Located at the meeting point of Straits of Malacca and the Selangor River, Kuala Selangor is a beautiful small town with yummy seafood and mesmerizing tourist attractions. From nature lovers to history diggers, this town has everything for everyone. You can either plan a day trip to Selangor or plan a long vacation.
You shouldn’t miss the opportunity of clicking some great pictures in Sky Mirror Island, buying some fresh fish at a cheap price, and tasting the seafood in Kuala Selangor. You don’t need to be Chinese to try out the seafood as there are some Muslim restaurants too. Complete justice to Muslims!
Now that you seem already very excited to plan your trip to Kuala Selangor and know more about the place, let me not make you wait any longer.
The Top 30 Tourist Attractions in Kuala Selangor
1. Remis Beach
The peaceful sound of waves crashing on the beach, beautiful sunset, surrounding seafood restaurants and stalls make Pantai Remis a popular beach in Kuala Selangor. Though Remis Beach is not safe for swimming, you can fly a kite on this windy beach or go fishing.
Kuala Selangor Remis Beach becomes crowded with tourists, especially during weekends and public holidays. Many seafood stalls surrounding the beach serve Malay style seafoods, and the most preferred seafood at Remis Beach is broiled fish.
Pantai Remis or Remis Beach of Kuala Selangor is also popular for fishing. So, if you are a fishing enthusiast, you can try your luck by casting your bait out into the sea. You never know you might catch a fish here!
Location: Jalan Pantai Remis, Kampung Dungun, 45800 Jeram, Selangor, Malaysia
2. Sky Mirror
During low tide, the Sky Mirror Island reflects an image of the sky, which makes it one of the most impressive attractions of the country. The island remains submerged during high tide and shows its magic during low tide.
The island has been named so because of the mirror image of the sky that it creates. Not only the sky, but anyone or anything standing above it will also get a mirror image. Because of this magical mirror effect, hundreds to thousands of local tourists gather here to get a glimpse of the magical place and click some epic shots.
Sky Mirror is basically a seabed that appears only for a few hours during low tide. The island is huge, most probably as huge as a hundred football fields. It is also a habitat for sea clams, baby clams, crabs, snails, and a variety of marine agriculture. You will be astonished by the beautiful sight of tiny baby clams glittering like diamonds in the sunlight.
Location: Jalan Sultan Mahmud, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia
Opening Hours: Everyday | 6:00 am – 10:00 pm
Various boat tour agencies provide boat tours to Sky Mirror. One of them is the Rainbow Sky Mirror Jetty. You can also try with Klook arranged skymirror experience tours with discounted price!
Rainbow Sky Mirror Jetty
Location: Jalan Pawang Ghaffar, Kampung Bagan, Sg, Buloh, Sasaran, 45 800 Jeram, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Contact: +60125551628, +60162660628
Price: Adult (Malaysian) – RM75
Children (Malaysian) – RM60
Adult (Non-Malaysian) – RM90
Children (Non-Malaysian) – RM70
Children = Below 12 Years Old
(Discount is given to group more than 4 persons)
Sky Mirror Jetty Kuala Selangor
Location: Jalan Sultan Mahmud, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Contact: +60107785555 / +60193809722 / +60105091007
Tour Length: 45 Minutes
Time: 8pm, 9pm & 10pm
Price: Malaysian – Adult: RM25
Malaysian – Children: RM20
Non-Malaysian – Adult: RM50
Non-Malaysian – Children: RM40
3. Bukit Melawati
The relics of the past, the Altingsburgh Lighthouse, a large rock slab named Batu Hampar, and the Poisoned Well are the highlights of the hillfort Bukit Melawati or Melawati Hill. The hillfort was the administrative centre of the Selangor Sultanate in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Bukit Melawati was constructed by the local Malays during the 16th century. The Dutch captured the fort during the early 18th century. Later on, in the late 18th century, Sultan Ibrahim recaptured the fort with the help of his two brothers, Penggawa Tua and Bendahara Adb. However, the fort was destroyed during the Klang War (also known as the Selangor Civil War).
