The price is S$70 per night from 4 Aug to 5 AugS$70
4 Aug - 5 Aug
3.5/5 Good! (802 reviews)
"With rm700 spent on food, can sing K at their halal steamboat restaurant (need to book). No free parking, carpark is capped at rm12/parking. Location is near premium outlet (worth going) and strawberry leisure farm. If you are driving, ensure ur break pad is doing fine and you have enough petrol ..."
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Genting Highlands has a variety of cheap accommodation options and things to do, making it a great choice for a budget-friendly getaway. In addition to its well-known attractions such as Genting Highlands Theme Park, this destination is home to Genting Strawberry Leisure Farm, which you can enjoy while spending very little.
Weather will likely play an important role when you plan your trip to Genting Highlands, but bear in mind that cheaper options are usually available when the weather isn't as good. The hottest months are usually March and February, with an average temperature of 28°C, while the coldest months are January and February, with an average of 27°C. The rainiest months in Genting Highlands are April, November, October and December, with each month seeing an average of 260 mm of rainfall.
Genting Highlands attracts visitors with its major shopping area and fantastic dining options, and offers plenty to see and do without spending a fortune. You can budget for the top local attractions that interest you most, such as Genting Highlands Theme Park and Chiling Waterfalls, and then look for sights and activities that cost little or nothing at all. Explore and snap photos of landmarks like Batu Caves, or hunt for bargains with some shopping at Genting Highlands Premium Outlets and SkyAvenue.
Scoping out the transportation options in Genting Highlands is a smart way to keep your trip affordable. The closest airport is 26 mi (41.8 km) from the centre in Subang (SZB-Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah). Genting Highlands might not have many public transport choices so renting a car could be a reasonable alternative to explore more of the area.
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"With rm700 spent on food, can sing K at their halal steamboat restaurant (need to book).
No free parking, carpark is capped at rm12/parking.
Location is near premium outlet (worth going) and strawberry leisure farm. If you are driving, ensure ur break pad is doing fine and you have enough petrol for the trip. "
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