A new place and a different experience are the two things that every traveler looks out for on a getaway and Klang is one such place. An offbeat tourist destination that offers a cocktail of experience must be included in every traveler’s wishlist. The mix of culture, heritage, and rich history will give a kaleidoscope of memories to the tourist who wishes to explore the beautiful place and carry all the memories home. The Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk, one of the popular tourist activity in town takes tourists to the various landmarks in town. A day tour of the palace where the current Sultan of Selangor still resides is also included in the activity. Klang, however, became popular among tourists for its port and fishing activities. The fishing village is a short boat ride away from the main Klang. Once in the village, tourists can have a closer look at the interesting lifestyle of the Malaysian fishermen and of course, can try their luck at fishing. After a trip to the fishing village, one can take the high-speed ferry to reach Khetam island in no time. The untouched island offers nature’s beauty at its best. The place has no roads and not more than 20 restaurants which serve fresh out of the boat fish. The FGS Dong Zen Monastery is another peaceful place to be, it offers a closer look inside the lives of monks in Malaysia. Last but not the least famous Klang Port is a place to be. Visit port before sunrise and sunset to catch a beautiful scenic beauty.

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