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Located in Pelabuhan Klang, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Aeon Jusco Bukit Tinggi Shopping Center, Istana Alam Shah, and Sultan Sulaiman Royal Mosque. ...
Hotel Wonderful KlangRM71Hotel Wonderful KlangRM71
Situated in Klang, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Royal Gallery, Raja Mahadi Fort, and Klang Parade. Klang Centro Mall and Istana Alam Shah are also within ...
Aliya Hotel KlangRM127Aliya Hotel KlangRM127
Situated in Klang, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Royal Gallery and Raja Mahadi Fort. Istana Alam Shah and Klang Parade are also within 2 mi (3 km).
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The royal capital of Selangor, Klang is a Malaysian city on the banks of the meandering Klang River. It has several attractions but what the number one thing that really puts the royal city on the map is the food in Klang.
The local Bak Kut Teh (pork rib in broth) is a renowned dish that can be found in many street stalls and small shop-house restaurants. There are dozens of Chinese and Malay eateries found throughout the city, but the seafood restaurants in Klang certainly take centre stage. It is easy to find some respectable Indian and Mamak restaurants in town too.
The stilted restaurants overlooking the region have fresh local seafood dishes at fantastic prices.
The areas of Bukit Tinggi and Meru are the most famous areas for a few drinks after dark.
The Esplanade area is a perfect place to take the family at sundown. Visitors can also jump on a boat to explore Crab Island, which is only 30 minutes away. Also, visitors cannot spend a few days here without uncovering the unparalleled vibe of Little India.
Klang also has many spiritual sites. Whether you want to spend some time in worship, or just explore the many different religious structures around the city, Klang offers plenty of sites to choose from. The stunning Church of our Lady of Lourdes was erected in 1928, and can be visited on any day of the week. Both the Kai Hong Hoo Temple and Klang Kwan Imm Temple can be toured, revealing a distinct Chinese influence.
There are some beautiful golf courses in and around the city of Klang. One of the most renowned golf links is Port Klang Golf Resort, which boasts 18 gorgeous yet challenging holes. Another popular nearby course is the Amverton Cove Golf Resort. These landmarks reflect Klang’s more affluent side.
Make a trip to Crab Island. Pulau Ketam, or Crab Island, is a coastal village built entirely on stilts. It takes about 45 minutes to reach this intriguing location. The island is accessible via ferry or a range of boat charters. If you wish to truly see an area of natural beauty which is untouched by pollution, Crab Island is a must see.
Explore Carey Island. While not actually an island, Pulau Carey is separated from the mainland by the Langat River. The array of oil palm tree plantations and endangered trees make this mangrove area a beautiful place to explore. The original Orang Asli tribes have some rather amazing wood carvings for travellers to see. The statues and masks boast elaborate designs and a few are even sold at local stalls.
Discover an Ancient Chinese Buddhist Temple – The Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Temple is found in Jenjarom which is just ten minutes from Telok Langlima Garang. This is a great complex to learn more of the religious, cultural and education doctrines of the Buddhist community of Selangor.
There is plenty of shopping in Klang. The Little India district is among Malaysia’s largest. There's a lot competition between vendors so you can snatch up great bargains shopping out here. Every Saturday night, the local night market is a must visit attraction.
Shopping malls like AEON Bukit Tinggi and Bukit Raja Shopping Centre also provide excellent retail therapy for lovers of shopping.