Tuesday, July 10, 2012

'Winter' in Malaysia

Last month, we brought the kids for a short 2D/1N holiday in KL during the Agong's Birthday cum weekends. We stayed over at hubby buddy's house and traveled together with his family. The visit to the i-city was our first. The kids got excited when they saw the beautifully decorated place and was even more excited when was told that we will be bringing them into the 'ice room' to play and touch the ice !  


Posing with the elephant family
We arrived at around 5.30pm because we wanted to buy cheaper entrance fees. Ticket price will be different after 6 pm. *sorry, I forgot about the pricing *

The entrance of the Snowalk @ i-city
It was not too crowded. We only need to queue up for less than 5 minutes before being allowed to enter and try on our winter jacket which was included in the entrance fees.

Christmas trees
It was freezing cold and the kids enjoyed themselves a lot. Everything was colourfully lit.

XJ's first time experiencing winter !
Both kids were freezing 
After spending almost 30 minutes in the 'refrigerator', we decided to leave as the kids were complaining of coldness. We then walked around the park (it was still early and the light were not lit yet) and spent some time at the mini Theme Park.

Beautiful trees
 Soon, the sky turned dark and the trees were all lit up ! It was such a beautiful scene.

Can I pluck the fruits ?
Overall, it was a fun trip and hubby had already decided to return to this place again with our parents, soon. We left i-city at around 8 pm + and hubby's buddy drove us all the way to Klang for seafood dinner. We were all famished and dead tired !

18 comments:

  1. They both have grown up so much already.

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    1. haha.....it must have been a long time since you last saw my kids' photos.

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  2. Wah~ XJ's hair is so long already! This shows that you have been missing from the blogsphere very long too~ Hihi! Welcome back!

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    1. haha...thank you....yes...have been missing for a very long time. ~ paisey ~

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  3. nice outing, we nv bn to i city lei ... must find a day to visit ... izit packed ??

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    1. if got time, bring the kids there. Sure they will enjoy themselves.

      On that day, it was only crowded after 6pm...... many came to see the lights.

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  4. wah can see your camera also have snow LOL

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    1. haha....true....my camera nearly condemn because too cold. haha....after resting for 20 min or so...finally, can use again.

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  5. Hmm, XJ's hair so long already! Long time dint see your kids, they have grown so much ho!

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    1. hahaha....i will try to post up more of their photos.....

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  6. Nice! I think we should make a trip there again. Went there 2 years ago, that time still no Snowalk and those themepark rides yet.

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    1. The snowalk will be fun for kid. They even have those slides make with huge ice block.

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  7. My goodness!!!! How fast your kids have grown!!! Time flies... I took my daughter to Mines Wonderland when she was small, the only one then - never been to this one.

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    1. haha....i've been missing for too long.....

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  8. Never been to i-city before..very nice place.

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    1. Not really huge area, but for a short break, a nice place to visit.

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  9. i-City is always a good and nice place for kids to explore especially the Snow Walk but never know that the entrance ticket is cheaper after 6pm. Thanks for sharing the info.

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    1. No No....tix is more expensive after 6pm! Indeed, i-city is a nice place especially the snowalk because our country doesn't snow.

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