Laman Seni 7
Following in the footsteps of art districts around the world, such as Beijing’s ‘798 Art Zone’, Shah Alam’s very own Laman Seni 7 is an initiative undertaken by the city council (MBSA) to transform the back alleys of commercial and industrial areas into safe, clean and visually-pleasing spaces with murals and street art.
Muzium Sultan Alam Shah
This Shah Alam museum is the main symbol of cultural heritage and development in the state of Selangor. Established in 1974, the museum is named after Sultan Hisamuddin Alam Shah, the seventh Sultan of Selangor. The museum’s building design is based on Minangkabau architecture; the Minangkabau is the world’s largest matrilineal society, where property, family name and land pass down from mother to daughter.
Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque (Blue Mosque)
As a well-known landmark, the gleaming dome of Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, also known as Shah Alam’s Blue Mosque, is often the first thing visitors entering the city notice. Capable of accommodating up to 24,000 people at any one time, the mosque overlooks the International Islamic Arts Garden Complex (Kompleks Taman Seni Islam Antarabangsa) and a beautifully landscaped park inspired by the Quranic Garden of Paradise.
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Kompleks PKNS Shah Alam
A mall that has stood the test of time, PKNS has been around for more than 36 years. Expect a maze of clothing boutiques and stalls, food eateries and vendors.
AEON Mall Shah Alam
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i-City Theme Park
i-City Theme Park’s signature attraction is the City of Digital Lights, where over one million, environment-friendly LED lights transform the park into a colourful wonderland in the evenings. Another main attraction here is SnoWalk, a park with an Arctic environment and temperatures below 5°C.
Other fun-filled attractions for the family include:
- WaterWorld (outdoor theme park featuring a tornado ride)
- FunWorld (featuring Trick Art Museum, Red Carpet wax museum and Space Mission @i-City, which offers a futuristic aerospace adventure)
Shah Alam Lake Gardens
Prowled over 43 hectares, the Shah Alam Lake Gardens, designed by landscape architect Fumiaki Takano, was the first public park to open in Selangor in 1985. The lake gardens are managed by Shah Alam’s city council (MBSA), who’ve ensured that the park maintains its popularity among locals and tourists alike.
Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam
Featuring different types of parks with attractions for both nature buffs and thrill-seekers, Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam (National Botanical Gardens) is one of Selangor and Malaysia’s top destinations for eco/agrotourism.
Stadium Shah Alam
The Shah Alam Stadium (Malay: Stadium Shah Alam) is a multi-purpose stadium located in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. It is used mostly for football matches but also has facilities for athletics. The stadium is the home of Selangor FA and PKNS F.C., and has a capacity of 80,372 pax.
Shah Alam Extreme Park
Malaysia’s premium multisport facility that covers an inline skating park, bike park, wall climbing, paintball arena & futsal courts. The park offers a great balance of street-style, transition style and vert.