A 20-acre neighbourhood park with 3.1 mile (7,000-step) trails for jogging and cycling around the park. It has basketball, futsal, exercise facilities, children playground and of course the well keep toilet. Good place to have your family day.
MinNature Malaysia is the Asia's largest and the world's third largest permanent indoor miniature and trains exhibition. We have 17,000 sq ft of exhibition space which also includes reading display areas, multimedia room, photobooth, Masterbuilder workshop and souvenir shop. MinNature is suitable for all ages.
Safe and fun for all ages from 3 years up - Indoor Skydiving simulates the freefall component of outdoor skydiving - without the plane, parachute, or risk. Just lean into the wind assisted by our expert instructors and start flying.
A popular attraction in 1 Utama shopping complex, with an elaborate showcase of 500 species of exotic flora. Each plant is specially created on a bed of bio-carbon soil and meticulously nurtured by a team of renowned botanists.
The first of its kind in Malaysia, SKYTREX Adventure is a place where you can enjoy jungle trekking from a level never done before - via the canopy of the rainforest. This latest and newest park is located in the cool and hilly area of Hulu Langat.
Located next to Taman Jaya, the PJ museum showcases the historical development of Petaling Jaya housed in three sections: the origin of Petaling Jaya, administration of Petaling Jaya and the expansion of Petaling Jaya. It is a relatively a small scale museum that worth a drop-by if you are in Taman Jaya.
Malaysian Chinese Museum (MCM) - a Theatre of Memory: Discover the history, culture and heritage of Chinese Malaysians. The museum tells the story of the Chinese in Malaysia through a delightful mix of text, graphics and historical reconstruction.
Perpustakaan Raja Tun Uda, or Raja Tun Uda Library, is a modern, 6-floor library overlooking a park and lake.
Besides the great views, the well-equipped library has good facilities including spacious and comfortable workstations, a cafeteria and a popular children’s zone.
Managed by the Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Selangor Nature Park is a favourite destination among nature and outdoor enthusiasts. There are 3 main walking/hiking trails at the nature park, all of which are suitable for beginners and families.
A large and spacious recreational park with an iconic & colourful rainbow walkway, where families can enjoy various sports facilities, running and cycling tracks. It also offers a great sight of sunset by the lake.