opportunity. I mean, how often can we hatch out of a dinosaur egg? :lol:

If you are seeking for some thrills in this theme park, the water slide is it. 

Otherwise you can opt to rent this giant float at RM30 for 3 hours. 

Or maybe you can try shooting dinosaurs with the many water guns available. 

One of the pool has many water features in it as shown above.

There is a wide slide, water mist, pail water drops, slides and fountains. 

A giant trampoline is spotted at one corner of the water park. 

Dinosaurs Alive Water Theme Park operation hours:
Mondays to Fridays: 10am – 7pm
Weekends, Public Holidays and School Holidays: 9am – 7pm

Entrance fee:
RM50/adult
RM30/child
COMPLIMENTARY for hotel room guests

Now let’s take a look at our room.

The room is clean with a Queen-sized bed and a single bed. It has sufficient space for us to move around. 

TV in the room. 

Complimentary bottled water and tea and coffee making facilities.

The mini refrigerator. Please note that it comes empty. Those are our bottles of juices from the bus trip.

The washroom is sufficiently spaced too with big square mirror and toiletries. 

The room doesn’t have a long bath but it does have a rain shower head for a good shower. 

Overall, we had a good stay here at KSL Hotel & Resort. We enjoyed the water park as we get to use it for free since we are the hotel room guests. I won’t pay RM50 to enter if I am not a hotel room guest though. 

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    Looks like a fun time in the water theme park! OK, so it is only worth it to go to the water theme park if staying at the hotel since it is foc for hotel guests.

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    Merryn Reply:

    For me I would not want to pay RM50 just to enter the water park as it is more suitable for kids. If my family enters will be RM50 x 2 plus RM30 x 2 = RM160 just for that water park. There isn’t any rides to be called a theme park. Hence I am more willing to add a little more money to get a room there. At least we get to stay, enjoy their breakfast and get to enter the water park for free.

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    You should have had your photo taken in the egg! Then I can say – Eeeee…look!!! There’s an old dinosaur in the egg! :D

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    Merryn Reply:

    Huhuhu… why you so like that? LoL.

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    I love the photo of Ayden in the dinosaur’s egg. Haha.

    Nice water park. Never knew of it before. When think of Johor, one would thought of Hello Kitty and Premium outlet. Lol.

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    Merryn Reply:

    My boys did not enjoy Hello Kitty for a very obvious reason lah, coz they are boys. Haha.

    And I do not bother to go to Johor Premium Outlet as there is one nearer to my home, an hour drive away only – Genting Highland Premium Outlet :D

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