Sanrio Hello Kitty Town

The first SANRIO HELLO KITTY TOWN attraction outside of Japan consists of various interactive and walk-through activities, which follow the popular Hello Kitty theme. One of the highlights include Black Wonder, an interactive activity for both children and adults to save Hello Kitty and Dear Daniel, who has been kidnapped by Kuromi! The attraction uses technology such as sensors and computers to enhance the experience as well as devices to interact with during the mission.

At the Wishful Studio, visitors can look forward to various activities from creating their very own Hello Kitty themed souvenirs to getting their nails done and dressing up as their favourite character for a memorable photo moment.

Families and young children can experience the charm of Friendship Land with its playground, enjoy a tea cup ride, watch Hello Kitty and Friends perform in a live show at the Purrfect Stage and have photo opportunities at Dream Photo Garden. Children can also celebrate their birthday in the Apple or Strawberry themed party rooms with Hello Kitty!

Another iconic highlight is Kitty’s House, a highly themed and partly guided experience with a facilitator who will brief visitors on tasks to be completed at the six sections of the house: Living Room, Kitchen, Bathroom, Kitty’s Room, Secret Closet, and Mimmy’s Room.

There are also a host of delectable Hello Kitty themed drinks and pastries from the Red Bow Café and Cinnamoroll Café to refuel in between enjoying the activities!

List of activities available:

  • Black Wonder – Hello Kitty and Dear Daniel have been kidnapped by Kuromi, help save them!
  • Dream Photo Garden- Pose with Hello Kitty and Friends for a memorable photo souvenir.
  • Purrfect Stage – Watch Hello Kitty and Friends put on a special performance just for you.
  • Kitty’s House- Take a tour and complete simple tasks at Hello Kitty’s house that she shares with her sister Mimmy.
  • Tea Cup Rides – Take a spin on the iconic tea cup ride with your family.
  • Wishful Studio – Create your own Hello Kitty themed souvenirs to bring home!
  • Food & Beverage – Refuel in style with Hello Kitty themed food and drinks at the Red Bow Café on the ground floor and Cinnamoroll Café on level 1.

Fun & Fantasy

Theme parks and waterparks in Malaysia promise hours of fun for everyone in the family. From the mountain top to the bottom of a former mining pool several floors below ground level, each theme park offers its own special attractions that make a theme park visit a fantastic and memorable experience. Since the theme parks are located in different parts of Malaysia, a visit to the theme park is an excellent opportunity to see the natural beauty of the country and the many tourist attractions nearby.


Johor derived its name from Jauhar, an Arabic word that means precious stones. The southern gateway to Malaysia, Johor is linked to Singapore via the Causeway and encompasses an area of 18,986 sq km. It is also where the southernmost tip of Asia, Tanjung Piai, is located.

The state has long enthralled visitors with its diverse range of attractions. Ancient rainforests, pristine islands, world-renowned golf courses and shopping establishments – with so many to choose from, you will de!nitely be spoilt for choice. The state capital, Johor Bahru, is famous for its historical buildings and impressive architecture.

Let Johor be your gateway to a world of fascination and adventure!

Places of Interest:

  • Endau Rompin National Park – the 92,000-hectare Endau-Rompin national park straddles across two states, on the south of pahang and north of Johor, taking up about 48,905ha of land. Rich in flora and fauna, this lowland dipterocarp forest shelters wildlife such as the endangered Sumatran Rhinoceros, elephants, tapirs, tigers, wild boars, deer, monkeys, gibbons, sun bears, civets and binturong as well as the rare fan-palm (livistona endauensis). there are some 26km of jungle trails within the park, the most popular being the gruelling 16km trail from kuala Jasin to Batu Hampar and Buaya Sangkut.
  • Pasir Gudang Kite Museum – the first of its kind in malaysia, the museum is dedicated to the traditional malay kite known as the wau. Here, you can view a collection of more than 200 traditional and modern kites in various colours and designs. pasir Gudang is the venue for the grand, annual World kite festival.
  • Sibu Island
  • Gunung Ledang
  • Danga Bay
  • Sungai Lebam Fireflies
  • Desaru
  • Desaru Fruit Farm
  • Nasuha Herbs and Spices Paradise
  • Puteri Harbour
  • Tanjung Piai National Park
  • Kukup Island National Park