The 10 Best Things to Do in Semenyih, Malaysia

September 16, 2017 Sheron Bogner

Discover the best top things to do in Semenyih, Malaysia including Bukit Broga Hill, Kuala Lumpur Private Tours Specialist, Outbac Broga, Beryl's Chocolate Factory, Superkart Indoor Karting, Sak Dato Temple, Putra Mosque, Gu Xing Natural Vitality, IOI City Mall, Semenyih Lake Country Club.
Restaurants in Semenyih

1. Bukit Broga Hill

Broga, Semenyih, Malaysia +60 12-491 3463
Excellent
29%
Good
53%
Satisfactory
17%
Poor
0%
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1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 148 reviews

Bukit Broga Hill

Reviewed By bied879 - Malaysia

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!

2. Kuala Lumpur Private Tours Specialist

Kajang 43000, Malaysia
Excellent
88%
Good
10%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
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2%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 50 reviews

Kuala Lumpur Private Tours Specialist

Kuala Lumpur Travel - Kuala Lumpur Private Tour and TravelSpecialise providing a private tour for single and small groupList of the tour service1. Kuala Lumpur Day Tour2. Cameron Highlands Day Tour3. Malacca Day Tour4. Taman Negara Day Tour5. Kuala Selangor Fireflies Tour6. Kuala Gandah Elephants Sanctuary7. Kuala Lumpur Food Tour8. Combination Kuala Gandah Elephants and Kuala Selangor Fireflies

Reviewed By nezar k - Baghdad

this lovely tour takes only 5 hours to be done, and it should be done from late afternoon till evening as you should know so that one could see fireflies. so I had prearranged from the previous day with my private taxi driver (Mr. Qasim) to take me there.we headed at 4.00 PM from my hotel to Kuala selangor which is 70 Km far from Kuala lampur.the highway going to kuala selangor is surrounded by palm plantations.when we get there,we first headed to a famous hill there named bukit malawati where you could see and even buy some cheap food to feed the monkeys .the trick here is to be smart and courageous enough to keep the monkey food and not to handed to it prematurely and raise your hand near your head so that the animal is to be obliged to go up your shoulder to get it.I did it after several attempts ,the prize was a photo which is the best of my life.after that we went to the jetty to get a ticket for the fireflies watching.the happy surprise was that there are two separate trips within the same ticket.the first was before dark to the right side of the river for eagle feeding.this first tour was fantastic , there are a lot of aminals and birds near the river,and we were lucky enough to see a comodo dragon lizard also.after that we had one hour before the firefly trip begins,so we went in a Chinese restaurant near the jetty for a seafood dinner.the second trip of fireflies itself was fantastic but not for one of a weak heart.although the small boat was full with families and tourists,but me and myfried ravi from Mauritius felt very lonely in the middle of that huge and dark river .but the prize was priceless,seeing and catching the fireflies in your hands is just marvelous and a experience not to be forgotten easily. I was back at my hotel at 9.00 PM.my final opinion is that trip is a must trip for nature lovers.

3. Outbac Broga

315, Kampung Sri Broga, Lenggeng 71750, Malaysia
Excellent
37%
Good
36%
Satisfactory
18%
Poor
9%
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4 based on 11 reviews

