Subang Jaya

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Subang Jaya
Municipal
Other transcription(s)
 • Chinese 梳邦再也
 • Tamil சுபாங் ஜெயா
 • Jawi سوبڠ جاي
Subang Jaya City Center (SJCC) at SS16
Subang Jaya City Center (SJCC) at SS16
Flag of Subang Jaya
Flag
Official seal of Subang Jaya
Seal
Coordinates: 3°3′52″N 101°35′37″E / 3.06444°N 101.59361°E / 3.06444; 101.59361Coordinates: 3°3′52″N 101°35′37″E / 3.06444°N 101.59361°E / 3.06444; 101.59361
Country Malaysia
State Selangor
Establishment 21 February 1976
Granted
Municipal Status
1 January 1997
Government
 • Administered by Subang Jaya Municipal Council
Area
 • Total 70.41 km2 (43.75 sq mi)
Population (2017 Census[citation needed])
 • Total 1,683,589
 • Density 23,911/km2 (38,482/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (MST)
Postcode 47500, 47600, 47610, 47620, 47630
Area code(s) +603-56, +603-80
Website www.mpsj.gov.my

Subang Jaya is a suburban city located in the Petaling District, Selangor, Malaysia. It comprises the southern third district of Petaling. Consists of neighbourhoods from SS12 to SS19, PJS7/PJS9/PJS11 of Bandar Sunway (which are also partially jurisdictional within Petaling Jaya under the MBPJ), UEP Subang Jaya (USJ), Putra Heights and Batu Tiga, the municipal is governed by Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ), which also governs other areas of the Petaling district, such as Puchong and Seri Kembangan.

History

Before 1974, this area was part of Petaling Jaya. The township was then developed by Sime UEP Properties Berhad, the property development arm of the Malaysian conglomerate Sime Darby. The site was formerly a rubber plantation called Seafield Estate under the municipality of Majlis Perbandaran Petaling Jaya. Construction work for the development of Subang Jaya (consists the neighbourhood of SS 12 - SS 19) began on 21 February 1976 and was concluded in 1988. Upon completion of Subang Jaya in the same year, Sime UEP began clearing land for the development of USJ.[citation needed] In 1999, Sime UEP began the development of Putra Heights.[citation needed]

In 1997, Subang Jaya was granted the status of a municipality, elevating the Petaling District Council to Subang Jaya Municipal Council.[1][2] Its municipal area comprised the areas administered by the former Petaling District Council, as well as some areas transferred from Petaling Jaya and Shah Alam City Council. The MPSJ holds local government authority not only in Subang Jaya town centre, but also USJ, Putra Heights, Batu Tiga, Bandar Sunway, Puchong, Bandar Kinrara, Seri Kembangan, and other parts of southern Petaling district (although some jurisdictional areas such as USJ, Bandar Sunway and Taman Mutiara Subang also falls under partial or full jurisdiction of MBPJ and MBSA). In parliamentary terms, Subang Jaya's municipal area covers the parliamentary constituency of Puchong in its entirety, as well as parts of Kelana Jaya, Serdang and Kota Raja. Subang Jaya city itself lies within the Kelana Jaya constituency, while Seri Kembangan falls within the Serdang constituency.

Governance

Subang Jaya Municipal Council

For the 2013-2018 term, the Dewan Rakyat parliamentary constituency of Kelana Jaya (P104) is represented by Wong Chen of the People's Justice Party (PKR) while the Selangor State Assembly seat of Subang Jaya is represented by Hannah Yeoh from the Democratic Action Party (DAP), who is also the speaker of the Selangor State legislative assembly.

For the 2008–2013 term, the Dewan Rakyat parliamentary constituency of Kelana Jaya (P104) was represented by Loh Gwo Burne of the People's Justice Party (PKR) while the Selangor State Assembly seat of Subang Jaya was represented by Hannah Yeoh from the Democratic Action Party (DAP).

Commence

Jalan Kemajuan Subang facing Northwest at the three-way intersection near Subang Parade.
Jalan Kemajuan Subang facing Northeast, with AEON BiG (formerly Carrefour Subang Jaya) and Subang Avenue on the right.

