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Best Places to Visit in Shah Alam of 2017

  • 01 Skytrex Adventure

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    Have you heard the concept of sky-trekking from tree to tree? If it sounds like a concept out of fantasy world for you, you should visit Skytrex Adventure Theme Park in Malaysia.



    Highlights –
    You will get to enjoy various aerial adventure activities like flying, swinging, gliding, dangling and other forest adventure activities when you come here. Clear categorisation of activities based on difficulty levels – Little Adventure, Big Thrill and Extreme Challenge.

    Location – Shah Alam, Selangor.

    Activities –
    23 not so easy challenges in the Little Adventure Club, which requires kids to be minimum 1.1m tall and a host of other sky trekking activities in the Big Thrill & Extreme Challenge Segments, which require participants be at least 1.4m tall. Kids who are younger than 12 years should definitely be accompanied by parents or relatives.

    Price
    – RM35 per person (Little Adventure), RM45 per person (Big Thrill) and RM55 per person (Extreme Challenge).

    Timings
    – Open on weekends from 8.30AM to 4.30PM.


  • 02 i-City in Shah Alam

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    If you are looking for water based theme parks in Malaysia, you will find plenty of them. i-City Waterworld Theme Park in Shah Alam is one of them. There are ample numbers of rides here that will give you ultimate enjoyment and thrill. Perfect place to take kids during school vacations.



    Highlights
    – Do not miss to try out the Ultimate Tornado, when you come here. It is a whirlwind ride, with a spiral slide – first of its kind in South East Asia.

    Location
    –Shah Alam, Selangor.

    Activities
    – Ultimate Tornado, Rainbow Racer Slide, Family Raft Slide, Kiddies’ Twin Slides, Spiral Slides, Lazy River, Wave Pool, Relax Pool, Kids’ Play Pool which has Aladdin themes all over.

    Price
    – RM40 and RM30 per kid and adult respectively from Monday to Friday; RM50 and RM40 per kid and adult respectively on weekends. Annual passes cost RM210 per kid and RM 275 per adult.

    Timings
    – 10AM to 1AM on all days of the week.


    Top Things To Do in i-City in Shah Alam

  • 03 Wet World Shah Alam Water Park

    Wet World Shah Alam Water Park
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    Located right in the middle of the Angrek City, this theme park is the first recreational theme park and is suitable for people of all age groups. It has been provide safe and exciting rides to adults and kids right from 1996 onwards.



    Highlights –
    During 2011, this park was bestowed with awards like “Best Small Water Park” and “First Green Water Park”. Apart from providing various exciting rides to tourists, this park also arranges for hosting private and corporate functions as the hospitality and food at this place is excellent.

    Location –
    Sha Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.

    Activities–
    Super Hurricane, Thunder River, Caribbean River, Pirates Cove, Storm Rider, Bermuda Triangle, Tornado Rush, Kiddy Typhoon Lagoon, Whirlwind Escape etc.

    Price –
    RM20 for kids between 90 and 130cm; RM25 for people more than 130cm tall and free entry for kids shorter than 90cm.

    Timings –
    Closed on Wednesdays except if it is a national or school holiday. Open from 10AM to 6PM on remaining days.


  • Nearby Getaways from Shah Alam
  • 01 Singapore City

  • 02 Kuala Lumpur

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    Just think of a city with skyline perforated by campaniles, skyscrapers, Mogul styled domes? Now, think of one with leafy canopy of banyan trees and streets lined with food vendors? Finally, merge the two – that’s Kuala Lumpur for you.  

    The KLites of today are segregated by a smattering generation of the Malay Tin and Chinese explorers who established the city chiseling it out of the virgin jungle. By the late 19th century, British finally entered the capital of Peninsular Malaysia and went ahead erecting grand colonial buildings everywhere in the country. Kuala Lumpur had then been in existence for only a couple of decades then hence it couldn’t do much. Ever since then, the city has witnessed multiple history-defining moments for Malaysia. In the year 1957, it was at the Stadium Merdeka that the first prime ministers of Malaysia Tunku Abdul Rahman imprinted his first 7 time in the air and declared independence for the country.  

    A quintessential part of the flamboyant mix is the incense arched, beautifully embellished temples and mosques of the different Indian, Chinese and Malay communities. This veneration to the ancient cultures is well equated with the co-existing modern contemporary world. It is an appetite that is visible in Malaysia’s contemporary design, art and architecture. Further, the enthusiastic cutting-edge architecture and the riverbank-regeneration project once finalized the new Merdeka PNB 118 tower, will be towering the iconic Petronas Towers.

    Go ahead and play a holiday in Kuala Lumpur.
  • 03 Penang

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    Penang is an island state in Malaysia on the northwest coast of peninsula of Malaysia. It is divided into Penang island and George town. You can visit the sandy villages, fruit orchards, nearby small Malay villages, and go sightseeing tourist places on the Penang island. Monsoons in Penang are wet with thunderstorms; January and February are dry and humid. For the rest of the year the climate is mostly humid. You can visit this island during summer, if you want to experience some sun and sand. There are temples, gardens, war sites from Second World War, farms, heritage sites, beaches, adventure, outdoors, and water sports activities available at Penang and nearby places.

    You can enjoy your holidays at Penang sightseeing, snorkelling, camping, cycling, golfing, trekking in jungles, shopping at plazas and local markets, and gorging on the local ethnic food. Enjoy the mountain farms, visiting fishing villages, and the diverse and cosmopolitan culture of Penang. You will enjoy the desserts, drinks, snacks, and local cuisine of Penang that is exotic and unique compared to most of the oriental platters. This island has locals of many Asian races and ethnicities. This is one island where you can find things to do if you are looking at sightseeing, adventure, and night-life.


  • 04 Iskandar Puteri

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  • 05 Johor Bahru

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