Kajang is a mukim, a state constituency and the largest town of Hulu Langat District, Selangor, Malaysia. The current locational gravity of growth in Kajang would be Sungai Chua. The total population of Kajang has grown rapidly in the past few years, with estimated population growth of 9% per annum. As of 2004, a few townships have been developed in Kajang, such as Taman Prima Saujana, Sungai Chua, Taman Kajang Perdana (Kajang Highlands). Lately, many high-end developments has mushroomed in Kajang such as Twin Palms, Sri Banyan, Country Heights, Jade Hills, TTDI Groove, Tropicana Heights and Prima Paramount. Areas surrounding these new townships are easily accessible via the SILK Expressway. Kajang is governed by the Majlis Perbandaran Kajang.
The centre of Kajang is the bustling Old Town, where all the roads meet. Most of the colonial-era buildings were constructed around the 1920s to 1930s. The architecture of these shop houses is a combination of traditional Chinese and European designs. The ground floor was used mostly for commercial activities and the upper floor as the family living quarter. One of Kajang's landmarks is Stadium Kajang which is situated in the heart of the town. The stadium can accommodate up to 5,000 people and is used throughout the year for the community soccer competitions. Another landmark is the Kajang Mosque Jamek, which is easily recognisable by its bright yellow facade. The MRT (Mass Rapid Transport) run across Kajang Town all the way from Sungai Buloh and Kuala Lumpur is another distinctive landmark visible for directions.
If you are traveling by air, nearest airport is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (IATA: KUL, ICAO: WMKK) is an international airport, which located in Sepang, Selangor. Both terminals, KLIA and KLIA2 airport are located about 40 minutes from Kajang.
From KL Sentral station, take a train on KTM line toward Seremban station. Kajang station is just 6 stops from KL Sentral. The station is located approximately 1.5 km south of Kajang Stadium. The new MRT connected Sungai Buloh to Kajang via Kuala lumpur.
As with major cities in Selangor, Kajang is very well connected through networks of highways. If you're coming from the northern area (e.g. from Kuala Lumpur), it is accessible via North-South Expressway through Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Expressway or alternatively via Cheras-Kajang Highway. From the south (e.g. Seremban), it is accessible via PLUS South and Kajang-Seremban Expressway. Meanwhile, if you're coming from the west (e.g Shah Alam, Puchong), the most prominent highways are Damansara-Puchong Highway and East-West Link Expressway through Federal Highway.
No one should step into the town and not give the original satay Kajang a try. Among the top restaurants serving Kajang’s best eksport is Haji Samuri Sate Restaurant. It started out in the 1960s as a small stall and now occupies an entire two floor building next to the stadium with another 19 outlets nationwide.
Oriental Crystal Hotel is midway between the KL International Airport in Sepang and the vibrant Kuala Lumpur City Centre; Malaysia's administrative capital Putrajaya in next door and Cyberjaya Multimedia Super Corridor is a 15 minutes drive away. Oriental Crystal Hotel, the new landmark in Kajang Selangor Darul Ehsan. Oriental Crystal Hotel is proud to offer 173 rooms and suites of impeccable standard, incorporating an elegance beyond the norm of other luxurious new town hotels. The Suite Rooms command a panoramic view of the Kajang hills and city landscape. Pool Garden is located at the recreational area at the 4th floor alongside our landscaped tropical gardens and swimming pool. Offering a panoramic view of the Kajang skyline while guests relax at the pool terrace.