|Posted on||:||12 Jan 2017|
|Edited on||:||12 January 2017 (15:50)|
|Category||:||Shop / Office / Retail Space|
REFURBISHED 4 Storey Shoplot with LIFT at KLSC Wangsa Maju, Kuala Lumpur
Wangsa Maju is a major township in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This area is surrounded by Setapak and Gombak.
The area was carved out of Setiawangsa Parliementary seat (P115) in 2004, resulting an independent Wangsa Maju Parliementary seat (P116). The area was represented by Datuk Yew Teong Loke (MCA) in 2004. In 2008 he lost to Wee Chee Keong (PKR) by merely 151 votes.
In the most recent general election, Wangsa Maju was won by Datuk Dr Tan Kee Kwong (PKR/ex-Gerakan) in 2008 beating Datuk Shafie Abdullah (UMNO) by 5,511 votes.
Wangsa Maju in recent years has seen a lot of development, transforming this once traditional Chinese-majority township into a bustling urban areas with more and more high rise buildings being built to cater the increasing population. Although it's a relatively small area (only 65k+ voters) compared to its neighbouring Setiawangsa and Gombak, it has a very high concentration of Chinese temples and cultural activities taking place at all time. For example, there are usually over 10 'getai' or mega fest organised for Hungry Ghost Festival celebration in the 7th month of Chinese calendar.