Selangor Attractions

Top Things to Do in Selangor

Things to Do in Selangor

Top Attractions in Selangor

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What travellers are saying

  • Jamndoughnuts
    Puchong, Malaysia31 contributions
    One of my all time favourite shopping destinations. It has everything you can possibly think of from food options to clothing. Always come back here for more experiences.
    Written 11 November 2021
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  • Anastasia (@monk3yseendo)
    Malaysia1,600 contributions
    Being the largest mosque on Malaysia, distinguishable by its prominent blue and silver finishings, we decided to make a quick photo stop.

    We were greeted with a very peaceful and zen vibe. Makes a nice stroll on the weekend. But it can get pretty warm during midday. Carpark lots are a plenty. Overall, worth a visit.

    Our full review and more photos are on Instagram (@monk3yseendo)
    Written 3 May 2021
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  • John D
    Bradenton, FL488 contributions
    While the course is not used for F1 at the present time, our tour guide, Nik, did an outstanding job! She personally took us everywhere on the course. Her details were wonderful. We live in hometown of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and now we want a tour just like Nik gave us. Such a great tour. Thank you Nik!
    Written 6 February 2020
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  • Sharon A
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia77 contributions
    Went on Raya Day3 which was still a public holiday so the place was packed full of people. Definitely no social distancing at all.

    Anyways, we almost missed our boat because we were waiting at the wrong jetty. Do take note: There are numerous tour operators operating out of different jetties. So call your tour operator as soon as you arrive to check whether you are at the right jetty or not.
    And DON’T BE LATE. Even if your boat may wait for you, the tide will not.

    Once you reach the Sky Mirror, you’ll need to climb down the boat ladder and wade through knee high see water. (And vice versa when you get back.)
    At first, there was nothing to see - just a mud flat in the middle of the sea. But when the tide started to fall away, exposing more of the mud flat, all the tour operators started shaping the mud to create little pools of water. And that’s when the magic starts 🥰
    Our tour operator, Vivian was simply marvellous and oh-so-patient. There were 26 of us and she obliged our requests for Group and Individual photo shoots for over an hour 😍
    The shots are taken using your own phone camera and for some reason, iPhone gives the best effect. Your phone must be IP67 rated because the shots are taken right at the waterline.
    You don’t need to wear swimwear but do be prepared for the occasional splash of water and mud by stupids goofing around.
    Wear brightly coloured t-shirts, shorts and hats as these colours will really pop in the photos.
    There is a lot of waiting around for your turn so bring along a portable stool if you cannot stand continuously for 1 hour. Sunblock and umbrella is a must because you will be standing under direct midday sun.
    Written 11 May 2022
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  • Neha U
    Mumbai, India5 contributions
    Suited for people of all ages, i really enjoyed the wave pool something I had not seen before. They have a couple of high end water slides for people who enjoy visiting water parks. They even have a facility for lockers in case you need to keep your valuables safe. It has changing & shower rooms too which is separate for men and women which was hygienic. It has a cafeteria which serves both vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian food which was decent.
    Written 20 October 2020
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  • Itravel0ne
    Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia1,825 contributions
    We came on a Thursday afternoon with not many people around. Parking is easy and it was easy to climb the steep steps to the cave on top as it is not crowded. The cave is huge with a temple there. Some devotees can be seen chanting as they climb up the steps. There are many monkeys around but they are not invasive. So we just leave them alone.
    Written 6 January 2022
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  • GAN L
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia8,696 contributions
    A sanctuary for many mammals and birds. The park is also important economically because the conservation of mangroves enhances the local fishing industry. There are many trails to attempt and we took the 1.5 km mangrove walkway and observe the different flora and fauna along the trail. Was a cool walk among nature. We came across a watch tower and two gazebos. Unfortunately access was not possible as the condition of the structures was not safe.
    Written 6 February 2019
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  • cInD33
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia423 contributions
    Quite nearby the city for 30 mins drive uphill on the way to ulu yam passing by Empangan Batu (water reservoir). Minimal entrance fee at RM1 for an adult and RM0.50 for a kid. The park allows bbq picnic. There are camping sites for those who plan to camp at the park. Unfortunately toilet are poorly maintained and lightings were down. The bright side of the park is the cool running streams which good for a dip. Quite an enjoyable trip for family.
    Written 21 February 2019
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  • Anne
    1 contribution
    It's unique, classy and we really enjoyed it. My aged parents enjoyed it as well, especially the kurtos...
    Written 12 October 2021
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  • WongHY17
    Subang Jaya, Malaysia310 contributions
    Subang Parade first opened in 1988, and it was THE place to be.
    Longest shopping centre in Southeast Asia, complete with well known tenants like Parkson, Toys“R”Us, MPH bookstore, Yamaha music school, and Oversea restaurant. My family used to travel all the way from KL to enjoy fast food at Grandy's during the glorious 90's. This mall has a simple layout, and they have elevated ramps for us to move from one floor to another.

    Competition from newer malls like Empire Shopping Gallery, Aeon Big, and Sunway Pyramid has badly affected Subang Parade. The MCO was another major blow. Many shops has closed down and escalators going down to LG Floor were not functioning.

    Despite all these changes, I will continue to come for nostalgia's sake. With the right investors and management team, I believe Subang Parade can rise again.
    Written 12 May 2022
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  • Deskila
    1 contribution
    Went on 17 Mac.. Purchased 6 X 1 Day pass online. Our bad, after a whole it started to drizzle. They close Itsy Bitsy section, we waited for quiet some time but it was remained closed and there were no staff to explained anything except the security guy.. Even when rain was almost stopped ni one was there.. We left by 10.30pm after the kids started to get unsettled. Waste of money & time
    Written 18 March 2022
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  • Dani Ion
    3 contributions
    Thank you so much , really liked the place and the atmosphere would love to visit again , thank you again
    Written 30 November 2019
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  • Zecky S
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia142 contributions
    Interesting place visited.
    Situated on top of a hill which we can view the coastal area of the river banks and the mangrove swamps nearby
    The lighthouse is also situated on top of the hill
    The excitement begins when lots of monkeys gathers around us. They are friendly. We could feed them with food sold there only for the monkeys
    Remains of fire-guns tells us that it is use during the colonial period to protect the area.
    Maps of the said Bukit Malawati, Kuala Selangor is well displayed for easy reference to visitors.
    Written 7 March 2020
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  • Adi Farhan @ SEU338E
    Penang Island, Malaysia109 contributions
    Went here from time to time to go to h&m, sushi king and other outlets. It was okay to just browsing or have dinner here with family.
    Written 12 June 2020
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  • Melanie_Yeoh
    Semenyih, Malaysia1,010 contributions
    My tour provider was D Tours Kuala Selangor. We just need to collect tickets once at the counter and get ready at the jetty around 5pm. Everyone put on their life jackets and we headed out on a boat to see the captain feed the eagles in the evening. He dropped us back at jetty and we went for dinner.

    We gathered back at the jetty around 7pm, boarded the boat and headed out again. Please do remember to apply your mosquito repellent beforehand, they do sell it on the boat too. We saw so many fireflies mating in the bushes at night, they were like Christmas lights, lit up the trees in the dark by the river.

    Then we headed back out to the estuary. This time we were given a tiny net attached to a long pole. We were asked to move the net around in the water. We saw blue light, it's the bioluminescent algae. You can only see with your naked eyes, unique experience. It rained in the morning, so the guide told us we weren't seeing many. If it's concentrated, we may see a bright and vivid blue light over the water surface when the boat or anything disturb it. We managed to see it glow dimly, was not able to take any photos though, we had a great time and it was educational too.
    Written 27 August 2020
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