A few months ago, I visited i-City, which located in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. i-City is one of the best leisure parks in Malaysia I have ever been. It has a very interesting concept: a huge theme park that offers several attractions like Snowalk (biggest snow theme park in Malaysia), Trick Art Museum, Red Carpet, Water World, Ice Adventure, House of Horror, Under the Sea, and a few more to mention.
To reach i-City, you may take KTM (one of the rail operator in Malaysia) to ‘Padang Jawa’ station and take a taxi straight to i-City. If you are coming from Kuala Lumpur, you may take Rapid KL Bus U80 to ‘Shah Alam Bus Station’, and change to Rapid KL Bus U605 from ‘Shah Alam Bus Station’ to i-City.
|i-City Map (Selangor Tourism)
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Berjaya Hills, also known as Fraser’s Hill, is located in Bukit Tinggi, Pahang, Malaysia.
Has anyone of you ever heard about Genting Highlands? Yap, the only licensed gambling spot in Malaysia. That is near Berjaya Hills!
The journey to Berjaya Hills from Kuala Lumpur takes 1 – 1.5 hours by car / by bus, depending on the traffic. If you are prone to motion sickness, please bring sleeping pills your medicine and plastic bags with you as the road is VERY winding.
Berjaya Hills offers few attractions such as Japanese Village, Adventure Park, Animal Park, Colmar Tropicale, Horse Trails, Sport Complex, and Golf.
Please take a look at the picture below for the complete list of attractions:
|Attractions at Berjaya Hills
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I love seeing views from such a height. Everywhere I go, if I can find a tower where tourists are allowed to go all the way up, with a reasonable price, of course, I will try to allocate some of my time to visit. So far, I’ve been to Eiffel Tower, Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur Tower (KL Tower), Oriental Pearl Tower, CN Tower, Umeda Sky Building.
Since this post is about Kuala Lumpur, I will only talk about towers that are located in Kuala Lumpur only.
Petronas Twin Towers (451.9 m)
Who does not know Petronas Twin Towers? They say you have not officially been to Kuala Lumpur if you have never been to Petronas Twin Towers.
Petronas Twin Tower has 451.9 meter height and was the tallest building in the world for a period of 1998 – 2004, before Taipei 101 and Burj Khalifa were built. However, until today, Petronas Twin Towers are still registered as the highest twin towers in the world.
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Another thing I can finally check off on my wish list:
(✓) Touch kangaroo
Well, feel free to laugh at my silly wish list! Anyway, I’m super happy right now, I just had fun in Melbourne on a ‘5 days 4 nights’ trip. I will share my itinerary in this post:
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Pernah enggak, bertanya pada diri sendiri: ‘What have I accomplished?’
Gw sering. Banget. Banget.
Terkadang, gw bandingin diri gw sendiri sama orang lain.
Si A, yang udah berkeluarga.
Si B, yang udah mapan dengan usahanya sendiri.
Si C, yang jenius, lulus S2 dengan usia yang masih cukup muda.
Ga usah jauh-jauh mikirin berkeluarga, pacar aja belom punya.
Modal usaha dan mau usaha apa juga belom kepikiran.
Ambil S2 belom tau mau jurusan apa, pengalaman kerja pun masih kurang.
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