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Rawang is a town of Gombak district in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. Rawang has shown a tremendous growth since the PLUS North South Highway was opened on the mid-1990s. To reach the town centre, one must drive about 25 minutes (during non-peak hours) from Kuala Lumpur city centre by using PLUS North South Highway.

On the trunk road, passengers are able to see Templer's Park, Hutan Lipur Sg. Kanching, and the Commonwealth Forest Park. These are all forest reserves and are hot spots for jungle trekking and camping. The trees along the roads at Templer's park has been cleared for the construction of more houses and the slopes are left bare with much erosion. The trunk road from Templer's Park to Bandar Baru Selayang is now widened into a second lane.

Rawang was the capital of Gombak until year 1997. The district Magistrate subordinate Court and the District Police Headquarters (IPD) were moved away to Selayang from Rawang in the 1990s.

Rawang is currently experiencing steep development. Many new shops and houses are being constructed. In 2006, a new central market was opened in Bandar Baru Rawang in order to meet the increasing demand from the population. There are number of shopping centers in Rawang which includes Tesco, Parkson, AEON and Giant. KPJ Specialist Rawang is already in operation to serve the resident in Rawang. Another latest development in Rawang is The Reef Business Center next to Tesco Rawang, among major tenant occupying this area are Maybank, Morinda Tahitian Noni, QB Worldwide and Ali Maju chain of restaurant.

It is also home to many housing areas, such as Rawang Putra, Taman Bukit Rawang, Rawang Perdana, Taman Tun Teja, Taman Jati and Taman Bersatu. Lake Club Parkhomes is a new upscale neighborhoods with guarded and gated to provide the safest hospitality for the residents.

The Rawang train station, which is located in the middle of the old town area, is a major stop for KTM Intercity trains, notably Ekspres Langkawi. It is also the northern terminus for the Rawang-Seremban line on the KTM Komuter, which is also served by the Rawang-Kuala Kubu Bharu Shuttle Route. A new and much bigger bus station located in the centre of the new town area was completed recently.



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