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Sunday, 2 October 2011

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Shah Alam Stadium


Within the central component of the Shah Alam Sports Complex is the Shah Alam Stadium. Since the official lauch on July 16 1994, the stadium has successfully played host to many events that includes both international and local sports events, tournaments, concerts and more.


The entire stadium spans an area of 155,000 square meter, with a massive 6 level semi-enclosed space with a total amount of 69,372 seats and additional 11,000 standing.


The stadium is the homeground for the Selangor soccer team and the venue for most FAM-organised matches. The stadium played host to the World Youth Championship matches in 1997.

Shah Alam Stadium


Within the central component of the Shah Alam Sports Complex is the Shah Alam Stadium. Since the official lauch on July 16 1994, the stadium has successfully played host to many events that includes both international and local sports events, tournaments, concerts and more.


The entire stadium spans an area of 155,000 square meter, with a massive 6 level semi-enclosed space with a total amount of 69,372 seats and additional 11,000 standing.


The stadium is the homeground for the Selangor soccer team and the venue for most FAM-organised matches. The stadium played host to the World Youth Championship matches in 1997.

national zoo selangor

Places of interest
nature and adventure
zoo zoo National zoo
the national zoo and aquarium spans 62 hectares of shady forest land encompassing several ponds and small stgreams, at ulu kelang on the outskirts of the city. Built to resemble as closely as possible the natural habitat of the various animals and birds, the zoo is home to about 1,000 species of flora and fauna from malaysia and other parts of the world. The aquarium houses some 82 species of marine life. For children, there is the added attraction of exciting elephant, camel and donkey-cart rides, boat rides and zoo train. There are also special showtimes featuring elephants, parrot, orang utan and sea-lions. opening hours : weekends and saturday 9.00am - 5.00pm
sundays and public holidays 9.00am - 6.00pm
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Bukit Melawati Kuala Selangor


Melawati Hill is located in the coastal town of Kuala Selangor, a 30-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur. In the late 18th Century, the second Sultan of Selangor had a fortress constructed on Melawati Hill to protect the state from intruders.

The hill provided a vantage point to monitor ships in the Straits of Malacca. Even with a strategic hold, the Melawati Fort yielded to the Dutch cannons.


It was again destroyed during the Selangor Civil War, when warring factions fought for tin-rich lands. All that remains of the fort now are its cannons, its original foundation stones and fabled execution block. The landscaped hill offers a panoramic view of the Selangor coastline.

Visitors will be delighted to watch the free-roaming Silverleaf Monkeys in the area. The adults are dark-haired with a tinge of silver, while the young ones are a bright orange. Gentle and adorable, they graciously wait for bread or fruits from visitors, unlike the mischievous Long Tail Macaques.

Other attractions here are a lighthouse, a royal mausoleum and a quaint rest house.

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The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque

The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque: is one of the most beautiful buildings in the country. Frequently referred to as the "Blue Mosque" its minarets are the tallest in the world at 142.3 meters. Its graceful blue dome is one of the largest of its kind. Decorative Islamic calligraphy enhances the dome and main prayer hall, while the overall architecture integrates ethnic Malay design elements. http://www.2malaysia.com/selangor/