An afternoon or evening at the seaside promenade in Klang’s Tanjung Harapan will rejuvenate your body and mind.
+603 3375 5555 ext. 1013/1235 (Klang Municipal Council Tourism Department)
Lingkaran Sultan Hishamuddin,
Kawasan Perindustrian Selat Klang Utara,
42000 Pelabuhan Klang,
One of the best things to do in Klang happens to be free, and that’s hanging out along the coastline at Tanjung Harapan.
Tanjung Harapan is a 2.5 to 3km stretch of seaside promenade where visitors can enjoy the ocean breeze.
Over here, views of the cape and giant maritime cranes of Northport’s operation office are among the best in Selangor’s Klang district.
Pavilions and raised gazebos dot the wide walkway just next to ample parking spots off the main road.
Makeshift tree swings with seats made of wooden planks and old tires provide a welcome respite from the chaos of day-to-day activity.
Another highlight includes a life-sized Bugis schooner replica next to the paved walkway.
Visitors are not allowed to get into the water or swim, as the coastline fully consists of large rock formations with no beach.
Eateries offering grilled fish or ikan bakar are located at the midway and northern point of Tanjung Harapan.
Anglers and fishers venture out onto the rocks at Tanjung Harapan for fishing sessions.
Right next to Tanjung Harapan are several wooden jetties, some of which are privately owned, from which fishing activities may take place.
Entry to Tanjung Harapan is free.
Open 24 hours daily.
How to get to Tanjung Harapan
Tanjung Harapan is located along a bend on Lingkaran Sultan Hishamuddin near Northport, Port Klang.