Minimum 2 Persons
|2 Person||3-4 Persons||5 above Persons|
|RM350.00 / Pax||RM280.00 / Pax||RM250.00 / Pax|
Duration : 03.30pm – 10.00pm (1530 hrs – 2200 hrs)
-03.30 pm (1530 hrs) Departure from Kuala Lumpur.
-05.30 pm (1730 hrs) Silverleaf monkey feeding at Melawati Hill
-07.00 pm (1900 hrs) Dinner at Restaurant (seafood/vegetarian)
-08.00 pm (2000 hrs) Fireflies watching by boat
-09.00 pm (2100 hrs) Depart to Kuala Lumpur
-10.00 pm (2200 hrs) Arrival at Kuala Lumpur
Dinner and Boat Ticket Included
English Speaking Driver
About The Fireflies & Monkey Feeding Tour Attractions
Kuala Selangor is a town located in Selangor, Malaysia, and is capital of an administrative district of the same name. The town caters largely to tourists coming this way en route to Kelip-Kelip at Kampung Kuantan or local travellers on a trail of seafood binging. Kuala Selangor town is not particularly big and one can easily walk around without a map or a guide. There are a number of cheap food outlets and a couple of fast food joints. It is also possible to walk to the Kuala Selangor Nature Park and Bukit Melawati for a visit.
Kuala Selangor is an old royal capital of Selangor. It was conquered by the Dutch in 1784, when they successfully attempted to expand from their base in Melaka to control the tin trade of Perak and Selangor. Bukit Melawati is a hill overlooking Kuala Selangor and the Strait of Malacca. The Dutch destroyed the existing fortifications on the hill during their 1784 invasion, and built a European-style castle, naming it Fort Atlingsburg after their commander. The fort was fought over repeatedly by the Dutch, Sultanate of Selangor and later the British, until all that remains today are some scattered ruins.