Whether you’re rising early in Kuala Lumpur or Selangor, early mornings are the best times for a sun-kissed hike. They say the hiking trails will leave everyone breathless at every step of the way, but it’ll reward the most determined hikers with a breathtaking view.

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As the early sunlight casts its glow on these bustling cities, wake up and take your mornings to new heights. If you’re ready to hit these hiking trails, let’s go!


1. Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM), Kepong

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While it’s a bummer that the FRIM Canopy Walkway is permanently closed due to the declining health of the surrounding trees, there are a bunch of ways to experience the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM). First and foremost, you’re only allowed to explore the forest and nature trails with a FRIM nature guide. Here are some simple steps to apply for a FRIM nature guide:

  • Head over to the FRIM One Stop Centre
  • When you request for a FRIM nature guide, choose between two types of services: nature trekking (RM150 per guide) and night walk (RM250 per guide). Each guide can accommodate a group of 25 pax
  • After you’ve made your payment, your guide will take you to 1-2 trails (popular choices: Keruing and Salleh Trails)
  • This nature tour will take approximately 1-2 hours (depending on the number of trails)

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While some trails are off-limits for research purposes, your guide can take you to their oldest trail named Keruing Trail, which is surrounded by statuesque timber trees. There are other trails to explore such as Salleh Nature Trail (1 hour) that is fenced by natural forest plantation as well as Engkabang Trail (45 mins) that focuses on biodegradation in the forest complete with sightings of hardworking termites on rotten trees. You can also check out migratory birds and wetland ecosystem along Sebasah Trail (40 mins). To witness the diversity of Malaysian under-storey plants, make your way to Razak Walk that is also Malaysia’s first disabled-friendly trail.

Address: Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), Visitor Information Centre, 52109 Kepong, Kuala Lumpur
Contact number: +603 6279 7592 / +603 6279 7649
Entrance fee:

  • Adults (with MyKad): RM1 per pax
  • Adults (without MyKad): RM5 per pax
  • Children (below 12 years old; with MyKid): Free
  • Children (below 12 years old; without MyKid): RM1 per pax
  • Vehicle entry: RM5 per vehicle
  • Nature guide fee: RM150 per guide (nature trekking) and RM250 per guide (night walk). It is compulsory to hire a nature guide to trek around FRIM as it is not a public recreational park. Both fees can cater up to 25 pax per group.
  • Camera fee: RM5 per camera

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate
Duration: 1 hour (one way)
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Where to eat

Dotty’s Pastries & Coffee, TTDI

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Dotty’s is no stranger among the locals in Kuala Lumpur. Well-known for their delicious pastries and various artisanal breads (try their croissants!), it is not a surprise that the restaurant is always packed. Once you’ve queued to secure a table, order Dotty’s Big Breakfast, salt beef sandwich or soft shell crab burger.

Address: Dotty’s Pastries & Coffee, 20-G, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 2, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: Daily, 8AM-10PM
Directions: Take a 17-minute drive from FRIM to this cafe
Halal status: While this Muslim-owned bakery is not halal-certified, all ingredients are sourced from halal-certified suppliers and no alcohol is served on the premise
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[P.S. Craving for the sweet stuff? Head over to these 17 ridiculously good (and halal!) Klang Valley bakeries that’ll keep you coming back for more! 😍]


2. Bukit Sri Bintang, Kepong

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It’s an easy peasy hike for the pros, but a great practice ground for beginners. Perched behind Desa Park City, Bukit Sri Bintang is filled with grassy hillside complete with a view of Mont Kiara landscape when you reach the top.

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After you entered the entrance at Taman Sri Bintang (behind Desa Park City), you’ll meet a fork that consists of a clear (but muddy!) trail and another with uneven steps. Don’t worry about getting lost because whichever path you choose will lead you to the hilltop. As the trees pave way for the open grassy field, here’s where you’ll see the terrace houses and condos down below. Push your way to the top, so you’ll get a clear vantage point of the Mont Kiara skyline.

