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Shah Alam

Shah Alam
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How to Reach

By train

Shah Alam is about 20 km west of Kuala Lumpur and a part of the urban sprawl of Klang Valley. The KTM Komuter line from Kuala Lumpur to Klang stops in Shah Alam, but the station is not particularly conveniently located. The 2 stations which will be most convenient to get to the city center would be to stop by either at the Batu Tiga station or Shah Alam station which is located in Section 19. Particularly the Batu Tiga station is nearby Section 13.
Shah Alam KTM Komuter serves four stations in Shah Alam that lie on the Port Klang to Sentul line.
Batu Tiga Komuter station
Shah Alam Komuter station - situated at the southern part of the city in Seksyen 19
Padang Jawa Komuter station - at Seksyen 17
Bukit Badak Komuter station

By Car

Shah Alam is well connected to other main cities in Klang Valley by highways such as the Federal Highway, New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), Shah Alam Expressway (KESAS), Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE), North-South Expressway Central Link (ELITE) and the newest highway Kemuning-Shah Alam Highway (LKSA).

By bus

Shah Alam KTM Komuter station is a rapidKL bus hub. RapidKL provides bus service route number U80 and U64 from Kuala Lumpur to central region of Shah Alam city.
There are other bus routes to various areas in Shah Alam.
Shah Alam KTM Komuter station is also currently served by one local shuttle (Tempatan) bus route no T529.
T529 Shah Alam KTM Komuter Hentian Bandar Shah Alam via Section 16 & 17 Shah Alam - Shah Alam KTM Komuter

Key places to visit
Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque, Muzium Sultan Alam Shah, Garden of Islamic Arts , Shah Alam Agricultural Park, Shah Alam Lake Gardens, Shah Alam Stadium


Places to Visit

Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque

The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque is the state mosque of Selangor, Malaysia. It is located in Shah Alam. It is the country's largest mosque and also the second largest mosque in Southeast Asia after Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia. Its most distinguishing feature is its large blue and silver dome. The mosque has four minarets, one erected at each of the corners.The mosque was commissioned by the late Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz, when he declared Shah Alam as the new capital of Selangor on 14 February, 1974. Construction began in 1982 and finished on 11 March, 1988. The Mosque is also known as the Blue Mosque owing to its blue dome

Muzium Sultan Alam Shah

Muzium Sultan Alam Shah is the state museum of the Malaysian state of Selangor. It is situated in the state capital, Shah Alam. This museum was opened in 1989 by the late Sultan of Selangor Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah.

Garden of Islamic Arts  

The Blue Mosque overlooks a landscaped park inspired by the Quranic Garden of Paradise . This 14 hectares of spiritual sanctuary houses nine galleries exhibiting a rich array of Islamic arts such as calligraphy, sculptures, paintings and architecture. The site is occasionally used for traditional Islamic performances.

Shah Alam Agricultural Park

This 1,295 hectare park opened to the public in 1986. It is well organised and managed and contains a tropical rain forest and extensive attractions. The agriculture park is one of the largest in the world and built around a centerpiece artificial lake. It provides several playgrounds for children and a jogging and biking path that goes around the lakes. Inside the park is a spice garden, an ornamental garden, an orchid garden, a cactus garden, bamboo garden and mushroom garden. Bicycles are available for rent at the park and a free bus service is provided to ferry visitors throughout. Visitors can rent horses (for riding lessons), kayaks and boats. The park also has a "4 seasons" building in which the seasons are simulated (one season at a time)- Winter season; Dec-Feb, Spring;Mar-May, Summer; Jun-Aug, Autumn; Sep-Nov.

Shah Alam Lake Gardens

Shah Alam Lake Gardens was Built around an artificial lake. Has several playgrounds for children on different areas, and a jogging and biking path that goes around the lakes. Visitors can rent kayaks and boats.

Shah Alam Stadium

Shah Alam Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Shah Alam, Malaysia. It is used mostly for football matches but also has facilities for athletics. The stadium is the home of Selangor FA, and has a capacity of 69,372.

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