Seri Kembangan, formerly known as Serdang New Village, is a town located inSelangor, Malaysia. The town is now a considerable city in size - can be seen on the North-South Expressway Southern Route.Seri Kembangan was established as the Serdang New Village in 1952 when the British moved Malaysian Chinese villagers living around Sungai Besi to a centralised location due to the Communis tthreat during the Malayan Emergency following the Briggs Plan.
In its early days, the village had 50 houses and all were built from scratch because the British only provided empty plots of land. The area was close to rubber estates and the jungle posed dangers of a different kind.
Most of the 15,000 inhabitants earned meagre incomes as mining workers and rubber tappers.
At one point, the Seri Kembangan New Village was known for cottage industries like shoe-making but this has been overtaken by more profitable ventures.
There are now 2,500 houses with only a smattering of the original wooden houses left and the population is estimated to be 150,000, largely made up of entrepreneurs, businessmen, professionals, government servants who works in Putrajaya & other multinational corporations employees located in Cyberjaya.
Seri Kembangan CBD are connection with commuter and LRT.
Residential area well connect with avenue integrated with SKRR (Seri Kembangan Ring Road) through city center.
SK High-tech industrial area.