Just one week before this visit, I drove pass Empire City (opposite Neo Damansara) and noticed how the distinguished signage of the Malaysia National Ice Skating Stadium (MYNISS) is announcing that Malaysia wants to make her presence seriously known in the winter sports arena. Succeeding winter sports in a country that never snows? Watch how we are shifting the heat from weather to ice rink!
|Check out the new skating rink at Empire City|
|Situated opposite Neo Damansara|
|Olympic sized skating rink and a seating capacity of up to 600 pax and standing room of up to 5000 spectators|
|When hosting the 29th Sea Games-Winter Sports|
Here are some records for Malaysians to be proud of!
- On 12th Dec – 17th Dec 2017 Malaysia battled it out against Philippines, India, Kyrgyzstan and UAE in the U20 Men's Ice Hockey Team and took away the gold medal
- On 6th – 11th March 2018, Division 1 was between India, Philippines, UA Emirates & Malaysia (by rank) and with a few stunning performances snatched away the gold medal.
- On 24th – 29th March 2018, Division 1 was between Malaysia took on Macau, India and Indonesia and held their title with gold medal.
|Open to public at 11am onwards. Closing times are different everyday. Check out the table below.|
|Ready for some cool sports|
|Here comes the next skating 'champion'|
|Getting the grip of it|
|On locker number 10 with YB Khairy Jamaluddin's signature|
|Ice rink is controlled with high technology for more precise and professional settings|
|Ice resurfacing machine|
|Feel the heat on ice|
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