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Gombak - My Hometown (Task 1)
Sustainable Urban Planning

A128642 SHAZRIZIL BIN ZAKARIA
JKAS/4

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A128642 shazrizil zakaria

  1. 1. KKKH 4284 – SUSTAINABLE URBAN PLANNING By SHAZRIZIL ZAKARIA A128642
  2. 2. HISTORY Gombak is an administrative district located in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. The district was created on February 1, 1974, the same day when Kuala Lumpur was declared a Federal Territory. Until 1997, Rawang was the district capital; the capital has been moved to Bandar Baru Selayang. Gombak borders Kuala Lumpur to the southeast and the Genting Highlands to the east. Both Gombak and Kuala Lumpur, along with some other districts in Selangor, are situated within the Klang Valley. Gombak River merges with the larger Klang River in Kuala Lumpur. The meeting place of the two rivers is the birthplace of Kuala Lumpur. At the center of the confluence is the Masjid Jamek.
  3. 3. GOMBAK
  4. 4. LOCAL AREA GOVERNMENT MPS MPAJ • Rawang • Ulu Klang • Kuang • Bukit • Taman Templer Antarabangsa • Batu Caves • Lembah Jaya • Paras Jaya (Ampang) • Gombak Setia
  5. 5. AIR QUALITY
  6. 6. AIR QUALITY
  7. 7. EXPENSES/LIVING COSTS
  8. 8. EXPENSES/LIVING COSTS
  9. 9. EXPENSES/LIVING COSTS
  10. 10. EXPENSES/LIVING COST
  11. 11. EXPENSES/LIVING COSTS
  12. 12. EMPLOYMENT
  13. 13. EMPLOYMENT
  14. 14. RECYCLING
  15. 15. BIODIVERSITYHULU GOMBAK FORESTRESERVE
  16. 16. PROTECTED AREAS
  17. 17. CLIMATE CHANGEThe characteristic features of the climate of Gombak areuniform temperature, high humidity and copious rainfall.Winds are generally light. It is extremely rare to have afull day with completely clear sky even during periods ofsevere drought. On the other hand, it is also rare to havea stretch of a few days with completely no sunshine.
  18. 18. RECREATIONAL AREA ULU YAM FOREST RESERVE SG KANCHING RECREATIONAL PARK
  19. 19. RECREATIONAL AREA TAMAN TASIK SERI GOMBAK TEMPLER PARK
  20. 20. RECREATIONAL AREA ULU YAM DAM
  21. 21. TOURIST ATTRACTION UPTOWN DANAU BATU CAVES HINDU TEMPLE
  22. 22. TOURIST ATTRACTION MUZIUM ORANG ASLI MASJID UIA
  23. 23. EDUCATION INSTITUTE SBPI GOMBAK UIA GOMBAK
  24. 24. HEALTH CENTRE HOSPITAL ORANG ASLI HOSPITAL SELAYANG
  25. 25. HEALTH CENTRE AMPANG PUTERI HOSPITAL SUNGAI BULOH
  26. 26. TRANSPORTATION CAB BUS
  27. 27. TRANSPORTATION STAR LRT PUTRA LRT
  28. 28. TRANSPORTATION
  29. 29. MONORAILS
  30. 30. KTM (KERETAPI TANAH MELAYU)
  31. 31. SHOPPING MALL AMPANG PARK AMPANG CITY PLAZA
  32. 32. SHOPPING MALL SELAYANG MALL GALAXY AMPANG
  33. 33. SHOPPING MALL WANGSA WALK JUSCO AEON WANGSA MAJU
  34. 34. HYPER MART CARREFOUR WANGSA MAJU GIANT BATU CAVES
  35. 35. FOOD SUPPLIES PASAR SELAYANG PASAR BESAR GOMBAK PASAR SENTUL
  36. 36. GREEN BUILDINGS SENTUL EAST D7 PROJECT D7
  37. 37. GREEN BUILDINGS
  38. 38. WASTE DISPOSAL
  39. 39. DISCUSSIONSGOMBAK Air Quality 10 Recycling 9 Biodiversity 8 7 Economy 6 Waste 5 4 3 2 Food 1 Eco Footprint 0 Climate Change Employment Green Space Transport Health Education
  40. 40. CONCLUSION Mobility is good Average Green and Living GOMBAK Sustainable Cost Economical Friendly
  41. 41. THANK YOU !! Prepared by: SHAZRIZIL BIN ZAKARIA A128642 JKAS/4

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