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Kuala Selangor Reserve

Kuala Selangor Reserve is one of Malaysia’s distinctive Selangor landmarks, located on the borders of the Old Dutch Fort, and rice farms in the ancient city of Sekinchan.

Sunway Lagoon

One of the famous landmarks of Selangor, Sunway Lagoon is a small zoo and a large water park. Visitors spend enjoyable times enjoying horse riding activities, bungee jumping, flying and flying games.

Cansheng Falls

Kanching Falls is located in the Kancheng Recreational Forest Reserve in Selangor, which is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Malaysia, and its waters flow in seven layers, allowing visitors to shower and swim under the waterfalls, in addition to the ability to take camping picnics, wandering in the woods, and picking up Pictures.

Mah Miri Cultural Village

Mah Meri Cultural Village is considered one of the cultural landmarks in Selangor, it is located on the island of Palau Kari, southwest of Kuala Lumpur. In the wood carvings that tell the stories of its members, Mahi Miri provides visitors with bicycles that can be rented to get to know the island, and tourists can also buy baskets made from palm leaf and beautiful Pandanus leaves.

Bandar Palace

Bandar Palace is located in the south of Selangor state in Malaysia, and it has been built since the fifteenth century by the fifth ruler of Selangor Aladdin Shah, where the aim of his establishment of the palace was to provide a suitable place to receive important city guests, and this landmark includes a group of sculptures It is also made of marble and is surrounded by a lush garden.

the blue Mosque

The Blue Mosque is called by this name because it contains a high blue dome, and it contains the longest minaret in the world, as it is one of the most important and most important manifestations of urban Malaysia, whose walls are decorated with Islamic motifs inscribed in Arabic calligraphy, and the mosque is also called Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque.

Phuket Melawati

Bukit Melawati Fort is located in the Kuala Selangor region on the coast, and its construction dates back to the end of the eighteenth century, as the second Selangori ruler built it in order to fortify its site. There is also a royal shrine, a lighthouse, and a place for rest.

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