Shah Alam, Jan 19 – The Selangor State Forestry Department (JPNS) has announced the reopening of eco-forest parks and hiking activities in the state from Feb 1.
In a Facebook post, JPNS said the reopening will cover hiking trails in six eco-forest parks and three forest reserves (Full Selangor Forest, Central Selangor Forest, and Klang Coastal Forest), asking the public to ask for permission. asked to get The nearest county forestry office there.
It also said that services for mountain rangers or guides in Selangor will start on the same day (1 February), covering 18 mountains and hills, and that hikers will need permits to access these sites. increase.
The public can contact the Hulu Selangor Malim Association (019-9194471) or the Selangor Forestry Rangers Association (018-9741651) for forestry guide services.
Last December, JPNS closed all picnic spots, campgrounds, and recreational forests under its control, following instructions issued by the Selangor Secretary of State’s office on December 17 following the severe weather and monsoon season. has issued a notice to close the