I didn't explore this this Ampang forest reserved. I just take a photo around it and then I turned back.
I saw kids mostly in bicycles and cars not more than five parked there. It is a natual park for sure.
Those who wants to venture further can try this one.
If you go further deep inside along the Ampang road, you will come to a place where it is actually a village of early Ampangese setters, nearby the Ampang forest reserved.
Some features I saw here quite similar to those in Aborigines village. So I guess they are partly mixed blood or maybe other factors?
Fondest memory: I like this deep inside area where I can see the green hilly landscape and villagers lifestyles.
This is not my favourite thing about Ampang. I took this photo mainly for tourists to see what is the appearance of Ampang.
This photo shows a wooden house actually, but turned into a workshop repair centre. It is a common practice in Malaysia.
Blue skies for sure but no beaches, only rivers and if you follow the road to its end, you can see the forest reserved park (Taman Rimba Ampang).
This photo is in the middle of Ampang district where sometimes chaos traffic, especially after 5pm.
Another house at the roadside in about the same area nearby the Ampang forest reserved.
This one has a red big address hand written onto the wooden wall. A black bicycle and a concrete wall as well.
Not really my favourite thing but it somehow attracts my eyes, so I recorded it inside my digital camera.
It is a village house, single storey with strong fences and nice little garden.