Selangor in Malaysia, from Asia region, is best know for Caverns & Caves. Discover best things to do in Selangor with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
4 based on 11 reviews
These impressive limestone caves are also used for Hindu festivals and pilgrimages.
Beautiful beautiful place. Prices are extremely reasonable, the Stuart friendly, the walk up the stairs was epic and I encourage anyone looking for fun and a little workout simultaneously! It’s beautiful, monkeys running around (don’t take bananas up unless you like monkeys). Stunning view and absolutely worth it! The final touch is the vendors when you come down that have fresh coconut! Loved it!
4.5 based on 344 reviews
Lovely place to visit, have a great architectural touch on the building. Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah is the state mosque of Selangor, Malaysia. It is located in Shah Alam. It is the country's largest mosque and also the second largest mosque in Southeast Asia after Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia. Its most distinguishing feature is its large blue and silver dome. The mosque has four minarets, one erected at each of the corners. As additional, (Restaurant Nasi Arab) also located inside the persiaran masjid.
4.5 based on 898 reviews
From ice skating to bowling was good for the family as we stayed next door. Plenty of restaurants in the place. The food was good (not great) in several we ate in. Grocery store had very good selection and plenty of coffee shops.
4.5 based on 643 reviews
Last F1 event held in Malaysia. Its quite good race but compare to back then, more merrier if i could give more comparison. Racer last incident in last event held in Malaysia, hope will be more event to revive this place. Heard MotoGP quite active in here. Well keep up good work, wish more event will be on in the future.
4 based on 377 reviews
Kampung Kuantan Firefly Park. There are lots of operators offering tours to this destination ,and also other attractions on the way.
The cheapest option is to hire a good premium taxi and negotiate with the driver. We were fortunate to know one that we had used before and came highly recommended
Executive taxis (kernel Singh) Malaysia 014- 6455 886. picked us up from our K.L hotel.
and drove us about an hour to the firefly park. We stopped on the way for a break and were offered the chance to do other activities if we wished. Decided to visit just the park. At sun down you view the fireflies from the boat on the water. Mesmerising if you haven't seen them before. After viewing we decided to have something to eat and drink locally.
Then back to the hotel. enjoyed the trip, and was hassle free.
4 based on 207 reviews
Farm in the City (FITC) is an unique concept that combines the elements of wildlife and nature set in a designed environment of a conservation park. resembling a typical Malaysian Village setting, it houses more than 100 species of Farm and Exotic animals and plants in specially built enclosures. One can get close, touch or feed the animals with almost Zero distance.
Definitely worth a visit for young families. Animals all looked happy and healthy, the staff provide lots of opportunities to feed animals with fresh leaves or you can buy hay to feed them too. You can get up close and touch the animals which our two year old loved. Different experience to a zoo, smaller animals but more interactive. Also good variety of animals. Lots of staff and very helpful/friendly. Recommend getting there at opening time as small carpark fills up quickly plus it gets too hot. Mosquito repellant also recommended. VERY stroller friendly, impressed with access, lots of ramps.
4 based on 148 reviews
one way to start of your day. please try visit early in the morning and you can understand what i meant. to avoid human and trafic, do not go on weekend. you need to pay for parking. also, there's stall where you can buy drinks and foods. to conclude, best place to rilexing. all hard works when climbing paid wells!
4.5 based on 48 reviews
Malaysia's first and largest miniature wonderland featuring iconic and historical buildings, magical themed models and beautiful classic trains. Loads of fun interactive activities for both young and old.
visited the place in mid july with 2 little toddlers.
it is very nice and unique in Malaysia. Its intro various well known place in Malaysia.
special dedicated staff during the tour. we actually spend 2-3 hours.
just sit down and mesmerised the small little things and work done. disregard the scale thingy. but appreciate the work done. :) leave those to professional MinNature to improve on.
The feeling is no where to describe.
just go and support them to encourage them for more to come and help to show us the rest of Malaysia identity..the potential is enormous and i even think that it can become a great education center later.
the entrance price may be a little bit steep from outside but if that is what needed for them to run the show.
they actually provide workshop to little kid / group (school excursion) to hand-on in building the simple MinNature.
1. i feel like wanna return to visit again. perhaps can have yearly package option. :)
2. currently the intro is printing and stick near the landmark. audio introduction in future to landmark and make it so high tech and pin point accurately each are or building.. lol
so that the visitor can looking at those little tiny thing and understand better via listening
3. there are a lot of various different long houses from East Malaysia. can consider to incorporate.
4. Mini Malaysia perhaps.. a glance of what Malaysia famous with.. in each state...ie special mosque, state landmark...etc...
wish all well to you guys
4.5 based on 46 reviews
It has festivals all year round and if not, this place gives you calmness and serenity. It's a place worth visiting and I have been there a lot of times, as a volunteer and a visitor. Many people will have a walk or jog there. Don't forget to have a nice healthy meal there and visit their art gallery after that. Truly recommended.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Tallest Mountain in State of Selangor in Malaysia, National Park
The trail is long but rewarding, you will be satisfied if you reach the peak. My team made it from starting point(4.40am) to Lolo Camp(7.00am), then proceed to summit crossing Dataran Pacat(8.40am) and reach summit by 11.00am.Coming down was a big challenge too...especially when pain starting kicking in your knees. Be prepared to practiced hiking other hils or Mountains 1000mtrs below before coming to Gunung Nuang. Can also camped at Lolo if you wanted to to rest a night before summit attack. Dont' forget to register at the gate before hiking, RM1 only( the guard will be there by 6am..we register a day before )
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