For those who are interested in the history of Bukit Melawati, there are several remnants, a few leftover cannons and foundation stones at the location. The main highlights attract several curious tourists every year. Moreover, Kuala Selangor Historical Museum is a few steps away from Melawati Hill. The museum displays ancient weapons, collections of relics, artefacts, specimens of old currencies, dioramas, etc.
If you aren’t much interested in historical stuff, let me tell you that Melawati Hill is home to the local long-tailed macaques and silvered leaf monkeys. The silvered leaf monkeys at Melawati Hill are accustomed to human presence but feeding the monkeys is highly discouraged. Another mentionable thing here is that the top of the hill offers an excellent panoramic view of the Straits Of Malacca and a beautiful sunset.
Location: Bukit Melawati 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor
4. Tram Ride
When you are in Kuala Selangor, you shouldn’t miss a tram ride. Trams go from the bottom of Melawati Hill to the top. You can enjoy the panoramic views of Kuala Selangor as you go uphill on a tram. The price of tickets during weekends is RM 5 for adults and RM 3 for children aged between 3-12 years.
5. Perigi Beracun
Perigi Beracun or the Poisoned Well is a mentionable reason why people visit Bukit Melawati. There’s an interesting history behind this well. People say that the water of the well had been contaminated by a watery solution mixed with irritants, such as latex and bamboo shoots, that causes itchiness.
It was made such to punish the traitors of the sultan. They were dropped into the well and the contaminated water would rise to the height of their chin and cause them great distress. Now, it has been covered with iron grates for health and safety. So, the curious visitors may have a close-range view of the well.
6. Royal Mausoleum
Royal Mausoleum, the burial ground for the first three Sultans of Selangor, closed to the general public, is also located near Bukit Melawati. Overall, you can learn a lot about the local history of Kuala Selangor from Bukit Melawati and its nearby attractions.
Location: Bukit Melawati, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
7. Blue Tears
Blue Tears is an impressive natural nighttime phenomenon formed due to the glowing light produced by clusters of certain marine algae named Dinoflagellates. The phenomenon occurs when the water is disturbed by motion.
Blue Tears is also known as fireflies in the water. Generally, such phenomena are seen on the seashore, but in Kuala Selangor, you can witness it at the meeting point of the Selangor River and the Straits of Malacca.
The best time to enjoy the scenic beauty of Blue Tears is during the 1st, 2nd and 3rd days of the month on the lunar calendar. Also, during warmer months, Blue Tears is in its best state as the algae grow in higher concentrations.
To enjoy the beautiful scenery of Blue Tears, you have to get on a speedboat from the Sky Mirror Jetty. The speedboats for the Blue Tears tour leaves at 8, 9 and 10 pm, and each ride is of 45 minutes.
Kuala Selangor, one of the largest firefly colonies in the world, offers beautiful and unique views of fireflies while cruising through the Selangor River. While you board the boat, the thick darkness will make you a bit nervous at first, but in a matter of seconds, you will see the shores well lit up with fireflies.
There are two places in Kuala Selangor where you can enjoy the wonderful natural light from the fireflies. One of them is located in Bukit Belimbing, while the other one is in Kampung Kuantan.
09. Firefly Park Resort Bukit Belimbing
The resort is along the riverbank and provides comfortable and ecologically harmless chalets as accommodation for the tourists. Boats leave from the park a while after sunset, as the beauty of fireflies can only be witnessed during the night.
Location: Jalan Haji Omar, Kampung Bukit Belimbing, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Firefly Trip fees: Adult (Malaysian) – RM16
Children (Malaysian) – RM9
Adult (Non-Malaysian) – RM25
Time: Everyday | 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
10. Firefly Park Kampung Kuantan
Near the Firefly Park Kampung Kuantan, there is ample parking space for tourists and an information centre to buy some souvenirs.
