Gombak

Popular things to do in Gombak include Zoo Negara, Batu Caves, and Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM). The district of Gombak is also home to an aboriginal Orang Asli settlement and is the site of the Orang Asli Museum. Gombak is located just north of the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.

Selangor Fruit Valley

Take a breather and let the clean air revive you at the Selangor Fruit Valley plantation just an hour out …

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Kanching Waterfall

Home to seven majestic waterfalls, Kanching rainforest is tucked away in between Rawang and Kuala Lumpur. Hugely underrated and with …

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Sungai Pisang Waterfall

In the heart of Selangor State Park, roughly 25km from Kuala Lumpur, is the idyllic Sungai Pisang Waterfall. View of …

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Sungai Tua Recreational Forest (Hutan Lipur Sungai Tua)

Selangor’s Sungai Tua Recreational Forest is a lovely expanse of hill dipterocarp forest best known for its inviting tropical rainforest …

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Selangor State Park (Taman Warisan Negeri Selangor)

Located west of the state and sharing a border with Pahang, Selangor State Park or Taman Warisan Negeri Selangor is …

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Muzium Orang Asli Gombak

Muzium Orang Asli

Located within the Selangor State Park, Gombak’s Orang Asli Museum highlights the culture and tradition of the aborigines or Orang Asli of Peninsular Malaysia…

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Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM Kepong)

The Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) in Kepong is touted as the largest man-made tropical forest in the world, housing an amazing collection of exotic and rare tropical flora and fauna.

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Zoo Negara

Attractions at the Zoo Negara include the Giant Panda Conservation Centre, Insect Zoo (the largest in the region), Ape Centre, Hornbill Centre, Penguin House…

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Batu Caves

Rising almost 100 meters above ground, the Batu Caves temple complex in Gombak is a one-of-a-kind group of cave temples located within a massive limestone outcrop. A huge international crowd…

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