OMG, Snoopy fans take note!
You can now catch your favourite beagle right in Resorts World Genting from now until 1st January 2018. As the holiday season is approaching, there’s no better time to pay Genting Highlands a visit and take some cool photos with these super cute Snoopy statues. Christmas is coming!
Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang were first created by Charles M. Schulz in 1950 but has remained a firm favourite among adults and children around the world thanks to the lovable beagle’s funny antics.
The event, known as Tour the World with Snoopy, will feature 52 adorable Snoopy statues dressed in different costumes from various countries and cultures. These statues will be placed all around SkyAvenue and First World Rainforest so make sure you take your time to explore. Sounds like a really fun “treasure” hunt!
Spot these cute Snoopy statues around here:
That’s not all, starting November 15, there will also be a larger-than-life inflatable Snoopy standing at six metres tall at Level 1 of SkyAvenue – that should be quite unmissable! To make the atmosphere even more festive, there will be a daily parade featuring Snoopy and his Peanuts gang from November 25 onwards. We heard that Santa Claus will make an appearance too!
Excited visitors even have the chance to meet and greet these lovable characters as they make their way through the resort spreading festive joy. Here’s the schedule:
Plus, if you want to take home a bit of Snoopy memorabilia, you can too! For Genting Rewards members, you can redeem a limited edition Snoopy lanyard with your existing Genting points. Otherwise, your best bet is to go on a shopping spree because if you spend above RM400 at SkyAvenue, you can receive a complimentary Snoopy notebook while those who spend above RM600 will receive a free Snoopy tote bag!
Go and celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with these adorable Snoopy figurines! Otherwise, you can read our list below for other things to do in Genting Highlands!
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