I-City Shah Alam

I-City or I-City Selangor (formerly known as Sumur City) is a township in the Klang Valley region of Selangor, Malaysia. The new tourist attraction hosted the the biggest snow theme park in Malaysia with 50,000 sq ft of Arctic environment attraction with 100 tons of ice sculptures that were shaped by a team of 30 ice sculptors from Harbin, China.

I-City also known as City of Digital Lights. City of digital lights, as its name implies, the best time to visit is at night. There is much to do and see here, from shopping to snow filled indoor park, to beautiful neon lights that adorns the gardens to the many restaurants that offer a gastronomy experience.

Please take note that the time lights on is 7pm – 2am !

City of Digital Lights.
Located at CityPark,
i-City 40000 Shah Alam.
Tel: 03-55218824 / 03-21411517.

Getting There

From PJ/KL On the Federal Highway towards Klang after BP Station exit left at UiTm/i-City stop at traffic light turn right, go until at the left side you will see Shell & Kentuky before traffic light, turn left then go straight pass by UiTM until T junction turn left, when you see a chrome ball turn left & left you are there.

From NKVE , there will be a signboard direct you to place.

If you are using GPS, the I-City GPS Coordinate : N3°3 54 E101°29 0

Entrance Fees

The entrance fee for each car is RM10. For some ride, you need to pay as low as RM5 per person.

I-City SnowWalk Entrance Fees

Snowalk Fees
Malaysian Non-Malaysian
RM25 RM35
RM20 RM30

Warm jackets are provided (included in the entrance price). Trousers and boots can be rented at additional cost.

Other Attraction

Other than the famous Snowalk, other attraction that you can find at I-City such as reptile house, Laser Warzone, amusement arcade games and souvenir shops.

I-City Map (Peta)

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