Wednesday, March 9, 2011

BUKIT MALAWATI, KUALA SELANGOR

Bukit Malawati is famous for it's CANON ....

Monkey food is a good business ....is not a money business

First monkey moment for baby Wafi ....


The museum



The ride



It's one of those public holidays in the middle of the week (tuesday actually), and after few minutes of brainstorming with my wife we've decided to take the 3 kids to a short family trip to Kuala Selangor (30 minutes drive from my house).

The no 1 attraction over there is the famous Bukit Malawati which is full with history. They even setup a museum up there. The scenery was awesome with majestic view of Kuala Selangor. Apart from the history another must experience moment is the friendly Bukit Malawati monkeys. Really clean and friendly (unlike some of the monkeys at other places). Monkey food seller are they to assist in getting the right food to feed the monkey.

We ended the trip with a good lunch at Restoran Bagan, famous for it's Roasted Chicken (the best in the whole Selangor...)

6 comments:

~Covert_Operations'78~ said...

I love Kuala Selangor and Bukit Melawati, I go there several times a year. Can't get enough of the tram ride -- best part is when it swings through town, and you feel like you're going to get flung off the tram -- WHEEEE! The silver-leaf monkeys (lotong) are very cute and tame, but the macaques (beruk & kera) are little thugs. One climbed into my car and would not come out.

JALAN REBUNG said...

Dear CO78,

glad to know that you're frequent Kuala Selangor visitor. I really like the surrounding, it's like a complete town, properly planned and no traffic problem. The tram ride swing is also my favourite ...

maya amir said...

tak penah gi kuala selangor..next time nak try laa gi sini..

JALAN REBUNG said...

salam maya,

terima kasih atas lawatan ni. Blog maya pun best jugak . Tapi kalau tak pernah sampai kuala selangor kena plan satu trip. Bukit Malawati tu best ...boleh buat photo shoot ..model dah siap sedia ..free pulak tu :)

Al-Manar said...

One beauty of blogging is getting to a stranger's house without invitation; and here I am. I have not been to KS for so many years. The last time, and mayb the first, must have been more tha 20 years ago when, like you, we took our young kids for a visit. What you have written here brings back a pleasant memory.
Salaam to you and family.

JALAN REBUNG said...

salam kembali al-manar,

I'm glad that the posting bring backs some of your memory of KS. Probably in the near future you'll be revisiting KS again. Sangat berbeza dan banyak kemajuan