Address: Bukit Sri Bintang, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur
Entrance fee: Free
Difficulty level: Easy
Duration: 1.5 hours (both ways)

Where to eat

Aunty Manju’s Home of Banana Leaf, TTDI

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Aunty Manju serves MSG-free home-cooked dishes that patrons from near and far can’t seem to get enough of. On weekends, throngs of customers can be seen enjoying roti canai, thosai and apam for breakfast. Aunty Manju’s banana leaf rice boasts 5 vegetarian side dishes, instead of the usual three. Must-try side dishes include the crab curry and mutton marrow curry!

Address: Aunty Manju’s Home of Banana Leaf, 18, Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 1, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: Daily, 7AM-11PM
Directions: Take a 17-minute drive from Bukit Sri Bintang to this restaurant
Halal status: The restaurant is pork-free and uses Muslim-friendly ingredients

[P.S. Looking for more banana leaf recommendations? Check out our top 9 halal banana leaf restaurants in KL you won’t be able to resist 🤤]


3. Broga Hill, Semenyih

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We’re pretty sure you’ve seen Broga Hill in the Instagram feeds of your Malaysian friends. Known as ‘Bukit Lalang’, Broga Hill is a nature spot in Semenyih that is widely frequented by nature lovers, hikers, trail runners and photographers. Most of them will arrive at dawn to admire the incredible panoramic view.

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Reaching the skies at 400 meters high, trekking up Broga Hill is not too difficult as the trail is pretty straight forward with only moderate slopes. A word of caution, it can be quite crowded during the weekends and public holidays, so if you can manage it, try going up during a weekday. You should also come prepared with water bottles, adequate cover and a ton of sunscreen as the hill doesn’t have much in the way of coverage so you’ll be exposed to the sun.

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Climbing up Broga Hill, you’ll be able to see three viewing points marked by RHB signs at 880 feet, 1,150 feet and finally at the top at 1,312 feet. The entire climb will be enough to get your heart pumping but the scenic view of the plains, oil palm plantations and towns (complete with the distant mountains looming majestically in the background) makes the trek entirely worth it.

#HHWT Tip: As of 27 April 2019, no hiking permit is needed to climb Broga Hill. However, all hiking participants will need to pay a small fee at the entrance of the trail

Address: Broga Hills, Jalan Broga, Selangor
Entrance fee: RM1 per pax
Difficulty level: Easy to moderate
Duration: 1-2 hours (both ways)

Where to eat

Mee Tarik Warisan Asli, Bangi

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Craving some authentic Chinese food? Head over to Mee Tarik Warisan Asli for a bowl of authentic mee tarik (pulled noodles). The owners of this establishment are Chinese Muslims from China who moved to Malaysia and brought their awesome pulled noodles culture with them. Try their lamen soup with sliced beef, mee soup with braised beef and other slurpy dishes to try on! And don’t forget to try their famous bao bao tea too

Address: Mee Tarik Warisan Asli, 50, 38, Jalan Medan Pusat 2C, 43650 Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor
Operating hours: Daily, 11AM-11PM
Directions: Take a 30-minute drive from Broga Hill to this restaurant
Halal status: The restaurant is Muslim-owned, and all ingredients are sourced from halal-certified suppliers

[P.S. Did you know that Mee Tarik Warisan Asli was listed in 11 halal eateries in KL’s underrated food haven, Bangi? Check out other eateries that made it to our list! 😍]


4. Bukit Tabur, Taman Melawati

[Updated on 29 April 2019: Our readers have informed us that Bukit Tabur is closed to hikers indefinitely, and the temporary closure has been confirmed by the Selangor Tengah District Forest Department. We hope this hiking spot reopens soon!]

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Located 20 km away from Kuala Lumpur is the famous Bukit Tabur (also known as The Dragon’s Backbone). It is a quartz ridge that offers a panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur, the Gombak forest reserve and the Klang Gates Dam. With not one, but FIVE different peaks, it is a suitably challenging trek for experienced hikers and for those who want to try and push their limits by going through an intense boulder crossing.

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The Bukit Tabur West trail is the most popular out of all five treks and is both straight-forward and challenging. The whole loop would take about 3 to 4 hours, however, just around 30 to 40 minutes into the trail, you’ll come across a viewpoint that overlooks the Klang Gate Dam; a perfect spot for a quick photo or selfie.

