Walk through the luminous garden in Malaysia
• Walk through the luminous garden in Malaysia
Visiting the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, tourists often emit only a day or two of sightseeing. But also hiding interesting objects in the district of the capital. For example, the city of the future Putrajaya magnificent Batu Caves, Genting Highlands or the city LED lights I-City. On the first three objects of sufficient information, and that's about I-City I will tell in detail.
I-City- This is the Malaysian version of the Silicon Valley with offices and parkland, with nightly entertainment and a variety of leisure activities. City Lights Digital ICITY near Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam (Shah Alam) - This theme park, an ideal place for the whole family. The entire infrastructure of the city, the streets, shops, parks and attractions - is to achieve the latest LED technology. The main attractions are CityPark and CityWalk. Trees in the park special - artificial maple and pine trees, the branches of which consist of millions of LED lamps. Each year, changing light sculptures.
In the area of i-City uses the latest LED lighting technology. This place excites and fascinates visitors, especially during the various celebrations. Especially popular this place during the celebration of the Chinese New Year. I-City area affects high technology. Not surprisingly, the picturesque region of i-City, featuring a unique type of lighting has become a haven for amateur photographers. There is also a well-produced wedding photos.
Except to walk on artificial forest, here you can play snowballs in the winter room where the temperature is about -5 ° C, see the ice pieces, roll off the ice slides. Horror House can tickle their nerves, and in a room with the name "Red carpet" to take a look at the wax celebrities. Right there is a water park, a Ferris wheel, carousel. Budget can be reached, if you sit down at the KL Sentral station and get off at Padang Jawa station on land train KTM Komuter, the price of 2.50 ringgit per ticket. And the station Padang Jawa take a taxi. From there we took a 15 ringgit, 13 ringgit bargained back.
on entertainment Prices are not cheap, especially with children. We went mainly to look at the evening lights of artificial trees. Snow and we have enough wax figures will not surprise us, a water park too. The House of Horrors with a child did not dare to meddle, diapers do not save enough. Oh, and keep in mind that the trains go back somewhere to 23.30
Water Amusement Park
When it gets dark interesting ride on this electric car and stare at the colored wood with a height of 3 meters
People are not so much.
On Chinese New Year's Eve