Malawati Stadium

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Malawati Stadium
Stadium Malawati
LocationShah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
OwnerGovernment of Malaysia
OperatorShah Alam City Council
Capacity13,000[1]
Field size50 × 50 meters[1]
Construction
Built1992-1996[2]
Opened12 May 1998[1]

Malawati Stadium (Malay: Stadium Malawati) is an indoor arena located in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.The stadium is located beside the Shah Alam Stadium. The stadium has a maximum seated capacity of 13,000 and is capable of housing different events including sports events, warehouse sales, concerts, exhibitions and talks in its fully air conditioned 50 × 50 meters square arena.[3][1]

History[edit]

On 12 May 1998, the stadium was officially opened by Sultan Salahuddin of Selangor.[1] On 1 January 2001, the Shah Alam City Council began taking charge of the maintenance of the stadium.[1] On 1 April 2005, the stadium's management responsibility was fully transferred to the Shah Alam City Council.[1]

Notable events[edit]

Sport events[edit]

Entertainment events[edit]

Notable tournaments[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Smart Selangor bus SA02 from  KD10  KTM Batu Tiga

References[edit]

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Coordinates: 3°04′48″N 101°32′50″E / 3.0801°N 101.5471°E / 3.0801; 101.5471