From leisure skating to speed skating and Ice Hockey, the largest ice surface in Malaysia holds it all.
What to Expect?
Icescape is the biggest Ice-Skating Rink in Malaysia by Malaysia Book of Records.
Located in the first floor of IOI City Mall, the rink spans an Olympic sized of 30m x 60m of ice surface with a breathtaking glass view. From leisure skating to speed skating and Ice Hockey, the largest ice surface in Malaysia holds it all. It is also perfectly envisioned for hosting premier performances and competitions.
Priced at RM23 - RM28 per entry, visitors will able to learn ice skating at this new ice rink in town.
Parents can also rent a Penguin skate for your children at RM30/hour.
Along with the skating facilities they also purvey a wide range of lessons from introductory skating for the very beginner to professional standards.
NG赞恩4 weeks ago
Public holiday, long Q but only 2 courts open.. When I arrived at 1 pm, I was told per entry basis and can stay until 10 pm...After we had breakfast & went back at 2pm, another staff told me to go in after 3 as everyone has to leave at 2.30 pm....even the staff are not properly trained...worst, one of the indian staff at the counter was impolite...not coming back as there are many other choices..
Ray Fanga month ago
One of the larger ice skating rinks that I've been to. Surface is decent. But the blades on the rental skates can be sharper. It's too slippery while manuvering curves.
Maziyyah Ahmad2 months ago
Please bring your own sock and gloves. Or buy from rm2 shop before you come here. Entrance cost rm35. Then if parent want to company the kids, need to pay for each person.
Kareena2 months ago
I really enjoyed the experience of being able to skate for the WHOLE DAY. However, there were some downs to it too.
Let me begin with the pros. First of all, it is super duper affordable considering the "no time limit" policy. I managed to skate for 8 hrs. Next, there was many benches for skaters and visitors to sit around to rest or wait.
However, since we went on a school holiday, the amount of people was insane! Almost the whole rink was filled up and there were so many incidents of speed skating and hitting into someone else. My suggestion is to have a barricade in the centre of the rink to allow skaters that are taking classes to get the most out of their lesson. The rest who are not taking classes will just skate in ONE DIRECTION, around the barricade.
The next issue was that the ice was melting at a very quick pace and at certain parts of the rink, there was full on cold water puddles. This is a major safety issue as it increases the risk of slipping and falling.
Will definitely revisit on a non-school-holiday time.
Twin Amalisya4 months ago
A good place to experience ice skating especially for kids. Quite crowded during school holidays even on weekdays.
Bring your own gloves and socks.
Kids are fast learners. Though it's their first experience, after an hour they are already able to skate freely. So, don't worry. Have a try and experience it at least once in a lifetime 😄.
If you come early, you can enjoy skating the whole day, provided that you shouldn't exit the entrance. There'll be a half an hour break for some maintenance. You can refer to the schedule. Use this time to have some snacks and go to the washroom. Toilets are available inside. Enter the ring again after the break, so that is only worthwhile paying for the ticket. 😅
Price over the counter is RM35 per person notwithstanding kids or adults.
There are lots of f&b outlets outside the ring for you to enjoy your meals while watching the ice skaters. ⛸️⛸️
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