Templer’s Park (Waterfall) is Recreational Forest estimated 40 minutes’ drive from Kuala Lumpur city. You can find several picnic areas along the park’s streams as you follow a path from the parking lot to a swimming pool on your way to the nearby waterfall. As your guide leads you through the park, almost-level path takes you across the stream several times you can also find a few nice, bathtub-like pools, perfect for a relaxing dip. Along the way, you can also see diverse species of fauna and flora and the native birds that make the park home attractive.
Batu Caves, Malaysia’s most distinct geographical features is the spooky caves found within the country’s limestone are Batu Caves, it is considered to be as the biggest blast of nature which consists of many attractions for the tourists and its named as the best tourist destination spot and it is also a place of pilgrimage for Tamil Hindus Batu Caves are accessible easily by car or taxi as it is situated beside the main highway so many people prefer this tourist spot as it is very easy to travel.
Selayang is about 15 minutes away from the city of Kuala Lumpur. According to the history this place has been in existing from the past four decades and is considered a popular spot among the locals. There is a belief that this spring water is able to cure skin diseases and other ailments. Hence it is not surprising that you see many elderly and young people coming here to take bath especially during the weekends.