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Introduction to Klang Valley

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This small region is located in Malaysia, a country situated in South East Asia main region, neighbouring with Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei. In the old times, it is also known by the traveller as East Indies that contrast to the West Indies in America.


Malaysia is in the Green colour , just north to Indonesia and Singapore.

Klang Valley is also known as Central region of Malaysia, mainly consist of Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Kuala Lumpur, Putra Jaya and Cyberjaya. The Capital city of Malaysia which is Kuala Lumpur is located in the Klang Valley together with other big cities such as Petaling Jaya (PJ), Shah Alam, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya (Malaysia Silicon Valley city).


the cities in Klang Valley are very busy in the urban area while really contrast in rural area with peaceful countryside.


*Featured are a scene in front of Kelab Diraja Selangor (Royale Selangor Club) located in front of historical Sultan Abdul Samad Building. It is also known as Dataran Merdeka.


*Traffic Jam


*The cites completed with ELR but known as LRT (Light Railway Transit) and from the picture, people might thought this was in Tokyo, Japan.


*Featured are two main towers (or three?) the Twin Tower on the right is Petronas Twin Tower located in the KLCC, Kuala Lumpur. It holds THE TALLEST BUILDING IN THE WORLD for 8 years between 1997 to 2004 before the throne changed to Taiwan 101 Tower in Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) and now it is the time of Burj Al-Khalifa in Dubai (every bodies know that). But Petronas Twin Tower is still the Tallest Twin Building in the world (Yes, even if WTC in New York's still standing until today!).

On the middle side, stand tall and single is the "Menara Kuala Lumpur" - translated as "Kuala Lumpur Tower" (Malaysian Language grammar are always go backwards if it is translated to English lol). It look like as the same level with Petronas Twin Tower but it is actually built on a hill called Bukit Nenas (again it means Nenas Hill). So it is actually not as the same heights with Petronas Twin Tower.


*The rural area of Malaysia is a really peaceful place where many people escape to the rural area during holidays. Nowadays, there are lots of Holiday package called Homestays where people all around the world especially from Europe, US, and Australia have a chance to live the Kampung style (Malay countryside style).

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Nenas tu kata nama khas la bro, bukit tu kata nama am, so biasa org translate kata nama am sahaja. anyway, thanx for your comment.

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[img]http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/default/1.gif[/img] Very nice, great start to something i believe will be awesome.

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[quote name='YAC'ommunauté' timestamp='1309608315']
[img]http://www.simtropolis.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/default/1.gif[/img] Very nice, great start to something i believe will be awesome.

Klang Valley is a region, you should check my journal about my 2 cites.

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