I am honoured to be mentioned in The Star newspaper in March on the topic of Klang Tours. As part of a collaboration with Klang Municipal Council and Tourism Selangor, I conduct free guided heritage walks of Klang which is free to all visitors. Together with a group of other enthusiastic tour guides, we conduct this tour every Saturday and Sunday between 9am 12pm. The tour is called The Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk, and it covers one of the oldest towns in Malaysia. The most important tin producers in the 1500s and located along the most famous rivers in Malaysia called the Klang River, Klang became the Royal Capital before it was changed to Kuala Lumpur.
This tour shows the town’s development, the basis of the Selangor’s monarchy and the emergence of the British colonial administration between late 1800’s to mid 1900’s. Some of the locations that I cover in this walk are such as old colonial government buildings, the Sultan’s palace, the Royal Gallery, places of worship, an old clubhouse, an old fire-station and a former tin warehouse.
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