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FRIM, Kepong occupies an area of 600 hectares, and surrounded by the Lagong Hill Forest Reserve. One of its latest attractions is the Sky Walk. Among the activities that can be carried out here are having a picnic with your family, jogging on the Rover Track, walking under the canopy, camping, hiking, cycling and studying the beauty of nature. The entrance is RM5 and an additional RM5 will be charged if you bring a camera to take pictures. One interesting fact - FRIM, Kepong was initially a mining site before turning into a vegetable garden site and now is a free forest destination area with a cozy and quiet atmosphere.
For more information, contact: FRIM (03-62797000 or 03-62797575)
2) Kanching Eco Forest Park, Rawang
Kanching Eco Forest Park is a must-visit eco-tourism destination in Rawang. This eco forest park has 7 layers of 208-meter high beautiful waterfalls and challenging hiking trail with different level of difficulties. Not only that, visitors can also spend time with family by having a picnic surrounded by nature. The entrance fee is RM1 (with MyCard) on weekdays, RM2 (with MyCard) on weekends and RM5 for non-citizens.
For more information, log on to www.selangor.travel or contact 03-55132000
3) Skytrex Sungai Chongkak, Hulu Langat
For more information, log on to www.skytrex-adventure.org or contact +6013-276 9841
4) Broga Hill, Hulu Langat
Broga Hill is the most suitable hill to climb for all ages due to the less challenging and easy-climbing journey. The hill, which is only 400-meters high above sea level, takes an hour to reach the top. What is interesting about Broga Hill is that at the top of this hill is filled with green grass. With a combination of lalang and beautiful scenery, taking pictures at the top of Broga Hill is perfect for memories. Also, there is a coconut stall at the top of the hill for climbers to enjoy the scenery while drinking coconut water. A fee of RM1 will be charged for hiking. One interesting fact - if you climb Broga Hill 10 times, it is equivalent to climbing the Mount Kinabalu.
For more information, log on to www.mpkj.gov.my or contact 0387377899 / 0387371789.
5) White Water Rafting, Hulu Selangor
Located in Kuala Kubu Bharu, white water rafting is a lot of fun for those who want to try out the rugged water activity at the river which is 8km long. Not only that, many other activities can be carried out at the Selangor River. This activity is very suitable for individuals, couples, families and groups of all ages from 8 to 88 years old making this rafting activity ideal in Malaysia. Payment rates are estimated at RM199 to RM800 with a minimum requirement of 2 persons.
For more information, log on to www.malaysia-whitewater-rafting.com or contact +6012 -4653307.
6) Water Tubing, Hulu Selangor
Water tubing or tubing is also one of the water activities offered in Kuala Kubu Bharu besides white water rafting. This tubing activity is fun especially with friends and family because it does not require a paddle but only following the river currents. If the currents are strong, then the speed of the tube will be faster. If otherwise, participants need to temper with the currents using their hands to move forward. The estimated price for tubing activities is RM30.
For more information, contact: email@example.com or contact 011-11414674.
7) Taman Alam, Kuala Selangor
Taman Alam Kuala Selangor is a park surrounded by mangrove swamps with an almost 4-km route provided for visitors to explore the natural environment. For bird lovers, you can go to the observation tower to view and take pictures of about 150 species of birds from around the world including migrating birds from Siberia and Russia. Visitors can also take pictures in the mangroves area as the trees are breathtaking. The fee to enter this Nature Park is RM4 for adults and RM1 for under 16 years old.
For more information, log on to www.kuala-selangor.com or contact 03-3289-2294.
8) 4X4 Adventure Teratak Riverview, Hulu Selangor
Why not take a trip into the jungle by taking a fun and challenging 4x4 car ride rather than a regular city tour? The 4x4 car provided will travel through the green forest roads directly to the traditional village areas, fruit plantations, across the river, swamps, brick areas and even waterfalls. In addition, participants can have a picnic and swim in the river while enjoying the beauty of nature. The price range to experience this 4x4 adventure depends on the itinerary and demands by the participants with a minimum of 6 persons.
For more information, log on to www.teratakriverview.blogspot.com or contact +6012- 5653397.
9) Paragliding (Jugra Hill, Kuala Langat and Batu Pahat Hill, Hulu Selangor)
You can explore the city of Jugra and Batu Pahat and witness the beautiful natural scenery from the skies by participating in paragliding activity at Jugra Hill, Kuala Langat and Batu Pahat Hill, Hulu Selangor with approximate heights of 400-feet in the air. These two places are must-visits for anyone who enjoys challenging activities and want to try the experience of flying in the air. The suitable time to experience this paragliding activity is from the month of March to September and the fee is estimated at RM320 per person.
For more information, log on to www.mdkl.gov.my or contact 03-31803694) / www.mdhs.gov.com or contact 03-60641235.
The State of Selangor has many eco-adventure places for people to enjoy nature and extreme sports activities. The suggestions that have been given strongly encourage visitors to experience the memorable activities in the State of Selangor. In addition, Tourism Selangor recommends everyone to always be vigilant and comply with the standard operating procedure (SOPs) set by the Government to break the Covid-19 infection chain.
