We all love tricks, we all love magic, don’t we? Like what people say, seeing is believing, sometimes our mind is deceived by what we are seeing and consequently, we believe it as being the truth. Apart from the glittering LED lights as mentioned in my previous post here, i-City also has an attraction for all those who love tricks – and taking photos. Welcome to the Trick Art Museum, i-City.

Trick Art Museum is located in one of the outlets inside i-City itself. It is situated in front of the Segway Park, near the Red Carpet Wax Museum. Inside the Trick Art Museum are hundreds of murals and paintings which have been done to deceive our mind.

I have never been to Trick Art Museum before although I am staying in Shah Alam, the city where i-City is located in. So, when I received a message from Raw of Ramble and Wander inviting me to bring our friend from Indonesia, Fahmi Anhar who really wants to visit i-City, I agreed.

After paying the ticket at the entrance, we went into the museum and we were all awestruck with the number of paintings inside the museum. There are a lot of paintings and it was up to our creativity on how to pose for each painting. We acted like kids trying to pose according to what the paintings intended to be and Raw being the art director taking our photos would let us know if our poses did not reflect the tricks.

Personally, I think this museum is worth a visit. Although the ticket price might be a bit pricey (it was RM 5 during our visit but currently, it has been revised to RM 10 per pax), but the fun associated with taking the photos and seeing the results of it is priceless.

More photos below:

How to go to i-City:

By Train
KTM to Padang Jawa Station and take taxi to i-City

By Bus
Rapid KL

U80Kuala LumpurShah Alam Bus Station
U605Shah Alam Bus Stationi-City

By Car

GPS Coordinate
3.064753, 101.485391? +3° 3′ 53.11″, +101° 29′ 7.41″

Is this the real life?
Is this just fantasy?
Caught in a landslide,
No escape from reality.

-Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody


Trick Art Museum, i-City opens everyday from 11 am to 11 pm. Entrance fee is RM 10 per pax.


We are Khai and Amira, Malaysian travel bloggers behind Kaki Jalans. Our travels have taken us to almost all the countries in Asean and several countries in Europe. We are still actively travelling and adding to this list.


    • Hahaha.

      Pergi dengan Khairul, dapat masuk free, Khairul belanja 🙂

      Saya pun rasa RM 10 agak mahal.

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