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I attempted the trail with my sons (2 and 5 years old) around noon. Both chose to fall asleep 5 minutes into the trail. I went ahead anyway with the younger one in a baby carrier and the older one in a stroller, Overall it...More
The Nature park is filled with Mangroves, Monkey,and Mosquito,. My experience cannot be opened with out the mentioning the combination of 3M's'of the Kuala Selangor,
the park is in close vicinity of Bukit Melawati,
here @ the park its best for the bird watching and...More
Hi-light of our Kuala Selangor exploration. Do not skip the mangrove boardwalk. Take your time. The swamp comes alive. It was hot at first. A storm rolled in while we were midway thru our walk. Walking all drenched added to the family fun.
Bring your mosquito repellent here!!!
Mosquitoes here are way too fiercer than those in the city, wear long sleeves if possible.
Whole route is 3.3km, not too long but the management is a bit carelessly,
as I went there during 6pm but the staff didn't...More
You want off the beaten track? this is it. Not only are the watchtowers, bridges and walkway all crumbling, there is no attendant barring entry. You can just walk on in. But hey that's what gives it character as nature reclaims the land.
Im a frequent visitor to this place. The hanging bridge has collapse, the wooden lookout tower is unsafe and some are decaying and crumbling. The mangrove walkway railing has all gone. Use to seeing lots of big monitor lizard before but now its becoming scarce...More
Easily reached from KL, this park is a superb combination of woodland, mangrove forest and wetland. There are pathways which allow the visitor to walk slightly longer or shorter distances. The wildlife is interesting, we saw, the water monitor, silver leaf monkey,the macaque,otter(?) and a...More
Our extended family did an early,early morning trek around the boundary tracks.... we saw minimal birds and little wildlife...despite being used to bird/animal watching. The once well kept look-out towers have fallen in to disrepair... one can see the bones of what it once was...More
It can be quite an interesting place for photographers who want to try out their skills in capturing the flight of the Brahminy Kite or the Grey Heron. Or do close-ups on the creatures of the mangrove swamp. If you're lucky, you might come across...More