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Operated by Jefri Bin Tabuti, 49, and assisted by his wife, Fazliza Ayob, 47, Wak Dol Soto is said to offer the most delicious bowl of soto in Banting! The soto, with its chicken broth, by itself is already very appetising but add a dash of sambal makes it even more yummy. Although soto is considered ... continue reading »

One of the rare eateries in the area to offer Western food, we actually came to Chop 'n' Grill Kanchong for local food, as you can see from these photos! Located along the main road, Chop 'n' Grill is a popular hang-out place too, with its cosy garden setting. Following Western trend, Ladies Night is every Thursday, ... continue reading »

Kelanang Beach is just five minutes drive from the famed Morib Beach (Pantai Morib). I have no idea why one stretch of beach is more popular than the other where both are extensions of each other. The fact that this is the Strait of Malacca means that the water here is murky and the sand is ... continue reading »

No matter how I try to adapt to homestays in a kampung environment, I just can't get used to it. What can I say? I am a city girl through and through! I don't mind visiting, though, to see how much the homestay business has improved over the years! Our visit to Kampung Endah in Banting ... continue reading »

Bukit Jugra, Banting, Selangor

Sep 21, 2016 Author: Emily | Filed under: Landmarks, Photos - Panasonic DMC-FZ150, Travel

Although Bukit Jugra (Jugra Hill) is not as high as Kuala Kubu Bharu's Bukit Batu Pahat which is 1400-foot above sea level, many paragliders come here to fly. In Malaysia, paragliding is a year-long sport but the wind is exceptionally strong in Bukit Jugra. Some pilots could soar for as long as thirty minutes in ... continue reading »

Originally a district police station-cum-jailhouse (Rumah Pasung) on the ground floor and a courtroom on the upper floor, this building functioned as such until the state government administration centre relocated from Jugra to Klang in 1882. It remained as a jailhouse up to 1890 when the Pudu Prison was built. On an area measuring about 20,000 ... continue reading »

Also known as Istana Bandar (Town Palace) and Istana 44 Bilik (Palace with 44 rooms), Alaeddin Palace (Istana Alaeddin) was built in 1899 and completed in 1905 by Sultan Alaeddin Suleiman Syah Ibni Almarhum Raja Muda Musa, the fifth Sultan of Selangor. Sultan Alaeddin, who designed this palace himself, resided here for about 33 years until ... continue reading »

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