Bukit Melawati At Kuala Selangor

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#1: On the tram.

Bukit Melawati At Kuala Selangor – Hello people, I am back, I am back, I am finally back to blogging! Let’s get into the main topic of the day, 2 weeks ago, I went to a field trip to Kuala Selangor with my Diploma In Interior Design semester 3 classmate as well as my lecturer Miss Sofia. Well, I have been to Kuala Selangor before, the fishing village there but I have never been up to Bukit Melawati, the main attraction of the little country side town.


#2: On the tram, still, going up to Bukit Melawati.

Kuala Selangor is a quiet and peaceful town 45 minutes away from the hustle and bustle city life of Kuala Lumpur. What’s famous here are seafood, Bukit Melawati, fireflies seeing, as well as the Kuala Selangor Nature Park (which I think kinda sucks).


#3: Lighthouse on top.


#4: Monkey and the lighthouse.


#5: Monkey!!!


#6: Monkey!!!!!!!!!! Black.

We took a tram that took us from Kuala Selangor Nature Park up to the Bukit Melawati. The mini hill top is not very high, but yet it gives a spectacular view at the Malacca Straits and the special thing up there are the lighthouse and the monkeys! Yes, I mentioned about monkey.


#7: Nice view with Malacca Straits at far end.


#8: Zhi Sheng!


#9: The blogger me.


#10: Ken, Wesley, me and Steve.


#11: Wesley acting cool.

Upon arrival at the top, you will see many monkey wandering around the place, waiting tourist to feed them the monkey food that can be bought at RM1 at there. The monkey food basically is the Chinese Long Bean.


#12: Monkeys acting cool.


#13: The people.

Surprisingly, monkey at there looks different from the one in Botanical Garden, Penang which the monkeys there have black hair and are not aggressive. They won’t snatch or attack you for food.


#14: My lecturer. Haha.


#15: Junior.


#16: Zetty and Ana on the right.


#17: Rashid.


#18: MONKEYYYYY!!!

We spent some time up there enjoying the windy breeze and fooling around with the monkey. The place is quite nice. =D

A Malaysian-Chinese who fancies good food, enjoy travelling, and have an obsession in pressing the camera shutter button and technology gadget, not to mention, a strong love for Penang. Nick is currently based in the UK and pursuing a BA degree for Interior Design and he's obviously on travel-mode now.

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