Population: 311,785 Malaysia

Living in Kajang, Malaysia:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Kajang, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Kajang what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Kajang is quiet town where a lot of its residents work outside the town usually in Kuala Lumpur area. We will expect high volume of traffic during peak hours. One of the famous night activities has skewer as our late supper. This small town has in fact developed so much for the past couple years with a new public transport system integrated which allows easier access into and out of the town. For next couple of years we are expecting more industries to developed as nearby towns are launching more and more factories and jobs.

Our city is pretty much a small town community. It is mostly made up of university students attending the nearby university and family residents. Most houses here are rented properties aimed specifically at these students. There are also many shops in the immediate vicinity that cater to food and daily needs.

Overshadowed by the sprawling city of Kuala Lumpur, Kajang is often neglected and forgotten in the minds of many. However, it still has the same diversity that can be found throughout Malaysia: different ethnicities and cultures blend together as one, creating a melting pot of scrumptious food and vibrant festivals, among others. the community is welcoming and friendly, so no one should have any trouble fitting in.

Biaoli, says: 2020

If you are hoping to get to your working place conveniently, you need to find a place that is near the train station or buy a car, as Malaysia’s public transport is not very mature, so it might be a problem in traveling to places that you want. you will need to pay attention to the races here, as there will be some prohibition for different races.

Kajang is an old city. One will get an apartment easily and the living cost is affordable. The transportation system is good. One will find groceries, mega shops easily. Metro train is available. fresh sea fish, meat, vegetables and other necessary things are cheap. Hotels are also found a cheap rate.

It’s important to know how much one will in your new city, so research housing, transportation, healthcare, and food prices to create a realistic budget. Next, look into jobs in the city and start applying before moving. Before choosing a neighborhood to live in, find out what areas are residential and commercial, whether certain neighborhoods are considered dangerous, and which areas have the kinds of features you’re interested in.

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