Things to do
The Villa GS Azalia is located at Kajang where Kajang town is located about 20 km away from Kuala Lumpur and is in the district of Hulu Langat, Selangor. It is connected to other parts of Klang Valley by SILK Highway making it more accessible to folks who want to come here for business purposes or just to taste the famous satay. This town was founded in 1807 and is the district capital. There are many interesting places near where you can visit.
While you are here, remember to try the Satay and visit the Sate Galeri which is located just opposite the recreation fields which used to be Kajang Stadium. A library for the public is located on the second floor of Bangunan Dato' Nazir, the same building where you can taste the Satay.The Satay or Sate is a Malaysian delicacy made from chunks of meat which can be from chicken, beef, mutton, fish, rabbit or cow's intestine to name a few. These meat is marinated and pierce on bamboo sticks before being grilled using burning charcoal.
Sports & Nature
Bukit Broga, also known as 'Bukit Lalang' - after the local species of grass that grows abundantly here, is a hill in Semenyih, at 400 meters high and 20 minutes away from Kajang on the trunk road to Broga. It can be reached a short distance later after University of Nottingham, where the entrance starts at left from an oil palm estate opposite a rabbit park. Famed for its incredibly panoramic views (especially at dawn) along with easy accessibility on foot, the hill is a popular tourist attraction among locals; the estate owner cashes on the glut of visitors during weekends and public holidays by charging MYR2 per vehicle that parks on his grounds.From the peak, visitors get a spacious view of the plains, coated by a mixture of rainforest, oil palm plantations, villages and towns, along with distant mountains. At dawn, mist rising from the ground from the warmth of the sun envelops the landscape in a carpet of white, evoking a surreal atmosphere. The hike while steep is relatively easy, taking anywhere between 20 and 45 minutes to reach the highest peak depending on one's fitness level, or photo stops. There are three peaks in total, each one ascends above the other through a clear path fringed by tall grass at each side. From the summit, a proper jungle trail leads through primary rainforest to Gunung Tok Wan (675 meters), a roughly one and a half hour hike on meandering slopes.
Through out your stay, you'll enjoy high speed internet. The WiFi signal can also be accessed by the pool side, there is internet access pretty much everywhere on this property.
The property provides for up to 3 car parks. If you need more, please let us know in advance so that we can arrange for that.
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