So this was where I spent my Christmas day, i-City! Hahaha it was totally a random and impromptu plan for both me and my smelly boy to drive all the way to Shah Alam. And we made the best decision to be there as early as 11am. The people were already swarming by the time we were there. Horror!
That was when I realised i-City has grown so much. There are the new attractions such as Trick Art Museum, Red Carpet Wax Museum and also the Waterpark besides the Snow Walk. No wonder everyone was there! Even the entrance fees to these places are very much affordable. We paid only RM10 and RM30 each for Trick Art Museum and Red Carpet Wax Museum, respectively.
Hehe you may want to read about my previous post here and here because I’ve got a number of pretty pictures in the previous trips! Otherwise, scroll down to view the pictures taken at both the museums recently.
First of all, I don’t think this one below was made to be 3D-ish. Hahahahaha. But I made it.
There were more than just these graphics but there were just too many people around for all the graphics. I’m happy enough to have no photobomb pictures. Blek. We spent around 40 minutes here and moved on to the wax museum.
I have no idea what I am doing.. with the Presidents. Lol.
And frankly, I do not recognise this Chinese figure but I’m so tempted to do this pose. Someone please enlighten me, maybe?
If you didn’t know, that’s Blackie Ko in red. He was considered as the greatest automotive stunt choreographer in Asia before he passed away. And of course, that’s Andy Lau I’m chilling with.
Then to the picture above, it was just us posing before a random wall graphic but it made me realised something about Malaysians. We can be really bad-manner in photography. What I really mean is that Malaysians generally, behaves very badly when it comes to taking pictures for the other persons. Whenever I asked a favour from a stranger to help me with a photograph, they will give me the “eye” firstly. Then they will reject me. Like come on la. What do you have to lose for just pressing the shutter once! I don’t understand. And usually these people I approach are young people!!!!! I cannot believe it. They will throw me excuses like, “I don’t know how to take pictures”. Please………. I asked for your favour because I see you taking pictures around me. Brrrr. This did not happen for just once. Trust me. This is what I always encounter!
Same situation happened before when we requested a man (without knowing his nationality beforehand) to help us with the photograph and he was being very friendly. He did not only take one picture but he took a few assuring that the pictures are good. Then, we realised he was actually a Japanese. “No wonder!” I thought. Brrrrr.. And frankly, I don’t think I’ve ever turned down such simple request from the people whether in Malaysia or anywhere else. I just don’t understand the why-not thought! No doubt there are friendly and helpful Malaysians but there are just too fewwwwwww.
Anyways, back to the wax museum… Meet our very own Dato’ Lee Chong Wei! Haha.
A selfie via the reflections from the mirror walls. Hehehe. That was the end of the tour in the museum. There were lots more figures but I picked only a few to share here. Hehehe. We wanted to visit the Rainbow Forest next but… but… it is no longer the same. I think there are new projects coming up hence the changes of the pretty forest T_T Couldn’t take any romantic and colourful picture with the smelly one but only the selca below D: