List of sections in the city shah alam

Each section in Shah Alam has a theme in naming the names of the streets that are available in the section. Here is a list of sections and each theme.

List

  • Section 2 - Types of flowers
  • Section 3 - Types of trees
  • Section 4 - Types of fruits
  • Section 5 - (administrative center) - administration
  • Section 6 - Types of birds
  • Section 7 - Types of gems and minerals and University In Selangor (education)
  • Section 8 - The landform
  • Section 10 - The type of clothing
  • Section 11 - Culture and arts
  • Section 12 - Malay government pedigree ago
  • Section 13 - Types Of Sport
  • Section 14 (City Centre) - the areas of corporate
  • Section 15 - Hand tools
  • Section 16 - Tin mining
  • Section 17 - The type of fish
  • Section 18 - Plants in coastal areas
  • Section 19 - Type of employment in coastal areas
  • Section 20 - Types of animals
  • Section 21 (Cemeteries) - graveyard
  • Section 22 - The enterprise
  • Section 23 - The enterprise
  • Section 24 - Types of vegetables
  • Section 25 (Taman Sri Muda) - values
  • Section 26 - The district and the name of the place in Selangor
  • Sections 27 and 28 (Taman Alam Megah) - Name places around Banting and Gombak
  • Sections 29 and 30 (Jalan Kebun) - Name of the leaders of the roads in Jalan Kebun (Ketua Lorong)
  • Section 31 (Kota Kemuning) - Official Flower orchid in Shah Alam
  • Section 32 (Bukit Rimau) - Rivers in Selangor
  • Section 33 - Types of musical instruments
  • Section 34 - The car parts
  • Section 35 (Alam Impian) - Arts and culture
  • Section U2 (Taman TTDI Jaya) - Literature
  • Section U5 (township, Subang mahsing) - universe
  • Section U6 (Earrings) - Type of tree
  • Section U7 (RMAF)
  • Section U9
  • Section U10 (Alam Budiman & Puncak Perdana) - Islands in Selangor
  • Section U11 (Bukit Bandaraya) - there are mountains in Selangor
  • Section U12 (Desa Alam & Cahaya Alam) - Type of Herbal Plants

All roads in the city has a street name sign is displayed in English with the two characters of Rumi and Jawi.

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