The i-City in Shah Alam, Selangor is one of Malaysia’s newest tourist attraction. It features a water park, an outdoor theme park and indoor attractions that is great for family bonding and trips with friends. The theme park spans 25 acres and took close to RM 100 Million to build.
This theme park is a must see when in Malaysia for 2 of its indoor facilities will be part of the Visit Malaysia 2014 tourist campaign. These attractions are: the Red Carpet Wax Museum and the House of Horror.
i-City in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
Here are some of things that you can experience during your visit at the I-City of Malaysia:
- Pose with your favorite celebrity inside the Red Carpet, Malaysia’s first ever interactive wax museum. See wax replicas of popular world leaders, Hollywood and Asian celebrities and sport stars.
Fire in the Hole!!!!!!
- Have fun inside the Trick Out Museum, a gallery of interactive 3D paintings. Visit ancient Egypt and see a glimpse inside the ancient pyramids or be rescued by Batman and Robin on top of a burning building. Just be on the watch for the lurking T-rex and the giant Mummy.
Wacky Wacky with the T-Rex!!!!
- Cool off inside SnoWalk. This is far the coolest place in i-City, literally!!! Temperatures can reach -5 degrees Celsius. Ha taking pictures with ice sculptures, neon trees, igloos, ice castles or be brave enough to try their many ice slides!!!
Dreaming of a White Christmas inside the SnoWalk’s Igloo
I-City also has an outdoor theme park with lots of fun rides like the classic Ferris Wheel. You might also want to have a splash at the WaterWorld and ride the Tornado Ride or take a dip at one of the pools inside the park.
End your day by watching the colorful lights of City of Digital Lights. Neon light trees and plants come alive every 6:00 PM until 1:AM.
Neon Trees at the I-City City of Digital Lights
Thank you Tourism Malaysia and Air Asia Zest for this fun filled trip!!! Lets support Visit Malaysia 2014!!
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