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Despite the West trail being one of the ‘easier’ ones, remember to be extra vigilant as there are many sections on the trail where you will need to use both your hands and legs to climb up and down the rocky surface. All in all, it’s going to be a killer workout but the views you’ll be able to see (and not to mention the bragging rights from conquering Bukit Tabur) is going to be well worth the aching muscles.

#HHWT Tip: Do note that a hiking permit is required to climb Bukit Tabur. These are the steps to apply for a hiking permit for Bukit Tabur.

  • Contact the Selangor Tengah District Forest Department (+603 9081 4918) at least one week before your hiking date
  • Fax a permission request letter complete with a list of hiking participant’s names, identification card numbers, contact numbers and hiking date. The Selangor Tengah District Forest Department’s fax number is +603 9081 5764.
  • You can submit your payment (RM5 per pax) directly at the forest department’s office or send a money order (we recommend using Pos Laju to speed up the mail delivery) to the office
  • Reach out to them in the next few days to check the status of your hiking permit

Address: Bukit Tabur, Taman Melawati, 53100 Selangor
Difficulty level: Moderately challenging
Duration: 3-4 hours (both ways)

Hiking permit application
Selangor Tengah District Forest Department
Address: District Forest Office, Selangor Tengah, Tingkat 1, Blok B, Platinum Cheras, 43200 Cheras, Selangor
Contact: +603 9081 4918
Fax: +603 9081 5764

Where to eat

Mikro, Taman Melawati

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As the name suggests, Mikro is a pretty small, independent, neighbourhood café in Taman Melawati that is quickly winning over the hearts (and stomachs) of the local community. For a hearty brunch, the Desperado comes heavily recommended; consisting of two deep-fried local sea bass fillets that are served in hot tortillas with a nice balance of pico de gallo salsa and tahini garlic yoghurt sauce 😋 Honestly, how can you say no to that?

Address: Mikro, 320, Jalan Bandar Melawati, Melawati Square, Pusat Bandar Melawati, Taman Melawati, Kuala Lumpur.
Operating hours: Daily, 8AM-12AM
Direction: Take a 10-minute drive from Bukit Tabur to this cafe
Halal status: Muslim-owned
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[P.S. If you enjoy a good brunch, check out Mikro and other cafes in 8 halal hipster cafes in KL for your next brunch fix 🤤]


5. Bukit Sapu Tangan, Shah Alam

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Never underestimate the height of Bukit Sapu Tangan because the hiking trails do pack a punch. Hidden within Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam, the hill is the highest peak in this botanical garden. So follow the signage and traverse on foot along the tarmac pathway instead. You’ll occasionally hear birds chirping and monkeys swaying from tree to tree, but they’re harmless and there’s nothing to worry about.

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Your sign of victory is the wooden tower that is located at the top of Bukit Sapu Tangan. Many happy hikers would take pictures here, so join in the fun! After that, step out to enjoy the view of Shah Alam’s concrete jungle against the real greenery you’re experiencing.

Address: Bukit Sapu Tangan, Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam, 40170 Shah Alam, Selangor
Entrance fee: While the entrance fee for Bukit Sapu Tangan is free, visitors are required to pay a conservation fee before entering Taman Botani Negara Shah Alam

  • Adults (12-54 years old): RM3 per pax
  • Children (6-11 years old): RM1 per pax
  • Senior citizen (above 55 years old): RM1 per pax
  • For parking fees, four seasons temperate house admission fees and more, check out this list.

Difficulty level: Moderate
Duration: 2-3 hours (both ways)

Where to eat

Restoran Hong Kong Muslim Food, Shah Alam

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We’re thrilled about this Chinese Muslim restaurant that recently enters the Selangor food scene. If you’re craving for Chinese food at this time of day, you’ll find satisfaction in a serving of kam heong beef, sweet and sour siakap fish, butter prawn, and salted egg squid.

