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Mangrove kayaking at Bagan Lalang

KINILENS | While some have gone out of the Klang Valley since interstate travel was allowed, many still prefer to take their vacation within Selangor’s borders.

One exciting attraction is mangrove kayaking in Bagan Lalang. Located on the bank of Sungai Sepang bordering Selangor and Negeri Sembilan, adventurers can now participate in the activity without having to drive hundreds of kilometres to Langkawi.

Before embarking on an excursion, participants will receive basic kayaking lessons and a safety briefing from licensed guides at Jeti Pak Din.

Kayakers will have vastly different experiences depending on the tide due to the changing landscape and water conditions in the mangrove forest.

Notably, layers of flora and fauna can be seen during the low tide, including animals such as mudskippers, otters, and blue fiddler crabs.

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