Kemensah is an area surrounded with village and high end residential area. It was named after the river, Sungai Kemensah, which located at Hulu Kelang, Gombak. Since it is a residential area, what you can do in Kemensah?
Zoo Negara, or the National Zoo 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. For funding, Zoo Negara relies on gate collections and on support from donors and sponsors.
Zoo Negara is home to 5137 animals of 459 different species. Over the years, the zoo has transformed itself to an open concept zoo with over 90% of its animals kept in spacious exhibits with landscape befitting its nature. It is a very nice place to visit with family and kids. The zoo is also surround
How can reach Zoo Negara? You may reach Zoo Negara with public transport.
By Light Rail Transit System (LRT) :
- Alight at Wangsa Maju Station, Kelana Jaya Line
- Board a taxi to Zoo Negara
By Bus :
- Rapid KL number 253 from Putra LRT Station, Wangsa Maju, KL
- Rapid KL number 220 from Titiwangsa Station, KL
ATV Adventure Park
ATV Adventure Park was founded on 2006 by En. Mas Fadzillah Khan bin Ali. He has more than 20 years motoring experience. The park is located in the heart of the city at Kg. Kemensah, Hulu Kelang, Kuala Lumpur. It is the largest of its kind in Malaysia, offering various jungle trails for outdoor enthusiasts and all-terrain riders. ATV Fun Adventure Park is an AP Holder and sole distributor in Malaysia for ATV E-ton models from Taiwan.
The park is set up with 7 bikes, increased to 80 units in early 2013, given the recognition by Malaysian Tourism Promotion Board and Selangor Tourism Action Council as prospect icon in Eco-Tourism Malaysia.
Kemensah Chalet & Waterfall
The waterfall is located nearby of Zoo Negara. If you are looking for somewhere to cool down and adventures, Kemensah Chalet & Waterfall is somewhere for you. This water is suitable for whole family as a weekend activities with the kids.
Not only the waterfall, you can also enjoy ATV and barbecue at Kemensah Chalet & Waterfall. If you plan to camp here, you just have to pay an amount to stay overnight. If you came from other state and would like to stay overnight, you may choose the chalet available here.
Pantai Dalam is a residential area situated in the south-west of Kuala Lumpur and is under the parliamentary constituency of Lembah Pantai. Recently, the development of Pantai Dalam is growing rapidly. Had you wonder why developers are focusing on growing Pantai Dalam? Let's find out together!
The larger area of Pantai Dalam is formed by many smaller residential areas including：
Taman Bukit Angkasa,
Taman Pantai Dalam.
Pantai Dalam is also surrounded by amenities such as:
SMK Seri Pantai
Mid Valley and The Gardens,
Bangsar Village Shopping Centre
The Accessibility and Transportation
Accessibility to and from Pantai Dalam to the other parts of the Klang Valley like the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Bangsar, Mont Kiara and Petaling Jaya is convenient via the Sprint Highway (Kerinchi Link), New Pantai Expressway (NPE) and the Federal Highway.
A new interchange is developing, which will link the Pantai Sentral Park mixed-use development and the Pantai Dalam–Kerinchi area with the New Pantai Express Way (NPE). This projects is estimated to take approximately 18 month to complete.
Pantai Dalam is also surrounded by public transportation:
Buses (Bustop at Bengel Motosikal Jalan Pantai Dalam, Jejantas Pantai Ria Jalan Pantai Dalam, Klinik Kesihatan Jalan Pantai Dalam, Selepas Pasar Jalan Pantai Dalam)
Trains (LRT Kerinchi and Abdullah Hukum Station, KTM Pantai Dalam and Angkasapuri Station)
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