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Klang Valley ‘Cool’ Spots To Visit For Hot Heads Who Hate Being Stuck In Traffic

Klang Valley ‘Cool’ Spots To Visit For Hot Heads Who Hate Being Stuck In Traffic

Selangor has some slippery wet fun in store for you at these water theme parks.

Maya Suraya

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Judging from the significant increase of traffic reported in the recent week, it’s clear that life is slowly returning to normal.

With international borders still closed, domestic tourism is booming with a record amount of visitors reported at various hot spots.

While this is excellent news to our economy (and our sanity!), be prepared for heavy traffic with an expected four million vehicles daily cruising all major highways following the lifting of the ban on interstate travel.

For you Klang Valley folks who don’t like the thought of being stuck in traffic for hours eat into the time you could be enjoying your ‘freedom’ out, just stay in Klang Valley lah!

I mean, there’s so much you can see and do that’s going to give you that holiday feel – without the unnecessary traffic.

Splash it out in Selangor

For those of you who have completed two doses of the Covid-19 vaccination, Selangor state is your oyster for a wet and wild time either with friends, family, or yourself because no one is judging.

What’s the first place you think of when you hear ‘water theme park’? Probably Sunway Lagoon, and while it’s one of Malaysia’s most iconic theme parks, here are few lesser-known ones that are just as exciting.

Read More: Family Fun Continues With Sunway Lagoon Reopening 7 October To The Fully Vaccinated

Bangi Wonderland Theme Park & Resorts

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Surrounded by a recreational forest is a 12-acre water theme park which is ideal for those who are looking to escape the hustle-and-bustle of the city.

There are 14 attractions including thrill slides like the Anaconda Trail, Body Slide, Boomeriang, and Insane Racer just to name a few.

Website: Bangi Wonderland Theme Park & Resorts

Address: 2, Persiaran Bangi Avenue, Bangi Avenue, 43000 Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia

Park Opening Days/Hours:

  • Monday to Friday: 10 am – 6 pm (Closed on Tuesday)
  • Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 11 am – 6 pm
  • There is currently a special price offer at RM35 available through their website

Waterworld @ I-City

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Part of Shah Alam’s city of mesmerising LED lights, and home to the only place it snows in Malaysia – SnoWalk, is Waterworld with its various slides and pools.

The talk of the town here is the Tornado Ride, which boasts to be the only one in Southeast Asia.

It is not for the faint-hearted, and you’ll need four people to share a rubber tube down the funnel.

Website: Waterworld @ I-City

Address: i-Gallery, Jalan Multimedia 7/Ah, I-City, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia

Park Opening Days/Hours:

  • Monday to Friday: 11 am – 6 pm (Closed on Tuesday)
  • Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 10 am – 6 pm
  • Adult ticket: RM35
  • Child ticket: RM30

Wet World Water Parks Shah Alam

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Priding itself as a ‘value for money and family-oriented park’, this water park in Shah Alam has been pleasing the masses since 1996.

Of the attractions here, some popular ones include Super Hurricane, Monsoon Buster, Thunder River, and Kiddy Typoon Lagoon.

Website: Wet World Water Parks Shah Alam

Address: No.3A, Persiaran Dato Menteri, Seksyen 2, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Seksyen 14, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor

Park Opening Days/Hours:

  • Monday to Sunday: 10 am – 6 pm (Closed on Wednesday, excluding PH and school holidays)
  • Adult ticket: RM37
  • Child ticket (90cm – 130cm): RM32
  • Children below 90cm enter for free.

STOP and remember the SOP

Eventually, we won’t have to remind you but for now, remember visitors should always adhere to the standard operating procedures (SOPs) set by the government such as ensuring physical distancing, wearing face masks at all times in public, and applying hand sanitiser regularly.

For more destinations in Selangor, and to inspire you to make the most of domestic tourism in the state, check out Tourism Selangor’s official website at www.selangor.travel.


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