Firefly Park Resort

Kuala Selangor | Selangor




Rate valid till 31st December 2012

Room Only

Room + Breakfast

Chalet (Monday - Thursday) RM 138.00 nett


Chalet (Friday - Sunday) RM 188.00 nett

RM 238.00 nett

Chalet (Eve & Public Holiday) RM 208.00 nett

RM 265.00 nett

All rates are nett quoted in RM and  INCLUDED 6% government tax & 10% service charge.
Extra mattress is chargeable at RM 25.00 per unit per night.
Boat Ride Tour - RM 15.00 (adult) RM 8.00 (child)

Terms & Conditions


Jalan Haji Omar, Kampung Bukit Belimbing, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.


Rating : non
Check-in time - 14:00pm
Check-out time - 12:00nn

Firefly Park Resort Bukit Belimbing in Kuala Selangor, Malaysia. Is the only place in this region where you can witness the sight of millions of fireflies flashing in synchrony, often referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World”. It is one of the must visit place of interest (POI) in Malaysia. You will be taken on a boat ride along the Selangor River where the fireflies inhibit around the branches of the “Berembang” trees along the riverbank. Here, up to thousands of fireflies may group together on a tree, beginning their display about one hour after sunset. A really bright display lasts for about two to three hours, continuing at lower levels until dawn.


The resort provided tourists with the convenience of those comfortable abodes by erecting chalets along the riverbank that take great pains as to not upset the ecological balance of this nature’s park. It is made of wood, with tastefully designed on stilt above the clear riverine water, which is 2 kilometers away from the surface of the water, as if yourself return to the nature itself. Amenities in Chalet

A balcony
Living Room

Color Television
Electronics Kettle

Bath Towel
Bathroom with Water Heater

Bedrooms with queen side bed and twin single bed, it can fit with four (4) persons.


Kuala Selangor, as a fishing village is famous for its fresh and valuable with delicious seafood. With all of these, we had a very own style and special home- made recipe seafood dinner to presented for your. Meanwhile, the BBQ seafood dinner can be arranged by the restaurant with prior notice at your choice of favorite. Enjoy the fun with friends while those marinated “family of seafood” and chicken wings are barbecued over charcoal. Our seafood restaurant is enjoying a steady flow of customers, who comprise even Muslim crowd.  

modern, state-of-the-art jetty is built with a very sturdy floating ramp that accommodates the varying tidal levels of the river. This ensures very safe embarking and disembarking of boat passengers.



By Public Transport : Visitors can make their way to Kuala Selangor by taking bus No. 141 in front of the main bus terminal, Puduraya Bus Station in KL After the (Kotaraya Shopping Centre). Alternative, the same bus no. can be get from Central Market (Pasar Seni). . The one way fare is about RM 7.00 and the tickets can be bought on the bus itself. The journey will take 2 hours to reach the bus terminal at Kuala Selangor. Buses actually arrive at the new bus terminal in K/S, from where it will be a 15-20 min walk (or RM5 taxi ride) to the actual "center" of the town, where the old bus terminal is located. Alternatively, for a small fee of 1.40 RM, regularly running local buses can be caught from the "new" bus station to the "old" bus station and depending on the driver this fee may be waved as it is such a small journey.

After reaching in the Kuala Selangor bus station, advised to take local taxis to Firefly Park Resort, Kg Bukit Belimbing. It takes time around 10- 15mins, and cost approximately RM 15.00.

The Bus from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Selangor departs half hourly from 6.30am and the last bus is at 7.30pm. If you are not spending the night over at Kuala Selangor, the last bus leaving from Kuala Selangor will be at 7:45pm.

By Car : If you are planning on driving yourself, you may follow the LDP Highway (Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong) heading to Sungai Buloh. From there, you can easily find the signboard of Kuala Selangor. Otherwise, if you are coming from Kuala Lumpur via North-South PLUS Highway, you still have to exit at Sungai Buloh. The journey takes approximately 1.5 - 2 hours.

From KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport), you will need to take the North-South Central Link Expressway.. You will have to turn left and exit to Sungai Buluh Main Road. When the time you reach the main road from Klang to Kuala Selangor, you will need to make a right turn, and go straight all the way to the Kuala Selangor Town. After you reached, you'll need to make a right turn by following the Firefly Park Resort Signboard and go on the road to the direction of Tanjung Karang.

After departing from the Kuala Selangor Town, you will have to go pass a bridge, and when the time you see the School "Sek. Men. Agama Pasir Penambang", you need to make a right turn and get into the road which is "Jalan Bukit Belimbing". Then you will have the sign board that show you to get to the Firefly Park Resort. The total journey that gets you from KLIA to Firefly Park is about 1.5 hours. 



The fleet of modern fiberglass boats are electrically powered, ensuring absolutely no noise and air pollution. The toneless, powerful boat, which delivered the passenger to the heart of the river, roared in the flimsy voice, for fear that she would wake up the deeply asleep night and those fireflies were enjoying a sightseeing trip in the silence.

Watching fireflies has become a major attraction for the district of Kuala Selangor where draws large number of tourists from all over the world. In fact, it has been listed as a “must-see” agenda in numerous international tour guides. Every night there is a stream of electric driven motor boat that ferry sight-seeing tourists up along the Selangor River silently to listen to the spectacular symphonic harmony of these fireflies while viewing their luminous flashes of light that is truly a magnificent sight to the eyes of the beholder.

Why Flashing : Fireflies “cold light’ is made by a process known as bioluminescence or chemiluniscence, in which a substance called luciferin comes in contact with enzyme luciferase and oxygen. As air rushed into the abdomen, it reacts with this compound and a chemical reaction gives off the familiar glow of a firefly. Fireflies can regulate the airflow into the abdomen to create a pulsating pattern.

Fireflies are alone among bioluminescent insects because they can flash; other glow constantly. The process emission of the light from living things, without significant heat sometimes called “cols light”. Bioluminescence is found in species of bacteria, male and female of fireflies are used as species- specific signals for mating.

The light stick has two separate compartments with two chemicals join together. As molecules from the different chemical bind to each other they give a kick of energy to some of the electrons. But electrons never hold on to extra energy for long. That molecule then needs to get rid of its energy in some way. It can sometimes do it by colliding with other molecules and losing it through collisions, but arrange system in a careful way, the excited product might have no other way to excite except by physically releasing the energy as photons and the photon comes out as a fire of light and we see that as the burst given off by a firefly.

We know how fireflies flashed is because of biomechanics, but we did not know why they flashed.

Though both males and female flash, it’s the male who make pattern in the air- female are either short- winged and stationery’ attached to the tips of plant stems or laves as they carry on a flirty dialogue with roving males, trying to draw them in to mate.

While each firefly species has its own pattern of flashing, some female imitate the patterns of other species. Males land next to them only to be eaten alive. So keep in mind that its flickering isn’t just a wonder of the night, it’s also a language of love. 



Ping Anchorage Travel & Tours Sdn. Bhd.
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Winner or Malaysia Tourism Awards 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009