Address: Restoran Hong Kong Muslim Food, 7, Jalan Plumbum Q7/Q, Seksyen 7, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor
Operating hours: Sat-Thu, 11AM-11PM, Fri, 5PM-11PM
Directions: Take a 36-minute drive from Bukit Sapu Tangan to this restaurant
Halal status: All ingredients are sourced from halal-certified suppliers
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[P.S. Craving for steamed fish and sweet and sour chicken? Here are 12 halal Chinese restaurants in KL! 😍]


6. Apek Hill / Bukit Saga, Ampang

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If climbing Gunung Tahan or Mount Kinabalu is part of your bucket list, Bukit Saga and Apek Hill (situated next to each other) is a great training ground thanks to its similarly challenging terrain. Every hiker will decided between two starting points. Since Trail A is currently closed off for construction work (at time of writing), tighten your shoe laces and make your way to Trail B.

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While being surrounded by towering trees, it’ll take a while to reach Trail C that doubles as a second checkpoint, but you’ll know it when you spot a small temple. Then, stay determined until you reach Trail D that is also another spot to take a break. At this point, you’ll be so close to the waterfall, so don’t give up! The waterfall may be small in real life, but your sore feet will thank you after a cold dip in it.

Address: Apek Hill Trail, Taman Cheras Awana, 43200 Cheras 9 Miles, Selangor
Difficulty level: Moderately challenging
Duration: 3-4 hours (both ways)

Where to eat

Alanna’s Kitchen, Cheras

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Step into Alanna’s Kitchen, and you’ll be welcomed by an eclectic menu that ranges from Chinese and Italian to Arabic food. Whichever meal you choose, it’s an absolute certainty that hearty meals will follow. We’re talking about seafood tom yam, spaghetti carbonara, curry fish fillet with rice, and Arabic barbecue chicken. It’ll be so delightful that you might revisit this place for the second time.

Address: Alanna’s Kitchen, 8, Jalan Pandan Indah 1/23D, Pandan Indah, Cheras, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: Mon-Fri, 11AM-3PM, 6PM-11PM; Sat-Sun, 11AM-11PM
Directions: Take an 11-minute from Bukit Saga to this restaurant
Halal status: Halal-certified
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7. Bukit Gasing, Petaling Jaya

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There’s nothing quite like exploring one of the city’s remaining ‘green lungs’, and we’re talking about Bukit Gasing. If you’re new to this hill of many trails, come during the weekends when it’s packed with hiking enthusiasts (they’d be happy to point you to the right direction in case you got lost). Otherwise, you can get your peace and quiet on weekday mornings too.

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Within the few hours you’ll spend here, follow the trail and spot a hanging bridge, an Indian temple, and huge leafy trees along the way. What this place lacks in facilities such as toilets, tap water, and parking spaces, they make up with good hiking paths with clear directions.

#HHWT Parking Tip: To avoid causing traffic congestion, we recommend that you avoid parking along Jalan Tanjong 5/4 that leads to the forest park. Head over to the alternative parking spaces at Lembah Pantai Community Centre in Kampung Kerinchi and Taman Rimba Bukit Kerinchi instead. These parking spaces can accommodate approximately 100 vehicles each.

Address: Bukit Gasing Forest Park, Bukit Gasing, 46000 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Admission: Free
Difficulty level: Easy to moderate
Duration: 2 hours (both ways)

Where to eat

Gerai Seri Menanti (Ikan Bakar Jalan Bellamy), KL

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There’s a great place to satiate your craving for grilled fish and that is Gerai Seri Menanti. The grilled fish (or ikan bakar) is wrapped in banana leaf and then cooked on a hot plate instead of a barbecue pit. Apart from ikan bakar, grilled squid is also a popular choice among customers. The seafood is fresh, and this translates to the delicious grilled fish and squid served at the stall.

