Maybe a trip to Selangor is a good way to get back into your globe-trotting routines once travel restrictions are finally lifted. These six underrated destinations in Selangor might give you some idea on where to go first for your post-MCO travels.
Klang, Selangor is a well-known royal town that captivates local and international tourists with their culture and history. For an unforgettable time in Klang, check out this ultimate 1-day itinerary guide.
Planning a trip to Selangor? I you wish to experience something more autentic than what the glitzy hotels have to offer, you may want to consider putting up in one of these six interesting homestays that let you experience village lifestyle, art and culture in Selangor.
Selangor has many interesting sites to visit and experience. Among them are eco-tourism hotspots that lets you partake in a wealth of outdoor and nature-based activities.
There are many historical museums which can be visited to commemorate the heroes who fought for the Malay land from the colonies of European countries. Historic visits to Malaysia have never been disappointing in offering meaningful and significant memories. It is especially important to cultivate the spirit of love for the country and strengthen the unity among the people.
If you only have one day in Selangor, take this chance to explore the most out of Kuala Langat district, located at the Southwestern part of the state. This district is not only rich in agricultural produce, but is also known for its incredible cultural and historical attractions.
As states in Malaysia are gradually welcoming domestic travellers following implementation of Recovery Movement Controlled Order (RMCO) until Aug 31, Selangor too has recently doubled its appeal on providing comfort, convenience while emphasising safety and cleanliness for tourists who are planning to visit Selangor. Here are some safety and health measures that Selangor State has implemented to ensure you’ll have peace of mind when you ‘Pusing Selangor dulu!’
A land with over 190,889 of population, Sepang first began to develop as a town in Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi. Now, not only it houses two of Malaysia’s main international airports and acts as a gateway to the country. It is also famously known for the Sepang International Circuit that holds various motorsports events.
The history of cartoons and comics in Malaysia and how they developed from the 1930s to the present day, there’s no better place to visit than the Malaysia Cartoon and Comic House at the KL Lake Gardens (Taman Botani Perdana). The museum opened its doors to visitors in April 2017.