Old Klang Road (Jalan Klang Lama) is the oldest and the first major road in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It was built before the Federal Highway was built in 1965. The road was constructed by the Federation of Malaya government from 1956 to 1959.
Jalan Klang Lama is about 11km and started from Seputeh, Kuala Lumpur and ended at PJS 8, Petaling Jaya.
Located strategically between Petaling Jaya, Selangor and KL City Centre, access is a breeze as Old Klang road is linked to other parts of Klang Valley via the
Also, there is a toll-free road linking Old Klang Road to :-
However, traffic is a major concern along Old Klang Road during peak times. Traffic congestion is bound to happen because residential and commercial development in this area and Old Klang Road is a major intersection between cities.
Being one of the oldest road in Klang Valley, the area has evolved into a mature and self sufficient township with a well integrated public transportation system in the form of bus routes and train services.
The only train station in Old Klang road is Mid Valley KTM Station.
But, there are many train stations along/walking distance to Old Klang Road such as Petaling KTM Station, Jalan Templer KTM Station, Kampung Dato Harun KTM Station, Seri Setia KTM Station and Setia Jaya KTM Station.
Taman Desa Medical Centre is just off Old Klang Road. Because Old Klang Road. is connected to other major highway, UMMC, UMSC, Pantai Hospital Bangsar, Assunta Hospital is reachable within 15minutes.
A wide choice of eateries from Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Western, Thai, Vegetarian cuisine can be found in Old Klang Road. A fine mix of traditional restaurant, modern cafe, and pubs scaterred all around.
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