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10 Best Places To Visit In Selangor in 2020

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Sultan Salahudin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque, Shah Alam

The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque is the largest in Malaysia and the second-largest in Southeast Asia after Jakarta’s Istiqlal Mosque. The gleaming dome of Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, also known as Shah Alam’s Blue Mosque, is often the first thing visitors entering the city notice. Capable of accommodating up to 24,000 worshipers at any one time, the features a combination of traditional Islamic, West Asian and Malay design elements.

Batu Caves, Gombak

Batu Caves, one of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions, is a limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. Incorporated with interior limestone formations said to be around 400 million years old, the temple is considered an important religious landmark by Hindus.

Farm In The City, Seri Kembangan

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An Eden of Nature and Animals Farm In The City (FITC) is a unique new concept that combines elements of wildlife and nature set in a designed environment of a conservation park.  It encourages visitor-interactions with the animals and plant-life in a comfortable yet authentic environment. FITC also places great importance on the education of visitors on the various aspects of farm and animal life as well as wildlife conservation and preservation.

Bukit Malawati, Kuala Selangor

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Bukit Malawati is one of the few notable tourists draws in the sleepy district of Kuala Selangor in the Klang Valley.  Its popularity can be attributed to the fact that Bukit Malawati is an all-round great hangout spot. get panoramic views of the surrounding hills and the sea. Bukit Malawati is a great place for families and casual weekend holiday goers.

Jugra Paragliding, Banting

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Bukit Jugra is still very much a popular venue, albeit for different reasons. The scenic views make it an excellent spot for outdoor activities, such as hiking and paragliding. Paragliding in Jugra is conducted off the base of Bukit Jugra lighthouse, a towering structure built in 1976 that rises 146 meters above sea level. Paragliding depends heavily on wind conditions, with March to September is the best time to soar through the air in Malaysia.

Kuala Kubu Bharu Rope Swing

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he Rope Swing jump is located on a bridge in Kuala Kubu Bharu, strategically placed from a height of about 60 meters in between two hills and a small river stream, the experience is a one of kind thrill of natural beauty and excitement. Similar to Bungee Jumping, but instead of free-falling with your legs tied to the elastic cord, the Rope Swing gives you a more Tarzan swinging from tree to tree experience.

Skytrex Sungai Congkak, Hulu Langat

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This latest and newest park is located in the cool and hilly area of Hulu Langat.  Take a leisurely drive through the quaint town of Hulu Langat with charming food stalls and fruits stands on both side of the road and be transported back in time to a picturesque village setting with rivers and waterfalls amidst a lush tropical orchards and forest

Kuala Selangor Nature Park, Kuala Selangor

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Kuala Selangor Nature Park (Taman Alam Kuala Selangor in Malay) is a haven for a wide variety of flora and fauna, Kuala Selangor Nature Park (Taman Alam Kuala Selangor) comprises over 200 hectares of coastal land where a large part of it is mangrove swamps. Mangrove ecosystem is extraordinary in that they protect the coastline, serve as a fish breeding ground, give refuge to diverse wildlife and supply wood. 


Sekinchan 1 day trip
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Sekinchan is a small town on the west coast of Malaysia. It’s home to the Paddy Processing Factory, with a museum about the local rice industry. The elaborate Nan Tian Temple sits in one of the town’s many rice fields. Near Redang Beach, the Wishing Tree is draped with red ribbons. Just south, the fishing village of Bagan has many seafood restaurants. The area is also a shelter for migratory birds, such as herons.

Klang Heritage Tour

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As a royal town and former capital of Selangor, Klang is characterized by historic buildings and quaint, traditional structures. The Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk is conducted by professional guides, with entry to exclusive venues only on this walk. The walking tour takes about 2.5 hours to complete and is conducted in English.