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  • 1. KKKH 4284 SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENTNURSYAHIDA BINTI BAHARIN. A128791.
  • 2. MY HOMETOWN SHAH ALAM
  • 3. GEOGRAPHY Shah Alam is located within the district of Petaling and a portion of the district of Klang in the state of Selangor. Shah Alam is also one of the major cities within the Klang Valley, an area in Malaysia comprising Kuala Lumpur and its suburbs, and adjoining cities and towns in the state of Selangor,.
  • 4. SHAH ALAM Nikname : Orchid City Total Area : 290.3 km2 Total Population : 646, 890 (June 2001)
  • 5. LOCATION
  • 6. TRANSPORTATION KTM Major Buses and CommuterHighways Taxi Train
  • 7. HIGHWAYS IN THE KLANG VALLEY 1 North-South Expressway 8 Damansara-Puchonh Highway 9 North-South Expressway Central Link 10 Shah Alam Highway 11 Kuala Lumpur-KLIA Dedicated 14 New Klang Valley Expressway
  • 8. Advanced Management and Technology Universiti Centre (PTPL Industri College) Shah Alam Selangor Polytechnic (UNISEL) International Education CIAST College (INTEC UiTM) Advanced Universiti TechnologyTeknologi Mara EDUCATION Training Centre(Main Campus) (ADTEC)
  • 9. Shah Alam Community Polyclinic. KPJDarul Ehsan Selangor Medical Specialist Centre. Hospital. HEALTH AND HEALTHCARE Shah Alam Columbia Medical Asia. Centre.
  • 10. CLIMATE CHANGE As with other cities across Peninsular Malaysia, ShahAlam experiences a tropical rainforest climate. Temperatures are consistent throughout the year with anaverage high temperature of 31.9°Celsius and an averagelow temperature of 27.8°Celsius. The city is warmest in the month of March, andexperiences heavy rains and showers during the month ofNovember as the northeast monsoon moves in fromOctober to March.
  • 11. GREEN SPACE Bukit Cerakah /legendary Skatepark Shah Alam Lake
  • 12. BIODIVERSITYBukit Cahaya, Shah ALam
  • 13. ECO FOOTPRINTBukit Cahaya, Shah ALam
  • 14. FOOD Ayam Kampung A. Hassan, Shah Alam  Pisang Goreng Azmi Section 19, ShahPakmal Nasi Ayam Alam Seksyen
  • 15. WASTE AND RECYCLING Citywaste Disposal The Art ofServices Sdn Recyling Bhd Sri Aman ScrapRecycle Sdn. Computer Bhd. Trading
  • 16. EMPLOYMENT• Shah Alam filledwith industrialarea.•Many jobopportunities inthe fields ofindustrial.
  • 17. ECONOMIC BASE The state capital is Shah Alam. The state of Selangor has the largest economy in Malaysia in terms of gross domestic product. The economy of Selangor is constituted by a progressive market economy. The core sectors of Selangors economy are commerce and agriculture. Commerce, industry and services are a major contributor to the economy of Selangor, as it accounted for over 58% of the states GDP.
  • 18. MY HOMETOWNSUSTAINABILITY Air quality 10 Recyling Biodiversity 8 Economy 6 Waste 4 Food 2 Eco Footprint 0 Series 1Climate Change Employment Green Space Transport Health Education