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Selangor ~ Beach & Nature


Morib Beach
This quiet little seaside spot has a small but attractive beach, with swaying palms and lapping waves. A compact but idyllic park borders the beach, with the wind whispering through the tall shady Casuarinas trees. On weekends, food stalls sprout to cater for visitors.

Bagan Lalang Beach
Located in Sepang is a quiet and tranquil beach surrounding. It has various restaurants that serve various fish and other seafood dishes and is open until late night. It is well known for its “Ikan Bakar” or barbecue fish.


For more secluded picnic and bathing spots, travel along the Kuala Lumpur-Hulu Langat road to reach the Sungai Chongkak Recreational Forest, Sungai Lallang Recreational Forest, Sungai Gabai Waterfalls, Sungai Tekala Waterfalls, and Sungai Batangsi Waterfalls. In the easternmost district in Selangor, Hulu Langat, offers Taman Rimba Ampang, Sungai Tekala Recreation Park, Batangsi, Waterfalls, Semenyih Dam and Pansoon Dam

Kampung Kuantan Fireflies
Just outside Kuala Selangor town is the quiet hamlet of Kampung Kuantan, site of one of the largest firefly colonies in the world. The nocturnal tours are extremely popular, with boats hired at the jetty. Watching this spectacular dance of the fireflies make this a memorable experience. This shimmering bug known as in Malay as “kelip-kelip” (‘glittering’) gather in their millions at the mangrove swamps by the banks of the Sungai Selangor. 

The swamps stretch more than 18km along the river. While the fireflies is an all-year phenomenon, the best time to see them is at high tide and with a moonless sky just after the rain, between 7pm and 9pm.
Location: Kampung Kuantan is about 56km NW of Kuala Lumpur

Sungai Gabai Waterfalls
On the same road to Sungai Chongkak in Hulu Langat district, is the refreshing site of the Sungai Gabai Waterfalls. Several falls cascade down over 100 meters, culminating in a broad, photogenic plunge into a series of small pools suitable for swimming. The Sungai Batangsi Waterfalls and Sungai Lallang Recreational Forest are down the same road to Hulu Langat.

Sungai Chongkak Recreational Forest
This lush recreational forest is a scenic 33-kilometres from Kuala Lumpur. It nestles beside orchards and tropical rainforests, with facilities available for camping, picnicking and swimming. Chalets are available for rent, and hawkers ply a wide variety of food and drinks on weekends.

Templer's Park
Located just north of Kuala Lumpur are a series of lush forest parks. Templer's Park, the first, gives the area its name. In actual fact, it is an expansive area of forests and cascading waterfalls nestling beside the Serendah Forest Reserve and the landscaped Commonwealth Forest Park. The latter has accommodation and camping facilities for the adventurous.

Sungai Tekala Recreational Forest
This recreation park is a great hide-out for a weekend picnic. 
Location: Sungai Tekala.

Paya Indah Wetland Sanctuary
Formerly a barren land caused by exhaustive tin mining activities, it is now a showcase of integrated conservation and development project being restored to its natural state comprising lakes, peat swamps and lowland forest. Covering 3100 hectares, it is now home to more than 142 species of aquatic and terrestrial plants. It offers meandering paths and boardwalks that lead to the lake.

Suitable for nature based activities such as fishing, bird watching, nature tours, jungle trekking, camping, bike and horse riding, canoeing, boating, and picnics.
Location: 15 Km north of KLIA.



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