Sunday, October 25, 2020
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Friday, October 23, 2020
The Starhill Redefines The Shopping Scene In Kuala Lumpur With Introduction Of New Exclusive Flagship Stores
The Starhill will be reinforcing its position as the Home of the Tastemakers, where the mall will redefine Kuala Lumpur’s shopping scene in a whole new concept that infuses hospitality into the retail experience. Patrons will shop and stay in a refined home-like environment replete with tasteful, thoughtful touches of true tastemakers.
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
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realme Malaysia will be adding another experience store at Sunway Pyramid from the recent ones at NU Sentral, Kuala Lumpur and Alor Star Mall, Kedah. Malaysians who are staying around Bandar Sunway are able to shop comfortably and have a better experience with realme devices.
The first in-store service point will be available by October in this experience store providing comprehensive device servicing for the users such as consulting, upgrading, fixing and change of the devices. In conjunction with the grand opening of realme Experience Store at Sunway Pyramid, there will be various activities and experiences for the fans and shoppers to enjoy from 19th till 20th September 2020.
Be sure not to miss out on such an opportunity to visit the grand opening of realme Experience Store at Sunway Pyramid. This is because fans will be able to participate in a variety of activities such as Super Check In Lucky Draw, Fitness Challenge and CLAW your realme.
Aside from that, fans are eligible to purchase realme products with its Purchase With Purchase (PWP) 50% and discounts of 20% for its AIoT products. Fans who are interested may visit the store at Lot F1.45, Level F, Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall.
Tuesday, September 15, 2020
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Wednesday, August 26, 2020
Discovery Channel's Shark Week 2020 Featuring “Fintastic” Shark Edutainment And Hollywood Celebrities
I will confess, I have an unexplained fascination with sharks. Granted, I have never got diving or cage diving before to see one of them upclose but have spiralled into the black hole of shark videos on Youtube. Bonus points if the videos are about huge ass megaladons.
Which is why I am excited that Shark Week is back. For its 32nd year running with bigger sharks and breathtaking breaches from Monday, 31 August to Sunday, 6 September, Shark Week 2020’s “fincredible” lineup will deliver magnificent shark stories and celebrate the 20th anniversary of ‘Air Jaws’.
Tuesday, August 25, 2020
Monday, August 24, 2020
If there is one tip I will given you when in Penang, is stay in a heritage hotel. Trust me. It's quite an experience being able to appreciate the architecture and design of these old shoplots or house turned accommodation. These hotels are also often more affordable and strategically located within proximity of the good food that Penang is known for.
Case in point: my recent stay at OYO RG Heritage Boutique Hotel.
Friday, August 21, 2020
Did you know that 90% of a car's lifetime is spent parked? Go to work, park car. Go home, park car. Go to shopping mall, paktor and park car. Does getting stuck in traffic jam count as parked?
Basically, despite all our ride-sharing and public transportation options, Malaysians still love owning their own car (or in some cases, cars) but with the price of convenience, comes the price of literally watching your cash burn away. Every car owner should know that cars do not appreciate in value.
But what if there was a way for your car to pay itself off? That's where Trevo comes in. To put it simply, it's like Airbnb for cars. If you have a car just sitting in your house, you can put it up on Trevo to be booked by a guest in need of a car. Guests, like myself when I needed a sedan car for my road trip to Penang.
Thursday, August 20, 2020
As more Malaysian residents begin to venture out of their homes for a much-needed getaway, the spotlight beams brightly on the plethora of destination options available within the country. Local tourism has witnessed a boost in recent weeks as holidaymakers make a beeline for popular hotspots. However, very few, if any, can claim to “have it all” in one place while at the same time, ensure a proper, physically distanced holiday, far from the maddening crowds – with one exception, perhaps.
Tuesday, August 18, 2020
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Friday, July 31, 2020
Great news for realme users and fans out there! Realme Malaysia has just launched its first ever flagship experience store at NU Sentral, Kuala Lumpur. Located on Level 2, right next to Oppo and the Digi Store, the new store saw a gathering of its Malaysian fans at its grand opening for a first glimpse of its smart ecosystem of not just phones but also lifestyle gadgets.
Wednesday, July 29, 2020
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Wednesday, July 22, 2020
Or in the case of a lizard...me screaming from the room and refusing to go back inside for a couple of hours. Yes, I loathed lizards that much and having cats doesn't help.
Monday, July 20, 2020
BE STILL MY HEART AND GOODBYE MONEY.
To recap, I spent my morning exploring some parts of Nagasaki and then drove to Takeo, Saga to visit the Teamlab Borderless exhibition in Mifuneyama Hotel and the gardens. Our final stop before Fukuoka was Itoshima, a lazy seaside town an hour's drive away. The journey to get there from Takeo had us heading off the main highway and into the countryside, alongside clean rivers, mountain passes and some of the steepest and loopiest overhead roads ever to be installed into the side of a mountain. Definitely one of the most memorable drives of that trip - the other being the near zero visibility driving down Mount Aso.