Location:Kampung Kuantan Firefly Park, Jalan Rawang, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Firefly Boat Trip fees: Malaysian – RM60.00 per boat (Maximum 4 persons)
Non-Malaysian – RM100.00 per boat (Maximum 4 persons)
About 20 minutes per trip
Time: Everyday | 7:45 pm – 10:30 pm
11. Sasaran Art Park
Sasaran Art Park, also known as Sasaran Art Gallery, is famous for organizing a large-scale international art festival every 3 years since 2008. The gallery is managed by Sasaran Arts Association.
It is a two-story art gallery, with the upper floor as an exhibition space and the lower one as an activity centre. The art centre is a venue for both local and international art festivals or exhibitions to promote arts and culture.
The gallery was constructed with the mindset to make Sasaran a well-known art village. After the gallery was set up, the villagers of Sasaran who once used to be ignorant of art are now appreciators of art. The festivals that took place in Sasaran Art Park received an enthusiastic response from artists from all over the world. It is hoped that the art gallery will attract more artists from home and abroad in the upcoming years.
Location: B104, Jalan Sasaran, Sasaran, Jeram 45 800 Jeram, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Everyday | 6:00 am – 12:00 am
Contact: +60 12-257 9057
12. Pasir Penambang Fishing Village
Located along the Selangor River, Pasir Penambang fishing village attracts many tourists from Kuala Lumpur, Klang Valley, and all around the globe. Most tourists visit the village to taste the popular, cheap and fresh seafood and to get an idea of the fishermen living in this area. The local people here are really welcoming and friendly, so you’d enjoy a memorable time in the village.
13. Pasir Penambang Wet Market
Pasir Penambang Wet Market, located near the Pasir Penambang fishing village, is the most popular seafood market in the area. The market is famous for selling fresh seafood at a low price. After around 6 hours of catching the fish from the ocean, they are directly brought to this market for selling. The best time to visit the market is around 2:00 pm as fishing boats return from the ocean during this time.
Location: Pasar Basah Pasir Penambang, Pasir Penambang, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia
Opening Hours: Everyday | 8.00 am – 6.00 pm
14Kuala Selangor Nature Park
With a width of 296 hectares, Kuala Selangor Nature Park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna. The park is divided into two parts; the major part is Tropical Rain Forest and the minor part Swamp Forest. It is managed by the Malaysian Nature Society (MNS). MNS preserves the park without any habitat damage.
Kuala Selangor Nature Park is a habitat for many wild bird species. It is assumed that there are around 150 species of birds in the park and around 100,000 wading birds of 30 species that visit the park during their annual migration. So, bird watching in this park is a very interesting thing to do.
You can also hike through the four trails to get a perfect view of the wildlife. Egret Trail, Pangolin Trail, Coastal Bund, and Langur Trail require 30 minutes, 50 minutes, 2 hours, and 2.5 hours of hiking, respectively.
Other than bird watching and hiking, there are some other interesting activities to do in Kuala Selangor Nature Park. You can search for snails, watch big iguanas, participate in the nature hunt group activity, or join the environment education package.
Location: Jalan Klinik, Kuala Selangor, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Entry fees: Adult – RM 4.00
Student (below 17 years old) – RM 1.00
MNS Members – RM2.00
Senior Citizen (above 60 years old) – RM 2.00
Children (below 7 years old) – Free
15. Mangrove Boardwalk
There’s a beautiful boardwalk in Kuala Selangor Nature Park. However, it’s not in a good condition right now. It is actually made of concrete. But as it remains covered in dead leaves most of the time, it becomes quite slippery underfoot.
Also, the wooden railings are broken in places so you must be very careful if you are taking children along. However, a walk over the boardwalk among the green mangrove trees can be very fascinating.
16. Sri Shakti Devasthanam Temple
Sri Shakti Devasthanam Temple is a Hindu Temple that was constructed based on Hindu architectural scriptures. It is located around 9.5 km from Kuala Selangor town centre and is sited on an elevated land of around 1 acre. The temple is considered to be a shining beacon of Hindu architectural excellence.
During the late 19th or early 20th century, Indian immigrants who came to Malaysia built a small wooden shrine in Bukit Rotan. That’s how Sri Shakti Devasthanam Temple came into being. Formerly, the temple was known as Sri Maha Mariamman Temple.
