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Kota Damansara

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Kota Damansara

Kota Damansara[1] is a township located in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. It is spread across 4,000 acre (16 km²) of land.

It is also a state seat constituency which is sandwiched between Shah Alam and Petaling Jaya. Notable landmarks located within the constituency are the old Subang Airport and the Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia. Kota Damansara comes under the Subang parliamentary constituency.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Accessibility 2
  • Surrounding townships 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

History

The township was previously a forest reserve, bordered in the west by the Sungai Buloh Industrial Park, in the south by the Tropicana Golf and Country Club and on the south-east by Bandar Utama Damansara. The development of Kota Damansara first began in 1992 and was initially undertaken solely by PKNS.

The land is owned by the Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS), and is being jointly developed through privatisation, joint ventures, and by PKNS itself. Of the total area, 1,500 acres (6 km²) have been earmarked for housing. Divided into 12 sections:-

i) Section 1 (Selangor Teknology Park) mostly factory, factory zone;

ii) Section 2 same as section 1, factories area;

iii) Section 3 De Kota, mostly shoplots and corporate factories. Latest development is The Core by Sunsuria, along Jalan Teknologi in front of Uptown;

iv) Section 4, Jalan Camar 4/xx, where D'Shire Villa, SMK Seksyen 4 Kota Damansara, Petronas Station (with KFC), Villa Damansara, Sierra Damansara and medium-cost apartments are;

v) Section 5, Jalan Sepah Puteri 5/xx, more familiar known as Seri Utama (developed by See Hoy Chan);

vi) Section 6, Jalan Cecawi 6/xx, where the drive thru restaurant McDonald's, Pizza Hut & KFC are;

vii) Section 7, Jalan Nuri 7/xx, where you can find Dewan Orang Ramai MBPJ;

viii) Section 8, Jalan Pekaka 8/xx, where you can find Pusrawi Hospital, PKNS Branch, Pejabat Pendaftaran;

ix) Section 9, Jalan Rimba Riang 9/xx, famous with high end bangalow and bangalow land, and also grave yard conflict;

x) Section 10, Jalan Merbah 10/xx, famous with Selangor Polo Club;

xi) Section 11, Jalan Kenyalang 11/xx, famous with AeonBig & Bayu Damansara.

xii)Section 12, famous with Dataran Sunway, The Strand, Giant Hypermarket,

xiii) Section 13, famous with Palm Spring Condominium.

Some 1,000 acres (4 km²) have been set aside for a botanical garden. Other amenities include the Selangor Polo Country Club ], Seri Selangor Golf Course, three primary and secondary schools and one smart private school (Sri KDU), SEGi University and [ Tropicana Medical Centre] and the International University College of Technology Twintech (IUCTT).

Accessibility

The township is accessible via the Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP) via Persiaran Surian, the old Batu Tiga-Sungai Buloh road and via its own interchange to the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE). This interchange is located immediately before the Damansara interchange if one is heading to Klang.

Kota Damansara MRT Station on the Klang Valley MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line is located here.

Surrounding townships

Many affluent townships are situated near Kota Damansara at a 5 km to 10 km radius from Parcel PB1 and accessible via the LDP include :-

See also

References

  1. ^ "Kota Damansara". www.durianproperty.com.my. DurianProperty.com.my. Retrieved 8 Dec 2014. 

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