Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk

Royal Gallery Sultan Abdul Aziz, Klang, Selangor


Discover over 9 places of interest. Entry to exclusive venues only on this walk.


The Royal Klang Town Heritage Walk is a guided tour of Klang, an old town in the State of Selangor. Known as one of the oldest towns in Malaysia, Klang is rich in history, tradition and customs. The town began at the southern bank of the Klang River, which has been known about throughout the world in producing tin as early as the 15th century. Klang became the royal capital before it was changed to Kuala Lumpur.

The Royal Klang Heritage Walk will take you to eleven landmarks:

1) Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery
2) The former Chartered Bank (now Chennai Silk Sarees)
3) Royal Klang Club
4) Alam Shah Palace
5) Church of Our Lady Lourdes
6) Klang Convent School
7) Tengku Kelana Street (Little India)
8) Indian Muslim Mosque Tengku Kelana
9) Sri Nagara Thandayuthapani Temple
10) Klang Fire Station
11) Gedung Raja Abdullah (warehouse)


Duration: 2.5hrs walk
Time: 9.00am – 11.45am
Language: English
Day: Every Saturday and Sunday
Admission: FREE!

Meeting point & Registration:

Royal Gallery Sultan Abdul Aziz (9.00am – 9.15am)

How to get there:

– By car (Search Royal Gallery Sultan Abdul Aziz)
– By train, stop at KTM Komuter Klang Station & walk about 100m to the Royal Gallery Sultan Abdul Aziz

* Walk conducted by professional Tourist Guides

For pre-registration & group registration, please contact:

By Phone(Office Hour Only):
Tourism Selangor (Product Department)

+603-55132000 (Tourism Selangor General Office Number)

Person in charge:
Mr Yusri Abdullah (Project Manager)

By Email:



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