Outbac Broga

OUTBAC Broga stands for Outdoor Team-Building Adventure Campsite located in Broga, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. OUTBAC Broga specializes in team-building activities to a wide range of clientele, from corporate groups to churches, independent associations, school, colleges, etc. Our activities are suitable for campers aged between 6-60. We offer our services to provide a wholistic program in the form of packages to include the usages of facilities, food and activities. The campsite grounds is about 6.5 acres and is mainly divided into 4 dormitory zones A,B,C and D. Each zone can host between 48-92 campers in air-conditioned, double decked bed dormitories totalling to 234 beds. Other facilities include: a) basket ball court b) FIFA sized football field c) 3 halls - 2 air conditioned halls fitting 80 pax and 100 pax respectively - 1 non air-conditioned multipurpose hall fitting 300 pax d) 2 seminar rooms (small air conditioned meeting rooms to fit 20 pax) e) 7 dining areas (of various sizes fitting between 30 - 100 pax) f) 43 shower rooms and 34 toilets Food Main meals served at the camp will be breakfast, lunch and dinner. Food served is of oriental style. Meals are prepared in the kitchen on-site by staff that have undergone the halal food preparation course and all ingredients are sourced from halal suppliers. For the convenience of multi-racial campers, the kitchen does not serve pork and alcohol and only serve chicken or fish as meat dishes. The kitchen also serves a well balanced meal consisting of carbohydrates, protein and fibre. Additionally, the kitchen is equipped and stocked to prepare for campers with dietary requirements like halal, vegetarians and gluten free. Activities/program We offer a wide range of activities to choose from; - 15 on-site activities (Team-building/personal challenge) - 5 off-site activities (Extreme activities) All instructors are trained and assessed according to SOP standards reviewed and approved by NARTA and other independent third party safety inspectors. Each group can expect to have a personal instructor assigned to them to conduct the main activities. Instructors are assigned to groups on a ratio of 1:20-25 for on-site actvities and a ratio of 1:10 for off-site activities.

Reviewed By Melanie_Yeoh - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I was expecting the instructors to be super funny and energetic. But it turned out to be untrue. They were not as friendly as I thought and less helpful too. Yes, we signed a letter stating any losses will not be their responsibility. But... one of my student's shoe was stuck at the bottom of the lake, they didn't allow the kid to look for it and they surely weren't helping to look for it either. They only said: We told you earlier to rent rubber shoes. But they didn't mention why or about the muddy lake that EATS shoes. The instructors didn't show effort to befriend anyone, they instructed and let the kids do it themselves. No encouragement nor support from the instructors, it felt like they lost motivation. Lunch was just simple eggs, chicken and veggie, with rice and drinks. No second visit probably, but if you want to try kayaking, flying fox, building a raft, team building all under one roof, this could be a suitable place. I find the raft building fun, the rest was just okay in my opinion.

4. Beryl's Chocolate Factory

8 Jalan 9/1 | Seksyen 9, Bandar Baru Bangi, Bandar Baru Bangi 43650, Malaysia +60 3-8925 6136
Excellent
23%
Good
39%
Satisfactory
38%
Poor
0%
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Overall Ratings

4 based on 13 reviews

Beryl's Chocolate Factory

Reviewed By Ferry_Kasenda - Jakarta, Indonesia

Here we can buy some chocolate with so many flavours, such as Chili Chocolate, Durian Chocolate, Tiramisu, Tongkat Ali, etc. Mostly here we can buy some selection Chocolate with bonus like buy 5 get 1. Before you buy the chocolate you can try to taste it, since they provide the tester for some flavours

5. Superkart Indoor Karting

Lot 807 Jalan Bangi Lama, Semenyih 43500, Malaysia +60 3-8724 9899
Excellent
80%
Good
20%
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5 based on 5 reviews

Superkart Indoor Karting

Superkart Indoor Karting is Malaysia's largest indoor gokart center..one stop gokart center for adult & child in Malaysia.

Reviewed By LeoOngTA

Went with a couple of friends twice to try out their indoor Karting.
There is a common airconditioned area for visitors as well as drivers to rest before their races.
There is also an outdoor area for you to view the races.
These people take their business seriously. I remember the first time the track was quite dusty which resulted in a lot of skidding. We provided this feedback to the management and the next time I was there the difference was incredible! Almost no skidding due to dust which resulted in better times.
I highly recommend this place whether you're looking for a fun place for casual driving or even if you wish to organize competitive races. Do give them a go!

