Forest Research Institute of Malaysia, Selangor

Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) regrets to inform that the Canopy Walkway and Rover Track will be closed effective 13th October 2015 until further notice.

We apologize for any inconvenience and appeal for understanding and cooperation from all visitors especially FRIM regular joggers to refrain from using the Rover Track.

For any query or assistance, call the FRIM One Stop Centre at +603-6279 7592 / +03-6279 7649 or email to

FRIM offers a back-to-nature experience and the remains of an old Orang Asli settlement. The waterfall and river cutting through this forest reserve adds serenity to this luxurious landscape.
There are four jungle tracks: Keruing Trail, Rover Track, Engkabang Trail and Salleh Trail, all of which will take visitors through some spectacular secondary jungle.

The Canopy Walk, which is located 30m above the ground, offers the perfect vantage point from which to observe birds and tropical canopy flora. Those interested in experiencing the canopy walk should make prior arrangement because the number of people allowed on the canopy walk per day, is limited to 250 people.

At FRIM, camping is available for those wanting to experience a night in the wilderness but prior permission is required.

Getting Here

By Road
Frim is situated along the Selayang-Kepong Highway 16km northwest of Kuala Lumpur.

By Train
There are two ways to get to FRIM by public transportation. First, you may take the KTM Commuter bound for Rawang from the KL railway station and exit at Kepong. You can easily get a taxi to FRIM at the KTM train station in Kepong.

By Bus
The other option is taking a bus from the Central Market bus stop, directly heading to FRIM.

Who To Contact

For more information, please contact FRIM

Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), 52110 Kepong, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

Phone: +603-6279 7000

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