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Lembah Beringin

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Lembah Beringin

Lembah Beringin is a township in Hulu Selangor district in the northern part of Selangor.It is accessible from the PLUS Highway -50 minutes drive from Kuala Lumpur,15 minutes from Tanjung Malim,10 minutes from Kerling town and 25 minutes from Bukit Beruntung. The district capital of Kuala Kubu Bharu,the gateway to Fraser's Hill,is 20 minutes away.

This township of 6,800 acres, was developed by Land & General through a subsidiary company, Lembah Beringin Sdn. Bhd. The Company faced financial difficulties and Lembah Beringin Sdn. Bhd.was liquidated in 2006.

Over the years,more and more people have moved in attracted by the cheap rent and cheap property prices.A single storey 3 bedded terrace house can be purchased for Rm 50,000 (2015).

Lembah Beringin is home to SSG Beringin Golf Club, an 18-holes, 5,897m, par 72 course designed by Ted Parslow.Kolej Yayasan UEM,a fully residential college, is also located in this township. KYUEM established in 1998 offers A-Levels courses to prepare students for University education.

To cater to the increasing population, a primary school,Sekolah Kebangsaan Lembah Beringin, was built.In 2012, a surau and a futsal court was added adjacent to the school. A new 15km water pipeline from Kerling to Lembah Beringin in Hulu Selangor was completed in 2014.

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