Dream Forest is well-positioned to draw tourists of all ages, including families, vacationers, business travelers, event organisers, students, and culture vultures.



Dream Forest, the first immersive night attraction in Malaysia, has been created from a 1.2KM trail in a more than 100 million-year-old prehistoric forest on Langkawi. Dream Forest is slated to open on May 1, 2023.

Puan Sri Tiara Jacquelina, group president of Enfiniti and chief dream maker, developed the concept and brought it to life with the help of an all-Malaysian team made up of the brightest minds in the fields of construction, technology, and design.

As soon as the sun goes down, the forest comes to life, transforming fables about the Giants of Langkawi, Merong Mahawangsa, and Dayang Bunting into engaging experiences for tourists from all walks of life.

In her remarks at a recent press conference, Tiara stated, “I believe we have a wealth of stories in our own backyard that we can share with the world through various mediums. She mentioned that this project was a part of the team’s strategy to revitalise and reinvigorate Langkawi’s lovely former Kampung Buku (Book Village).

Visitors to the theme park will experience an immersive, multi-sensory journey through Langkawi’s enchanted rainforest while being surrounded by illuminations and projection mapping. Every location has a distinctive history that makes it special for tourists, she continued.

Dream Forest is a haven of biodiversity located in the lush Lubuk Semilang rainforest at the base of Gunung Raya. Here, visitors can go on nature walks during the day to take part in forest bathing and see animals like flying lemurs, dusky leaf monkeys, Sumatran toads, and even several species of hornbills.

Dream Forest is well-positioned to draw tourists of all ages, including families, vacationers, business travellers, event organisers, students, and culture vultures.

The group president explained that this would increase local employment, improve local communities, and open up new business opportunities.

Visitors will be greeted by characters such as the Guardian of the Dream Forest, Sang Gedembai, as well as Eli, Coco, and Terra (three adorable helicopter seeds), who will be playing hosts through projection mapping on the trees and surroundings. The area has been transformed into a 15.8-hectare-wide natural theatre space.

Dream Forest is anticipated to be the first experience of its kind in Malaysia and is an enthralling fusion of creative fervour, technological innovation, and natural heritage, according to Tiara.

“It seems as though my best experiences in acting, performing arts, and other areas have naturally culminated in Dream Forest Langkawi. I can’t wait to tell everyone who comes here about this “Tiara came to an end. Except on Wednesdays, the magical attraction will be open daily from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m.