Located approximately two kilometers from town below Bukit Melawati, this park consists of more than 250 hectares of coastal ... More
Kuala Selangor Nature Park
Located approximately two kilometers from town below Bukit Melawati, this park consists of more than 250 hectares of coastal land and has well-marked trails for jungle trekking. Bird watching is a popular activity, with over 150 species identified. Both local and migratory birds frequent the mangrove swamps along the coast. The rare spoon-billed Sandpiper and Nordmann's Greenshank can also be seen in this nature park. Two watchtowers and hide-outs have been constructed to aid bird-watching. Visitors may be fortunate enough to spot leaf monkeys, otters, nocturnal leopards and other animals.
Kuala Selangor also have others places to go
beside of Nature Park. You can go to Bukit Malawati to see the history of Selangor Royal Kingdom. Here you can see the ruin of Malawati Footress. You can also see Firflies at Kampung Kuantan. Its will appears in night. If you want to feel the mother nature
don't forget to come to Kuala Selangor.I will
guide you all.
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