Updated: Dec 15, 2018
Selangor is the fastest developing state in Malaysia, with the highest population of 6.38 million people, comprising of Malays (41%), Chinese (37%), Indians (19%) and others (3%). Bahasa Malaysia and English are widely spoken. The official religion is Islam but other faiths such as Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity, Hinduism and Sikhism are also practiced.
The multicultural heritage of the country is richly celebrated in this state all year round. Depanding on the time of the year, the visitor may just encounter a kaleidoscope of festivals , tradition and cultural festivities such as Aidilfitri and Aidiladha, Chinese New Year, Mid Autummn Festival, Thaipusam, Deepavali, Pongal and Christmas.
There are nine districts in Selangor, each run by its respective councils.
Places of interest are easily accessible. Public transportation such as buses, taxis, the LRT(Light Rail Transit) and MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) make it easy to get around. Signage clear and informative for those who choose to drive.
Visitors would enjoy the contrast of the urban hustle and bustle that is Kuala Lumpur.
Away from KL's metropolitan citiscape many natural wonders away such as Kampung Kuantan Fireflies, the many waterfalls in Ulu Langat, Ulu Yam and Rawang; as well as Broga Hill.
There is a great variety of food to sample and interesting handicrafts for the keen collector.