One of the few countries Malaysians love travelling to is Japan. Unfortunately, because of the pandemic, many of us cannot venture out into the land of the Rising Sun.
But don’t fret just yet! You can now experience what it’s like to be in Japan without even needing to fly over there. On 12th March, Shah Alam City opened the Selangor-Japan Friendship Garden which is located next to Dataran Kemerdekaan. Also, you don’t have to pay for entry as it is absolutely free!
Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) mayor Datuk Haris Kasim mentioned that the friendship garden was created as a token of appreciation to Japan. The East Asian country remains one of Selangor’s trusting and longest investors.
Kasim also stated, “We hope this garden will become a new focal point for tourists, especially from Japan and local visitors to check out the elements related to Selangor“.
The park measures 2.428 hectares and costs roughly RM3.8…