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Setiawangsa LRT station, aerial view
Setiawangsa LRT station, aerial view
StateFederal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
 • Local AuthorityDewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur
 • MayorNor Hisham Ahmad Dahlan
Time zoneUTC+8 (MST)
Dialling code+603

Setiawangsa is an eastern suburb in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, located less than 4 kilometres from the city centre and located right next to Ampang.

Puncak Setiawangsa and Bukit Setiawangsa is a neighbourhood positioned high up on the hills in the midst of a quiet surrounding, just minutes away from the hurly-burly of the city centre. Setiawangsa caters to some Malaysians and expatriates. Bukit Setiawangsa/Setiawangsa Heights is dubbed as the Hollywood Hills of Kuala Lumpur.

The lists of tenants here is changing daily, due possibly to the easier traffic flow (helped by the new Duta–Ulu Klang Expressway (DUKE)), competitive rentals and accessibility between KL, Petaling Jaya and other suburbs. Firms such as Texas Instruments, I & P, Right Balance Group, Fidin Universal, Tanjung and RB Helicopters all have their operational bases in Setiawangsa. Japanese retailer JUSCO also has one outlet operating here in AU2 since 2008.[1]

Setiawangsa's parliamentary constituency is currently led by Nik Nazmi of PKR.


SK Setiawangsa is classified as Top Performance School in Kuala Lumpur.[2] Before admitted to the school for standard 1, the applicants need seat for examination to select the best student.

Additionally, secondary school SMK Taman Setiawangsa is located in Setiawangsa hill and DUKE. Alumni of the school include rapper and actor Juzzthin and filmmaker and actor Pierre Andre.


Public transport[edit]

Setiawangsa is served by the station of the same name ( KJ5 ) on the Kelana Jaya Line.


The last entry route to Setiawangsa/AU2 area is the MRR2 Jkr-ft28.png. The DUKE E33 which connects Setiawangsa to Segambut/Mont Kiara, starts here.


  1. ^ "Store Locations". AEON RETAIL MALAYSIA. Retrieved 29 March 2013.
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Coordinates: 3°11′07″N 101°44′47″E / 3.1852515°N 101.7464635°E / 3.1852515; 101.7464635