SnoWalk is South East Asia’s first indoor winter wonderland. It is climate-controlled at below 5 degrees Celsius with 100mm of snow underfoot and provides an unforgettable Arctic experience to anyone looking to escape the tropical heat.
It features 50 thousand square feet of floor space and over 100 tonnes of ice sculptures shaped by a team of 30 artists from Harbin, China. It also features a play zone for fun activities such as snowman-making, ice-sliding and tobogganing.
The establishment of the State of Selangor Museum which is currently known by the term Sultan Alam Shah Museum began when Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah consented to sign the 1975 Enactment Selangor No.6 dated December 27, 1975.
There are five exhibition halls namely History Center, Cultural Center, Sports Center, Nature Heritage Center and the Islamic Center and Outdoor Exhibition. The museum is also equipped with facilities such as the Resource Centre, Auditorium, Raja Lumu, Meeting Rooms and Kemasik Daeng Perani, Taksedemi Laboratory and Repository.
Street art is becoming increasingly popular in Malaysia. It’s not only a tourist attraction but also a great backdrop for locals to take their best selfies. But while we immediately think of street art in Penang, and more recently Ipoh, it’s also become a focal point of Shah Alam.
Last year, MBSA (Majilis Bandaraya Shah Alam) commissioned a project in Seksyen 2 of Shah Alam, Laman Seni. Organised by KNZNH Studio, this project turned various walls and lanes of the neighbourhood into colourful and playful murals in December last year. In June this year, the project continued with a sequel: Laman Seni 7.
I-City is a 72 acre ICT-based urban development beside the Federal Highway in Section 7, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. Planned by architect Jon A. Jerde, i-City was designed as a fully integrated intelligent city, comprising corporate, leisure and residential components such as a 1 million sq. ft. regional shopping mall, office towers, Cybercentre office suites, hotels, apartments, data centers, and an innovation center.
Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam (TBNSA) is an area of forests combined with plantations/botanical gardens that lies towards the north of Shah Alam city. The place also goes by the name of Bukit Cahaya Sri Alam, while the forest reserve itself is named Bukit Cerakah Forest Reserve.
Shah Alam Lake Gardens is one of the favourite retreat of the residents in the vicinity in the evenings and during the weekends. It is a man-made lake with beautiful landscape in the middle of the city centre of Shah Alam. The lake is divided into three sections namely the east, the west and the central.The east section is called Tasik Damai, the west section is called Tasik Permai and the middle section is called Tasik Indah. All the 3 sections are surrounded by beautiful gardens that are ideal for family outing and picnic.
One of the nicest shopping malls in the state of Selangor. Lovely ambience with lots of family activities outdoors on weekends. A nice mall for the Setia Alam community.Parking is easy, well litted and easily accessible to the mall.
The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque is the state mosque of Selangor, Malaysia. It is located in Shah Alam. It is the country’s largest mosque and also the second largest mosque in Southeast Asia after Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta in Indonesia.