Subang Parade, Empire Subang, Sunway Pyramid, and the hypermarket chain, Aeon Big Subang, serve as the main shopping attractions around the Subang Jaya town centre. In adjacent township of Bandar Sunway, there is Sunway Lagoon, an amusement water theme park which is a popular tourist landmark across the nation.

The commercial district of SS15 serves as the town's central area. It is prominent for its large variety of cafes. Within the area, there is also an abundance of international F&B outlets, restaurants, boutique outlets and banks. One of the most well-known eateries in town, "Asia Cafe", is also situated in SS15 where there is a wide variety of local hawker stalls and entertainment outlets such as internet cafes and pool centres. There are plenty of high-rise office buildings and serviced apartments surrounding the area as well. there is a food-haven mall in SS15, namely SS15 Courtyard, which comprises a variety of contemporary dining restaurants. As of Nov 2017, the popular Asia Cafe in SS15 is officially closed down to make way for a development of high-rise commercial building.

Empire Subang

In USJ, there are shopping malls such as Da Men, The Main Place, One City, The Summit, The 19 USJ City Mall, Giant USJ and Mydin USJ to provide more shopping options and alternatives. The main commercial hub of the USJ township is USJ Taipan, located at USJ 10, which is a business district. There are many small-scale commercial areas scattering around the neighbourhoods of USJ to provide amenities and conveniences as well.

Recreation

View from top of the Sports Complex in Subang Jaya

The most renowned recreation park in Subang Jaya is the Subang Ria Park, situated nearby the Sime Darby Medical Centre in SS12. On the other hand, the Subang Jaya Municipal Council Complex (a.k.a. MPSJ Stadium) is the headquarters of the municipal office situated in USJ 5. It comprises a large football turf and an athletic running field. Hypermedia library, petting zoo and art gallery can be found at Kompleks 3C MPSJ in SS13.

There are many indoor soccer centres, squash, tennis and badminton courts in the town. Golf clubs include the Subang Racquet and Golf Club, Subang National Golf Club Glenmarie Golf & Country Club and Saujana Golf and Country Club. There are many fitness centres in USJ and Subang Jaya.

MinNature is one of the latest recreational place to be established in Subang Jaya. Located at Level 4, Summit USJ, MinNature claims to be the world largest 3D printed miniature wonderland.

Economy

Subang Jaya is renowned as a light industrial hub in the Klang Valley. The main industrial areas in the town are Subang Industrial Park SS13, Sime UEP Industrial Park, Subang Hi-Tech Industrial Park and USJ 1 through USJ 8, involving in both light and heavy industry.

The worldwide Malaysia headquarters of PROTON Holdings, the Centre of Excellence;[3] Lotus Cars, Faber-Castell and many other major international companies are located in Sime UEP Industrial Park.[4]

Education

Subang Jaya is a higher education hub, comprising many large international private colleges and universities. Particularly in the commercial district of SS15, there are Taylor's University College, Inti College, Metropolitan College, ALFA International College and Taylor College.

Monash University, The One Academy, Sunway University College and Taylor's University College are situated in the adjacent township Bandar Sunway. SEGi University College is located in USJ.

Subang Jaya has over 30 primary and secondary schools including local, private and international. The two private schools, Sri Kuala Lumpur and Sri Sedaya cater for both primary and secondary levels. Furthermore, there are three international schools, namely Fairview international school which is located in Sime UEP Industrial Park in USJ, Sunway International School at Bandar Sunway, and the Japanese School of Kuala Lumpur at Saujana Golf and Country Club.

