It’s time to get your rollerskates gear on as the first South Korea’s roller skating rink, RollerWa, is finally here in Malaysia!
Located at 1 Utama Shopping Centre in the District K section, this makes the first overseas franchise for RollerWa and the third branch to open. Meanwhile, the first two branches are both opened in South Korea.
Bring your friends and family for a fun time!
According to RollerWa Facebook page, only quad skates are available on site. This means those who are more familiar with inline skates have to challenge themselves with different skating gear.
Spanning 17,000 sq with Instagrammable spots, this roller skating rink should definitely be in your must-visit places.
Rate and Pricing
The entrance fee to RollerWa is RM12, while a 2-hour session for adults is RM38 and RM28 for children under 18 years old. This includes the rental of the skating rink, skate shoes and safety gear.
If you want to play for a longer period of time, the price for a 1-day rental is RM68 and RM58 respectively.
Yes, the price may seem a little bit expensive but you will have so much fun dancing to trendy K-pop songs. This is your chance to show off those dancing skills that you’ve been practising at home during MCO. Who knows you might dance together with other Kpop fans.
Even if you’re tired of the skating and the dancing, there are K-snacks for you to refresh with and other K-Goods merchandise.
District K, where you find Korean goods in Malaysia
Besides, the roller skating rink is located at the District K section of 1 Utama Shopping Centre. It is the place for people to experience everything related to South Korea.
Another exciting attraction is the first-ever BTS Pop-up Store in Malaysia. This pop-up showcase will take fans down memory lane by going through the different eras throughout BTS’s music career. It will remind fans of the hardship the members went through from the No More Dreams days to their collabs with various American singers – Halsey, Nicki Minaj, Coldplay, etc.
Want to know more about the first BTS pop-up store in Malaysia, click here.