This free guided tour aims to highlight Klang’s charm, character and unique attractions including clusters of colonial sights, places of worship, a school, fire station, royal gallery, and warehouse built by a local Malay chieftain.
+603 3375 5555 ext. 1013/1235 (Klang Municipal Council Tourism Department)
Starting point: Registration and starting point is at Galeri Diraja Sultan Abdul Aziz.
As a royal town and former capital of Selangor, Klang is characterized by historic buildings and quaint, traditional structures.
Klang’s heritage quarters may be visited on foot via an interesting walking tour provided free-of-charge by the city’s municipal council and Tourism Selangor, who’ve identified up to 11 tourist attractions for the walk, including:
– Tengku Kelana Indian Muslim Mosque
– Sri Nagara Thendayuthapani Temple
– Klang Fire Station
– Raja Abdullah Warehouse
The under 3km trail is relatively easy as the route follows footpaths in and around the city center. The walking tour takes about 2.5 hours to complete and is conducted in English.
A comfortable pair of sneakers or sandals will help make this walk, guaranteed to be an eye-opener for both locals and tourists, more fun and enriching.
||Biz Hotel, Klang
|Crystal Crown Hotel Klang
The walking tour begins at 9.15am and ends around 12.30pm, every weekend.
Registration begins at 9.00am sharp at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery.
The guided walking tour is provided free-of-charge by Klang’s Municipal Council and Tourism Selangor.
How to get to Klang Heritage Walk
Driving is the best way to get here. Klang is well connected to the rest of Selangor and Kuala Lumpur via the Federal, NKVE, SKVE and KESAS highways.
Take the KTM Komuter train bound for Port Klang and alight at Klang Station, about 200 meters from the gallery.
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|RapidKL||708 (formerly U62)||Sunway Pyramid – Klang|