Primary schools

  • At-Tamimi International Islamic School (Primary)
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Sri Subang Jaya
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Seri Selangor
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Subang Jaya
  • Sekolah Wawasan (USJ 15)
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Bandar Sunway
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Dato Onn Jaafar
  • Sekolah Cina Tun Tan Cheng Lock
  • Sekolah Tun Sambathan
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Seafield 3
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan USJ 12
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan SS14
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Perdana Jaya SS 19
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan SS19
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan Seafield (USJ 6)
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan USJ 2
  • Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Chee Wen (USJ 1)
  • Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (Cina) Lick Hung (SS19)
  • Sekolah Kebangsaan USJ 20
  • Sekolah Rendah Islam Integrasi Masjid darul Ehsan (SS15)
  • Sri UCSI (Primary)
  • Sri Kuala Lumpur (Primary)
  • Japanese School of Kuala Lumpur (JSKL) (Primary)
  • Fairview International School (Primary)
  • UCSI International School (Primary)
  • GEMS International School
  • Kingsley International School (Primary)

Secondary schools

Higher education

Healthcare

Healthcare in Subang Jaya are provided by two private hospitals. They are Sime Darby Medical Centre Subang Jaya, (formerly known as Subang Jaya Medical Centre (SJMC)) in SS12 along with Sunway Medical Centre in Bandar Sunway.

Under the 9th Malaysian Plan, Subang Jaya has its first public health clinic called the 1 Malaysia Healthcare located in the lower cost area of USJ 1. Its primary objective is to provide cheaper healthcare for lower to middle income population.[5]

Places of worship

Darul Ehsan Mosque in SS15 is the main worshipping place of Muslims in Subang Jaya. There are plenty of mosques in the town such as in USJ 1, USJ 9 and USJ 17.

The Church of St Thomas More, Subang Jaya (STM), is a Roman Catholic parish, located in UEP Industrial Park, USJ. The Church was officially dedicated and opened on Sunday, 10 April 2011, by Most Rev. Murphy Pakiam, Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur. There are many other churches such as First Baptist Church in ss17/1d in SS13, SS15,etc.

The Hindu Temple Sri Varatharajah Perumal Temple and Subang Jaya Buddhist Temple Association are located in SS13, off Persiaran Kewajipan after BHP Petrol Station and before Summit USJ.

Kingdom Life Church International, a non-denominational New Testament church, is located in Jalan USJ Sentral 2, USJ 1 The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: With a strong congregation in Subang Jaya .

Development

Currently, there are a few large mega commercial projects under development which are SJCC Subang, SJ7 Trans-City, Empire Remix and Tropicana Metropark.[6] SJCC Subang and SJ7 Trans-City are two large mixed developments by Sime Darby that are set to be integrated with highly advanced public transportation. Da Men and Empire Remix are located in USJ 1. Da Men is a mixed commercial development sprawling over 8.6 acres of prime land comprising two blocks of serviced apartments, retail lots and a 6-storey shopping podium.[7] On the other hand, Empire Remix is also a mixed commercial development which consists of a few blocks of office buildings, serviced apartments and a shopping mall.

Tropicana Metropark is a 88.5 acre development comprising more than 10 high-rise buildings which include office suites, SOHO, office towers, business suites, villas, shopfronts and a shopping mall. It is situated near the upscale neighbourhoods of USJ Heights and Subang Heights and highly visible off the Federal Highway.[8] A new access from Federal Highway will be completed by 2016 to improve the traffic flow around the area.[9] On top of that, Bandar Raya Developments Bhd (BRDB) is developing a RM2 billion 24 acres of integrated mixed development around the same area.[10]

Transportation

A BRT bus at USJ 7 BRT-LRT interchange station.
Commuters can switch between Kelana Jaya Line and Sri Petaling Line across a platform at Putra Heights LRT terminal.
A KTM Komuter Class 82 EMU at Subang Jaya Komuter station.
Traffic along Persiaran Kewajipan

Subang Jaya is well-connected to the cities of Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam and the townships of Petaling Jaya such as Ara Damansara, Kota Damansara, Bandar Utama, Damansara Utama and Mutiara Damansara via a network of major highways, namely the Federal Highway, Shah Alam Expressway (KESAS), NKVE, NPE, North South Expressway and LDP. There are three exits connecting Federal Highway to Subang Jaya. The two main exits are at exit 17.9 km through Persiaran Kewajipan and exit 18.2 km through Persiaran Tujuan, while the alternative exit is through Persiaran Teknologi Subang at Tropicana Metropark.

