First World Plaza
It consists of shops, restaurants, an exciting anf family indoor theme park, a cineplex, a Starworld casino, Bowling center, Genting International Convention Center, Haunted Adventure and a Ripley's Believe It or Not! museum. Entertainment-related performances such as dances, acrobatic shows and magical shows are held in an area called Times Square.
The Watersplash pool (a warm indoor swimming pool made for mostly young children), and many other restaurants were closed to facilitate the construction of the Twentieth Century Fox World. A Casino was also built on the location of the previous "The Pavilion" which was a concert venue for entertainment-related performances.
In January 2013, Singapore-based retailer Tangs opened its fourth outlet in Malaysia, on the second floor of First World Plaza.
The Genting Outdoor Theme Park has been closed since 1 September 2013 to make way for the world’s first Twentieth Century Fox World, might be completed by 2016. Other rides and attractions except for some located in First World Indoor Theme Park, SnowWorld, Sky Venture, Genting Bowl, Vision City and Funtasy World Video Game Parks are opened as usual.
Currently, some of the rides in the First World Indoor Theme Park have been closed until further notice to facilitate the construction of the Twentieth Century Fox World. These rides have been stylised in bold and in italics.
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- "Malaysia Prime Minister launches RM5 Billion Genting Integrated Tourism Plan and Twentieth Century Fox World". Retrieved 12 October 2014.