The weather was really hot during Chinese New Year. Where can we go for a cooler weather? Other than Shopping Malls or turning on my home air-cond, lets go to SnoWalk at i-City Shah Alam! Literally I name it giant size refrigerator. LOL LOL.
During the past Christmas, Jet asked me why aren’t we getting any snow? (that’s how he imagined Christmas). Aww…I’m pretty sure everyone likes White Christmas. I too wished we will get snow here…. 🙂
Hence, Snowalk at i-City Shah Alam will be the nearest point compared to Genting Highland. My previous trip to Genting Highland, I didn’t get the chance to visit the Snow World because it was closed for refurbishment.
There we ample of parking at i-city, basement parking and also open air parking. The parking fee is RM 3 per hour with a maximum of RM 10 per day.
The new admission ticket price for Snowalk has increased very much compared to last year. When i asked the counter about the new pricing, I was told because they did refurbishment. Hence the price increased. Although there’s no time limitation to be inside the snow room, but charging at RM60 per adult and RM50 per child is quite alot I felt. Imagine if its a big family. Nevertheless it is still cheaper than travel to overseas for real snow.
Cash or Credit Card (Visa) is accepted here.
* Infant below 1 years old & pregnant women is not allowed to enter SnoWalk
Winter Jacket & Boot will be provided by the premise. But some jackets with faulty zip.
Ear muff, scarf or hand gloves and be purchase here. Otherwise can bring your own.
Lockers are also available here with a fee of RM3 (one time usage). In case you want to store your shoes or other belongings.
If you want to feel warm after exiting, there are vending machines with hot drinks.
I brought my own glove for Jet, which I bought from Daiso.
Tip: Let your child wear thicker clothes, long sleeve or sweater under the Winter Jacket. Because I felt the jacket provided for children is not thick and it is very cold inside!
As you enter the room, you will be greeted by the staff photographer to take a nice family photo for you. If you like the photo, you can buy the printed copy for RM35 at the exit point. LMAO!! More money spend! 😀 😀
The temperature here was about 5 degree Celsius.
There were many ice sculptures here. YES! Many of them..I read that, these ice sculptures were made by international artists from Harbin China.
By the way, there weren’t any snow at this area. More like a thin layer of crushed ice laid on the carpet. Becareful, it can be quite slippery too.
Toboggan for children and adult.
There were also ice sculptures with small slides for the young child.
There’s a small area of football court which Jet enjoyed so much.
This was the last part. The room is brighter and draws more crowd. Reason is that this area has falling snow and it looks like a playground. I actually got the urge to go on the slide. But I shy…. hahaha!
Check out the fine snow.
Jet told me to take a video of him throwing snowball.
We didn’t spend long hours here because my mom & Jet was freezing cold already.
Anyway, we have achieved our snow experience. Mission accomplished!
Most of the rides here are suitable for children. Price starts from RM5 per ride.
My brother accompanied Jet for the car ride.
Phone 1: +6 03 5521 8866
Phone 2: +6 03 5521 8800