玩童无界行者无疆Malaysia's "sky mirror", like the sea like the sky, the beauty of dreams, the most magical is, sitting on a small boat, flying in the gray blue, blue, blue... the sea, in a short while can go directly down, stroll, leisurely shoot, do not remember which is the shore, which is the sea..., magical dazzling tour...!
享受生活的每一天The National Zoo of Malaysia is also a popular local attraction. I personally think that the area of the overall park is quite large. You can spend a whole day here. The animals here are super cute.
青青岛-The scenic area is about 70 kilometers away. If there is no traffic jam on weekdays, it takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes to drive. On holidays, it takes about 1 and a half to 2 hours. Because when I go there, there are some road sections widening works. It is difficult to predict the time. The attraction is really not very big. There is a historic fort and a small memorial. It will end in about 20 minutes. There is a monkey gathering place in the back. A bag of leaf banana and sweet potato mixture for 10 MYR is on sale. Be sure to hold the bag well Although the monkey is gentle, there are some individuals who are too anxious to grab bags with you. You can also bring some snacks and fruit biscuits to feed. The monkey has a long tail, so don't step on it. There are only sightseeing cars that go up the mountain on holidays. Usually there is no. Even the monkey interaction takes only 1 hour, which is suitable for leisure travel.
Rachel315Kuala Selangor is a place suitable for going out to sea, suitable for young people! In the morning, you can take a boat to watch the sunrise and check in with the beauty of the sky! In the afternoon, you can go to the natural park, the ecological protection is very good, and you can see monkeys all over the mountains! Go out to sea to see fireflies and blue tears at night! There are a lot of mosquitos
_FB***01A remote beach area near to Kuala Lumpur. My escape place from the hassle and stressful days in town. You can get reasonable price chalet around the area. I always stay at Seri Bayu Resort Apartment. Its just a walking distance from the beach.
Blue Mosque (Masjid Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz/Biru)Shah Alam,Malaysia
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Bagan Lalang BeachSepang,Malaysia
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The Thai Chetawan Temple (Wat Chetawan)Petaling Jaya,Malaysia
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It's like 17 km north of Kuala Lumpur, lies this magestic BATU CAVES!!! ❤️
They said its a limestone hills.
272 steep steps to reach the cave.
No short shorts allowed.
You need to wear a sarong or malong (long cloth) in order for you to be allowed to go up in the cave.
You can rent it at the base for like 5 ringgit.
On the way up, bunch of little monkeys will greet you. Snatching your food. (so please don't hold any food in your hand when you want to go up there)
Standing magnificently on the base infront of the cave is a 140 feet tall statue of Lord Murugan.
The statue alone is like built by the Gods themselves.
Reaching the top, lies the cathedral.
Some devotees pray in there. 🙏
It's really a nice experience to do this.
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Bukit Batu Chondong’s similarity in topography to Bukit Tabur, its proximity to Kuala Lumpur city centre and its nearly unspoiled views make it an increasingly sought out destination amongst hikers.
Sections of the trail weave in and out of Hulu Gombak Forest Reserve placing it under the purview of the Selangor Forestry Department. This usually means a permit to enter is necessary.
Bukit Batu Chondong’s accessibility is another reason for its growing popularity. Depending on your fitness level, it takes between 20 to 40 minutes to get from the trailhead on Jalan Taman Zooview to the first of Bukit Batu Chondong’s 6 lookout points.
Distance-wise it’s a paltry 700 metres, but … it’s all uphill, some of it steep, with the final stretch requiring a little bit of rope work and a certain level of confidence. Don’t worry though, no death-defying rock climbing is required, regardless of what you’re seen or read.
Tucked away in the lush rainforest of Kuala Kubu Bharu in Hulu Selangor, The Sticks is a quaint eco-resort built on a former tin mining site. Built with environmental sustainability in mind, the resort generates electricity through solar power, sources water from a nearby stream, and the space was constructed with minimal clearance and disturbance to its natural surroundings.
Located just an hour away from Kuala Lumpur, The Sticks is a perfect off-the-grid nature escape - you'll get to leap into the arms of nature without having to venture too far off the city. This nature hideaway allows you to go on adventurous nature walks, take a refreshing dip in the stream, lie back and stargaze from a spacious wooden verandah, or 'pamper' yourself to a lazy nap in your tendok (the affectionate name for rooms at The Sticks that are a cross between a tent and a pondok). Urbanites craving for a cool, quiet, and restful getaway will get what you need at this secluded sanctuary.
Bagan Lalang, Sepang
The obligatory activity you can try is kayaking near the mangrove swamp. Not far from kl, this place is near Sepang.
Relax in nature, if you are lucky, you can see eagles, monkeys, mud crabs, and other muddy habitats.
Lots of great packages to come across, one of which is from Mangrove Kayaking. Package includes professional guide, lunch and e-certificate.
Air Terjun Sungai Lepoh is an easily accessible hiking, waterfall and picnic site located in Selangor State Park, just ten minutes’ drive from the popular Hutan Lipur Sungai Congkak and Gunung Nuang Recreational Forest as well as thirty minutes’ drive from the equally famous Gabai Waterfalls.
The area the waterfalls are in is surrounded by homestays, adventure companies and mostly simple nature resorts, all easily spotted during the hour-long drive it takes to get there from Kuala Lumpur city center.
A long street filled with shop houses and more adventure outfits leads to the starting point of a 1.5 hour hike that takes you inside the beautiful forest where the waterfalls are situated.
Clearly-marked signs are in place throughout the easy to moderate trail, which contains a steep section that may slow down even the fittest of hikers.
Lepoh Waterfalls are particularly known for its natural ‘slide’, which is a large, flat and extremely smooth rock formation that visitors often use to glide into a small lagoon near the bottom.
There are also cozy gazebos and huts, perfect for family picnics, available for rent near the entrance of the hike.
Discovery Park at Gamuda Cove is set to offer an exciting and unique experience throughout two recreational zones – Adventure Park and Hangout Village.
Not your average recreation park, it aims to be the next key destination for local and international visitors.
Gamuda Land revealed at the launch of Gamuda Cove last September of the 80-acre rainforest-themed water theme park in the heart of its township. This theme park, called Discovery Park is the next tourism and entertainment centre that will offer fun for everyone, spectacular signs, and nature-based activities in three recreational zones: Adventure Park, Hangout Village, and Sports Park.
Batu Caves is one of the top few attractions in Malaysia . This Hindu temple is a must visit place in Selangor area. It is located quite high up to the hill . When the moment u reached up to the hill by stairs, you will get to see limestone caves housing Hindu temple , shrines and a huge deity statue . This is a place for hindu to worship. The environment very nature and peaceful . It is worth climbing the stairs . The whole place is very magnificent. Worth the visit. You can get to this place conveniently by train . Either Gombak metro station or Batu Caves train station . Hope to visit here again when travel restrictions ease.
i-City is located in Shah Alam, Selangor. It is listed by CNN Travel to be amongst the world’s brightest and most colorful places. i-City dazzles the nightscapes with stunning LED lightscapes dubbed the City of Digital Lights. Tourists, especially families looking all out for unlimited experiential fun will be able enjoy all the exciting rides and attractions in i-City Leisure Theme Park. #lightshow #malaysia #malaysiatravel
Had a chance to fly with Malaysia Airlines Business Class on Jakarta route. What makes special, they operated A330 aircraft ex-Air Berlin with its original seat! At the airport i paid a visit to 2 MH’s lounges and CX’s loung as well. Despite a short flight on a bit tight seat, 2 hours journey was unforgetable. I also had malay food which was great. #flightview #flights #businessclass