Nine months after my first visit, I head to I-City, Shah Alam again. So, what have changed? Most of the ‘old’ decorations are still there and many new ones have been erected. The place has been expanded and now there are 2 ways to enter/exit I-City itself. There are also 2 ways to get into I-City (refer below for detailed map). Colorful LED trees were ‘planted’ along the routes making I-City ‘truly’ a lights wonderland at night.
During day time, you’ll come to realize all you see is artificial. Save for some ‘real’ flowers, this place feels like a ‘dead’ land. Sometimes it is an eyesore at night ‘too’. Why do they promote artificiality? Only the authority can answer that. It’s weird by the way. Any country can do this but only us ‘really’ go down to doing it. LOL
Anyway I was there for ‘day’ shooting that early October. For photographers, this place spells ‘let’s get creative’. Hehehe
I quite like this one. Just visualize they are ‘kei chi’ (goji berries/wolfberries). LOL
So what do you think? Is I-City beautiful during the day?
Here’s a detailed I-City location map.
If you’re from Klang, Port Klang, you can follow the purple route.
If you’re from Shah Alam, Subang, PJ, Kuala Lumpur, etc, you can follow the blue route.
Red circle is i-City.
40000 Shah Alam