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6 Things To Do During School Holidays In Selangor 2022!

Let’s “Pusing Selangor Dulu!”

Visit These 6 Must-See Selangor Attractions!

Coming soon, school vacations! Looking forward to spending more time with your family and detaching from the screens?  Stop scrolling your phone because we got this covered for you!

Here are the Top 6 school holiday activities for your family by Tourism Selangor. With one click, all the itineraries will match your needs.

Let’s pack your things and Pusing Selangor Dulu with your family!

1) Water Theme Parks in Selangor

  • Sunway Lagoon, Subang Jaya

If you’re looking for a place to have fun, go no farther than Sunway Lagoon. Sunway Lagoon offers the ultimate theme park experience, spanning over 88 acres and featuring more than 90 attractions. There are six adventure zones, including a water park, amusement park, wildlife park, extreme park, scream park, and Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon, the first Nickelodeon-themed land in Asia. It’s splash time and let’s have a blast with your family here with the unending rides!

Operating Hours: 10.00 am – 6.00 pm daily (closed on Tuesdays). 

Visit their official website for more information at

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  • Bangi Wonderland, Bangi

Spend the day at Bangi Wonderland swimming, playing, and resting, and check out all 14 of the park’s fantastic rides and slides. This water park is great for all ages, whether you’re looking for a place to unwind with the family or a place to get your adrenaline pumping on their thrilling waterslides. Enjoy an exhilarating ride down the longest and colourful Insane Racer waterslide here. P/S it’s kid-friendly too!

Operating Hours: 11.00 am – 6.00 pm weekdays (closed on Tuesdays)

     10.00 am – 6.00 pm weekends 

Visit their official website for more information at

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  • Riverine Splash Water Theme Park @ Amverton Cove, Kuala Langat

There are over a dozen rides and slides to enjoy at this tribal-themed water park at Amverton Cove Golf & Island Resort, including the Anaconda Tube Slide, Rimba River, Survival Park, and even the kid-friendly Kiddie Beats. The price of admission is RM58 for adults and RM38 for children (all-day entry).

Operating Hours: 10.00 am – 6.00 pm daily (closed on Tuesdays) 

Visit their official website for more information at

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Outdoor & Indoor Theme Parks in Selangor

  • KidZania Malaysia, Mutiara Damansara 

Welcome to KidZania Kuala Lumpur, where children can spend the day “becoming adults” in this indoor family-themed learning centre with a safe and fun environment! Aided by experience facilitators, the kids can practise in a well-structured city model with their peers through a variety of role playing exercises!

KidZania gives kids the opportunity to try out a variety of professions, from firefighter to chef to scientist, all while building essential skills for life. The best part of this experience? Spending their Kidzos money! Redeem merchandises or food items within this city with their hard-earned Kidzos – what better way to teach children responsibility and fiscal appreciation, than in a fun environment? 

Operating Hours: 10.00 am – 6.00 pm daily (closed on Tuesdays) 

Visit their official website for more information at

  • ESCAPE Challenge Adventure Park, Petaling Jaya

ESCAPE Petaling Jaya is the modern-day solution to enhance our physical activities and escape from the hillbilly of the outdoor activities! The theme park offers thrilling natural outdoor rides and activities into the 21st century and modern indoor setting!

The rides and games at ESCAPE PJ prove that there is no age limit to have fun, as they have been designed for a wide range of age groups, talents, and energy levels. 

Operating Hours: 10.00 am – 8.00 pm daily (closed on Mondays)

Visit their official website for more information at

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  • RollerWa, 1 Utama Petaling Jaya

Located in the 1 Utama shopping centre, RollerWa is Malaysia’s first indoor skating rink. Public can rent skate and safety equipment for two hours with RM38 for adults and RM28 for kids under 18. Alternately, you may opt for a full day rental packages with RM68 for adults and RM58 for children. Expert instructors are available to help you learning on ice skating basics. With two entertaining photo booths equipped with stunning neon lighting, RollerWa is a great place for your Instagram feed!

