Morib Things to Do
Atop the hill that can be seen from the Chinese temple stands a lighthouse. It is one of the few that are still in working order in Malaysia.The road to the top of the hill is a popular spot among locals for their morning walk or an evening jog. The view from the top is worth the walk although it is also possible to drive up. When we were near...more
Grab a swim suit or just jump in with your long track-pants and a t-shirt. This neighbourhood local beach is not really famous for its clear blue water, but it is good enough for the kids to have a splash around.When we were there, the tide was very high, but apparently when it is low tide, you would need to walk out on flat sand about 400 meters...more
After visiting the Mausoleum of the Sultan continue along this road and you will come to a small but beautiful Chinese temple. It is in bright red and stands alone on the side of the road.Across the road from this temple there is a rather famous restaurant that specialises in Beggar's Chicken and Beggar's Fish at reasonable prices. Pre-ordering is...more
The hills and rain forest around the quiet town of Jugra have been maintained as a forest reserve thus giving the area a quiet and stately charm that hints of its days when it was the centre of power for the Selangor sultanate.Drive up the hill on a tree-lined road and past a scattering of well-maintained traditional kampung houses set amidst...more
At this old-style beach there is a large amount of shady, grassy areas suitable for a picnic. If you didn’t bring any food from home you’ll have no difficulty buying snacks and drinks from the stalls nearby. Finally, after all that munching and your tummy's all full, surely there's no better time to have a siesta…more
Another interesting feature of Morib beach is the covered structure that looked like a mini Roman amphitheatre. It had a circular stage area in the middle and the words “JOM KARAOKE” hand-printed in large lettering on a sign against the wall. I guess that weekends may see group karaoke sessions being held here and this would be just the place to...more
To our pleasant surprise the sand here was incredibly white and fine, making it a pleasure to walk on it barefoot. However our joy was shortlived as parts of the beach was marred by plastic bottles and discarded foam boxes, and other litter.Nonetheless, the kids enjoyed picking up shells and playing with the sand.more
There were a few people using home-made fishing poles to fish here. One guys I saw was armed with some fresh squid as bait which he had spread out on a sheet of newspaper. At another spot another lady, her white tudung fluttering in the wind, perched on top of the crumbling retaining wall holding on to her fishing pole while her two sons fought...more
We saw lots of adult and children flying kites here under the shady trees and around the playground. Our friend who had grew up nearby told us that kite-flying had been popular even back when he was a young boy. It appears to me that the sea-breeze was strong enough to make kite flying easy and fun. Fortunately, not strong enough to blow my hat...more
The small town of JUGRA was once the seat of power for the Selangor Sultanate but is now a collection of kampungs, durian & mangosteen orchards, coconut and palm oil estates. It is only a short drive from the town of Banting or the seaside beach of Morib. Istana Bandar was built in 1905 (some sources quote 1915) by Sultan Alauddin Sulaiman Shah,...more
When driving from Banting town, you will come to a T-junction where there is a small mosque called Masjeed Al Mataqeen. The mosque is not unique in itself, but its setting at this junction with the backdrop of the hill and forest reserve and tall coconut trees lined in a row just behind the mosque was most attractive in the evening sun.more
Just up the road from Istana Bandar is the Sultan Alauddin Mosque. Although less than a hundred years old, the mosque with its fascinating display of Moorish architecture and a graceful bronze coloured dome that catches the evening light exudes a peaceful ambience that is attractive in the quiet countryside.My camera ran out of batteries, so I...more
This restaurant is about 45 minutes drive from Petaling Jaya. Check my transportation tips on how to get there. This restaurant has been around for a while and my family and I make the drive at least once or twice a year, especially when we have relatives from overseas.
Staff from the factories around here such as Cognis, Toshiba, etc frequently drop by for lunch.
Business Hours (from their business card):
12.00 noon - 2.30 pm
6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
12.00 noon - 4.00 pm
6.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Sun & Public Holidays
12.00 noon - 4.00 pm
5.45 pm - 10.00 pm
This Restaurant is Pork Free
Favorite Dish: * Whole Fish served with special Mango sauce & Shredded Mango
* Marmite Crabs
* Sweet & Sour Crabs
* Golden brown fluffy Man Tao – ordered as a side dish to soak up the nyummy crab sauce but just as delicious when eaten on its own
* A hybrid vegetable which combines Kang-Kung with Sweet Potato Leaves-hot woked with garlic – simply divine!
* Large prawns steamed lightly with rice wine, egg white and special soya sauce, served with a topping of shredded ginger
* Hong Kong Kailan with Garlic
Served with rice, hot Chinese tea and some noodles.
Under RM190 for 6 adults and 5 children.Related to:
- Road Trip
- Family Travel
Once you take exit 1113B, you will drive along this expressway passing by USJ, Kota Kemuning and two toll gates. Pay the necessary tolls, and the exit is after the Padang Jawa exit (meaning, don't turn into Padang Jawa), look out for the signs showing the exit to Klang & Banting. This is where you get off the highway.I am happy to say that the road...more
From the roundabout to Carey Island, it is about 20 km to Morib.Continue your drive along this road, passing several workshops, car parts yards, palm-oil collection yards, housing estates and some smaller towns. Next up is the town of Banting. Here you will find many goldsmith shops, not one but two Kentucky Fried Chicken Outlets, a large number...more
Still on the same road, you will pass the towns of Sijangkang and Teluk Panglima Garang, and some factories. Next up is a rather large town with a mosque and a couple of schools and petrol stations. After the road curves towards the left, look out for the roundabout which leads to Pulau Carey (Carey Island). (Click to enlarge the pics)To head to...more
Morib Sports & Outdoors
The 9-hole course is of cow grass and plays to 5,900m with the First Nine (from the blue tees) at 3,053m and the Second Nine (from the white tees) at a shorter 2,937m... The course is flat with hole #1 playing along the Morib beach... There are only one or two holes that have water hazards and the course is comparatively easy to play... Holes #5 and #6 is located on the other side of the main trunk road, where a new nine holes course is to be located making it a full 18-holes course... The new nine holes is expected to be opened in 2009...
Equipment: The club has a golfer's terrace but it is not in operation... There is a male changing room where only shower facility is provided, but you have to bring your own towels... Lady golfers will have to use the changing room at the adjoining swimming pool... Accomodation is provided at the adjoining Hotel Sri Morib, which is currently (December 2008) under renovation...
Green fees is RM30 weekdays and RM60 weekends and is the same for 9 or 18 holes... Turfmates are available at RM15 for 9-holes and RM35 for 18-holes...Related to: