Batu Caves – A trip to the eastern suburbs of the city to observe the local way of life and traditional cottage industries. It will also highlight the various aspect of Malaysian life in all its diversity. Most places were once tin mining areas but today they are known for their unique handicraft and cultural centres.Itinerary: Jalan Ampang, Embassy Row, Royal Selangor Pewter Factory, Batik and Souvenir Centre, Batu Caves and Beryl’s Chocolate Boutique
FRIM – (Forest Research Institute of Malaysia) is a well managed forest science park covering almost 600 hectares of experimental plants and reforested areas. Expose yourself to the real feeling of being in the tropical rain forest of Malaysia without the hassle of travelling to National Parks. The journey to the rainforest will take about 1 hour, passing by typical Malay Villages. Upon arrival, there is a guided tour by an expert on Malaysian jungle. There are jungle trails, a walkway canopy, a herb garden, a library and a museum exhibiting different species of tropical wood and their uses. Come on down and enjoy the wonders and beauty of a primary tropical rainforest in a day!