Pandan Indah

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Pandan Indah (Chinese: 班丹英达) is a major township in Ampang, Selangor, Malaysia. It is located between Ampang proper and Cheras.

Pandan Indah has the basic facilities of a modern Malaysian township - it has a police station, a fire station, a primary and a secondary school and two neighbourhood malls - Pandan Kapital and Mid-Point Shopping Complex.

Facilities[edit]

Education[edit]

Transport[edit]

Public transport[edit]

Though named as such, the  AG5  Pandan Indah LRT station does not directly serve Pandan Indah. The  AG6  Cempaka station is much closer.

Car[edit]

Pandan Indah is well connected with other towns in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur. The MRR2 28 runs through the western flank of Pandan Indah, linking it with Ampang, Ulu Klang as well as Cheras and Sri Petaling. Also, the extension of the Besraya Expressway E9 which opened in July 2014 reduced travelling time from Ampang and Pandan Indah districts to downtown Kuala Lumpur, Sungai Besi and Petaling Jaya.

Politics[edit]

Pandan Indah is part of the Pandan parliamentary constituency, currently represented by Rafizi Ramli of PKR.

On the state level, Pandan Indah straddles two state seats - Cempaka and Teratai. Following a 2016 re-delineation exercise, Pandan Indah is set to become its own state constituency, succeeding the current Cempaka state constituency.[1]

Coordinates: 3°07′49″N 101°45′01″E / 3.1303785°N 101.750312°E / 3.1303785; 101.750312

References[edit]

  1. ^ "SELANGOR (DUN)". dart.bersih,org. Retrieved 30 December 2016.