The temple was reconstructed in 2001 in adherence to the ancient Aghamas and Hindu scriptures. Before the reconstruction, all preliminary poojas were carried out. Sri Shakti Devasthanam Temple is probably the first and the only temple in Malaysia that was constructed after holding all the preliminary rituals.
10 million bricks, 100 tonnes of granite, 20,000 tonnes of steel bars, 25 tonnes of teakwood, 1,500 cubic metres of concrete, and 1.2 million person-hours were needed to construct the temple. It is encircled by a massive decorative wall, and the magnificent entrance is a multi-tiered shrine soaring 74 feet high. The entrance was sculptured with granite frames weighing up to 4 tonnes. It was carved by skilled craftsmen of Mahabalipuram in Tamilnadu, India.
Annually, around 10 important Hindu festivals and auspicious dates are celebrated in the temple. Monthly, festivals like Sanggadahara Chathurthi, Pournami, Amavasai and Pratyangara Homa are observed in Sri Shakti Devasthanam Temple. On a daily basis, poojas are conducted 5 times to ensure the blessings of Mother Shakti Mari Amman upon her devotees. Other than daily prayers, there are sets of different pooja packages for the devotees to sponsor and participate in.
Overall, Sri Shakti Devasthanam Temple, with its beautiful architectural and sculptural designs, and unique features, is a shining example of the best Indian architecture in Malaysia.
Location: Jalan Kuala Selangor, Bukit Rotan, 45700 Bukit Rotan, Selangor, Malaysia
Opening Hours: Everyday | 7:00 am – 12:00 pm, 5:00 pm – 9 pm(Hours might differ during Prophet’s ascension)
Entry fees: Free
17. Eagle Feeding
Eagle feeding is a very interesting thing to do in Kuala Selangor. Around 20-40 eagles fly over Selangor River at Pasir Penembang. Chicken skin is thrown by boatmen into the river by bait. All the eagles start competing with each other to grab the food.
You can enjoy the beautiful eagle feeding scene, which lasts around 20 minutes. Different eagle feeding tours are arranged by various boat tour agencies. The most famous tour agency among tourists for eagle feeding is the Sky Mirror Jetty.
Tour Length: 45 Minutes
Time: 5:00 pm, 6:00pm & 6:30pm
Fees: Malaysian – Adult: RM25
Malaysian – Children: RM20
Non-Malaysian – Adult: RM50
Non-Malaysian – Children: RM40
18. Bukit Jugra
Bukit Jugra is a hill located in the historical town Jugra in Kuala Langat. The hill has an elevation of 120 metres above sea level. Bukit Jugra or Jugra hill is popular among tourists for a variety of reasons. But the undulating terrain and scenic views of the hill popularize it for hiking or paragliding.
Paragliding in Bukit Jugra is conducted off the base of Bukit Jugra lighthouse. The lighthouse was built in 1976 and rises 146 meters above sea level. Each paragliding session lasts for 20 minutes with the help of an instructor.
If you are afraid of paragliding, you can get to the top of the lighthouse to get great views of the Straits of Malacca. You can also hike up to the lighthouse from Masjid Al-Muttaqin in Kampung Permatang Pasir. The trail is perfect for beginners and requires 1-1.5 hours to reach the lighthouse. It’s also possible to drive to the lighthouse if you don’t want to hike.
After you are done with your adventures on the hill, take a while to walk around Jugra. It is a historical town and former royal capital of Selangor. It has well-preserved buildings from the late 19th century that are examples of the artistic and glamorous past of the town. The place is also famous for Beggar’s Chicken, an ancient Chinese dish made with chicken and herbs.
19. Muzium Sejarah Daerah
Muzium Sejarah Daerah that once used to be the official residence of the Kuala Selangor District Officer, is now a popular District History Museum showcasing the history of Kuala Selangor.
Here you will learn about the early settlement, trading history, and fishing culture of Kuala Selangor. The display of traditional weapons in the museum makes the visit more interesting.
