Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Cuti-Cuti Malaysia:I City,Selangor, Malaysia


The i-City, a retail and commercial hub with advanced information-communication infrastructure in Section 7, has installed millions of LED lights to brighten up the night. Visitors are welcome to an auspiciously themed park to take a breath of fresh air and enjoy the aura of a pure vision of peace, prosperity and good health. Dozens of digital maple and pine light trees make for a colourful forest that delights the eyes. 


4 of 5 starsReviewed 24 April 2012
the parking facilities are better now. parking fees have also increased. The environment is romantic because it is filled with colourful bright LED lights. the park is better now because many restaurants are opening up there (inside the park) - many choices. [includes: KFC, Old Town White Coffee, Gasoline and other local and even arabic restaurants] The park now includes...



4 of 5 starsReviewed 21 February 2012
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I took a video during my visit to i-City recently. I guess the video speaks my review for itself. Here's the link. Check it out: http://youtu.be/MiBEl_1b8aYMore 



3 of 5 starsReviewed 30 January 2012
There's something about i-city that i like the most, it was filled with thousand of neon lights on the fake trees, animal statue and others that make this place look very differently from the other places in Malaysia. The parking fees worth rm10 per car which is a bit costly. For the first timer like me, i just clear my...More 


4 of 5 starsReviewed 30 January 2012
This is my 2nd visit to I-City, the first was in 2010. There are some improvement now and they have included rides as well i.e. Ferris Wheel, Ship, Merry-go-round etc which were not available back in 2010. However, the place was packed since it was during the weekend and school holiday. Probably best to go here during weekdays so there's...More 



4 of 5 starsReviewed 29 January 2012
It's an excellent place to experience cold weather at home and admire colourfull lights at night. To enter the Snowalk one should wear shoes(boots are available for rent) It is easily accessible by road from Kuala Lumpur. Beside the snow walk, one can samplethe favourite dishes at the food courts. At night, children can enjoy themselves at the playground while...More 




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