Les’ Copaque and Cyberview exploring the potential of an Upin & Ipin Theme Park in Cyberjaya

by | May 30, 2022 | Business, LOCAL | 0 comments

Cyberview Sdn Bhd (Cyberview), the Tech Hub Developer of Cyberjaya and Les’Copaque Production has announced that they have agreed to deepen discussion with the intention of exploring the development potential of an Upin & Ipin theme park attraction in Cyberjaya.

A Memorandum of Understanding is signed which will allow both parties to evaluate the development further. The interactive theme park, the first-of-its kind to be established in Cyberjaya will be designed based on the popular animated series.

A land area of about 30 acres in the South Zone of Cyberjaya has been identified as a possible location for the theme park.

The proposed development set against a uniquely traditional backdrop, will feature exclusive IPs from Les’Copaque, headlined by the studio’s award-winning animation icons, Upin & Ipin, along with other popular IPs such as Puteri and Pada Zaman Dahulu.

The park is set to offer both local fans and its huge international followings, immersive and experiential attractions through various interactive contents that are thematically designed, such as ‘Rumah Opah’ in an interactive studio, an Upin & Ipin interactive park, and an outdoor fun park.

Other key components include a Mystical Tunnel, Pada Zaman Dahulu Green House & an Outdoor Maze Garden, a 4D Interactive cinema and a Warong Muthu-themed food court.

The Managing Director Les’ Copaque Production, Burhanuddin Md Radzi said, Upin and Ipin theme park at Cyberjaya will be the pride for the people of Malaysia, since it is a locally produced brand and will be on the same par as other international theme parks.

“Upin and Ipin will not only attract Malaysians, but the whole South East Asia, more so the lifelong fans in Indonesia. This directly will help increase the tourism industry, manufacturing and job opportunities for Malaysians,” he said in a statement.

The Upin & Ipin theme park is targeted to be ready by 2024/2025 with about 2 million visits projected annually from local and international fans.