i-City & Tourism Malaysia Bring More Entertainment & Attractions to Town
The 2010 Calendar Fills Up with Joint Efforts to Entice Local and International Tourists
A new attraction is in town and its ideal for families, friends and tourists outings. i-City, Malaysia’s premier tech-based property with a unique lightscapes has been constantly working with the Tourism Ministry to fill its calendar this year to offer more to local and international tourists.
The efforts which began with a photography competition has snowballed into the current World Cup Live Telecast, flea market, live band performances, the hub which alive day and night is launching its second phase of lightscapes which promise more great fun.
The new phase will showcase a more international feel to the township as it moves into a new dimension accompanied by the activities co-organised with Tourism Malaysia. i-City is kicking the second half of the year with a bright bang with the launch of its new rhythmic lights and announcements of activities to take place in the city with the presence of YB Dato’ Sri Dr Ng Yen Yen , the Minister of Tourism Malaysia.
i-City is a ICT property space under the holding company, I-Berhad. The brainchild of its founder Tan Sri Lim Kim Hong and his team, the “plug-and-play” office environment is of the 72-acre freehold land is rapid.
i-City provides 20Mbps high speed multi-telco broadband connectivity (scalable to 1Gbps), fibre optics network with backup power supply, Tier 4 Ready Data Centre, shared facilities as well as a concierge service (receptionist and secretarial services).
The City of Digital Lights was recently gazetted as Technopreneur Campus enabling it to operate cosmopolitan lifestyle outlets on a 24 hour basis. Under the Technopreneur Campus concept, i-City will be a “gated but open” zone and to operate continuously in the face of any disruption in power and connectivity services. This zoning is in recognition of i-City as both a knowledge hub as well as a night tourism destination that will be a catalyst in the transformation of Shah Alam into a vibrant city.
The statues will also enable cultural and night tourism activities, a boutique Hotel with duty free outlets and entertainment centre, sustainable green and OKU friendly facilities, an Islamic Financial Hub, the Plug and Play entrepreneur development centre and as well as shuttle services between i-City and Shah Alam city centre, Klang, Petaling Jaya and the Padang Jawa Komuter Station.
There is now a knowledge community in i-City comprising a mix of foreign and local companies from both the private sector (FBIC, Logica, Total Sports Asia) and government agencies (SSIC, Tourism Selangor). Many of these companies are relocating to i-City to leverage on the ICT infrastructure.
For more information on i-City log on to www.i-city.my.