This is my first time explored the city with self-drive. This city was much crowded and surrounded of Malays.
It shouldn't be a ethnic issues discuss here, but when me and my friend pay our visit to I-City, it was much disappointing me as the people there are rude, either the one that standing at the walkway for photography, or the one that come in the restaurant later and critic other customer. As a centre of the city, this shouldn't be the way of the citizen. Just do highly wishing that the people attitude should be changes
Kuala Selangor is near to klang and near to sekinchan and tanjung karang. Famous for seafood and paddy field
The evenings are congested with vehicles on the road. The night visibility at certain areas is very poor as the street lights are not lighted properly.
Klang is fill with alot of great food, signature food like Bak Kut Teh, and it is really a must try in Klang, they claim that Klang is the best place for Bak Kut Teh in malaysia.
Tried the dry and soup Bak Kut Teh, it is really awesome.
Klang is good location where you can get away from the busy Malaysia, an hour drive from Kuala Lumpar and closer to the airport than KL.
People are friendly. Great variety of food and restaurants to choose from. Close to travel to I-city - tourist attraction where you can see trees lit up in lights.
Stay here just for the convenience for your own personal events but if for a holiday, there are better places in Selangor
Nothing much.. however, there are little India & Myden shopping centre near to Klang bus station. U can see foreign workers are everywhere.
strategic place to stay if you have a work within Shah Alam and Klang area. Also nice place n peaceful.
Can be thought as a small suburb of kl. A quick getaway for relaxation. No major attractions, but good for relaxation in walking around.
The only attractions are two mosques and some colonial architectures. The bak ku teh is good, like many other cities in Malaysia.
In Klang, one thing you should not miss is Bak Kut Teh. Their Bak Kut Teh comes in claypot style or in bowls, but are mainly about the same.
The taste is very special and taste differently from other places.
Melawati Hills, Taman Alam Natural Park, Sekinchan (paddy field & cheap seafoods), Selangor river (fireflies) and etc.
i was there visiting a friend there's nothing much you can do just eat and sleep. Too many foreign workers i.
e. Myanmar, Sabah, Indo, Bangladesh etc.
Most people would naturally go to Kuala Lumpur, but since you're in the area you should also see Klang - a different environment.
Not much to sharre about this city as i was there for only 2 days. Is just a small town outside KL. Not much to see as more of residential area.
Klang is famous with its international trading port, food and shopping arcade for multi racial. It has a street call "little India" which has an indian culture food, clothing, building and a lot more.
It is a very old town where one of the earliest port in Malaysia formerly known as Port Sweetenham is located in this area.
There are few old mosques, colonial buildings and royal palaces that became tourist attraction.
Port Klang is named cause the place has major ports handling the importing and exporting of cargoes for Malaysia.
Klang, actually is town with GOOD & TASTY food, like SEAFOOD at Beach side near North Port, BAK KUT TEH at almost everywhere of Town, PAN MEE at Berkeley Garden.
I-City for family entertainment.
It is biggest seaport in Malaysia. So it is chaotic with all the hauliers and the trucks. But its offer abundant seafood restaurants to choose from.
Klang dominated with chinese and hard to find halal foods especially with muslim tourist like me. I need to search food to near city (Shah Alam) for fresh food and beverage.
distance away from KL which I need to drive over. However, very near to I City which I did enjoyed myself during the stay.
Lots of shopping mall that u can visit here. For example, Aeon Jusco Bukit Raja, Aeon Jusco Bukit Tinggi (largest mall at Klang), GM Mall, Harbour Place (MBO Cinema), Centro Mall and shopping for textiles at Little India, Klang.
Not much to do in Klang. As for food, many of the restaurants are selling low quality 'Indian Muslim' food.
Just a matter of personal preference, there are many better one in kuala lumpur.
Street food commonly found literally by the roadside or curb. Typically either a static stall-type setup or a mobile vehicle such as a van.
The food can be pre-cooked or cooked and prepared on the spot. Taste and quality can vary greatly and the good spots are usually spread via word of mouth.
Food: Klang is a place which is famous for its "Ba Ku Teh". Different from Singapore. Their soup is very thick and the meat are well cooked.
Attractions: Would serve as a transit point. Approximately 1 hr plus drive to KL city and to places like Putrajaya. You can catch the hot air balloon event and water festival in March. Check out the website for updates.
Klang was formerly the terminus of the government railway and the port of the State. In 1880, the state capital of Selangor was moved from Klang to the more strategically advantageous Kuala Lumpur.
 Rapid development at the new administrative centre in the late 1800s attracted businessmen and job seekers alike from Klang. At this time the only methods of transport between Klang and Kuala Lumpur were by horse or buffalo drawn wagons, or boat ride along the Klang River to Damansara. Due to this Frank Swettenham stated to Selangor's British Resident at the time, William Bloomfield Douglas, that the journey to Kuala Lumpur was "rather long and boring". He continued to suggest a train line be built as an alternative route.
there are nothing so special in Klang, except u wanna try bak kut teh and some crab or seafood. traffic is bad in office hour, lots of Indonesia and Bangladesh worker surrounding town center.
Nice place, we were there when it was a public holiday so many places we're shut, but it was sufficient.