Visit their official website for more information at

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Sports & Recreational Activities in Selangor

  • Skytrex Adventure Sungai Congkak, Hulu Langat

Skytrex Adventure Sungai Congkak is Malaysia’s first Skytrex flying fox park, with more flying fox features and a longer track than any other similar facilities in Malaysia. It is set in the tranquil and lush ambiance of Congkak Park & Resort, with Sungai Congkak streaming directly under the path of the circuit activities. Skytrex Adventure is Malaysia’s first tree-to-tree ‘sky-trekking’ experience, where you may soar, swing, glide, and dangle on the many aerial obstacles suspended above the lush tropical Malaysian Rain Forest. 

Visit their official website for more information at 

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  • JumpStreet Asia, Petaling Jaya

Jump Street Trampoline Park is an urban playground dedicated to jumping, bouncing, and rolling in various trampoline setups, each offering a different type of fun! Nearly a hundred trampolines are connected to a large court, including a unique trampoline basketball hoop, a trampoline dodgeball court, a bubble hole you can jump into, and a giant airbag you can jump onto. Jump Street Asia is a fun playground for everyone, whether you are a complete amateur or an experienced athlete.  Even the little ones have their own special jumping area, open to children as young as 3 years old. 

Visit their official website for more information at

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  • WINDLAB Indoor Skydiving, 1 Utama, Petaling Jaya

WINDLAB Indoor Skydiving, located in Malaysia’s 1 Utama shopping mall, recreates the sensation of freefalling from 14,000 feet while keeping you safely on the ground. It is among Asia’s most popular amusement park attractions and an Ideal experience for those who have always dreamed of taking to the skies. The students can safely learn to fly in a circular wind tunnel with a cushion of air in a 32-foot-high chamber that is 12 feet in diameter. All skydivers can feel secure jumping off the chamber’s trampoline floor, which is made of aircraft-quality stainless steel and can withstand winds of up to 250 km/h.

Visit their official website for more information at

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Eco Nature Attractions in Selangor

  • Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM)

If you’re a nature lover, you should definitely check out the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM). As one of the world’s premier centres for forest research and development, it is also home to a wide variety of native flora and fauna. Thanks to its accessibility in Petaling Jaya suburbs, public can easily reach to FRIM.

Explore the nature trails here and learn about the local ecosystem. Before stepping out into the wilderness, be sure to stop by the information desk for a quick briefing and to pick up some plant booklets. Don’t miss the newly built Skywalk in Taman Botanical Kepong, which is a quarter mile long and its fifty stories towers above the forest floor for breathtaking views of the Klang Valley!

Visit their official website for more information at

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  • Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands, Dengkil

The Discovery Wetlands provide safe havens for numerous plant and animal species across its 1,111 acres of lush greenery and large lakes. Recognised as the Klang Valley’s largest wetland park, it features a rich biodiversity and is quickly becoming a popular eco-tourism spot. Hot air balloon rides, cycling, equestrian riding, and other thrilling outdoor activities are all available there. Certainly an excellent spot for a quick weekend getaway and a fun family day out!

Visit their official website for more information at

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  • Kelip – Kelip (Fireflies Park) Kampung Kuantan, Kuala Selangor

Thousands of fireflies gather around the berembang trees along the Selangor River at night to perform their mating dance, creating a bioluminescent glow that can be seen from miles away. Enjoy the tranquilly of a boat trip along the river and the enchanted surroundings with your loved ones. It is believed that many of the nests of the most frequent firefly species in the area, Pteroptyx tener, can only be found in this location, thanks to the continuous and devoted local conservation efforts. 

Kampung Kuantan is roughly 9 kilometres from the nearest town of Kuala Selangor, and it has all the endearing traits of a little village far from the hubbub of the city. 

Operating Hours: 7.30 pm – 10.30 pm daily

Visit their official website for more information at

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Waterfalls & River Activities in Selangor

  • Waterfalls @ Kanching Eco Forest Park

Kanching Eco Forest Park is known for its magnificent seven-tier waterfalls, making it a a major draw for visitors especially among the nature lovers. Visitors can bask in the in the beautiful grassy meadows and lush forests, or take a dip in the peaceful, stone-covered stream that is safe for kids of all ages. There are many gazebos, stone benches, and even a bridge over the creek, making this location perfect for picnics.

