The Kuala Selangor Nature Park is located at the foot of Bukit Melawati in Kuala Selangor, about 500m west from the entrance to Bukit Melawati.
Make sure you bring moskito repellant and water on your walk through the park! It takes about 1.5h - 2h to with a easy speed and enough time to take pictures to walk through the park (including the Mangrove Walkway). At the time of visit some of the facilities were not in the best shape (only one of the 3 watch towers were open, some of the railings of the Mangrove Walkay were broken off, access to mud flats was closed). Still the rusty charm of the park made for an enjoyable nature walk with plenty opportunities to see wildlife such as Silvered Leaf-Monkeys, Macaques, Birds, Mudskippers, Monitor Lizards and others.
every day, 9am - 6pm
MNS member: RM2
Students: RM 1 (below 17 years old)
Senior Citizen: RM2 (above 60 years old)
The Kuala Selangor Nature Park offeres various types of affordable accommodation: 4 A-frame huts, 8 chalets and a hostel. Cooking is not allowed in the chalets, but food can be catered upon request (min: 20 people). Check-in 2.30pm - 6pm; check-out 12.30pm
A-frame hut (2pax)
RM30 (RM25 for MNS member)
Chalets with bathroom (3pax)
Hostel (14 rooms, 7pax per room)
RM175 (RM140) per room
chalets at the park headquarters
map of Kuala Selangor Nature Park
the trail starts with an 15min walk through secondary forest
Brackish Lake System in the centre of the park, at low tide
view of Bukit Melawati from the park
the Mangrove Walkway
Old Railway Station, Kuala Lumpur
The old railway station is a moorish-style structure that was built in 1910. Long-distance train don't stop here anymore but at the nearby KL Sentral station.
Sri Mahamariamman Hindu Temple, Kuala Lumpur
Founded in 1873, the Sri Mahamariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur. It is situated at edge of Chinatown on Jalan Tun H.S.Lee (fomerly Jalan Bandar / High Street).