Kuala Selangor Nature Park, our first stop
We start our journey from Shah Alam. Our first stop is the Kuala Selangor Nature Park, a mangrove reserve managed by MNS. The mangroves and mudflats area covers approximately 800 acres and is the home to various wildlife such as monkey, migratory birds and amphibian.
The photographer team heading into the park
Panorama view from watchtower
Kak qool, looking for photo opportunity
Monkey crossing the bridge
After spending few hours in the park, we went for a quick lunch at the town and head toward our second destination, the paddy field around Tanjong Karang. We choose this site as the paddyfield at Tanjong Karang area is nearer than the Sekinchan area.
The paddy .. to ripe soon...
Villager netting fish
Some kid going home after evening class
Soon afterward, we went hunting for the sunset at Pantai Remis, also within the vicinity of Kuala Selangor. We initially hunting for a fishing jetty called Bagan Tengkorak (if not mistaken) but instead of Bagan Tengkorak, we found other jetty which is not favourable. So we went direct to Pantai Remis for the sunset.
Taken at a jetty near Bagan Tengkorak
after a hectic day, we all went back to our meeting point at Shah Alam (the mosque) and went home afterward.
(will rewrite this entry with more detail afterward..)
In conclusion, Kuala Selangor offer a diversity of landscape. From mangrove area , to paddy field, fishing jetty and even the beach are available within single vicinity. I'm sure to return here to recapture the beauty of Kuala Selangor.
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