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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.
This walk gives an insight into the town's development, the foundation of the Selangor's monarchy and the British colonial administration from a period of the late 1800's to mid-1900's.
We will take visitors through fascinating streets and tell stories of people who played significant roles in shaping the town and her trade. Visitors will see old colonial government buildings, the royal gallery, the Sultan's palace, an old clubhouse, places of worship, an old fire station and a former tin warehouse.
The guided heritage walk is a joint initiative by the Klang Municipal Council and Tourism Selangor to promote Klang as a must-visit destination. The guided heritage walk is open free to all visitors to Klang.