Ampang District

Ampang District was a district in Malaysia that was split into sections, with Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and the state of Selangor each taking a part.[citation needed]

AdministrationEdit

Initially under Selangor jurisdiction, the district was split following the declaration of Kuala Lumpur as a Federal Territory in 1974. The township of Ampang is located in the Federal Territory side and is an eastern suburb of Kuala Lumpur. The district is now divided into two parts:

The district was adjacent to Cheras, Kuala Lumpur and northeast of the Kuala Lumpur Central Business District.

DemographicsEdit

In 1880, the face of the settlement was drastically altered when the British decided to move their capital of the Federated Malay States inland from Klang, and declared the neighbouring city of Kuala Lumpur to be the new capital.[citation needed] Malays are the largest ethnicity in the Ampang area with 52% of the total population, followed by those of Chinese ancestry at 28%. The smallest racial group is Indian at 20%.[citation needed]

The original "kampongs" (unimproved village structures) of the area were eventually replaced by brick buildings sporting tile roofs, of a standardized shop-house design. Plots were regulated with wider streets between them and "sanitary lanes" behind them. The streets and roads were surfaced with locally found laterite gravel.[citation needed]

SalaryEdit

Approximately 70% of the residents of Ampang have monthly salaries at or above RM3,000 (Ringgit Malaysia), 10% have monthly salaries in the range of RM1000 to RM2999, with the remaining 20% earning RM1000 or less per month.[citation needed]

Public Facilities and PlacesEdit

Mall, Hypermarket and Supermarket

Type Mall / Hypermarket Name
Ampang, Selangor
Shopping Mall Ampang Point
Melawati Mall
Spectrum Mall
Galaxy Ampang
Axis Pandan
Pandan Kapital
Ampang, Kuala Lumpur AEON Mall AU2
Datum Jelatek U/C
Ampang, Selangor Hypermarket
AEON BiG Ampang
Lotus's Ampang
Giant Hypermarket Spectrum
Giant Superstore Pandan Kapital
Giant Superstore Ulu Klang
Supermarket The Store MidPoint
The Store Paragon Point
Giant Supermarket Ampang Point
Giant Supermarket Bukit Antarabangsa
HeroMarket Taman Dagang
HeroMarket Taman Melawati
Village Grocer Melawati Mall
Ampang, Kuala Lumpur Village Grocer M City
Selections Groceries G Village

Recreation

  • Taman Tasik Ampang Hilir (Ampang, Kuala Lumpur)
  • Laman Rekreasi Tasik Tambahan
  • Taman Bandar Taman Kosas
  • Taman Rekreasi Bukit Indah

LRT Station

Code Station Name
3 Ampang  AG18  Ampang LRT Station
 AG17  Cahaya LRT Station
 AG16  Cempaka LRT Station
 AG15  Pandan Indah LRT Station
 AG14  Pandan Jaya LRT Station
5 Kelana Jaya  KJ05  Setiawangsa LRT Station
 KJ06  Jelatek LRT Station

Highways

Code Highway Name Connects
  Besraya Expressway (BESRAYA) Sungai Besi - MRR2 (Pandan Jaya)
Shamelin - Pandan Indah
  Ampang-Kuala Lumpur Elevated Highway (AKLEH) Ampang - Kuala Lumpur
  Sungai Besi-Ulu Klang Elevated Expressway (SUKE)
(Under Construction)
Sungai Besi,   KESAS - Ulu Klang
  East Klang Valley Expressway (EKVE)
(Under Construction)
Kajang,   Kajang SILK - Ulu Klang
  Duta-Ulu Klang Expressway (DUKE) Jalan Duta,   PLUS - Ulu Klang
  Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) Bandar Sri Damansara - Sri Petaling,   KESAS

Hospital

  • Hospital Ampang
  • KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital
  • Pantai Hospital
  • Gleneagles Hospital

Places of Interest and Focus

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