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Triotech opens three attractions at Resorts World Genting's Skytropolis indoor theme park

Triotech has installed three new attractions at Resorts World Genting's Skytropolis indoor theme park in Malaysia.

Forming part of the Resorts World Genting complex - a major entertainment destination in the Genting Highlands, north of Kuala Lumpur, that consists of several hotels and convention centres, as well as shopping malls and two theme parks - Skytropolis spans 400,000 sq ft (37,161 sq m) and offers 22 rides, as well as a range of attractions including skilled games and virtual reality (VR) centres.

Located in the Sky VR area of the park, the attractions include a 32-seat Triotech XD Dark Ride Interactive Theatre, the largest in Southeast Asia, and two VR experiences; the VR Maze and the Typhoon simulator. The attractions offer a range of different media content, meaning that guests can have a different experience everytime they visit.

Ernest Yale, founder and CEO of Triotech, said: "Southeast Asia and particularly Malaysia is a strong growing region and we are happy to being Triotech attractions to Resorts World Genting's unique and innovative project."

"Triotech develops integrated media-based attractions, which allows us to offer turnkey solutions and renewable content. This results in fun and immersive guest experiences and a strong ROI for operators," Yale added.

Edward Holloway, executive VP of Leisure and Hospitality at Resorts World Genting, said: "When we were planning our Sky VR area, our mission was to offer world class, unforgettable experiences, and the latest technology there is in the market, for our guests. We, therefore chose Triotech and we are pleased to have three of their top experiences, with two of them being seen first in Malaysia at Sky VR."

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