Selayang, one of the oldest settlements in the Klang Valley and located within the district of Gombak, is a big and sprawling township that is home to a large and diverse population. During the past several years, it has experienced considerable growth, particularly after the Gombak district office relocated from Rawang to Bandar Baru Selayang in 1997. Perhaps the majority of us will recognise Selayang because of its proximity to the tourism hotspot of Batu Caves, where thousands of devotees are expected to descend on the township during Thaipusam.
A Strategic Choices
Selayang is a town in Malaysia that is strategically placed on the border of the states of Kuala Lumpur (KL) and Selangor. In addition, it is a part of the main road to Rawang, which passes through Jalan Ipoh, and it is also a part of the main route to the heart of KL, which passes through Jalan Kuching. Consequently, the distance between Selayang and the core of KL will be less than 20 kilometres (kilometres). Residents of Selayang may now take advantage of first-class amenities in a beautiful community as a result of this ingenious planning.
Following on from the previous point, Selayang is also connected by a number of notable highways, the most famous of which being the Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2), which has long been the primary route used by residents of Selayang to go to Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur. The construction of the Duta Ulu Klang Expressway (DUKE) would further improve the accessibility of Selayang, which currently has a high level of accessibility.
Bus transportation is available from RapidKL and Metrobus for those who want to take public transit, which will be convenient for condo residents because the bus stops are typically located close to their condominium. The Batu Caves KTM station completes the infrastructure puzzle for Selayang, allowing the town to flourish.
Along with a slew of notable developments, Selayang is home to a number of attractions that are distinctively Selayang. Those seeking a home to live in Selayang will be glad to learn that the city boasts at least two retail complexes, including the Selayang Mall, Selayang Capitol, and a variety of hypermarkets. Selayang has its own designated forest, the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM), which also serves as a leisure park with beautiful greenery for those who enjoy the outdoors.
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