The State of Selangor is blessed with a broad variety of cultures, traditions, languages, historical artefacts, and delicious cuisine. The largest seaport and airport in Malaysia are located in Selangor, the most developed State in Malaysia, which also has some of the best communications and infrastructure in the country.
Selangor, which is located on the west coast of the Peninsula, is surrounded by the Straits of Malacca, Perak, Pahang, and Negeri Sembilan. It entirely encircles Putrajaya and Kuala Lumpur, taking up an area of 8,000 sq. km. The Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and KLIA2 are the primary air gateways into Malaysia via Selangor. Port Klang, the largest port in the nation, serves as the primary logistical and trade centre.
On February 1st, 1974, Gombak was established alongside the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur. Gombak, the third-smallest district in Selangor, with a land area of 65,008 hectares and is hilly in the east, north, and west while being primarily lowland in the middle. The Sungai Gombak, Sungai Klang, and Sungai Batu rivers are the principal ones that pass through. Gombak is divided into five villages and sub-districts, with Rawang Sub-District I being the largest. These are followed in size by Rawang Sub-District II, Batu, Setapak, and Hulu Klang.
Klang was a component of the colonial Sri Vijaya and Majapahit regimes and existed before Malacca. The word “klong,” which in Mon-Khmer meant “warehouse,” is where the name came from. Klang only started to gain importance after Kuala Selangor started to wane after Sultan Muhammad’s death in 1857. Klang was selected as Selangor’s capital city in 1875, but Kuala Lumpur eventually took Klang’s place.
In Klang, have company called Nihon Parkerizing Malaysia specialises in surface modification technologies. Surface treatment chemicals, rolling lubricants, plate coil heat exchangers, ionics equipment, plasma electrolytic oxidation, weather coating, composite plating, salt bath nitriding, salt bath carburizing, austemper treatment general waste water treatment equipment, de-cyammo treatment equipment, formalin cut treatment equipment, and heat exchanger resistant to nitric and hydrofluoric acid are all included in the company’s product portfolio. Safety windows, paint sludge recovery systems, formalin fixation solution production equipment, rust proofing treatments, and metal hardening treatments are further services offered by the business. Nihon Parkerizing Malaysia sells its goods to the automobile, transportation, electrical appliance, beverage can, building equipment, and building materials industries.
The newest district in the state is Sepang, which is situated in Selangor’s south. Viewed from above, Sepang’s shape resembles the hilt of a keris, and it shares boundaries with Hulu Langat, Kuala Langat, and Petaling (a traditional Malay dagger). According to its early history, the Sepang trees that grew nearby gave the place its name. Three well-known locations in this area are the Sepang International Circuit, KLIA2, and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).
4. Kuala Selangor
Three tales served as the foundation for Kuala Selangor: the discovery of the mentangau plant on the coasts; the story of the Langau and a travelling warrior; and, finally, the salang and jemur incident, which describes how traitors were formerly punished.
The name Kuala Selangor was then given as a result of the city’s proximity to a river estuary. According to legend, the name “Selangor” (Kuala Selangor) has been around since the beginning of the 15th century.
The Dutch invaded the Malawati City, which is today called Bukit Malawati, in July 1784. The Dutch were driven out in just one night in January 1785. The assault, which started after the evening prayers, succeeded in securing Bukit Malawati before dawn.
5. Kuala Langat
The location of Kuala Langat at the Sungai Langat estuary is where the name came from. In Minangkabau, the term “air hangat” refers to lukewarm water. The water at the river’s mouth was consistently warm, according to the early traders who utilised it as a trade route. Some claim that the selangat fish harvested from this river helped to justify the name.
Beautiful beaches like Kelanang and Morib can be found in the Kuala Langat district. While you’re here, spend a night or two at the Gold Coast Morib International Resort, where you may relax by the beach or at the water park.