Travel from Kota Bharu to Gombak by Bus
Kota Bharu to Gombak is approximately 433km apart with a travelling time estimated at 8 hours, depending on the route one takes. The only bus that travels along the said route is Darulnaim Express. Their fully air conditioned buses are armed with reclining seats, each with ample of leg room, all equating to a comfortable journey. Buses from Kota Bahru usually depart from Tesco Kota Bharu to Gombak’s main bus terminal.
Things to do in Gombak
Gombak is a rapidly developing district in Selangor bordering both Genting and Kuala Lumpur. Housing 4 sub-districts namely Batu, Rawang, Setapak and Ulu Kelang, Gombak has a vast variety of places to visit. The National Zoo in Hulu Kelang has an impressive collection of animals to look at and learn about. It would make the perfect outing for families to enjoy a picnic on the large grounds the zoo provides. Speaking of picnic, an even more refreshing place to hang out for an afternoon of water splashing and an evening of fresh greenery is the Templer’s Park. Waterfalls and rivers that flow through this park will leave you calm and connected with nature. The Orang Asli Museum will take you to the roots of the natives in Selangor. Learn about the lifestyle and cultures of the original residents of the state before technology got in the way. Pretty decent shopping can be done around Gombak particularly in this newly opened mall called the M3 Mall which is a mid-range shopping centre. Visit Batu Caves, a key tourist attraction in Malaysia, housing 3 caves and a Hindu temple cave. Take a climb up the 272 steps into the cave at night perhaps and enjoy the panoramic view of the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur.
What to eat in Gombak?
If you’re looking for something to eat in Gombak, complete your holiday at these restaurants. Mummy Seafood Restaurant provides the ultimate dining experience at an affordable price. Try some awesome Bru coffee made from fresh cow’s milk at Restoran Achi in Batu Caves and don’t miss the authentic Nasi Kerabu at House of Nasi Kerabu. Something Chinese, Indian and Malay to complete your Malaysian experience all in Gombak itself.