Location : Bukit Melawati, 45000, Kuala Selangor, Malaysia
Time Required : 4-5 hours
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Situated in Kuala Selangor in the Klang Valley, Bukit Melawati, also known as the Melawati hill is a land of heritage and legacy. The most sought after weekend spot for all Malaysians, the Bukit Melawati looks even more beautiful with the Strait of Malacca behind and the silver leaf monkeys jumping around in the hills. The foundation stones, cannons, and colonial homes will enthral any history-admirer. Experiencing the tram ride up above the hill or hiking your way towards the steep slopes - both are available in Melawati Hills.
A designated historical monument and historical site under Antiquities Act 1976, the history goes back to the time of Sultan Ibrahim in the 18th century when the famous fort Kota Melawati was constructed in Melawati hills for administrative works. The serene ambience of Bukit Melawati is surrounded by a royal mausoleum, Kuala Selangor Lighthouse, Kota Melawati fort, and the Kuala Selangor Historical Museum. Spending a day in Melawati hills will be even more exciting with additional tourist spots like Kampung Kuantan Firefly Park and Kuala Selangor Nature Park around.
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