Experience the Magic of Nature Illuminated – Luminous Forest at Lost World of Tambun

Lost World Of Tambun (LWOT) has launched one of its attraction earlier this year, the ‘Luminous Forest’ – an enchanting landmark transformed into an extraordinary luminous landscape where trees come to life and creatures of the night come out to play in the soft glow of the night, evoking a childlike sense of joy and wonder in those who explore it. 

Eshno at Lights of Aiyana

Marvel at the intricate details of the mythical gardens and spellbinding woodlands at Luminous Forest set amidst nature. Begin the mystifying journey into Luminous Forest by stepping onto the Bridge of Luminosa that floats on the Swan Lake, which transports one from the normal realm into the magical forest. 

Malayana Warriors at the Luminous Forest Entrance

Mother Sophea, a 400-year old willow-like tree


Guests will discover Mother Sophea, a 400-year old willow-like tree that has a magical connection with all living creatures. The Malayana tribe believes that the tree spreads magical seeds to illuminate the forest and maintain a balance among the living creatures, while the Laka Falls carry a luminous substance that the Makalani uses to produce remarkable healing elixirs.

Luminous Rock

Shadowfang, a 16-feet long centipede that protects the forest with its vigilant eyes

Be captivated by the phenomenal sight of the many magical live-in creatures with one of them being Shadowfang, a 16-feet long centipede that protects the forest with its vigilant eyes. At the Garden of Light, one will find flowers in peculiar shapes and sizes that glimmer in the dark, pollen drifting in the air like pixie dust, exotic species of insects and animals lurking in the bioluminescent forest. Take a stroll further in this celestial land to see the Malayana Throne, where the Chief Kukuntalu resides and rules the land in a just and fair manner.

Flowers of peculiar shapes and sizes that glimmer in the dark at Garden of Light

Toadstool Field houses glowing mushrooms with healing abilities to nurse the sick and wounded back to health

At the Wapi Springs, legend says that those who throw a stone in it will have their wishes come true. Not to forget the transcending tranquility of the Toadstool Field where the Malayana tribe believes that the glowing mushrooms has healing abilities to nurse the sick and wounded back to health.

Makalani at the Bridge of Luminosa

Malayana Throne with Kukuntalu

Malayana Throne

Nurul Nuzairi Mohd Azahari, General Manager of Lost World Of Tambun said, “Luminous Forest was created to spark our guests’ imagination of what lies within this undiscovered otherworldly realm, drifting them into a whimsical excursion through a luminous journey in Lost World Of Tambun’s natural terrains. It will reveal pockets of illuminated magic, unusual species and other incredible sights. Expect an unforgettable and enthralling cruise into Luminous Forest as the night unfolds in astonishing ways.” 

Lights of Aiyana

Luminous Forest is the newest addition at Lost World Of Tambun’s Ultimate Night Park Experience, adding to the existing the Lost World Hot Springs & Spa By Night and Lost World Petting Zoo By Night attractions.

The Malayana Family

For more details on Lost World Of Tambun, call +605 542 8888 and you can purchase the Lost World Hot Springs & Night Park ticket here if you are interested to check out the Luminous Forest as well as other attractions.


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8 comments :

  1. How do you go there? Do you drive? Next time you wanna go, let me know - I'd love to tag along. Sure looks like an interesting fun place.

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    1. There's bus services to Lost World of Tambun from Ipoh KTM station. Alternatively, you can drive all the way there!

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  2. Haven't been there. Heard so much about it from other bloggers.

    Very enchanting at night with all those lights.

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  3. Gosh, just look at the colour illumination! Simply beautiful! xoxo

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    1. Yes, it is beautiful... very Avatar-ish!

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  4. I heard so much about this place but have yet to really step in there yet

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    1. Next month school holiday right? Time to bring the whole family there! YAY

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