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Your guide to Subang Jaya
All About Subang Jaya
Subang Jaya is a lively, modern city located a half-hour southwest of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. There’s plenty to keep you busy here, including theme parks and go-kart tracks, restaurants serving up a wide variety of cuisines, and coffee shops and eateries that are open well past midnight. If shopping is your idea of excitement, Subang Jaya is a premier destination with a range of luxury and outlet stores and unique specialty boutiques, including a home-grown denim shop and eco-conscious thrift stores.
The city is also home to art and design galleries where you can admire the work of local makers, and you’ll find a number of late-night music venues. For a bit of nature in the middle of this urban area, Subang Ria Park offers 72 acres of green oasis surrounding a sparkling lake and impressive views of the city.
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Subang Jaya has a tropical climate, and temperatures are generally warm year-round. The hottest and driest months are June through August, while the periods between September through January and March through May can bring significant rainfall. Because of its location between several mountainous valleys, temperatures do not get as hot as in some other parts of Malaysia. And as it can feel chilly after a rainfall, you might want to bring a jacket or sweater.
Consider visiting for annual celebrations of the Chinese New Year, which feature traditional foods and cultural activities for 15 days between January 21 and February 20. In December, you can time your visit to coincide with the Christmas Farmers Market featuring local produce, baked goods, and other Christmas goodies, as well as farm visits and activities for kids.
Top things to do in Subang Jaya
About 30 minutes north of Subang Jaya, you’ll find the Batu Caves, one of the most important Hindu shrines in the world. A 140-foot statue of Lord Morugan, a Hindu deity, stands guard in front of the towering rainbow staircase that leads to the entrance of the caves. Inside, you’ll find shrines, temples, and statues built amongst the natural features of the rock caves, giving this religious sanctuary a magical appearance. Be sure to bring plenty of water for the trek up the nearly 300 stairs, and watch out for monkeys who might try to steal your snacks.
Subang Ria Recreational Park
The oldest and largest recreational park in Subang Jaya, this massive oasis can be found in the center of town and houses a huge lake that is stocked with fish and where otters can occasionally be seen playing. There are several paths for walking or jogging, and there is exercise equipment throughout the area for the public to use. When you’re ready to refuel, there are a couple of restaurants on the edge of the park serving up fresh seafood and halal Chinese dishes.
Sri Subramaniar Temple
You can visit this Hindu temple, close to the downtown, to admire its intricate adornment and feel at ease in its welcoming, peaceful atmosphere. The building’s exterior features an awe-inspiring design with an intricately carved roof. Be sure to dress modestly when you visit the temple, keeping your knees and shoulders covered, and remove your shoes before entering.