About Gombak

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Gombak is situated within the borders of Selangor, neighbouring Kuala Lumpur and Genting Highlands. It was created in 1974 and has been undergoing modernisation ever since. Although Gombak is not under the tourism radar, it still possesses a number of attractive sites to visit.

Important details

  • Accessible by bus and train.
  • 1 hours drive from KLIA.

Sights and Activities

Batu Caves

Batu Caves is a limestone hill that has a series of caves and temples within it. The hill is considered the 10th Caves or Hill for Lord Muruga. A distinct features of this hill is the large statue of Lord Murugan and the long flight of 272 steps. This location is packed with devotees and tourist most of the time, especially during Thaipusam.

Templer’s Park

Templer’s Park is filled with lush greenery, gushing rivers and cascading waterfalls. This forest reserve is located north of Kuala Lumpur and is famous for its relaxing ambience. It is also a suitable location for picnics and other recreational activities.

Bus Terminals Nearby Gombak

  • Terminal Bersepadu Selatan

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Gombak Bus Booking

Bus travel is a popular option for people travelling to and from Gombak to the other parts of the country. There are several bus services at convenient timings from Gombak that are available for booking online on CatchThatBus or via mobile app which can be downloaded for free on Google Play or App Store.