The Kepong Constituency is located about 6 kilometres from KLCC.
The Forest Research Institute of Malaysia is based in Kepong. Its 1,500 hectares include the remnants of an aboriginal settlement and two models of the native house called a kampung. Visitors to FRIM can enjoy overnight camping, jungle trekking and canopy walking, and trip to one of Malaysia's biggest collection of native flora at the century-old herbarium.
The district has three Chinese temples, with one of them annually offering Cantonese opera shows, and a 90-hectare park, one of the biggest in the territory.
Aside from a Carrefour hypermarket, Kepong's modern conveniences are located near the upscale mixed-use development at Desa Park City, such as The Waterfront.