Pelabuhan Klang or also known as Port Klang, is known for having the largest marine port in the country. Historically know as Port Swettenham, it is now one of the busiest container ports in the world. This makes Port Klang a significant location in international trade especially in terms of the import and export of commodities. Other than being a key player in the country’s economical development, Port Klang is also known to house some of the freshest seafood available.
Many tourists frequent the town in search for good food as well as visiting many of its historical structures. Compared to the hour-long drive, taking a KOMUTER from KL to Port Klang can be an excellent alternative.
Being in such close proximity with the sea, fresh seafood is a definite must have while visiting Port Klang. From various shellfish to fishes, you will be spoilt for choice with the sheer number of seafood restaurants available in town. For those craving a little more adventure, take a short trip to Pulau Ketam and experience life of the sea-faring locals there. Visit the charming Little India while tasting some of the most authentic Indian cuisine available around town. With numerous historical buildings and delicious food, the town is more than just a port it is named after.
If you wish to taste some of the best seafood in the Klang Valley, or simply enjoy sunset by the port, hop on the KOMUTER from KL Sentral to Pelabuhan Klang/Port Klang.