Address: Gerai Seri Menanti, Jalan Bellamy, off Jalan Istana, Bukit Petaling, 50460 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: Mon-Sat, 10AM-11PM; Sun, 10AM-4PM
Directions: Take a 15-minute drive from Bukit Gasing to this stall
Halal status: Muslim-owned
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[P.S. Did you know that Gerai Seri Menanti is one of 8 halal roadside stalls in Klang Valley that could give restaurants a run for their money? Check out if your favourite food stall makes it to our list! 😍]


8. Bukit Kutu, Kuala Kubu Bharu

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Believe it or not, Bukit Kutu was previously a British colonial hill station called ‘Treacher’s Hill’. It was named after Sir William Hood Treacher who discovered this hill in 1893 while serving as a British colonial administrator until 1896. Today, hiking enthuasists continue to challenge themselves with a morning hike on Bukit Kutu.

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The fun begins after crossing two bridges that will take you through the Orang Asli village. Then, there will be a series of uphill climb where you’ll crawl underneath fallen branches and bamboo trees (watch out for the thorns!). It’s all part of the fun, and you’ll reach the top before you know it. At the top, there’s an open-air space where you can sit and rest. It’s also a good opportunity to take out your tuna sandwiches and share it with your loved ones.

#HHWT Tip: Our reader has shared that a hiking permit is needed to climb Bukit Kutu. These are the steps to apply for a hiking permit at Bukit Kutu.

  • Contact the Hulu Selangor Forest District Office (+603 6091 6131) at least one week before your hiking date
  • Fax a permission request letter to the Hulu Selangor Forest District Office at +603 6091 7533
  • If hiking in a group, the request letter should contain the hiking date, number of participants, hiking leader’s name and contact number.
  • You also need to submit a list of all hiking participants complete with their full names, identification card number, home address, contact number and emergency contact.
  • You can pay the permit fee (RM5 per pax) directly at Hulu Selangor Forest District Office or send a money order (using Pos Laju will speed up the mail delivery) to them.
  • Do note that RM1 entry fee will still be collected at the entrance of the trail.

Address: Bukit Kutu, Kuala Kubu Bharu, Selangor
Admission rates: RM1 (Parking fee); RM5 (hiking permit fee per person)
Difficulty level: Easy to moderate
Duration: 2.5-3 hours (both ways)

Hiking permit application
Hulu Selangor Forest District Office
Address: District Forest Office, Hulu Selangor, Jalan RP 4/1, Kompleks Kerajaan, Rawang Perdana, 48000 Rawang, Selangor
Contact: +603 6091 6131
Fax: +603 6091 7533

Where to eat

Restoran Kudu Bin Abdul, KL

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Claimed by many nasi kandar fans as arguably the best nasi kandar in town, it comes as no surprise that one of Restoran Kudu Bin Abdul’s best-known patrons is the late legendary P. Ramlee. Amongst its must-try dishes for your nasi kandar are their chicken with sambal and onion (ayam sambal bawang), soy sauce beef (daging kicap), chicken with honey sauce (ayam madu), fish roe curry, and special omelette. Wash it down with their much-praised sirap bandung soda or sirap bandung selasih!

Address: Restoran Kudu Bin Abdul, 335, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Chow Kit, 50100 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: Mon-Fri, 7.30AM-8PM; Sat-Sun, 7.30AM-7.30PM
Directions: Take an hour drive from Bukit Kutu to this restaurant
Halal status: This restaurant is Muslim-owned and uses Muslim-friendly ingredients

[P.S. Need to reach out for another plate of nasi kandar? Eat them all from these 11 best nasi kandar spots in Malaysia you won’t be able to resist! 🤤]


9. Gunung Nuang, Hulu Langat

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After being closed for almost a year, we’re happy to share that Gunung Nuang has reopened to the public. Known as one of Selangor’s tallest peak, they say that conquering Gunung Nuang will leave you breathless, and I have to say it’s true. I was in college when I hiked Gunung Nuang for the first time, and it was tough for someone (like me!) who prefers fries over fitness. Your legs will be sore right after, but it will give you a renewed perspective about how you can do it all if you set your mind to it.

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If you want to conquer Gunung Nuang, start early to escape the afternoon heat and complete your hike in time (it takes about 6-7 hours). They have a clear pathway for hikers, so follow it and you’ll be okay. You’ll come across a few check points every now and then, so use it as a chance to sip some water.

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You know you’ve reached the mid-point when you discovered a small waterfall. Cool and refreshing, you’ll realise that it’s exactly what you needed after a long hike. You can continue further to the top where the waterfall is much nicer. Wherever your final stop may be, always give yourself a pat on the back because Gunung Nuang is a challenging peak to beat.

#HHWT Tip: Our reader has informed us that a hiking permit is required to climb Gunung Nuang. You may make your payment and registration for entry at the entrance of the trail. Since Gunung Nuang was closed in the past year and reopened since March 2019, we recommend that you contact the Selangor Tengah District Forest Department a week before your visit.

Address: Gunung Nuang, Hulu Langat, Selangor
Entry and permit: RM1 (Registration can be made at the entrance of the trail)
Contact: +603 9081 4918 (Selangor Tengah District Forest Department)
Difficulty level: Challenging
Duration: 6-7 hours (both ways)

Where to eat

Pau Pak Ngah, Ampang

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Operating from just a simple stall, Pau Pak Ngah is coveted by many for their unconventional, one-of-a-kind, Malay-style steamed bun (pau). Their offerings aren’t just the traditional steamed bun flavours of red bean, kaya, coconut, and curry, but also include unique savoury flavours such as spicy tuna mayo, chicken carbonara, and our personal favourite, beef bolognese.

Address: Pau Pak Ngah, 17g, Jalan Bukit Indah 5, Taman Bukit Indah, 68000 Ampang, Selangor
Operating hours: Daily, 2PM-10PM
Directions: Take a 1.5-hour drive from Gunung Nuang to this stall
Halal status: The stall is Muslim-owned and uses Muslim-friendly ingredients

[P.S. That’s not the only affordable food gem hiding in Klang Valley. Check out 11 crazy cheap halal eats in Klang Valley (RM5 and less!) you can’t miss out on – Yes, Pau Pak Ngah is one of them! 😍]


10. Bukit Besi, Cheras

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We don’t talk about Bukit Besi as much as other hills in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, but it does deserve a spotlight too. To experience it yourself, head over to the road beside Altitude 236 Condominium (opposite OCBC Alam Damai) and walk until you reach the water reservoir tank. Turn right and continue walking until you see the city view.

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It is said that the path will get steeper (and you’ll come across muddy steps after a rainy day) as you go along, but nothing can stop a determined hiker from reaching the vantage point. Bukit Besi has clear hiking pathways, and it’s best to stick to it. Besides the few checkpoints that you can explore, remember that the higher you go, the better the view!

Address: Bukit Besi, Alam Damai, Cheras, Selangor
Admission: Free
Difficulty level: Easy to moderate
Duration: 2 hours (both ways)

Where to eat

Nasi Lemak Village Park, Petaling Jaya

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Tucked in the busy area of Uptown Damansara, Nasi Lemak Village Park stands graciously as one of the most popular eateries in the area. Although the parking can be a hassle, the quest for the best nasi lemak in Klang Valley is definitely worth it. While the place is absolutely famous for its crunchy chicken, the chicken rendang also comes a close second!

#HHWT Parking tip: To avoid your car from getting towed, it is advisable to park at Uptown 7 Multilevel Parking or the Starling Mall.

Address: Nasi Lemak Village Park, 5, Jalan SS 21/37, Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Operating hours: Daily, 6.30AM-7.30PM
Directions: Take a 35-minute drive from Bukit Besi to this restaurant
Halal status: Halal-certified

[P.S. Where else can you savour Malaysia’s breakfast of champions? We have 11 nasi lemak eateries in KL every Malaysian must try! Remember to enjoy them with beef rendang or ayam goreng 🤤]

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If you’re longing for some closeness to Mother Nature, hiking is a great way to take it to new heights. Take the chance to swap the sights of tall buildings with towering trees when you explore Broga Hill, Apek Hill and Gunung Nuang. After spending your morning leaving footprints on these popular hiking trails in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, treat yourself to delicious brunch and remind yourself why you should do it all over again. Then again, these trails are just the beginning of your hiking adventure. Plan your next one by choosing from 8 breathtaking hiking spots in Malaysia for a city escapade.

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