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Ampang Jaya : parcs et nature

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Zoo
“The National Zoo is a zoo in Malaysia located on 110 acres of land in Ulu Klang, Gombak District, Selangor, Malaysia. It was officially opened on 14 November 1963 by the country's first prime minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman. The park is managed by a non-governmental organisation known as the Malaysian Zoological Society.”
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Zoo
“National Zoo. You will see Panda and Orang Utan. Can feed giraff and elephant.”
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Parc
“The stalls at the lake entrance serve up signature local foods; Nasi Lemak, Mee Rebus, Rojak and Chendol.”
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Parc
“Tabur Hill offer nice hiking and rock climbing experience for anyone who scale this hill. Tabur Hill, even with all the accident reports, I would still consider this side of the hill (west side) to be very safe as long as the hiker know his or her limit and know what he or she is doing. Do note, I would not recommend this hill to be the first hiking trip for any new hiker but go ahead if only you feel confident and would also not encourage hiking on the mountain while raining or right after the rain as the rock will be slippery.”
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Parc
“Tabur West is the most popular trail of all. The entire loop takes about 3-4 hours. However, just around 30-40 minutes into the trail is a viewpoint overlooking the dam at the left side, which is more glorious if you catch the sea of clouds just before sunrise, and the city on the right side.”
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Water Park
“It has been proven by science that eating outdoors makes a person happier. BBQ Lamb KL Kemensah provides customers with the ultimate outdoor dining experience, by having table settings in the river itself. If you’re thinking you (or the food) will be washed away, don’t worry. The tables and chairs are situated in the low current area of the river, so the water only runs across your feet.”
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Trail
“One of our favourite trails as it is really close to the city. You will be able to enjoy the greenery and see the remains of a dis-used reservoir and a mini-waterfall on the trail. It is a relatively short trail - only 3.5km return - but you will need to be reasonably fit to do it as it is pretty steep. Shoes with good grip, and dri-fit clothing is recommended. Bring along at least a bottle of water and maybe a chocolate bar in case you get hungry. Let us know if you would like to explore this trail. We will let you know where the trail head is, and depending on our schedules, we may even take you... ”
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Malay Restaurant
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Scenic Lookout
Parc
“Are you up for a walk? Get the chance to meet and observe the local town people here.”
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Zoo
“Good place to see animals which inhibits in Malaysia, eg Malayan tigers, orang utan.”
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Mountain
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Parc
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Parc
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