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Set along the banks of the Langat River, a 60-mile river that runs westward between Mount Nuang and the Straits of Malacca, Banting is a firm fixture on Selangor’s tourist trail. This area is known for its scenic beaches, coastal plains and sprawling rural landscapes. Banting lives up to the area’s acclaim and, as a result, is a must-visit on any trip to the Kuala Langat District. Accommodation in Banting, particularly hostels and lower-end hotels, can be found downtown, although there’s also a hotel or two along the waterfront where upmarket stays can usually be enjoyed at a great price.
The Pantai Morib beach is a clean stretch of sand that is popular with both locals and visitors to the area. The water is suitable for swimming although it is possible to walk out on the sand for around a mile at low tide. Watch out for the tiny scurrying crabs you’ll likely encounter along the way. Also at low tide, the beach is a popular spot for kite-flying. Kites can be purchased from beachside stores should you forget to bring your own. If you’re up for a day trip, Bagan Lalang Beach, situated southeast of Banting, is another popular beach. At weekends and public holidays, beach vendors set up stalls to peddle locally-crafted clothes and shoes to visitors.
You won’t need to travel far from Banting to inject a little culture into your stay. The Mah Meri Cultural Village, situated on Pulau Carey island and within a 35-minute drive from the town, offers visitors the chance to experience the lifestyle of a subgroup of the Selangor-based Senoi people. It’s worth calling ahead to make an appointment or visiting on an official tour to ensure that the villagers are there during your trip but, with confirmation in the bag, you can expect to be enthralled by demonstrations of wedding rituals, traditional dance, and origami weaving. Be sure to rent one of the village’s charming rickety bikes to explore the island and, before you leave, pick up a wood carving or a pretty basket woven from pandanus leaves as a souvenir.
With its array of shops, colourful stalls and tempting dining spots, Banting town centre is a decent place to spend an afternoon and pick up a souvenir or two. Within a short drive of Banting are several more downtown districts. Those of particular interest include regional centre Putrajaya which, along with shopping and dining opportunities, features attractions such as Melawati National Palace, Mercu Tanda and the Palace of Justice. Just a little further away is Subang Jaya where visitors can spend the day at the Sunway Wildlife Zoo, the Sunway Lagoon theme park, or by simply exploring the shops and soaking up the atmosphere at Subang Parade.
If you’re looking for ideas for your bucket list, the area around Banting comes up trumps with suggestions such as the Sepang International Circuit, the place to see Malaysia’s hottest Formula 1 and MotoGP races and just 30 minutes away from Banting. In nearby Putrajaya, you can enjoy river cruises on Putrajaya Lake and through exotic wetlands. Port Dickson, a little over an hour away from Banting, offers attractions such as the Cape Rachado Lighthouse, the Kota Lukut Museum and the fascinating megaliths and sacred Islamic tomb found at Fort Kempas.
While in Malaysia, it’s well worth taking time out to enjoy a day trip or excursion. Within 30 minutes of Banting is the Paya Indah Wetlands, a 450-hectare sanctuary where you can feed Nile hippos, crocodiles and fish and enjoy activities such as 4WD night safaris and hiking along meandering forest trails. Also within a 30-minute drive is the Kuan Wellness Eco Park, a five-acre park where features include a swiftlet farm, an eco-garden and a visitor centre. If you’re happy to travel a little further, you can reach Kuala Lumpur in a little over an hour. Here you’ll find great attractions such as the iconic Petronas Towers, the bustling Merdeka Square, the limestone Batu Caves and the magnificent National Mosque of Malaysia.
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