Sights & landmarks in Shah Alam

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Shah Alam Landmarks

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  • Caren H
    3 contributions
    very impressive, first time in a Mosque
    great tour great experience, the tour takes about 30 mins
    also very photo genic place
    worth the 30 mins grab ride to come
    Written 6 January 2024
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  • Anne P
    6 contributions
    The beautifully landscaped lake and surrounding area are so well maintained. Very serene and relaxing especially in the evenings. Great facilities like climbing frames and bike rides to keep active kids occupied.
    Good selection of eateries, some with outdoor dining so you can enjoy the sunset during dinner.
    Written 27 January 2020
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  • JiaYin@SEU338E
    Seremban, Malaysia82 contributions
    The art street is located between several shop lots. Hard to find a parking during noon time. Not really worth to find for all street arts for photograph when the weather is hot.
    Written 26 March 2021
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  • WongHY17
    Subang Jaya, Malaysia405 contributions
    Football stadium in Shah Alam.

    Has very big outdoor parking area, with a makeshift express bus station.

    My mother has tried taking the bus from here to Penang.
    A viable alternative for Subang Jaya/Shah Alam residents.
    Written 17 November 2018
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  • Joey K
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia565 contributions
    This place is part of the Shah Alam Community Forest or SACF. There are many entrances to get to Bukit Sapu Tangan. Each route offers different challenges. The hike to this hill can be quite steep at certain portions but there are ropes to assist you
    This place offers a good workout and can take a few hours depending on where you start from. This trail is also good for beginners who want to experience challenging hiking trails.
    Written 10 September 2022
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  • AFAK25
    Jeddah, Saudi Arabia3,711 contributions
    The mosque is culmination of a 20-year struggle of Bukit Jelutong residents to have a mosque they could call their own. Funding has always been insufficient until HRH Sultan of Selangor graciously agreed to top up the balance and adopt the mosque as a Royal Mosque.

    HRH would visit this mosque every now and then.

    The mosque has a large praying hall and common area which could double up as additional praying space if the need arises. Usually on Fridays.

    The toilets are clean and ablutions are aplenty.
    Written 7 June 2019
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