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Selangor is the most developed state in Malaysia, housing the largest port and airport, institutes of higher education, massive industrial output and a matured infrastructure. 

Take Note: Kuala Lumpur is located within the boundaries of Selangor known as the Federal Territory. The Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is in Sepang, Selangor about 50 km from the City of Kuala Lumpur.

The State of Selangor itself does not really have a city and when anyone mentions a city in the State of Selangor, they actually mean Kuala Lumpur. The State Capital of Selangor is Shah Alam, where the Sultan of Selangor resides. Many industries are located in the Klang Valley which stretches from Kuala Lumpur to the Port Klang in the west. Between K.L. and Klang are the suburban towns of Petaling Jaya, Subang Jaya and Shah Alam.

Marks the boundary of KL ans Sel
Shah Alam Lake Garden

As most industries are in the Klang Valley, business visitors will find that it is sometimes more convenient to stay in one of the international hotels in Petaling Jaya or Subang. Hotel chains like Hilton, Hyatt, Holiday Inn and the Sheraton are all represented here. For a start, there is no need to go through the heavy traffic to a meeting outside the city.

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Shopping Centre

Shopping in Selangor
Selangor is Malaysia's shopping paradise and offers visitors a wide assortment of shopping opportunities ranging from luxurious malls to traditional shops and night markets. Major shopping centers in Selangor include the Orchard Square, the Galleria, 1 Utama, the Pyramid, and many more. 

Sports & recreation for all !!
Selangor offers a variety of sports facilities, especially in the major towns. These include golf-courses, bowling alleys, equestrian centres, swimming pools, squash courts, badminton courts and athletic stadium. The recently-completed 80,000 capacity Shah Alam Stadium is already a prominent fixture on the national sports scene.

Shah Alam Stadium
Sepang International Circuit

Sepang International Circuit
The state-of-the-art Sepang F1 Circuit was graciously opened by the Honourable Prime Minister of Malaysia Dato Seri Dr Mahathir on 9th March 1999. It is the only circuit in the world that has been accorded the privilege to use the official Formula-1 logo in its name.

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Golf Course
Dotted all around Selangor are golf courses with some hosting PGA and World Cup Golf Tournaments. There are also some with hotel accommodation.


Places of Interest
National Zoo

National Zoo
The National Zoo has a fascinating animal collection from all over the world as well as an impressive aquarium and aviary. Restaurants, picnic facilities and rides are also available. It is just 13 km from the KL city.

Templers Park
Located just north of Kuala Lumpur is an expansive area of forests and cascading waterfalls. Nature lovers who do not have time to visit Malaysia's many National Parks will find this a convenient substitute.

Templers Part

Agricultural Part

Agricultural Park
The Bukit Cahaya Seri Alam Agricultural Park is a vast complex of landscaped floral garden, agricultural plots, orchards, lakes and dense jungle. Various facilities for accomodation and camping are available, and scenic trails form an irresistible attraction throughout the area.

State Mosque
The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah mosque is one of the most beautiful buildings in Malaysia. The mosque's minarets are the tallest in the world and its huge blue dome is the largest of its kind. The overall architecture integrates ethnic Malay design elements.

State Mosque

Batu Caves

Batu Caves
One of the most interesting places to visit while in Selangor is the Batu Caves. Located only 13 km from Kuala Lumpur's central district, one has to climb a steep flight of 272 steps to reach the Temple Caves featuring ornate Hindu shrines. During the Thaipusam festival, as many as 100,000 devotees will climb the 272 steps to celebrate at the Temple caves. 

Morib Beach
Klang Valley's nearest seaside resort is Morib Beach which is being transformed into a major holiday retreat. The wide shallow beach is a family favorite for outings. Both ends of the beach blend into mangrove areas. Other attractions include a mini zoo, an aviary and a golf course. Food stalls are plentiful.

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Marib Beach

Sunway Lagoon

Sunway Lagoon 
For visitors with children, the Sunway Lagoon is a major theme-park with a comprehensive range of watersports, theme rides, amusement, restaurants and recreational facilities. Adjacent is a huge shopping and leisure complex called the Pyramid. Hotel accommodation is also available.

The Mines Wonderland
Built around a former mining-pool, the Mines Wonderland is an exciting theme-park with watersports, amusement rides, a winter-house with snow as well as restaurants and various other facilities. At night, glittering floats parade on the lake while a stunning laser and multimedia presentation entertains and mesmerises visitors. The Mines Wonderland is a popular attraction for visitors of all ages.

The Mines Wonderland

How to get there.......
Selangor is accessible internationally through Port Klang and Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International Airport. The North-South Highway provides convenient access to Selangor from Thailand, Singapore and all parts of the peninsula. Buses are also a practical way of getting about within Selangor, with bus stations at all main towns. Taxis and buses from Kuala Lumpur can also be boarded at the Puduraya and Klang bus-stations.

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