Location: No 1, Puncak Bukit Melawati, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Everyday | 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
20. Xi Ling Gong
Xi Ling Gong or Monkey God Temple is one of the major Chinese temples and a tourist attraction in Kuala Selangor. It was established in 1934, so it’s also one of the oldest Chinese temples in the town.
The temple is located along Jalan Feri Lama in Pasir Penambang. The beautiful ornate entrance arch with two pavilions behind, and a porch with a pair of dragon columns make the temple an attractive and interesting place to visit.
Qi Tian Da Sheng is the principal deity of the temple. He is a legendary mythical figure and one of the main characters in the 16th-century Chinese novel Journey to the West. He is also known as the Monkey King or Sun Wukong.
Location: 24, Tokong Jalan Bagan, Pasir Penambang, Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Everyday | 7:30 am – 5:30 pm
21. Hussin Fauzi Farm
Another interesting thing that you can do in Kuala Selangor is visiting Hussin Fauzi Farm. You can walk around the farm and watch the various animal species in the mini zoo. You can also feed a deer or ride a horse.
A variety of fun archery activities are also available at the farm. Outside the farm, food, toys, drinks, and clothes are sold. Hussin Fauzi Farm also raises funds for Maahad and the Maahad students are involved in managing the mini zoo.
Location: Batu 45, Kampung Teluk Penyamun, 45600 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Wednesday – Monday | 10:00 am – 6:00 pm (closed on Tuesday)
Most tourists visit Sekinchan to enjoy some time among the beautiful green paddy fields. The lush greenery makes this place perfect for a great time away from the hustles and bustles of Kuala Lumpur. This small town is around 27 minutes driving distance from Kuala Selangor. So, whenever you plan to visit Kuala Selangor, make sure to visit Sekinchan too.
There are also many beautiful and unique homestays in Sekinchan that are great for budget travelers.
Location: Sekinchan, 45400, Selangor
23. Qi Jian Xian Shi Fo Zu Gu Miao
Qi Jian Xian Shi Fo Zu Gu Miao, dedicated to Lord Buddha, is a famous tourist attraction in Kuala Selangor with unique architecture. It is a two-level temple and its upper level is an artificial cave.
The ground floor of the temple consists of the main prayer hall. Both the floors are connected by a prayer of grand staircases. The upper level of the temple was designed to imitate a mountainous scene.
The main deity of Qi Jian Xian Shi Fo Zu Gu Miao is Di Zang Wang Pu Sa. He is one of the four principal bodhisattvas in East Asian Mahayana Buddhism. Bodhisattvas are people who made resolutions to become a Buddha and also received a confirmation or prediction from a living Buddha that they will become a Buddha.
If we translate the name of Di Zang Wang Pu Sa, it will mean Earth Treasury, Earth Store, Earth Matrix, or Earth Womb. He is popular for his vow to take responsibility for the instruction of all beings in the six worlds between the death of Gautama Buddha and the rise of Maitreya. He also took a vow not to achieve Buddhahood until all hells are emptied.
That’s why he is often regarded as the bodhisattva of hell-beings, guardian of children and patron deity of deceased children and aborted fetuses in Japanese culture.
Location: Malaysia, Selangor, Kuala Selangor, Pasir Penambang, Jalan Feri Lima, Bagan邮政编码: 45000
24. Redang Beach
Redang Beach is a popular tourist attraction in Sekinchan near Kuala Selangor. It is also a famous shooting area of different local and international dramas. Some of the scenes for Outbound Love, a famous Hong Kong drama was shot here.
The beach is famous for its wishing tree, shorebirds, waterfowl, and numerous seafood vendors. The sad thing is that you can’t do swimming, diving, or snorkelling on this beach.
Sekinchan Wishing Tree, a huge tree with thousands of red ribbons dangling from its branches is a must-see attraction in Redang beach. Although I don’t believe in such stuff, but if you do, you can make a wish by tying a red ribbon with coins around the branch of the tree.
