The last time I had fun in the water at Sunway Lagoon must have been more than 10 years ago, when the theme park was new and incomplete. Last week, I was lucky to be invited to the launch of Coway Spa Water Softener that took place in Sunway Lagoon itself. Coway, the leading home-wellness appliances manufacturer from Korea has installed 48 units of Spa Water Softener at the water theme park to enable Malaysians to experience the wonders of soft water for free.
Welcome to Sunway Lagoon
The Coway booth
Coway Spa Water Softener
What are the benefits of soft water?
- Increases skin moisture level by as much as 69%
- Reduces dead skin cells
- Decreases skin friction by 20%
- Soften hair and scalp
- Reduces dandruff
- Higher soapiness
Compare the difference between tap water and soft water
The Coway Spa Water Softener claims to transform the tap water to soft water, making it a healthier option for the body while ensuring smoother, softer skin within 2 weeks. The water softener is equipped with a composite filter within to remove chlorine, germs and floating substances from tap water while its Ion Exchange Resin reduces the hardness of tap water.
Coway Spa Water Softener
The 48 preview units were installed in some of the shower rooms in Sunway Lagoon and will be available for a period of 3 months. I tried showering with the soft water and indeed, the chlorine level is much lower than regular tap water.
Some other Coway products – air purifier
The Coway Spa Water Softener retails at RM1,900 or is available for rental at RM70 per month, including a bi-monthly product maintenance service. If you would like to try it before purchasing, you can sign up for Coway’s exclusive 14-day trial period for free.
Best-selling Coway Bidet seat
Some local celebrities were invited to the launching event, including Ning Baizura and 988 DJ Sam.
Ning Baizura speaking of her experience with Coway Spa Water Softener
Reflexology for booth visitors
After the launch, the few of us spent the afternoon at Sunway Lagoon, starting with a hand at Archery.
Eric and Saucer trying out at Archery
Spot my spray-on tattoo! 😛
Then, we made our way to the World’s Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge in the world, crossing from one end to the other – 428m! This was where Caroline had to face her fear of height while I took the opportunity to snap some gorgeous pictures from above.
World’s Longest Suspension Bridge
Hanging on to dear
To be honest, some of the parts of the bridge were pretty scary because the metal bars on the floor gave me the feeling of insecurity. But of course, it’s all an illusion. We managed to cross it in the end, all of us. 🙂
The see-through floor
View from the bridge #1
View from the bridge #2
View from the bridge #3
witch on the bridge
We then moved on to Wagon on Wheels, which is a small-scale Ferris Wheel. Over here, you’d see Caroline feeling more relieved and happy. 🙂
Caroline & Eric
Before we moved on to the water theme park, the guys went on the scary Pirates Revenge – Malaysia’s first 360-degree Rotating Pirate Ship! Needless to say, timid people like me wouldn’t be up there. 😛 Spot the guys in one of the rows!
Screaming in the ship
360-degree overturned pirate ship
It was overall a fun and eventful day, not to mention the water slides that we played after. No pictures of the water park since all our cameras were kept inside the locker by then. The fun in the sun was all thanks to Coway! For more information on Coway, visit www.coway.com.my or contact 1-800-888-111 or www.facebook.com/CowayMalaysia.