The Kuala Lumpur and its conurbation (KLC) – Shopping at your area

Surrounding Kuala Lumpur, there are different districts, such as Petaling Jaya, Cheras, and Puchong, the borders are distinctive, and to most people’s understanding they are part of Kuala Lumpur.

A more appropriate term of reference for Kuala Lumpur’s and that sub-national context is the Kuala Lumpur and its conurbation (KLC). The KLC refers to the entire Klang Valley region as originally defined by the Klang Valley Study (1972) together with much of the Kuala Langat district and the remaining part of the Sepang district where the KLIA is located.

It covers a total area of approximately 4,000 square kilometers, which is about 40 percent larger than the size of the Klang Valley Region of 2,843 square kilometers.

There are famous shopping malls in KLC for those who live in other district, such as the Ikano Power Centre, the only one-stop home-furnishing shop in the entire KLC in Demansara, giant Sunway Pyramid in Subang Jaya and one of the biggest shopping mall in south east Asia Mid Valley Mega Mall in between Kuala Lumpur and Bangsar.