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Red Carpet, Malaysia’s First Interactive Wax Museum

One of reasons why I want to visit i-City is to experience and see the life size celebrity wax replicas in Red Carpet. Just like Snowalk, Red Carpet Wax Museum is one of the most visited areas inside the theme park.

Red Carpet in Malaysia
Red Carpet in Malaysia

Ayn Latonio checks if theres Intel Inside
Ayn Latonio checks if theres Intel Inside

The fun of a wax museum is the feeling of being among the stars. Red Carpet is perfectly named, then, because it is a walk with the rich and famous – but of course they’re not doing any of the walking.

Cecille Ardiente meets her Idol-)
Cecille Ardiente meets her Idol-)

Cindy Solon with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie
Cindy Solon with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie

i-City expanded this year with this 30,000 square foot space where you’re meant to feel like you’re at an Oscar’s gala. No matter what you think about wax museums and famous people, the fun of having photos of yourself with the stars is really worth the visit.

I love you Mother Theresa
I love you Mother Theresa

Look Bill Gates, I have iPhone 5s
Look Bill Gates, I have iPhone 5s

But the fun for me, and for thousands of others, is the fact that when you stand and shake hands with US President Barack Obama, the photos looks just real enough. You can even dress up a bit because there are props that are appropriate for the individuals. Psy is even featured doing his signature dance.

Look whos eating Mao's Apple
Look whos eating Mao Zedong’s Apple

Malaysia's first Wax Museum
Mr Bean inside Red Carpet

And unlike a lot of other wax museums, you can touch the figures as much as you want. Give Angelina Jolie a hug? Yes, please. It’s not Madame Tussaud’s where you have to be very careful of the security guards. Not like real life, either, where you have to watch out for real body guards.

Sinjin Pineda dancing with Psy
Sinjin Pineda dance showdown with Psy

The cast of characters is as varied as anywhere, with famous actors as well as political figures, great thinkers, and cultural icons. Some of the famous names include Brat Pitt, Queen Elizabeth, Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow, the Dalai Llama, Datuk Lee Chong Wei, Pavarotti, Albert Einstein, and others who have passed away including Steve Jobs, Bruce Lee, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson.

This is not Jed Madela
Rest in Peace Nelson Mandela

And even the recently departed Nelson Mandela can be found at Red Carpet. There are 100 figures in total and probably more to be added eventually.

Titus Balatibat goes wild with Rambo
Titus Balatibat goes wild with Rambo

During the Special School Holiday promotion going on now, tickets are available at 50% off the regular price. Full price is RM100 for adults and RM50 for children. The local discount, for Malaysians with MyKad, is RM80 for adults and RM40 for kids.

Having a side by side photos with a hundred of wax figures of famous people from history and contemporary personalities of today, I really can’t think of a better price for a photo with someone famous. It’s really worth the price:) For tickets and inquiries, visit their website –

Red Carpet – Interactive Wax Museum
D-1-G, Jalan Multimedia 7/AJ
City Park, I-City
40000 Sham Alam Malaysia.
TEL: 03 5521 8800
General Enquiries: [email protected]
Development Enquiries: [email protected]
Online Ticketing (i-Ticket) Enquiries: [email protected]

Many thanks to AirAsia Zest – The Right Way to fly and Tourism Malaysia – Visit Malaysia 2014 for making this trip possible. AirAsia Zest now flies daily to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia from Cebu Mactan International Airport. Visit for flight schedules, promos and online flight reservation. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter to get more updates.

Written by Melo Villareal

Melo Villareal is the Online Publisher of He is an Accountant by profession who left the corporate world at the age of 23 to explore his beautiful country and the rest of the world. Today, Melo works as a part-time Social Media Manager for local and international clients. His full-time work focuses on discovering interesting culture, explore different cuisines and take memorable photos from local and international destinations he's visiting.

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