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  • Sungai Chiling, Kuala Kubu Bharu

Located about 3 kilometres away from Kuala Kubu Bharu, this river homes the famous 80-meter Chiling Waterfalls, which cascade into a tranquil lagoon. Just like the Gabai Waterfalls, Chiling Waterfalls are located within Taman Warisan Negeri Selangor (Selangor State Park). 

Explore exotic flora, such as wild orchids and bamboos as you hike through streams and rivers to get to the waterfalls. This site also homes the Mahseer Fish Sanctuary, governed by the Selangor Fisheries and Selangor Forestry Departments. This sanctuary plays a vital role in providing the essential habitat and natural breeding ground for fishes that migrate from the river’s headwaters to the main waterfall area. 

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  • Sungai Pertak  

The Sungai Pertak River flows through an Orang Asli community area and into the Sungai Selangor Dam. A favourite weekend spot for those who enjoy fishing and camping, this destination also attracts 4WD enthusiasts and dirt bikers who love to blaze down the various trails that run along and across this river. 

Enjoy the river’s multiple deep pool and mini waterfall segments, as well as the largest segment nearest to the village. The river also serves as a starting point for climbers going up Bukit Kutu, an abandoned colonial hill station perched atop a 1000-meter-high mountain summit. You may get to the riverfront attraction by taking the main road to Kampung Pertak and continuing on a dirt road until you reach the end.

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Zoos, Mini Zoos & Petting Zoos in Selangor

  • Zoo Negara

Located in Ulu Klang, Gombak District, Selangor, Zoo Negara (National Zoo) covers 110 acres (44 ha) and is the largest zoo in Malaysia and houses over 5,137 animals, representing 476 species of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, and fish. All of the exhibits are spread out nicely around a large lake where storks, pelicans, egrets, ibises, and swans are free to roam. Be sure to take a second and also enjoy the wonderful landscapes abundantly populated by mature trees. Don’t forget to catch the animal feeding sessions and trained animal shows too – definite crowd favourites! 

Operating Hours: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm daily

Visit their official website for more information at

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  • Farm In The City, Seri Kembangan 

Farm In The City (FITC) is a conceptual zoo that blends elements of wildlife and nature in a conservation park-like setting. Keeping an authentic Malaysian “kampung” (village) feel, this unique park is complete with its farm and fruit orchard. FITC intends to become a tourism hub that is both educational and entertaining by encouraging visitors to engage with the animals and plant life in a relaxed yet authentic setting. FITC places a high value on educating visitors about the various aspects of farm and animal life as well as wildlife conservation and preservation efforts. 

Operating Hours: 10.00 am – 6.00 pm weekdays (closed on Tuesdays)

      9.30 am – 6.00 pm weekends

Visit their official website for more information at

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  • G2G Animal Garden, MAEPS Serdang

G2G Animal Garden is located in Malaysia Agro Expo Park in Serdang (MAEPS). Animal lovers, families, and anyone else looking for a fun and safe way to interact with animals will enjoy G2G Animal Garden, which is a petting zoo. Bond with the animals as you feed and interact with them. Among the animal stations set up here are the Cat House, Bird Cage, Animal Therapy House, Rabbit Park, Reptile House, Pigeon House, Tortoise Park, and Village Pets. 

Operating Hours: 10.00 am – 6.00 pm weekdays (closed on Tuesdays)

      9.30 am – 6.00 pm weekends and Public Holidays

Visit their official website for more information at

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Selangor is a popular, trendy, and top tourist destination in Malaysia, filled with intriguing activities and attractions; beyond the coverage of this article. Traveling to Selangor will undoubtedly add a special dimension to your vacation. So, what are you waiting for this school holiday? Let’s “Pusing Selangor Dulu!”.

Log on to Tourism Selangor’s official website, www.selangor.travelfor inspiration on your next travel to Selangor, or follow Tourism Selangor’s official social media (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, and YouTube) accounts. #PusingSelangorDulu!

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