6 Little-Known Places In Selangor

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People are looking forward to travelling again and surely many of us either miss being close to nature or enjoying some relaxing time at the beach. Hence, plan a future visit to Selangor!

It’s the best time to take in inspiration from a selection of Selangor’s tourism attractions. Keep on reading for 6 little-known places in Selangor which are perfect for spending quality time with your friends and family...

Sungai Lepoh Waterfall

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Sungai Lepoh Waterfall is located in the Hulu Langat district near Pangsoon Village and is also known as Sungai Lopo or Sungai Lepok. 

It is one of the ideal getaways for those who love adventures, surrounded by the beauty of flora and fauna - this destination surely offers a great view! The waterfall is also undeniably beautiful and the clarity of the water is amazing. You can enjoy other activities here such as trekking, bird watching and having a picnic by the river.

Sky Mirror

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Sky Mirror in Kuala Selangor is also known as Malaysia’s very own “Salar de Uyuni” due to the similarity to a natural phenomenon in Bolivia. 

The Sky Mirror is one of the hidden gems that can be found in Selangor but it is somewhat underrated. It is only accessible during certain dates in a lunar month, typically during low tides. It takes approximately 30 minutes to reach there by a speedboat from the Sky Mirror jetty. 

Also, remember to wear vibrant-coloured clothes on your visit to Sky Mirror as they pop in pictures!

Sungai Selangor Dam

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Many may not know the existence of the Sungai Selangor Dam as one of the best spots for stargazing activities!

Beginning its operations in 2003, the dam is located along the main road about 5 kilometres from Kuala Kubu Bharu town. The location is an ideal getaway for stargazers to enjoy astrophotography due to the fact that the Sungai Selangor Dam is not exposed to external lights. Also, the setting is somewhat isolated that the area is so amazing; thanks to the surrounding hills and lakes.

Kelanang Beach

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Kelanang Beach is located in the Kuala Langat district and takes about a 20-minute drive from Banting town. 

The beach is not that well-known and less-visited but it offers a beautiful sunset and breath-taking view of the sea. There are many picnic and camping spots along the beach and is a great location to enjoy the relaxing sea breeze and the views with your friends and family, or simply to have a peace of mind.

Secret Garden @ 1 Utama Shopping Centre

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Secret Garden was built on the rooftop of 1 Utama Shopping Centre which occupies 30,000 square feet of space. 

It displays more than 500 species of exotic flora and tropical plants which are all carefully nurtured. Each plant is grown in bio-carbon soil and carefully preserved by experienced botanists. The admission is free and open to the public on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays from 10am-10pm.

Gasing Hill

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Gasing Hill is situated near to the city in Petaling Jaya town, within the areas of Gasing Hill Forest Reserve. 

The location is spot-on for recreational activities and is well-known among hikers, especially beginners. The forest stretches within an area of approximately 52 hectares with a height of 164 meters. You may enjoy the breathtaking views of the city and skyscrapers once you reach the peak of Gasing Hill.

Many of you may have not heard much of these underrated yet interesting places in Selangor!

However, tourists in Selangor must always comply with the guidelines or SOPs set by the National Security Council (MKN). 

Remember to always wear a face mask, maintain physical distancing and use hand sanitisers frequently when you’re out in public! 

If you want to know more, you can head over to Tourism Selangor’s official website! 

By: Aishah Akashah Ahadiat