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Wet World Batu Pahat Village Resort, Batu Pahat

Wet World is one of the subsidiary companies under Only World Group. In 1973, Only World Group was established with the purpose of creating and designing fun centers for the family and roller skating rinks throughout Malaysia. It then designed and built the country’s first large scale amusement- Taman Subang Ria Park in 1980. As the years progressed, Only World Group has taken significant roles in huge projects such as Resorts World Genting, Universal Studios Singapore, Wet World Waterparks, Sunway Lagoon Resort, Mines Wonderland and Desa WaterPark. The Group involved in designing, building and managing Wet World Shah Alam, Wet World Air Panas Pedas Resort and Wet World Batu Pahat Village Resort. It has also received accolades in the Malaysia Book of Records for the “Longest Water Propelled Coaster” for Wet World WaterPark Shah Alam (2001). 
The price ticket is charged at RM28.00 (adult) and children between 85cm, - 135cm is RM18.00. If you are a MyKad or MyKid holder, you will enjoy RM10/pax discount. This is the kiddy pool section where you can leave your kids to play by themselves here. The water is very swallow which is about 10cm depth only.
This is the wave pool but kids are welcome too with adult supervision of course. There is a lifeguard which will keep watch from kids going to the deeper water which is more than 170cm depth. The wave only activates every one hour and last for 10 minutes. It was quite disappointing with the short wave.

This is the Batu Pahat tower which is the most exciting one of all. The next to it is a mini waterfall which is not open. I wonder if it is spoiled.

It is quite an adrenaline rush to ride all the way down from the top. This is my most favourite part of all.

This is the big splash which is not really fun at all because some clothing doesn't help you to slide at all and it is not smooth, there are some cement is really rough which you might scratch yourself during the process.
Lazy river is everyone's favourite where you get to relax on top of the rented tube and go pass all the pools in the water park.

The water is muddy and I am not sure how long they clean the pool once. It is quite disgusting to even looking at it. Next, the pool really need to be refurbished once again. It is old and unattractive. If the price is less than RM10/pax, it would be acceptable.

However, the kids is not really that complaining like the adults. They just enjoyed themselves as long as there is water. 

There are other sections which is not posted here is the Swan Boat, Fishing Pond, Spa Pool and Dino Land. At night after 6.00pm, you can witness yourself with their amazing Glow Park. A display of million lights in unique installations. The ticket is charged separately at RM8/pax.
Wet World Batu Pahat Village Resort: 10.00am - 6.00pm (closed on Wednesday except school holidays and public holidays)

Wet World Glow Park: 6.00pm - 11.00pm (Sunday - Thursday), 6.00pm - 12.00am (Friday, Saturday and School Holidays)

Recommended?: No
Freakout Level: 1/5

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