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Woodland Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) second thoughts to illuminate that the Canopy Walkway and Rover Track will be shut powerful thirteenth October 2015 until the point that further notice. We apologize for any burden and advance for comprehension and participation from all guests particularly FRIM general joggers to abstain from utilizing the Rover Track. For any inquiry or help, call the FRIM One Stop Center at +603-6279 7592/+03-6279 7649 or email to

FRIM offers a back-to-nature encounter and the remaining parts of an old Orang Asli settlement. The waterfall and waterway slicing through this woods hold adds peacefulness to this extravagant scene.

There are four wilderness tracks: Keruing Trail, Rover Track, Engkabang Trail and Salleh Trail, all of which will take guests through some tremendous auxiliary wilderness.

The Canopy Walk, which is found 30m over the ground, offers the ideal vantage point from which to watch feathered creatures and tropical shelter verdure. Those inspired by encountering the covering walk should make earlier course of action in light of the fact that the quantity of individuals permitted on the shade walk every day, is constrained to 250 individuals.

At FRIM, outdoors is accessible for those needing to encounter a night in the wild however earlier consent is required.


By Road

Frim is arranged along the Selayang-Kepong Highway 16km northwest of Kuala Lumpur.

Via Train

There are two approaches to get to FRIM by open transportation. To begin with, you may take the KTM Commuter destined for Rawang from the KL railroad station and exit at Kepong. You can without much of a stretch get a maneuver to FRIM at the KTM prepare station in Kepong.

By Bus

The other choice is taking a transport from the Central Market transport stop, straightforwardly making a beeline for FRIM.

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