There is only 1 sanctuary in the state of Selangor, namely the Chiling River Fish Sanctuary, Kuala Kubu Bharu.
The Sungai Chiling Fish Sanctuary (SISC) was established in 2005 and approved by the Selangor State Executive Council (MMKN) in January 2006. It is a protected area of Mahseer (Tor Tambroides) and Copper Mahseer (Neolissochilus Soroides) established by the Department of Fisheries Selangor in 2005 and approved by the Selangor State Executive Council in 2006. The SISC is located in the Hulu Selangor Permanent Forest Reserve and managed by the Department of Fisheries Selangor.
The main goal of the establishment of SISC is to conserve and preserve Mahseer species from the threat of extinction. Various environmental awareness and appreciation programs have been implemented at SISC attended by various government agencies, the private sector, NGOs and school students. SISC also receives donations for maintenance and upgrading of public facilities from the private sector, Hulu Selangor District Council and Selangor State MOTAC Office. With the entry of more than 40 thousand people a year, SISC has now been listed as one of the main attractions in the state of Selangor.
Activities that are often done at SISC are hiking, bathing in waterfalls and playing with the fish such as Tengas and Kelah, enjoying the beauty of the environment and relaxing with family members. There are also organizations that carry out leisure activities and environmental appreciation for small groups. Furthermore, the Environment Camp and Mahseer Fry Release Program as well as the SISC Nature Expedition are annual events in conjunction with the World River Day Celebration.
Facilities provided to visitors are Gazebo, Muslims prayer room, Toilet, Campsites and Dress Room as well as Vehicle Parking Lot.