Batu Tiga

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Batu Tiga
Batu Tiga is located in Peninsular Malaysia
Batu Tiga
Batu Tiga
Location in Peninsular Malaysia
Batu Tiga is located in Malaysia
Batu Tiga
Batu Tiga
Location in Malaysia
Coordinates: 3°3′52″N 101°35′37″E / 3.06444°N 101.59361°E / 3.06444; 101.59361Coordinates: 3°3′52″N 101°35′37″E / 3.06444°N 101.59361°E / 3.06444; 101.59361
Country Malaysia
State Selangor
 • Administered by Subang Jaya Municipal Council
Time zone MST (UTC+8)

Batu Tiga is a township in Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. It is located at the border between Subang Jaya and Shah Alam. However, it is nearer to Shah Alam than the city centre of Subang Jaya. Subang Hi-Tech in the township serve as one of the most major industrial estates in the Klang Valley as it is near to Shah Alam, Klang and Subang.

Background & Progress[edit]

Batu Tiga is under the jurisdiction of Subang Jaya Municipal Council. The township started off as an industrial estate. It usually mistaken to be located in Shah Alam because previously there are not any road linking to the township directly from Subang Jaya. In 2009, a bridge linking from USJ 3 to the township is completed. Hence, making the township even more strategic as it is before.


Subang Hi-Tech is the main industrial area of Batu Tiga. The headquarters of international Lewré shoe company and many other major telecommunication companies are located there.


Tesco and Giant Hypermarket are located nearby the township in Shah Alam.


The location of Batu Tiga is very strategic. It is accessible through many major expressways such as Elite Highway, NKVE, Federal Highway, KESAS highway and Subang Airport Highway.

It is only a mere 5 km distance from the township to Glenmarie and Shah Alam Stadium. It is a 25 minutes drive from the township to Kuala Lumpur.

For public transport, there is Batu Tiga Komuter station. Foreign workers in the industrial areas usually use the train for transport. It was built to cater traffic in the suburban areas of Shah Alam and Klang.

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