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11 Facts About Subang Jaya
Development on Subang Jaya began on 21 February 1976 and was concluded in 1988 by Sime UEP Properties Berhad, the property development arm of the Malaysian conglomerate Sime Darby.
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In 1997, Subang Jaya received the status of a municipality, elevating the Petaling District Council to Subang Jaya Municipal Council.
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Since 2013, the Dewan Rakyat parliamentary constituency of Subang is represented by Wong Chen of the Pakatan Harapan-People's Justice Party while the Selangor State Assembly seat of Subang Jaya is represented by Michelle Ng Mei Sze from the Pakatan Harapan-Democratic Action Party .
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Subang Jaya is renowned as a light industrial hub in the Klang Valley.
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Jalan Kemajuan Subang Jaya facing Northwest at the three-way intersection near Subang Jaya Parade.
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Subang Jaya is well known as a higher-education hub, comprising many large international private colleges and universities.
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Under the 9th Malaysian Plan, Subang Jaya has its first public health clinic called the 1 Malaysia Healthcare located in Taman Subang Mewah area of USJ 1.
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Presently, there are three large mixed commercial projects under development in Subang Jaya which are SJCC Subang, SJ7 Trans-City and Tropicana Metropark.
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Subang Jaya is well-connected to the cities of Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam and the townships of Petaling Jaya such as Ara Damansara, Kota Damansara, Bandar Utama, Damansara Utama and Mutiara Damansara via a network of major highways, namely the Federal Highway, Shah Alam Expressway, NKVE, NPE, North South Expressway and LDP.
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