Safari Lagoon Waterpark was a former water park in the housing area of Pandan Perdana, in Pandan, Selangor, Malaysia. It actually was the first water park built on a rooftop in the Klang Valley and also was touted as the biggest. The park covered 120,000 square feet and was located on the seventh floor of Pandan Safari Shopping Complex.
In 1988, the Safari Lagoon was the go-to destination for family outings which is located at the Pandan Perdana, right about the border of Cheras and Ampang. This Safari Lagoon has been a unique sight for many due to its greeneries and a tall giraffe statue that is sticking out on the roof of the Pandan Safari Parade building. Where you can still see this whenever you are passing through the Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2).
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In January 2007, there was an incident where an employee drowned in one of the park’s pools when he was trapped inside a high-pressure water pump while retrieving a visitor’s items. Following that, it was revealed that the theme park had been operating for the last nine years without a license from the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ).
The park was closed shortly after, a part of it was later reused as a restaurant but largely deserted by the year 2014. Nevertheless, the shopping complex beneath it continued to operate until the year of 2015.
Sources: TikTok AbgIrman.