The state capital is Shah Alam, the first city in Selangor. Other major urban centre within Selangor are Petaling Jaya and Klang. Attractions includes Batu Caves, a Hindu shrine located in a cave, 15km north of Kuala Lumpur, where up to a million flock to the shrine for the annual Thaipusam celebration.The Shah Alam mosque, also known as the Blue Mosque for its blue aluminium dome, is Malaysia’s largest mosque and can accommodate 24,000 worshippers. Notable attractions ranges from the Sunway Lagoon Resort, Forest Reserve Institute Malaysia (FRIM) and fire fly and eagle feeding at the Kuala Selangor nature tour. At the Royal Selangor Museum, you will be treated to private collections ranging from tobacco boxes, oil lamps, Chinese lanterns to century-old pewter making tools. The museum also features daily demonstrations of traditional pewter processes. One can also have a go at the School of Hard Knocks!
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