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ATV Adventure Ride Park Kampung Kemensah from Kuala Lumpur
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ATV Adventure Ride Park Kampung Kemensah from Kuala Lumpur

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Feel the adrenaline rush and get out into nature with an off-road ATV ride in Kemensah, just outside the city. Zoom through the jungle to your choice of destinations: perhaps a 7-tier waterfall, perhaps the Sofea Jane Waterfall, perhaps the Klang Gates Dam, or perhaps a half-day thrill ride along rough terrain and river beds. Besides ATV tickets, your package includes door-to-door round-trip transfers from downtown Kuala Lumpur.
US$67.95 per adult
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Ainil I wrote a review Jan 2021
Shah Alam246 contributions69 helpful votes
Merdeka Square is the place where malaysians gather every year on 31st August to celebrate our independence day. Our Malaysian First Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al Haj photo proudly displayed here by the national flag pole . Do observe the beautiful colonial and historic building surrounding this merdeka square namely Sultan Abdul Samad Building, clock tower, KL City Gallery and Royal Selangor Club. Then stroll along the river of life until you reach its meeting point (near Agro Bank). Take photo with background of river and masjid Jamek ( one of oldest mosque in KL).
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Date of experience: January 2021
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tony12cu wrote a review Sep 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia3,252 contributions358 helpful votes
This is one place that is a total waste of time. There is no special feature and not even any form of shopping. And I am just amazed at why the tour groups still take tourists there - probably it is free. There are a lot more other better things to do in KL than to go look at some colonial court house, a cricket field with a huge flag pole in it.
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Date of experience: November 2019
3 Helpful votes
Alok Nahata wrote a review Jul 2020
Alor Setar, Malaysia6,189 contributions116 helpful votes
While driving around to my destination, happened to pass by Dataran Merdeka and stopped for while. It turned out to be a very nice place. The square has magnificent old colonial buildings which are very beautiful. Whole area is very nicely maintained and it is historically important too. Good for some nice photographs.
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Date of experience: June 2020
konstantinosd965 wrote a review May 2020
Athens, Greece2,707 contributions107 helpful votes
The Merdeka Square [(Dataran Merdeka), meaning Independence Square], in Kuala Lumpur is the place where the Malaysian flag has been raised for the first time on the Independence Day (31 August 1957) from the British and remains there until now, this square was former cricket green (Selangor Club) and is easy accessible by LRT train (Station Masjid Jamek) and has a lot of attractions around (in walking distance). I was amazing by the very high flagpole (about 100 meters high,12th in the world) and the giant Malaysian flag, by the historical background of the Merdeka Square, by the very important colonial buildings around the square [(e.g. Sultan AbduI Samad Building), Royal Selangor Club, St. Mary’s Cathedral, etc.] and I consider Merdeka Square as an important historical sightseeing of the country (worth visiting).
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Date of experience: February 2020
2 Helpful votes
baghdadlian wrote a review Mar 2020
Montreal, Canada3,280 contributions173 helpful votes
We went to Merdeka square and walked around taking pictures. We saw St Mary's Cathedral, The Sultan Abdul Samad Building, River of Life, The Merdeka Square Flapole, I Love KL Sign all are within walking distance from each other ...Enjoyed Ourselves
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Date of experience: February 2020
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