Persiaran Kewajipan and Persiaran Tujuan serve as the two major roads in Subang Jaya. The alternative route from USJ and Subang Jaya to Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya is the Subang–Kelana Jaya Link, which also connects the Persiaran Kewajipan roundabout of the New Pantai Expressway E10 towards the Subang Airport expressway (route 15) of Federal Highway Jkr-ft2.png.

Subang Jaya's public transport system is highly developed, boasting 2 light metro (LRT) lines, 1 KTM commuter line, 1 BRT line, bus and taxi services. Since 30 June 2016, many new LRT stations of the extended Kelana Jaya Line have opened, connecting various areas in Subang Jaya with Kuala Lumpur city centre and Petaling Jaya. The LRT stations are strategically located within walking distance from shopping malls, commercial centres and residential areas and supported by feeder buses. The Kelana Jaya Line had been extended from the existing route from the Subang LRT Depot, running through the Dana 1 commercial centre in Kelana Jaya, to Kelana Centre Point, then to Subang Parade (interchange with KTM Subang Jaya commuter station) which covers three stations within the town centre. Within USJ, the LRT line continues from SS18 to USJ 7 (Da Men and Summit), USJ Taipan, Wawasan (USJ 15), USJ 21 (One City and Main Place), and ends at the main interchange station hub in Putra Heights, which connects with another LRT line, the Sri Petaling Line to Puchong, Bukit Jalil and Sri Petaling.

On the other hand, public bus transportation is provided by two companies, RapidKL and Metrobus. These buses provide access around the town and also to Kuala Lumpur. Alternatively, there is a BRT line connecting the Setia Jaya Komuter station through Bandar Sunway to the USJ7 LRT Station. The BRT Sunway Line started operating on June 1, 2015, when it was officially launched by Malaysia prime minister, Najib Razak.[11] The BRT service is a public-private partnership project between Prasarana and Sunway Group which aims to provide eco-friendly electric bus services on elevated tracks for residents in Bandar Sunway and USJ.

As for commuter train services, Subang Jaya is served by an urban-suburb rail link, the KTM Komuter, which provides transportation towards Port Klang and Kuala Lumpur.

Kuala Lumpur's former international airport, the Subang Airport has since been renamed Subang Skypark after an extensive renovation by Subang SkyPark Sdn Bhd is located at Subang, Shah Alam. It serves as the main hub for turboprop airlines Firefly (a low-cost carrier subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines), Malindo Air and Berjaya Air and is the premier hub for corporate and private aviation in Southeast Asia.

Sister cities

References

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  3. ^ "Contact Us." Proton Holdings. Retrieved on July 24, 2016. "Proton Holdings Berhad Centre of Excellence Complex, KM33.8 Westbound, Shah Alam Expressway 47600, Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Malaysia,"
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  5. ^ On, Ing Yeen. "Subang Jaya to have its first public health clinic". The Star. Malaysia. Retrieved 24 July 2010. 
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  7. ^ Lim, Chia Ying. "Mixed Development Project to Spur Growth in USJ." The Star, 30 June 2011. Web. 14 May 2014.
  8. ^ "Tropicana Corp launches RM6.3b Tropicana Metropark in Subang Jaya". The Star. Malaysia. 31 May 2013. Archived from the original on 26 January 2016. 
  9. ^ "Flyover Project Connecting to Federal Highway Expected to Be Ready in 2016" The Star, 18 April 2014. Web. 14 May 2014.
  10. ^ "BRDB Aims to Deliver RM1bil in Property Sales Annually." The Star, 24 September 2011. Web. 14 May 2014.
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  12. ^ Chan, Jade (5 September 2012). "MoU signing formalises ties between MPSJ and Japanese city". The Star. Malaysia. Archived from the original on 21 February 2013. Retrieved 8 September 2012. 

External links

  • Subang Jaya travel guide from Wikivoyage


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