6. Sak Dato Temple

No 4 Jalan Besar | Broga, Lenggeng 71750, Malaysia
Excellent
40%
Good
20%
Satisfactory
40%
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4 based on 5 reviews

Sak Dato Temple

Reviewed By 4vifkr - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Having friends visiting in KL for a day & don't know where to bring them? This place offers a quick, not-far-from the city alternative. The temple seats on a hill where a hanging bridge leads to a short climb to the viewing point. Here you can get a full view of the surrounding hills & the valley in the distance. Here too can you get a free dose of fresh air which is quite coveted if you're a city resident.
There are a number of restaurants around which will be worth the trip. One of these serves fish & veges wrapped in foil & cooked on charcoal served piping hot on the foil itself.
Not bad for a short drive from KL.

7. Putra Mosque

Putrajaya, Malaysia +60 3-8888 5678
Excellent
53%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 850 reviews

Putra Mosque

Reviewed By shettyuc - Mumbai, India

We arrived at the mosque around 1.30 PM when it was closed for prayers. We waited until 2.0 pm for the gates to be opened to general public. As we were nonmuslim my wife was required to put on an additional dress before entering the mosque.
We were impressed with this beautiful mosque on the banks of the river Putra.

8. Gu Xing Natural Vitality

Jalan Broga, Semenyih 43500, Malaysia
Excellent
0%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
25%
Poor
25%
Terrible
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3.5 based on 4 reviews

Gu Xing Natural Vitality

Reviewed By Ronwjs - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Just a short trip from Kuala Lumpur for some Kampung experience. Tried the famous Ikan Bakar Broga. Not really up to expectation, smells but with an enjoyable view. You have to travel pass Sek Dato the Monkey God hill to reach the restaurant. got some orchids along the way at a very cheap price. I was hoping to buy durians King of fruit but not available until June..Also travel to rabbit farm and Hutan Rekreasi (forest reserved) Sungai Tekala but the crowd there was tremendous during holiday season. You can also visit the Semenyih Fish Farm valley which is much more nicer and also can do some light fishing.

9. IOI City Mall

Lebuhraya Lembah Kelang Selatan, Putrajaya 60520, Malaysia +60 3-8328 8899
Excellent
33%
Good
56%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 380 reviews

IOI City Mall

IOI City Mall, a brand new lifestyle and entertainment regional mall for all. IOI City, a mixed used developments through its retails and commercial components consists of IOI City Mall, two block of green office towers and a 5-star business hotel. Costing RM1.5 billion on 33.5 acres of land, the built-up area is more than 8 million square feet supported by more than 7,500 car park bays over 3 basement levels. The total 1.4 million square feet of net lettable retail area of four levels with 420 specialty shops, anchor tenant include GOLDEN SCREEN CINEMAS, HOMEPRO, INDEX LIVING MALL, PARKSON and TESCO. Other highlights of the mall is the Olympic sized Icescape ice skating rink and an indoor entertainment park called District 21. It provides a complete shopping, leisure and dining experience at the South of Klang Valley.

Reviewed By Nur H

various shops !! good for shopping too many people in the weekend!! parking fee too high !! weekdays rm2 , weekend rm4 , please make a larger surau !! too packed with people !! unable to pray comfortably esp during maghrb

10. Semenyih Lake Country Club

Jalan TTS 1/1, Semenyih 43500, Malaysia +60 19-219 5561
Semenyih Lake Country Club

Nestled within Taman Tasik Semenyih and strategically fronting a 20 acre landscaped lake garden - the exclusive Semenyih Lake Country Club was purposefully and tastefully designed to take in breath-taking views for both visitors and residents alike The private clubhouse sits on a 2 acre site and exudes an atmosphere of tranquility and warmth upon gracing its steps. A wide range of facilities are available on site including: Swimming Pool, Children's Wading Pool, Jacuzzi, Fully Equipped Gym, Futsal Court, Children's Playground, Changing Rooms, Gazebos, Karaoke Room, Pool & Foosball Tables and Cafeteria All of our above facilities are open for daily use

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