The local seafood restaurants in the area serve the best seafood. You can watch the sunset from the beach or play with soap bubbles and fly a kite. However, don’t mistake the Redang beach for Pulau Redang. Pulau Redang is a beautiful island off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
Swimming, diving, or snorkelling are allowed in Pulau Redang and there are around thousands of differences between Redang beach and Pulau Redang. Honestly, Redang beach is not even near to Pulau Redang in terms of beauty. But it still is worth a visit, especially for budget travellers.
Location: 25, Jalan Jpt, 45400 Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia.
25. Batu Caves Sri Subramaniar Swamy Temple
The Batu Caves Temple, also known as the Sri Subramaniar Swamy Temple, is a monumental focal point of the contribution of the Indian settlers in the development of Malaya and Malaysia. The temple is around 113 years old inside a cave that is about 400 feet above ground level. The temple is dedicated to Lord Subramaniar.
There’s an interesting history behind the establishment of the temple. You can learn about it on your visit to the temple. The Batu Caves is said to be nature’s wonder. It is a 400 million-year-old limestone hill formed with beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. It is also a shelter to some of the rarest species of flora and fauna.
Due to the presence of such wonder, the Malaysian government recognized the place as a religious and cultural centre for the Indians and Hindus residing in Malaysia. Major architectural plans are being made to facilitate the worship of all Hindu deities in the temple.
At the entrance of the steps of Sri Subramaniar Swamy Temple, a 130 feet tall statue of Lord Muruga is under construction. Once completed it will be the tallest Lord Muruga statue in the world.
Location: Batu 2, Jalan Klang, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor Darul Ehsan, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Everyday | 7:00 am – 10:00 am, 6:55 pm – 9:15 pm
26. Sri Anggala Parameswary Peachiamman Temple
Sri Anggala Parameswary Peachiamman Temple is another famous temple in Kuala Selangor. The temple is around 100 years old, and a lot of tourists come to visit it from faraway locations. They come to Sri Anggala Parameswary Peachiamman to worship Amma, the main deity of the temple. They believe that it is a very powerful temple, and all their wishes might come true after praying here.
According to the local people, Amma’s statue on the ground was formed by nature and it’s not man made. Back in those days, it was a very small temple. The local people who used to pray there about 40 years ago say that the temple used to be dark and scary. There were also no proper roads then.
But now as the temple has gained much public attention, many changes have been made to the temple. Even the road to the temple is now drive-worthy. Surrounding the temple, there are many old palm oil trees that make the area look beautiful. Sri Anggala Parameswary Peachiamman mainly remains crowded during weekends and public holidays.
Location: Kampung Bukit Belimbing, 45500 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia
Opening Hours: Everyday | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
27. Kota Tanjung Keramat
Kota Tanjung Keramat is a fort that was built by Sultan Muhammad in the year 1830. A major portion of the fort was built from soil despite that it was a very strong defence fort. It is square in shape with two entrances. The main entrance of the fort has a width of 7 metres and is facing the north direction.
The lane from the entrance is curved towards the east side leading to a staircase. The staircase goes down to Pangkalan Bagan Pasir. The other entrance is facing the east side and it was considered an emergency entrance for the army in the fort to get out to bring news from Kota Melawati. When the Dutch captured Kuala Selangor, this fort was renamed Fort Utrecht. They renamed it after their ship.
It’s a great place to learn more about the history of Kuala Selangor. That’s why lots of tourists come to this historical landmark.
Location: Jalan Tanjong Keramat, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
28. Virgin’s Grave
Virgin’s Grave, also known as Makam Keramat Anak Dara or Keramat Rubiah, is located at the small village named Kampong Tanjung Keramat. The village is small and situated at the last point of land at the mouth of the river Selangor.
The grave is on a small rocky hill. The sides of the hill have steepened by quarrying. You can climb up to the keramat by the rickety wooden steps. Virgin’s Grave is a white tiled rectangle protected inside a walled structure. There’s a signboard outside the grave to let visitors know the history behind it.
