Welcome to Selangor, Malaysia

If  you feel like wandering.


Selangor is a state on the west coast peninsula of Malaysia encircling Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia. Selangor is the place to visit as it promises a wide range of attractions to fulfil the desire of it's visitors. With it's rich cultural heritage, nature of beauty,  outdoor activities as well as a wide selection of shopping centers, visitors will be spoilt for choice. Before it was declared a Federal Territory, Kuala Lumpur was part of Selangor. Arch was built commissioned by the late Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah, to mark the occasion. The Kota Darul Ehsan Arch.


Getting Around

Taxis, trains and buses are the main modes of transportation within the state. The KTM Komuter train service offers hassle-free accessibility to most part of state, including towns such as Klang, Port Klang, Bangi, Kajang, Batu Caves and Subang Jaya. Selangor is linked to Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya ( other destinations in the central region) by trains and buses. Car rental services are very much available.

KLIA Transit (Express RailLink) www.kliaekspres.com

Places of Interest

BATU CAVES


It is located in a limestone outcrop. Batu Caves is an amazing cave temple. It consists three big caves with the main cave housing ornate Hindu shrines. This tourist destination draws massive international crowd during Thaipusam, an annual festival which pays homage to Lord Muruga. There, a statue of Lord Muruga that stands 140 feet which can be seen from afar. Batu Caves is 13km north of Kuala Lumpur that is accessible by KTM Komuter train service. Alternatively, visitors can arrange the trip with their tour operators.

      One of the highlights of the visit here is climbing the 272 steps leading up to the temple. Putting your stamina to the test.

BLUE MOSQUE 


It is the country's largest mosque and second largest mosque in Southeast Asia after Istiqlal mosque of Jakarta in Indonesia. It soars 350 feet above the ground and measures 170 feet in width. Blue mosque was completed in 1988. It was built to celebrate the Shah Alam being dedicated as the new capital of the state of Selangor.


FRIM (Forest Research Institute of Malaysia.)

Kepong

Hop into a natural enclave filled with Malaysia's flora and fauna. This 486ha is ideal for nature lover and outdoor adventurist. FRIM is about 16km from Kuala Lumpur. Visit the herb gardens to view some15,000 species of plants.



Visit Selangor for a never-ending discovery.