Bangkok, 21 February 2019 – “TRIBHUM: The Mystical Three Worlds” is Phuket’s newest tourist attraction, a 3D walkthrough adventure theme park in which visitors are transported into a mystical realm of Siamese legend and fantasy.
Located in front of the Floresta Zone of Central Phuket in Phuket Town, “TRIBHUM: The Mystical Three Worlds” combines this legend and fantasy with creative storytelling and superb interactive technology.
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In ‘The Magic Forest World’, visitors can encounter the Makaleetrees and be lured by their enchanted dance, make their way through the ‘Vanekampoo Monkey’ zone inhabited by half-monkey half-oyster animals, speak to the Talking Tree and have their voice changed into that of Tribhum plants, survive poisonous flowers in the Blood Flower Cave, be transformed into a Tribhum creature, catch a glimpse of a Kinnaree and break the spell of the icy Wild Illusion.
Spectacular thrills await in ‘The Silver Mountain World’ on the 4-storey high Silver Glider ride that reaches a speed of over 45 kilometres per hour and on the Crystal Path glass skywalk that’s 60 metres long and over 20 metres high. In the Garuda Dome visitors will find themselves in the middle of a virtual world battle for the elixir of immortality and in the Demon Maze, on the run from thirsty demons.
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In ‘The Underwater World’ visitors can cruise along a secret passage to encounter the mythical creature attendants of the Naga King, marvel at the mesmerizing sight of thousands of real-life fireflies in The Thousand-Firefly Tunnel and experience the thrill of flying in the ultimate 4D animation flying theatre!
“TRIBHUM: The Mystical Three Worlds” is open daily (except Wednesday) from 11.00 – 20.00 Hrs. Admission is 1,500 Baht for adults and 750 Baht for children (height 90 – 120 cm) and seniors 60 years and above. Children under 90 cm height and disabled (disabled ID card required) are free.
“TRIBHUM: The Mystical Three Worlds” also features restaurants, a souvenir shop and concierge.
Source: Tourism Authority of Thailand