I don’t know why they call it a grave because it’s actually not a grave but a shrine. It is the shrine of an 18-year-old girl, Siti Aishah who ran away from her home to avoid a forced marriage. She was never found but her clothes were found hanging on a tree. So, her parents decided to build a shrine in her honour. It’s local folklore that is written on the signboard, and I think it’s quite interesting and counts as a reason to visit the place.
Behind the Virgin’s Grave, there is a beautiful lake. It was formed due to the excavations of the Japanese during the War. Probably that’s why it was named Lake Shima (Shima means island in Japanese).
Location: Makam Keramat Anak Dara, Tanjung Keramat, Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Pondoque Le Ngaju
Pondoque Le Ngaju is a beautiful park in Kuala Selangor. It is a nice place to spend time with family, friends, and children.
Location: 642-1, Jalan Datuk Mansor, Kg Bukit Badong, Btg Berjuntai, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
29. Masjid Ar-Raudhah
On the northern coast of Selangor, Masjid Ar-Raudhah is a beautiful mosque at a 19 minutes driving distance from Kuala Selangor. It is located along the main road of Federal Route 5, within the town area of Tanjung Karang.
Masjid Ar-Raudhah was inaugurated by the DYMM Sultan of Selangor on the 16th of June 1989. It has a congregational capacity of 1,000 with comfortable prayer rooms for men and women, an ablution place, car park, store, endowment, imam and Bilal room, and hearse. There are also 5 lots of shops, a library, garden, imam and Bilal house.
The fame of Masjid Ar-Raudhah is due to its beautiful infrastructure. It has a two-storey prayer hall topped with a gilded onion-like dome. The prayer hall is surrounded by 6-storey minarets. Each minaret is topped with a cupola topped with a small onion-like dome.
Talking about the overall architecture of the mosque, it is rectangular in shape with 10 domes and 5 towers. The walls of Masjid Ar-Raudhah are decorated with beautiful calligraphy. Religious programs such as lectures and religious ceremonies are regularly organized in the mosque. Another speciality of this mosque is that the mosque management committee has held a special Mosque Youth Club for youths.
Location: Taman Seri Desa, 45500 Tanjung Karang, Selangor, Malaysia.
30. Boat Cafe
Boat Cafe is a must-visit on your journey to Kuala Selangor. Even though the boat is still, it’s a great place for romantic dinners and spending some quality time. I have also mentioned some other famous cafes in Kuala Selangor below.
Location: 10, Jalan Feri Lama, Pasir Penambang, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Monday, Thursday & Friday | 3:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday | 11:30 am – 10:30 pm
(Closed on Tuesday & Wednesday)
I have already mentioned the best places to eat in Kuala Selangor at the end of my article. So, I won’t be much detailed here. But trying out the seafood in Kuala Selangor is a must whether you go there for a day or a week. Varieties of seafood are available, halal restaurants are available too, so, what’s the harm in trying?
How to Reach Kuala Selangor from KL
By Bus: From Medan Pasar Bus Hub, which is basically a bus stop, you can get on the Selangor Bus No. 100. The bus leaves KL every half-an-hour, starting from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm. It reaches the Bandar Malawati bus terminal within 2 hours.
If you want to come back to KL by night, you can get on a return bus. The last bus that returns from Kuala Selangor to KL is at 7:00 pm. The fare of a one-way journey to Kuala Selangor is RM 9.00. You can also board a Cityliner bus to Kuala Selangor from Klang.
By Taxi: If you decide to go to Kuala Selangor by taxi, be ready to pay high fares. However, you can reach your destination within an hour if you decide to go by cab. A taxi trip from KL to Kuala Selangor might cost you around RM 80 to RM 150. You can negotiate if you book the taxi for the return trip as well.
By Car: If you face no problem driving for a long time, you can drive to Kuala Selangor. There are two routes from KL to Kuala Selangor. You can either drive towards the Sungai Buloh exit from the North-South highway and follow the road signs towards Kuala Selangor, or you can start your journey from Klang and drive towards Kapar and head straight from there towards Kuala Selangor.
