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9 Apr-10 Apr
Stayed one night during the lockdown and even though everything was closed, staff were very attentive. Food was delivered promptly and everything was very clean.
17 Apr-18 Apr
The area is convenient with lots of food and coffee around; Should provide extra blanket if the sofa bed is available for extra guest to stay
Perfect place to rest for the a few hours. Hotel is very clean, quick checkin process. Gave us breakfast before our flight. On the way to our destination we slept on the floor. On the way back we stayed in the hotel. Best $60.00 I have ever spent. Well worth the money spent. Hot shower after a long ...
9 Apr-10 Apr
This place is perfect..so clean.Staffs we met Sharmine and Azizi welcome us with a BIG SMILE.So helpful..polite..This hotel located in a very nice place.Lots of restaurants nearby..reasonable..And very near to KLIA 1 and2.We going to sign up to be member of Orange Hotel..Reasonable hotel rate and ...
The small, western state of Selangor is Malaysia’s most affluent and heavily-populated province. It includes the busy Klang Valley, but even though it surrounds Kuala Lumpur, does not include the Malaysian capital. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of magnificent cities and towns dotting the landscape, from the royal metropolis of Klang to the state capital Shah Alam.Don’t Miss
Selangor has lots of great tourist attractions that attract travellers year round. It still attracts thousands of visitors annually.
Architecture in Selangor ranges from impressive contemporary splendours to the colonial-drenched buildings of the bygone era. Most towns and cities are able to tell their past through their cityscape, so exploring these sites are highly recommended. Klang features sites like the glorious Royal Palace and Kota Raja Mahadi Fort. Shah Alam’s Blue Mosque is another awe-inspiring site.
The recreational forest in Ampang, which rests around the banks of the Ampang River, is a great place for bird watching, and with its many playgrounds, attracts many families over the weekends. Tourists can also witness fireflies at the aptly named Firefly Sanctuary, and enjoy a day out at National Zoo of Malaysia, the largest zoological park in the country.
The Sepang F1 circuit hosts the Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix each year. In addition, Selangor offers many other entertainment attractions for travellers. Sunway Lagoon is an ideal spot to thrill the wife and kids for the day. To escape the heat, tourists should head to Shah Alam’s Wet Water World Park, which never disappoints.Food in Selangor
As with other regions of Malaysia, Selangor has a variety of renowned cuisines that visitors simply must try. Kajang is famous for satay-style skewered meat, while Klang is home to the mouth-watering bak kut teh (pork rib tea) and ngar poh kai fan (chicken clay pot with rice). There are dozens of shops selling these specialties in the city. Nightlife in Selangor isn’t overly popular and tourists are probably better off travelling into Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle district for nightlife.Shopping in Selangor
Book your Selangor hotel near to the city's hottest shopping areas. Selangor’s towns and cities are famous for their night markets, which are known locally as Pasar Malam, and these offer a large number of bargains to visitors. Pasar Malam Tamam Mesra in Kajang is arguably the most famous night market in the state.
Selangor’s busiest cities are also home to Western-style malls, which provide visitors with an escape for the heat and a range of brand-name retailers. Plaza Shah Alam in the state capital, Sunway Pyramid Megamall in Petaling Jaya and Klang’s AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre are among the largest malls in the state.