Saturday, 20 September 2008

In the Name of Developments

There are so many constructions on-going in Subang Jaya. Not only building, we have 3-tiered flyover construction, and the hot topic being discussed with the residents now is the Light Rapid Transit train expansion into our area. I wonder when this would stop!

As you can see from this photo, it's almost dusk. Yet, the cranes and construction workers were still at work. They are building some high-end condominiums and probably rushing work in order to keep to their deadline.

The signage of Sime Darby is prominent here. This is the company that developed and built Subang Jaya. Subang Jaya was previously an oil palm plantation, near to Subang Airport.
Not many people wanted to move here as it was considered an outskirt and the noise pollution caused by aeroplanes landing and take-off. In less than 30 years, Subang Jaya has turned into a suburb, well-known for its higher education institutions and dynamic residents.

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