Shah Alam has more to offer

2 November, 2019

PETALING JAYA (November 2): From oil palm and rubber plantations into a modern industrial city, Shah Alam today is also a top choice for young families and professionals to live especially those who work in the Western corridors of the Klang Valley.

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Since it became the capital city of the state of Selangor in 1963, its boundaries have expanded from 41.69 sq km to 290.3 sq km consisting of 56 Sections. Situated between Petaling Jaya and Klang, the city recorded 3,963 property transactions in 2018, more than its neighbours — Puchong (2,576), Klang (3,381) and Subang/USJ (1,467).

Its growing population has fuelled housing demand and the city which celebrated its 19th year as a city on Oct 10 this year is now home to over 650,000 people. According to Shah Alam City Council, Shah Alam’s population has grown by 38.5% after it gained city status in 2000.

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