What do I do for fun in Puchong?

Puchong Attractions

As an all year round summer country, our outdoor activities are quite limited in the town.

As someone who lives here, this is what I do for fun in the weekend, within the Puchong bound area.

1. Hiking

Puchong attractions

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Hiking at Wawasan Puchong

Wawasan Hill in Puchong, Selangor, is a popular hiking spot known for its picturesque views of the surrounding landscapes. Hikers can enjoy lush greenery, moderate trails, and a serene atmosphere. It’s a great destination for nature enthusiasts seeking a rewarding outdoor adventure near Kuala Lumpur.

Hikers in Malaysia generally starts hiking at 7:30am. Else it gets steaming hot at 10am.

2. Massage

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We have a lot of massage centres available in Puchong.

HealthLand is a wellness haven offering a range of rejuvenating spa and wellness services. With soothing massages, skincare treatments, and a tranquil ambiance, it provides an oasis of relaxation and self-care for residents and visitors, promoting overall well-being in the heart of Puchong. I usually pay RM150 for a 90 minutes oil massage.

puchong attractions massage

Ayu Borneo is currently having happy hour promotion (before 5pm) , as low as RM120 for 2 hours traditional massage.

Hanami Wellness Centre

3. Food

Puchong attractions

Eateries at Bandar Puteri Puchong

To name a few:

  • Foo Hing DimSum
  • Jin Xuan DimSum
  • Minato Yakitori
  • 老发记 Pork Noodle
  • Chicken rice 發记芽菜鸡饭
  • 阿广羊腩煲 Ah Guang Lamb Pot (PUCHONG)
  • Popo canteen Nasi Lemak
  • Haidilao ( in the mall)
  • Various Steamboat
  • Gogigo Korean BBQ & steamboat 
  • Kok Siong Nasi Kandar
  • Nasi Kandar Pelita
  • 大炒
  • Restoran Krua Thai for authentic Thai food
  • Naughty Root vegetarian fusion cafe
  • Batu 14 Yong Tau Fu
  • Lok Lok Steamboat ( in front of Bandar Puteri Hero Mart)
puchong attractions food

Fried Oyster Mushroom and deep fried broccoli are my favourite.

4. Cafe

Empty cup roasters

Starman Coffee

Haus 7 Café

5. Shopping Malls and Cinemas

Do you know movie tickets rate in Malaysia is also one of the cheapest in the world? Yet they offer the same cleanliness and superb popcorn quality. Why not give it a try?

IOI Mall Puchong is a popular shopping destination.

It boasts the largest Cineplex in Malaysia, featuring a whopping 18 screens. It offers the latest movie releases, making it a go-to spot for cinema enthusiasts in the area. The mall’s extensive entertainment options make it a beloved gathering place for locals.

If IOI mall does not excite you, you can travel about 15 minutes to Pavillion Bukit Jalil, a toll free route from Puchong.

We have two cinemas here, one in IOI Mall (GSC) and the other one in Setiawalk (TGV)

More Puchong Attractions

6. Music Live Bar

JiuGuan 2.0


Walnut Bistro (but this one they forced us to tip the band, so we hardly revisit)

M Lounge

Bistro Monologue

Power Plant @ IOI RIO

7. Golf

Bandar Kinrara Golf

8. Badminton & Futsal

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Badminton court is common in Puchong.

White Fairy @ Puchong

9. Ice skating

Travel 10 minutes to Sunway Pyramid

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Sunway Pyramid Ice Skating Rink is a premier indoor ice-skating facility. Spanning 12,000 square feet, it offers a cool escape from the Malaysian heat. With rentals and lessons available, skaters of all levels can enjoy gliding on the ice while surrounded by a vibrant shopping and entertainment complex.

10. Yoga Retreat

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