How To Get Around Kuala Selangor
As Kuala Selangor is a relatively small town, there is no public transport system. So, you have to walk around the area to explore it or take a taxi. However, a tram goes up and down Bukit Melawati, so you won’t have to hike your way up there.
Best Time to Visit Kuala Selangor
We can’t specify a particular time to visit Kuala Selangor as all attractions aren’t in their best forms during the same season. However, if you want to know the best time to visit the place based on low crowds and costs, it is during the month of February.
In this small town, huge crowds are seen in June, July and August, so the hotels and flights become expensive. During Winter, it is comfortable to plan a trip to Kuala Selangor. So, overall, December-January will be the best time to visit Kuala Selangor due to the low crowd, inexpensiveness, and comfortable weather.
Where to Stay in Kuala Selangor
Located within 16 km of Sky Mirror Selangor and 1.3 km of Kuala Selangor National Park, Hotel Le-Shore offers accommodation with a terrace and free private parking for guests who drive. Hotel Le-Shore features family rooms, along with a restaurant and room service. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property. The hotel has a 24-hour front desk, a tour desk and also provides car hire.
Melawati Ria Hotel is located in Kuala Selangor, 15 km from Sky Mirror Selangor and 500 m from Kuala Selangor National Park. It offers an ATM, 24-hour front desk and shared lounge for guests’ convenience.
Hotel Zamburger Kuala Selangor is 30 kilometers (19 miles) from Sekinchan. It is 65 kilometers (40 miles) from Kuala Lumpur via the Duta Expressway and Sungai Buloh toll road and 80 kilometers (50 miles) from Terminal Bersepadu Selatan, also known as Teluk Intan. Kuala Lumpur International Airport is 105 kilometers (65 miles) away.
Best Restaurants in Kuala Selangor
As Kuala Selangor is near the Selangor River, seafood is the main food of the local people living here. Popular seafood can be found here very easily and also at a reasonable price. So, whenever you visit Kuala Selangor, trying out seafood is a must. Below I’m mentioning some of the best Chinese and Muslim seafood restaurants located in Kuala Selangor.
Chinese Seafood Restaurants
Hai Ung Seafood Restaurant
Location: No A4, Jalan Bagan Sungai Yu, Pasir Penambang, 45 000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Contact: +60127106989 / +60332896828
Opening Hours: Everyday |11:00 am -10:00 pm
Mei Wei Seafood Restaurant
Location: 444-1, Pasir Penambang, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Contact: +60332896931 / +60172798655
Opening Hours: Thursday – Tuesday | 5:00 pm – 12:00 am (Closed on Wednesday)
River View Seafood Restaurant
Location: No 1, Jalan Besar, Pasir Penambang, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Saturday – Thursday | 11:00 am – 9:30 pm (Closed on Monday)
Note: The River View Seafood Restaurant only selling sea foods which Muslims and non Muslims can eat
Muslim Seafood Restaurant
Puyuh Seafood Corner
Location: No 2, KM 1, Jalan Klang – Teluk Intan, Kampung Telok Piai, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Everyday | 4:30 pm – 3:00 am
Mee Udang Banjir
Location: 587, Jalan Bandar Baru Batu 2, Pasir Penambang, 45 000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Saturday – Thursday | 11:00 am – 8:30 pm, Friday | 2:30 pm – 8:30 pm (Closed on Monday)
Warung Ibu Nasi Ambeng
Location: Lot 216, Batu 6, 45500 Tanjong Karang, Kuala Selangor, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Everyday | 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: JALAN BESAR 4, Pasir Penambang, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Friday | 6:00 pm – 12:00 am
Saturday & Sunday | 5:00 pm – 12:00 am (Closed on Monday
Ice Station Cafe
Location: 42, Jalan Raja Jalil, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Wednesday – Monday | 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Closed on Tuesday)
Auntie Foo Cafe
Location: No. 1, Jalan Raja Abdullah, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia.
Opening Hours: Everyday | 8:30 am – 6:30 pm
So, when are you going to visit Kuala Selangor? Share your experience about Kuala Selangor in the comments below.