Attractions

Top Choice Cave in Selangor

Batu Caves

Just 13km north of Kuala Lumpur rise the iconic Batu Caves, a Malaysian national treasure, Hindu pilgrimage site and wildlife-conservation zone. Behind a 42.7m statue of Hindu deity Murugan, 272 steps climb to limes…
Top Choice Hindu Shrine in Batu Caves

Ramayana Cave

No cave at Batu is more spectacularly embellished than Ramayana Cave, which boasts psychedelic dioramas of the Indian epic 'Ramayana'. Pass the green, 15m-tall statue of Hanuman and cross the bridge to enter. Inside…
Top Choice Temple in Genting Highlands

Chin Swee Caves Temple

Between the golf course and Resorts World, on a forested cliff, stands a temple that's both awe-inspiring and blood-curdling. Chin Swee was completed in 1994, the brainchild of Resorts World founder Tan Sri Lim Goh.…
Top Choice Mosque in Putrajaya

Putra Mosque

An apparition in rosy-pink granite, Masjid Putra has a captivating delicacy of design. Capped by an ornate pink-and-white dome and starring a 116m minaret, the mosque is a marriage between graceful Middle Eastern an…
Top Choice Park in Selangor

Forest Research Institute Malaysia

A fresh green haven in easy reach of Kuala Lumpur, the 545-hectare Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) is an active centre of forest management research. Established in 1929 to restore a landscape ravaged by m…
Top Choice Museum in Klang & Pelabuhan Klang

Galeri Diraja Sultan Abdul Aziz

Housed within a well-restored colonial-era building are treasures of the Selangor Sultanate, which dates back to 1766. The building, designed by prolific architect AB Hubback and built in 1909, is reason enough to v…
Top Choice Waterfall in Kuala Kubu Bharu

Chiling Waterfalls

Be prepared to get very wet on the exhilarating 1½-hour hike to Chiling Waterfalls, a 20m-tall, triple cascade. Register at the cabin by the small bridge (RM1) before you cross. The route is clearly marked, but we s…
Village in Selangor

Mah Meri Cultural Village

On Pulau Carey island, 40km southwest of Kuala Lumpur (reachable by road), this Orang Asli village is well worth a visit to learn about the distinct culture and traditions of the Mah Meri, a subgroup of the Senoi pe…
Hindu Shrine in Batu Caves

Temple Cave

Centrepiece of the Batu Caves complex and one of Malaysia's most photographed sights, Temple Cave sits atop 272 steps populated by scampering monkeys. Guarded by a 42.7m statue of Lord Murugan, erected in 2006 and s…
Cave in Batu Caves

Dark Cave

Selangor's natural limestone labyrinths are home to trapdoor spiders, bats, flatworms and other creatures, and 45-minute guided tours of Dark Cave offer a glimpse of the ecosystems at play. On the stairs up to Templ…