In 1957 , Malaysia developed quickly after its self-administration under its second Prime Minister of Malaysia, Allahyarham Tun Abdul Razak Hussein.
Shah Alam was noted for its adaptable and oil palm homes and once known as Sungai Renggam.
A while later, a comparative zone was perceived as Batu Tiga going before Malaysian self-sufficiency and has been a point of convergence of flexible and palm oil trade for a significantly long time.
The Sungai Renggam Plantation was saved for the change of a township by the Selangor government in 1963, and under the proposition of Vlado Antolic, a town organizing guide from the United Nations picked the present site purposely arranged between Kuala Lumpur and Port Klang.
Currency: Ringgits - MYR Pincode of Shah Alam: 40612 Language : Japanese, English, Malaysian Weather: Summer 26°C to 33°C Winter 33°C to 24°C