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Add to Calendar 02/01/2016 12:00 AM 05/01/2017 12:00 AM Europe/Paris HOLIDAY: Nature Trip near Kuala Lumpur 1D ecoteeradmin false MM/DD/YYYY

Take a tour of the mangrove forests of Kuala Selangor, led by young Malaysians who are working to conserve their local environment.

Country: Malaysia
Type: Conservation & Sight-seeing
Length: 1 day
Cost: Ranges from RM400 to Rm800 per person dependant on transportation (Min of 2 pax)
A day trip that’s not to be missed, this Kuala Selangor tour includes a visit an organic farm, where you’ll make your own pizza, a tour of the mangrove forests, where you’ll help plant trees, a seafood dinner at sunset and, of course, the famous fireflies cruise.

 

WHAT WILL I BE DOING?

10am: Hotel pick-up in Kuala Lumpur

12pm: You’ll visit Kebun Kaki Bukit organic farm and have a chance to chat to the inspiring volunteers that work here. You’ll get to try some fresh juice and create your own organic pizza.

3pm: Next up is a tour of the Kuala Selangor mangrove forests, led by a youth group set up by UM Cares (University Malaysia Cares). They started hosting mangrove tours in January 2016 as a way to promote awareness and conservation of the forests.

6pm: You’ll take in the sunset over a delicious sunset dinner.

8.30pm: Once night falls, you’ll head back to the mangrove forest for a boat tour while all the fireflies are out to play. Once your tour finishes, the team will take you back to your hotel in Kuala Lumpur – or they can drop you off at a local homestay at the nearby rice fields.

 

WHAT DO I GET?

What’s included?

  • Lunch and dinner
  • All transportation
  • All entrance fees

What’s not included?

  • Travel to Kuala Lumpur
  • Travel and medical insurance
  • Snacks and drinks

 

Support:

There will be an English speaking, qualified guide supporting you on all activities.

 

Food:

Lunch will be held at the organic farm, where you will make your own pizza with all-organic toppings. Dinner is served at a seafood restaurant, where vegetarian and meat options are available as well.

 

WHEN CAN I GO?

This programme is available only on Saturday and Sunday when the youth group are not at school.

 

WHAT SHOULD I BRING?

  • Water bottle
  • Sun block
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Hat
  • Long trousers
  • Long-sleeved top
  • Rain jacket
  • Camera
  • Money for snacks, drinks or souvenirs

 

Money:

The local currency in Malaysia is Ringgit (MYR or RM). There are ATMs available in nearby towns – just tell your tour guide if you need to take out cash before your tour.



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