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Selangor

Selangor is one of the 13 states of Malaysia on the west coast of the Peninsular and is bordered by Perak to the north, Pahang to the east, and Negeri Sembilan to the south. The federal territories of Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, which were once under the territorial sovereignty of Selangor. The capital city of Selangor is Shah Alam. This state has the largest population in the country which means it is well developed with good infrastructure such as highways and public transportation to accommodate its population with a respectable standard of living. Its ethnic composition is largely made up of Malays, followed by Chinese, Indians, and other minority ethnic groups. The state is well stocked with an abundance of public amenities and facilities to serve and accommodate its people. Residents can choose from a wide array of shopping malls, banks, financial and educational institutions, petrol stations, restaurants and cafes. The property market in Selangor is huge with promises of high return on investments. Major commercial developments include office towers, shopping malls, shop-office space, and industrial lots. An equally wide range of residential properties make up the landscape of the state, including terrace homes, semi-detached units, bungalows, serviced apartments, low-cost flats, and luxury condominiums. The crime rate in Selangor, however, is a major concern to residents. The level of crime is very high, with the crimes committed increasing over the years. Violent crimes involve armed robberies and assaults, and petty crimes such as vandalism and thefts. Selangor is a well-established state with many well-developed neighbourhoods and townships within its boundaries. Each area will have LRT stations, taxi stands, and bus stations that residents can use to move from one place to another. However, with the speed that the state is developing, traffic becomes an issue as there will be more people choosing to buy properties and purchase office spaces. This will lead to an influx of vehicles and traffic becomes congested. Despite having a chain of highways and expressways servicing the state, traffic during rush hour is always a problem. According to news reports, a high-level committee led by Selangor Menteri Besar Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim plans to set up ways to boost the usage of public transportation in the state to reduce the number of vehicles on the road and reduce the level of traffic congestion.

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