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This is the Las Vegas of Asia. It is the world’s largest hotel, with 7,351 rooms in two colorful towers. It is located in the Genting Highlands in the Titiwangsa Mountains near the lush tropical rainforest far from the city.

The entrance is a Spanish-style courtyard, and the site has a 50,000 square feet (4,645 square meters) plaza, massive malls, casinos, café, bars, and a jungle-themed lobby, so there is plenty to amuse you during your holiday from work.

There are many pools, from the slides and screams of the children’s Watersplash pool to the adult pool’s quiet hum.

Try the theme park with a colossal rollercoaster and Asia’s first free-fall simulator.

There is a golf course, tennis courts, a cinema, and a gym. Every week there are magic shows and music performances at the theatre or the central Times Square, where replicas of the Statue of Liberty and the Oscar statue reside.

Genting Highlands

Resorts and casinos attract crowds to visit the Genting Highlands, but crispy air and acres of pristine rainforest are its inherited peculiarities.

Genting Highlands mountain

Chinese businessman Lim Goh Tong established Genting Highlands on the peak of Mount Ulu Kali in 1965.

The primary tourist attraction became Resorts World Genting, a hill resort with casinos and theme parks.

As gambling is illegal in Malaysia in other parts of the country, this city has become a hotspot for casino lovers.

First World Hotel complex

First World Hotel Genting

Pictured below is the Resorts World Genting complex with the multi-colored towers of First World Hotel - Tower 1, Tower 2, and Tower 2A.

This single three-star hotel has 7,351 rooms, but the Resorts World Genting is home to six more hotels, including two 5-star hotels, the Genting Grand Hotel, and Crockfords.

So, the resort can accommodate travelers in up to 10,485 rooms, which is a staggering number for such a location on a mountaintop.

First World Hotel

The largest hotel in the world

First World Hotel is a 3-star hotel consisting of 3 towers and 7,351 rooms. It has held the Guinness World Records title since 2005 for the world's largest hotel by the number of rooms.

The second largest hotel is The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, with 7,093 Rooms, while the third is MGM Grand Las Vegas, with 6,852 rooms.

You can see the complete list of the biggest hotels here.

First World Hotel lounge

The Patio Ambiance

The Patio Ambiance

Genting Palace

Genting Palace restaurant serves high-quality Cantonese specialties. It's one of those dining places where you can order many small dishes to share between friends and family. You should definitely try their dim sum!

Elite Palace

The Elite Palace restaurant serves one of the most controversial and traditional dishes in Chinese gastronomy; shark fin soup.

Coffee Terrace

Coffee Terrace

Good Friends Restaurant

Good Friends Restaurant

Hou Mei

Hou Mei

The First World Hotel room

Deluxe Room

The First World Hotel's Deluxe Rooms are located in tower 2. With an average of 180 square feet (17 square meters) of room size, they offer ample space, and they come with standard hotel equipment like a mini fridge, kettle, coffee maker, and a bathroom with a standing shower.

It's a no-frills experience but good value for money.

First World Hotel spa

The M Spa & Fitness has a sauna, a steam room, and a jacuzzi that fits the whole family. First World Hotel's spa offers traditional plant-based treatments as well.

Indoor Theme Park

The 400,000 square feet (37,161 square meters) Skytropolis Indoor Theme Park has over 20 thrill rides, and it's located at First World Plaza and adjacent to SkyAvenue.

You can buy a daily unlimited pass for 62 Malaysian ringgit (2022 price). But you can also opt for pay-per-ride tickets if you only want to try some.

Genting Shopping Mall

First World Plaza is located a floor above the hotel's lobby level, spreading on 500,000 square feet of space (46,000 square meters).

First World Hotel theatre

The Arena of Stars is a 45,000-square feet (4,181 square meters) musical amphitheater in Resorts World Genting. It was constructed in 1998, and it can seat 6,000 people.

International show

It's famous for its traditional lion and dragon dance competitions. But it also hosted world-famous singers and bands like Lionel Richie and Deep Purple.

Sky Venture

Sky Venture

Retro arcade games

If you are a fan of retro arcade games, you will love this place.


SkyWay cable car

The SkyWay cable car transports you to the hilltop resort.

69000 Genting Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia