Located in the business district of Bandar Baru Klang, this charming 4-storey building had been extensively renovated and converted to a quality boutique hotel comprising 66 well-appointed rooms. We are literally only steps away from everything ? Business / Banking, Entertainment, Shopping, Leisure and not forgetting Good Food! - Bukit Raja Shopping Centre (Jusco) is also within walking distance from us, thus making this area very self-contained.Full hotel details
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- Things to do
Tugu Keris (Kris Monument) - A towering silver Keris (the Malay crooked dagger) welcomes visitors who come to Klang via the Federal Highway. It can be seen on the left hand side of the highway as you pass the Sungai Rasau toll plaza. The monument was erected to celebrate the Silver Jubilee of the Sultan of Selangor's intallation in 1985. The Keris was chosen since it depicts power, strength and unity. Entry is free of charge.
Kota Raja Mahadi (Raja Mahadi Fort) - The fort, or what remains of it, is situated at Bukit Kota in Klang. The fort was built by Raja Mahadi as a defensive fortification against Raja Abdullah (his rival in a power struggle for the control of Klang district). The fort was used as a vantage point to look out for enemy ships that sailed through to Pangkalan Batu. Later on, the fort fell into the hands of Tengku Kudin who was sent by the Sultan of Selangor to take revenge on Raja Mahadi because the latter failed to pay his dues to the Sultan. The bloody battle lasted six months and ended with the retreat of Raja Mahadi. These days, the fort serves as an impressive landmark next to the Klang Municipal Hall.
Royal Palace - The Sultan of Selangor's royal palace can be viewed at Jalan Istana. However, visitors are not allowed into the grounds.
Pulau Ketam (Crab Island) - Go sightseeing to this island located around 30 minutes boat ride from the Klang Jetty (accessible via KTM; stop at Port Klang station). Pay a small fee for the speed boat ride. On the island, you can see a self sustaining island with a school, bank, fire station, police station and etc, mostly inhabited by the Chinese. Used to be a smuggling center, it now produces small food items like dried squid or fish paste. Seafood can also be found fresh from here as the people here mostly work as fishermen.
(The above information was extracted from Wikitravel : Klang)