Horizon Travel & Tour

Malaysia Office :

No. 1-A-1, Jalan Amaniah Mulia 1,

Taman Amaniah Mulia,

Batu Caves 68100

Selangor Darul Ehsan

Telephone: 0060361859386

Mobile : ++6011 12269188

Europe Office :

No 50, West End Lane,

Hayes Harlington,

Middlesex, UB3 5LU.

Telephone No: ++44 208 8971629

Mobile : ++44 752 2601872

E-mail : horizontravelntours@gmail.com
Website : www.horizontravel.webs.com

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

nature payback package

FRIM Forest Research Institute Malaysia

FRIM provides the opportunities for visitors to learn more about the forest and at the same time to relax and refresh themselves with unpolluted environment. With many outdoor recreations and public education on the ground, FRIM has become a popular spot for picnickers, joggers, cyclers, tourists and nature study groups. On the other hand, it is chosen as family day events, treasure hunts, camping, birdwatching, jungle trekking, wedding reception and nature photography.

Batu Caves Magnificent Hindu Cave Temple

The huge Batu Caves are the best well known attraction near Kuala Lumpur; just 13km north of the capital, a short distance off the Ipoh road. It is a MUST go tourist spot if you are staying in Kuala Lumpur for more than 2 days.

Once you arrive at Batu Caves, you will see a main square at which Indian vendors have put up their simple stalls. Take a moment at one of the stalls, and enjoy the distinctive Hindu nature of the surroundings, complete with small temples, colorful wooden carved figures and of course Hindu worshippers dressed in traditional sarongs.

Batu Caves is made up by three main caves and several small ones. The Temple Cave or Cathedral Cave is the best known and biggest of the Batu caves. To reach the temple cave, you must make your way up 272 rock stairs and through numerous macaque monkeys.

Selayang Hot Spring

There are two small pools and one large one located on state land near Jalan Ipoh (coming from KL), before the overhead bridge leading to the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) complex.

The place has been a popular recreation and relaxation spot for the neighbouring residents and visitors from other parts of the Klang Valley. It also attracts visitors from outstation and foreign tourists.

According to Liau Hup, an 81-year-old resident of Jalan Ipoh, the hot spring water is purported to have healing powers and many visitors go there with the hope of having certain illnesses or diseases, especially skin diseases, cured.

3 place in 1day only RM100 per/pax

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For further information please contact or email to:
Joe (call or sms : 011 12269188 )
Email: horizontravelntours@gmail.com


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