Kampung Kuantan Fireflies or "Kelip-kelip"
The firefly colonies of Kampung Kuantan and Kampung Bukit Belimbing are amongst the most popular tourist attractions in Selangor.
You will be amazed at the spectacular light displays from these unique insects - millions of them - which lived on the berembang trees that grow along Kuala Selangor's riverbanks.
Boats can be hired at the Kampung Kuantan jetty for these nocturnal tours. The skilled local oarsmen make this experience a memorable and unforgettable one.
The Firefly Park Resort in Kampung Bukit Belimbing offers visitors an opportunity to view the enchanting display as well as enjoy a night's stay at the available chalets.
Kota Darul Ehsan
Kota Darul Ehsan, one of the most distinguished landmark in Selangor was erected to commomerate the sacrifice of the Sultan of Selangor, who long ago, ceded Kuala Lumpur to the Federal Government.
The beauty of Kota Darul Ehsan lasts even after the sun sets, as bright lights shine and illuminates the royal gold colours and leaves a beautiful effect on the landmark.
Kuala Selangor Nature Park
Kuala Selangor Nature Park , also known as Taman Alam, is a sanctuary for many different types of flora and fauna. Kuala Selangor Nature Park is situated at the mouth of Selangor River. The lake in the Kuala Selangor Nature Park is manmade, and is controlled via sluice gates.
The Kuala Selangor Nature Park is the home of mangroves(spans up to 800 acres!) and mudflats. Wildlife such as otters, leopard cat, silvered leaf monkey, mudskippers, king crabs and 156 species of birds can be spotted in the park. Nordman Greenshank, one of rarest birds around can be found here as well.
Chalets and kitchen facilities are available as we!! And food is not allowed to be eaten outside their chalet.
The Mines Wonderland
Built around a former mining-pool, the Mines Wonderland is an exciting theme-park with watersports, amusement rides, a winter-house with snow as well as restaurants and various other facilities. At night, glittering floats parade on the lake while a stunning laser and multimedia presentation entertains and mesmerises visitors. The Mines Wonderland is a popular attraction for visitors of all ages.
With a temperature of between -10°C to -15°C, this 10,000 sq ft Snow House is the first winter wonderland in Malaysia. Filled with interesting learning facts and fun excitement, this is certainly an amazing experience.
The open-air Musical Fountain theater can accommodate 4,000 spectators at any one time. Incorporating light, musical and water, the “water dance” is a spectacular sight.
There are various kinds of animals scattered around in the park. They are shown in different forms, either lives ones or as statue, some of which are lit. The White Kingdom within the Animal Kingdom houses some of the rare albino species such as the tigers, peacocks and parrots.
Light Fantasy On Water
A lakeside promenade with giant animated aquatic animals decorated with numerous multi-colored lights floats proudly on the lake.
Ever ride on a locomotive train? Catch the fun of going around the theme park on this fabulous ride!
Road TramThis choo-choo train runs on the road and takes you around the park to observe the park from different angles.
Garden BoatThis birdcage-like boat takes you on a cruise along a 200 metres canal. At the same time, enjoy the carefully formed landscaping with a relaxing ambience.
Inflatable WonderworldThe bouncy inflatable games suitable for everyone especially the children. Jump as high as you could and try to touch the sky
Mini GolfPractice your putt among the exquisite life-like animal sculptures on this beautifully landscaped park. The first in Malaysia, the mini golf was created for golfers of all ages
Water TaxiA unique transportation that takes you on a relaxing cruise around the 150 acres former open cast mining lake.
Vintage Car Take a drive down the memory lane on your favourite Vintage Car and experienced nostalgic moments of a whimsical era.
MINES Wonderland Sdn Bhd
3rd Floor, MINES Shopping Fair,
Jalan Dulang, MINES Resort City,
43300 Seri Kembangan,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
|603 – 8942 5010|
|603 – 8942 5153|
Ticket Rate :
RM32 - Adult
RM21 - Children below 12 years old
RM20 - Senior citizen age 55 years old and above
If the popular west coast beach resorts are a bit too crowded for you, you might find Morib, located at the southern end of the Selangor state, more appealing.
Approximately 1 1/2 hour's drive from Kuala Lumpur, it is the perfect place for some quiet, peaceful relaxation.
Surrounded by whispering casuarinas and swaying palms, you can comb the beaches of Morib during low tide, searching for seashells or watch small crabs scuttle away and disappear into the sand. You can even spread out a mat and settle down to a picnic lunch beside a shady casuarina grove.
For history lovers Morib is also home to a wealth of historical sites. There are the ruins of old government buildings and the royal graves at Jugra, including an abandoned palace from the 1800's. Allied Forces also landed on this stretch of beach in September 1945, marking the end of the Japanese Army's occupation of Malaya.
Those who wish to spend the night can seek accommodation at nearby Hotel Sri Morib.
Morib is accessible from Kuala Lumpur by the Federal Highway or the North Klang Valley Expressway via Klang. From Klang, proceed to Banting before reaching Morib.
To reach Morib by bus, you should board a Kuala Lumpur-Banting bus from the Klang Bus Station in Kuala Lumpur. From Banting, take another bus or taxi plying the Morib route.
The Zoo Negara or National Zoo is situated 13 km from the centre of Kuala Lumpur, standing like an oasis amidst a concrete jungle. It was officially opened to the public in 1963.
The zoo features about 400 species of Malaysian and exotic mammals, reptiles and birds. Of these, most are fish and bird and about a hundred are mammals and reptiles. Its aquarium "Tunku Abdul Rahman Aquarium" is a very popular attraction.
It displays over 80 species of aquatic animals, both marine and freshwater, including invertebrates.
Numerous paths wind between wooded groves and tree-lined enclaves where the animal enclosures are located. Among the more exotic exhibits are the Sumatran tiger, orang-utans, and gibbons. All are extremely rare outside of this part of the world.
For an opportunity to watch nocturnal animals, visit the zoo on Saturday nights.
To get there, take a taxi or go by the Putra Line subway. Tickets cost RM10.
Please note that all shows are subject to cancellation without prior notice.
A training session will be held if a show is cancelled.
Reservations for special occasions can be made at 03-41083427
Zoo Negara Malaysia
Jalan Ulu Kelang
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Phone: +60 3 4108 3422
Fax: +60 3 4107 5375
Gombak Orang Asli Centre
For those who wants to see a glimpse of the "orang asli" and their culture and lifestyles can visit their settlement, located in a secondary forest, located along Jalan Gombak. Admittance to the Orang Asli Museum and Craft Shop is free.
Visitors may take the bus at Lebuh Ampang, near the Masjid Jamek LRT stations, and the bus will take you straight towards Genting Highlands right along Jalan Gombak.
There, visitors can see and witness various items made and worn by the orang asli of Selangor. Some of them include jewelry, clothes, masks, porcelain, inventories, ancestral figurines and the house design.
And don't forget to sign their guestbook!