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The country's most prosperous and developed state, Selangor offers plethora of activities. From serene nature walks to terrific theme parks, humbling recreational parks to massive shopping malls, there never seems to be enough time to experience it all.

1. Batu Caves

Inside a limestone outcrop lies three large caves, the largest housing ornate Hindu shrines, Batu Caves draws in a huge international crowd every year. Among its highlights is the 140-feet statue of Lord Muruga, and the 272 steps that leads up to the temple.

Batu Caves

2. Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM)

A natural reserve spanning 486 hectares, this enclave is filled with Malaysia's tropical flora and fauna. Herb gardens, canopy walkways, nature trails, scenic routes and arboretums make this place must for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM)

3. National Zoo

13km northeast of Kuala Lumpur is Malaysia's National Zoo, where some 200 species of animals, birds and reptiles are housed. Thrilling performances by orang utans, elephants and sea lions entertain children and adults alike, and for those feeling more adventurous can ride horse, camels and even elephants.

National Zoo

4. Ampang Look Out Point

A place for families and love-birds alike, Ampang Look Out Point offers a majestic view of Kuala Lumpur city. It also offers a whole host of outdoor activities and good eats around the area.

Ampang Look Out Point

5. Sepang International Circuit

Malaysia's state-of-the-art circuit is the venue of choice for many of the world's motorsports events, including the Malaysian F1 Grand Prix. Other events include the Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix and Japan GT.

Sepang F1 Circuit

6. Carey Island

An island located off the coast of Selangor, it is famous for two things; its indigenous Mah Meri community and the assortment of fresh seafood. The Mah Meri community are well-known around the world for their intricately crafted masks.

Carey Island

7. 'Orang Asli' Indigenous People Museum

Learn and gain a fascinating insight about Malaysia's orang asli, or indigenous people at the Orang Asli Museum. An extensive collection of tribal paraphernalia, carved ancestral masks and ornaments, musical instruments and hunting tools are also kept here.

'Orang Asli' Indigenous People Museum

8. Firefly Parks

A rare natural phenomena, the firefly colonies around Kampung Kuantan and Kampung Bukit Belimbing offer an amazing lightshow. It is one of the few places in the world where fireflies flash in sync with each other.


9. The Malaysia Agriculture Park

One of the world's largest agricultural parks, this whopping 1,295 hectares is home to many gardens, like the Spice Garden, Bamboo Garden and Mushroom Garden among others. It is here that the Four Seasons House is built, inside of which grows a garden that goes through an artificially induced four-season cycle.


10. Kuala Selangor Nature Park

800-acres of verdant forests, brackish waters, enchanting mangroves and mud flats are home to a myriad of plant and animal species. Walks the trails or climb up towers and look out for monkeys, macaques and otters.