Mountain Climbing at Batu Caves
Just minutes away from the city centre, Batu Caves is a vast network of caves and cave temples that plays host to a variety of sports and cultural activities. From scaling imposing rock walls to visiting centuries-old places of worship, this is the perfect venue for a rewarding day trip.
Jungle Trekking at Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) Kepong
Venture into the forests of Kepong for closer glimpses of tropical Malaysia’s flora and fauna. The popular canopy walkway offers a different perspective of the countryside’s foliage from 30m above ground, while jungle trails provide tranquil encounters with nature.
Blind Massuers at Little India, Brickfields
Enjoy rejuvenating massages by skilful masseurs who are visually impaired in an area surrounded by prime cultural attractions.
Kenko Fish Spa at Bukit Bintang
Clean your feet in the most interesting way possible — by dipping them into a pool with a bevy of tiny fishes! Popular with locals, this highly effective treatment is a unique acquired pleasure.
Firefly Watching at Kuala Selangor
Spend a magical evening onboard a boat as thousands of twinkling fireflies provide a delightful harmony of sights and sounds. This is one of the few remaining places in the world today where you can still observe fireflies in their natural habitat.
Did You Know?
Shoes must always be removed before you enter a Malaysian home.
As a gesture of respect, everyone is referred to as ‘Uncle’, ‘Auntie’, ‘Brother’ or ‘Sister’.
In conversations amongst Malaysians, the colloquial word ‘lah’ is a suffix added at the end of every sentence and depending on the tone, it can change a verb into a command, soften or add emphasis to a sentence, persuade or reassure.