Sg Sungai Congkak Resort Recreational Forest

sungai Congkak

 

If you are looking for a green natural spot around Klang Valley to relax , you may want to consider Sg Congkak as your destination. Sg Congkak or  Sungai Congkak has been my favorite photography location for a number of years.  This is one of the several good place to shoot nature that is not too far around Kuala Lumpur. This place has been gazetted as a forest reserve for Selangor are, so the natural environment is still quite protected.

Sungai Congkak is a famous and popular weekend destination for people around Klang Valley. So expect it to be packed during weekends. However weekdays are very peaceful. You can enjoy the cold morning fogs while the sunlights are beaming through it

Besides being a good photography location, this place is also a famed camping site and resort. There is a resort here and camping sites available for rent. Also, do be sure that you are visiting the right resort located inside the Forest reserve to enjoy the nature there. The water of the river and waterfall is cold and drinkable (if you dare to drink it)

There is a hiking trail where hiking guide is highly recommended as this place is actually linkable to Gunung Nuang , Ampang or even to Janda Baik. You do not want to get lost there

 

 

sungai congkak

 

Price

The entrance to this park would would cost rm1 for 12 years old and above

 

Getting there

Located inside Hulu langat, the best way to reach this place would be by cars. To get there you drive towards Kajang from Cheras highway where you can see a sign board to turn left into Hulu Langat. Drive straight. It should be around 45 minutes drive away from that point.

 

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*photos are heavily edited for stock photography purpose.
 

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  1. Written by AbgferOz
    on July 6, 2011 at 1:34 pm
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    nice picture :) gud job cameraman :) ~

    • Written by yuliang11
      on July 7, 2011 at 1:58 am
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      thanks oz!

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