Subang Jaya is the nearest residential town from the hub.
Subang Jaya has a population of over 1,000,000 people. Over the years, Subang Jaya has matured into a community well-provided with amenities. The township has numerous schools, colleges, a hospital, places of worship, and vibrant commercial areas.
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
The Sunway Lagoon Theme Park officially opened on April 29, 1993 by then Prime Minister YAB Dato' Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad. Sunway Lagoon is Malaysia's Premier Theme Park and has become the most visited tourist destination in the country.
Sunway Lagoon is strategically located in the township of Bandar Sunway in Petaling Jaya. Spanning at 80 acres, the Lagoon draws fun seekers from all over with its reputation as a fascinating land of fun and excitement.
Sunway Lagoon is separated into 3 major themed lands, wet, dry and extreme, with each boasting their own exciting attractions. You can find entertainment, adventure and excitement all in place.
Sunway Lagoon, being part of Malaysia's first fully-integrated themed resort - Sunway Lagoon Resort, offers visitors the conveniece of a 5-star hotel, a grand shopping mall right next door and other ultra-modern facilities.
Sunway Petting Zoo
Sunway Petting Zoo is the Malaysia's biggest petting zoo located at Bandar Sunway's Extreme Park.
In the zoo, you get to use all your senses to see, to listen, to smell and feel the animals. The entrance fee for adult and children are RM22 and RM16 respectively. The zoo will be open everyday except on Tuesday.
For more information, please call for assistance: (603) 56358000 ext 106 & 131
Sunway Extreme Park
Sunway Extreme Park is Malaysia's first and only theme park dedicated to motorized and outdoor adventure sports within a place for all outdoor and adrenalin-seeking visitors!
The huge park features an assortment of thrills and heart pumping adventures like Go-Karting, All Terrain Vehicle (ATV), Dirt karts, Jet-skiing, Wake-boarding, Fly-fishing, Paintball, Futsal, Scuba Diving, Angling, and Café to meet your every extreme needs. The park also has a golf driving range which caters to a more laid-back recreation. Besides, the range is also facilitated with a teaching academy to sharpen your driving and putting skills.
The Sunway Extreme Park is poised to become the leading outdoor activity hub in Malaysia, drawing in Malaysian visitors as well as foreigners. The park is definitely a place for family to experience fun, excitement and adventure all in one place!
A shopping complex, Subang Parade and the hypermarket chain Carrefour serve Subang Jaya. The department store Parkson is situated in Subang Parade. The SS15 area also serves as the town's commercial centre and has recently developed a series of pedestrian malls.
Subang Parade is the first shopping complex in Subang Jaya. It was constructed between 1987 and 1988.
In April 2006, Subang Parade was refurbished and has a white theme to reflect a new image. Close to the complex is the main mosque of Subang Jaya, Masjid Darul Ehsan. Situated beside this complex is Carrefour and the Subang Jaya Komuter station. It is the best among the shopping malls in Malaysia, it consists of items like foods and beverages, clothing, groceries and many more.
Sunway Pyramid is a distinctive retail landmark located in the heart of Petaling Jaya. It was opened in July 1997 as Malaysia's first themed shopping and entertainment mall.
One of the mall's most easily recognised designs is the Egyptian-inspired Pyramid with a lion "standing guard" at the entrance. Sunway Pyramid is also one of the only shopping malls in Malaysia to have an indoor ice skating rink.
The new wing of Sunway Pyramid, called the Pyramid 2 (or P-2), was opened in 2007. It is open to newer retailers such as Jusco, Giant, Harvey Norman and so on. Expansion of the parking area to nearly 8 floors makes this place popular with tourists, local and foreign alike. It also plays host to many exclusive boutiques.
Food & Beverages
The most popular place to look for food in Subang Jaya is at SS15. It is strategically located in the heart of Subang Jaya with easy access to banks, legal departments, colleges and offices.
Variety of foods such as Chinese, Western, vegetarian, Nyonya, Malay, Hakka, seafood and desserts can be found in this multi-cultured place. You can also find assortment of food under one roof at these convenient food courts. One of the popular places to hang out for food and entertainment (pool, snookers, futsal and cyber café) is at:
Asia Café (Opposite INTI University College)
SS15, Subang Jaya
With a variety of culture, ‘mamak’ is famous in Subang as people (especially youngsters) like to hang out till late night at their favourite mamak stall/restaurant to catch-up with friends or to watch football over a plate of nice hot nasi lemak and teh tarik. Few of the famous mamak places in Subang are:
SS 14, Subang Jaya, Selangor
No 74, Jalan SS 14/1, Subang Jaya
Tel: 03 5637 3254
SS15, Subang Jaya, Selangor
21-23, Jalan SS15/4B, 47500 Subang Jaya
To cater to the majority here, Chinese cuisine ranges from Cantonese to Hainanese to Hokkien to Szechuan cooking. To enjoy it with friends, try a plate of hot fried mee, Cantonese mee, or Kungfu chow at any Chinese stall. To enjoy it with a touch of luxury, try a five or ten-course Chinese meal at one of the restaurants or hotels in town.
Tai Thong Imperial China Restaurant (Subang Jaya)
3-2, Jaya Square, No.7343, Jalan SS17/1 Subang Jaya.
Tel: 03 – 56361266
Ampang Yong Tau Foo
USJ 10 (Taipan), USJ (UEP Subang Jaya), Selangor
Restoran Onn Kee Dim Sum
USJ (UEP Subang Jaya), Selangor
No 93 & 95, USJ 21/10, 47630 Subang Jaya, Selangor
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