Domestic and foreign tourists visit OLL to view the images. Little India, Jalan Tengku Kelana One of the longest Indian streets in Selangor, the fierce competition among shop owners here has resulted in products being sold at reasonable prices for tourists.
You are spoilt for choice with a myriad of items being sold on sidewalks, including colourful sarees, textiles, flowers and Indian delicacies. Masjid India Muslim, Jalan Tengku Kelana Built in 1910, the Indian Muslim Mosque was originally a community centre for Indian Muslims who lived in Klang and a place for migrants from India to get together.
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The royal town has much to offer and there is no better place to begin getting acquainted with it than by starting off in the south of Klang. Coffee and toast Coffee and toast, all of us love the pairing.Malaysia’s comedy scene has been growing exponentially, and events organized by establishments such as PJLA, Comedy Club KL, Time Out KL, and many more will have you laughing your teeth out!Readers are required to have a valid Facebook account to comment on this story.Across the commuter station at Jalan Stesen is Chong Kok Kopitiam, a Hainanese coffeeshop famed for its coffee and traditional toast.The coffee beans used here are roasted with butter. Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery Walk along the five-foot-way from Chong Kok Kopitiam and at the end of the shoplots is the Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery.It is believed that a tunnel that runs from the fort down the hillock and under the river bed to the other side of the river bank was used as an escape route but it has since been closed with earth. Here, the tinsmith crafts items such as baking trays, letter boxes, biscuit cutters, oil lamps, candle holders and lanterns. Yap Kee Coffeeshop After taking in the sights, stop at Yap Kee, which is a few doors from the tinsmith shop.A little Indian stall inside this Chinese coffeeshop serves good banana leaf meal.Old timers and locals come together to enjoy the lovely, aromatic coffee in this well-known meeting place. The classic colonial building houses the perfect introduction to the Selangor Sultanate and Klang’s history.Visitors would be interested to know that a 6.7m-long crocodile was captured in Sungai Kelang in 1961 three months after the late Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Alhaj ascended the throne.Karaoke at noon (Minimum Spend: RM6 – RM20 Per head / Romantic Level: 3/5) Lovers, belt out your adoration for one another with timeless tunes of The Beatles, Westlife, or even Psy!Karaoke is indeed a fun way for you to show off your singing chops (or lack of it), and the budget will make your bank account dancing with glee as well.), you can be sure many people have yet to try at least one from this list!