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Budget Hotels in Dengkil, Sepang

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About

Dengkil is a mukim in Sepang District, Selangor, Malaysia. According to the history, the name "Dengkil" was given by a Tok Batin named Nalih a / l Jembik. "Dengkil" means durian fruit that has a large seed. At that time, there are many durian trees on the banks of the Langat River which often bear fruit and are called by the indigenous people as "Dingkil". Then, the name changed to "Dengkil" until it was called Kampung Dengkil until now. The folks here also said that Kampung Dengkil is derived from Langat River which means "Dengkat" which means shallow. After that, the word "Dengkat" turns into Dengkil until now. The town lies between Cyberjaya and the Multimedia Super Corridor to the north, and Salak Tinggi to the south.In recent years, Dengkil has benefited from the growth of Putrajaya, the federal district city which is located nearby. Now, Dengkil is known as a place name for a small town located next to Putrajaya and with the existence of Cyberjaya and Putrajaya, Dengkil has become a rapid development of property and town. The number of residents and housing estates has risen dramatically and the majority of the population are Malay Muslims. Dengkil is also not just a village, but is a mukim that consists of 10 villages and there is also Universiti Teknologi Mara and Nuclear Agency Institute located here.

How to Get There

By Car

From Kuala Lumpur city centre, there are 3 different routes to Dengkil. Firstly, it is Kuala Lumpur-Putrajaya highway which takes around 36 minutes, Kuala Lumpur- Seremban highway consumes around 45 minutes and about 50 minutes via Damansara- Puchong highway.

Tourist Attractions

Paya Indah Wetland

Paya Indah Wetlands is a Malaysia's premier eco-tourism park covering approximately 3100 hectares located in Kuala Langat District in the State of Selangor near Dengkil about 50 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur. Paya Indah which means 'beautiful swamp' is a man-made wetlands area created in 1998 on land which had been heavily degraded by tin mining and sand dredging activities. This recreational attraction offers activities such as bird watching, forest trail, kayak and paddle boat. In addition, there is also camp for school children and around 213 species of birds, 210 species of residential and migratory birds and 26 species of mammals including four Nile hippos available here. The admission is free and you need to register at the security gate at the entrance. The opening hours is this wetland open daily around 8am to 6pm while Fridays open from 8am to 12pm and open again from 2:45pm to 6pm.

Hotels

D Boutique Hotel

Nestled around 5-minute drive away from Putrajaya Convention Centre, D Boutique Hotel features well-furnished rooms with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi access as well as amenities includes flat-screen TV with satellite channels and tea/coffee making facilities. It is strategically located 5 minutes away from Putrajaya International Convention Centre, 20 minutes to KLIA / LCCT, 20 minutes to Sepang International Circuit and 20 minutes from the city. D Boutique Hotel also offers a 24-hour front desk and free parking facilities are available at a location nearby.

Langit Langi Hotel

Langit Langi Hotel provides around 32 rooms furnished with television LCD/plasma screen, wireless internet access, air conditioning and wake-up service houses a rooftop garden and provides complimentary Wi-Fi access. The hotel is only 5-minute drive from Putrajaya and Cyberjaya. Guests can head to the 24-hour front desk for assistance with luggage storage, airport shuttle and room service. Free public parking spaces are available at a nearby location and visitors can take city's top attractions such as Putrajaya International Convention Centre, Marina Putrajaya and Paya Indah Wetland.

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