Monkey feeding and fireflies watching with seafood dinner
- Kuala Selangor - fishing village
- Visit the lighthouse at 27 meters high on Bukit Melawati – a haven for the Silvered leaf monkeys
- Fresh seafood dinner
- Watch fireflies on mangrove trees from a boat - a phenomenon and a must see
All about the trip
Depart for a fishing village – Kuala Selangor. Visit the lighthouse at 27 meters high on Bukit Melawati – a haven for the Silvered leaf monkeys. Monkeys snacks will be provided and they will clamber all over you for the snacks. This is a brush with nature, please be calm. You can now start feeding them. This is awesome and a take-home experience! Then adjourn to a riverside cafe for a fresh seafood dinner. After a short breather, catch a boat to watch fireflies on mangrove trees resembling rows of sparkling lights as on a Christmas tree. They flash synchronously to attract the opposite sex and it is really a mating ritual – a natural wonder. We then catch a return transfer to Kuala Lumpur arriving at approx. 22:00. Our English speaking driver-guides are awesome for courtesy, knowledge, friendliness and go that “extra mile”.
What is (and what is not) included in the price
- English speaking, professional and a friendly guide
- Complimentary return transfers with pick up from your hotel lobby within Kuala Lumpur
- Includes all fees, meals (the seafood is fresh from the fishing village)
- Free flow mineral water
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