Port Klang (Kuala Lumpur) / Malaysia
Port Klang is part of the Malaysian capital city of Kuala Lumpur and the port is thus also one of the most important ports in Malaysia. It is easy to get from the port to the bubbling center of Kuala Lumpur, buses run regularly. The ride takes about 30-45 minutes. In most cases, you can reach Kuala Lumpur at the remarkable old train station. But taxis are also highly recommended during rush hours because of the convenience.
For those who wants to stay in Port Klang for them there are some restaurants with excellent cuisine, especially with seafood as well as opportunities for boat trips or walks along the beautiful coast.
The city of Kuala Lumpur offers, of course, countless interesting things. Overall, the cityscape is quite impressive and testifies of the progress of the country. The Petronas Towers are the tallest twin towers in the world and protrude from the silhouette. There are some sultan palaces among them the Sultan Abdul Samad Palace and the Istana Negara residence. There are also some temples, mosques and churches: Thean Hou Temple, the postmodern National Mosque Masjid Negara, the St. Mary's Cathedral and the Batu Cave, a cave temple.
For nature lovers there are the Lake Gardens with many animal species, for the curious, some museums: the National Museum of History, the Museum of Asian Art and the Museum of Islamic Art.