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Getting to Frasers Hill by car from Kuala Lumpur, Selangor

Posted by on May 12th, 2007
Filed Under: Car, Selangor, Transport

Fraser’s Hill is approximately 103km north, or two hours’ drive, from Kuala Lumpur. Visitors can take the Rawang exit from the highway and drive further north to Kuala Kubu Bahru (KKB) and up to Fraser’s Hill. From KKB, take the road eastwards to Kuala Lipis/Raub (past the police station all the way along the winding roads). Travel for about 40km until you reach the Gap Resthouse.

There is a one way up and one way down road system now at Fraser’s Hill.

The old Gap Gates is the way down and the new road which is about 200m further from the Gap Resthouse is the way up.

Fraser’s Hill is open to private vehicles, but drivers are warned that there’s no fuel station in Fraser’s; the nearest place with fuel are Raub and KKB.

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2 Responses »

  1. Good info. on how to get to Fraser’s Hill, thanks. A minor correction needed though: KL is not part Selangor – perhaps it’s more appropriate to say ” Kuala lumpur the Capital City. I also suggest that you publish the one-way-up, one-way-down traffic schedule.

    Keep up he hood work!

  2. I THINK HE MEANS THAT DRIVING FROM KL AND SELANGOR NOT THAT KL IS PART FROM SELANGOR.

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