The MBPJ Tower stands 27 storeys tall in the heart of the city centre, towering high about the surrounding shops and buildings. Being one of the city's first sky scrapers, the tower covers a floor area of over 160,000 square feet and was officially opened by Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah - the late Sultan of Selangor - in March 1987. The tower also acts as the headquarters of the local city council of Petaling Jaya and houses a number of commercial facilities. It is a major city landmark and is considered to be an icon and symbol of modern Petaling Jaya. Facilities include a 4 storey car park and an open plan cafeteria area. High speed broadband internet access is also available.
The council functions during normal working hours
10 – 15 minutes
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults
The architecture of the building and its facilities
Though a designated prayer room might not be available for outside visitors, it is possible to enquire for a private area that can be used during prayer times. Mosques in the vicinity of the city include the Sultan Abdul Aziz Jame Mosque and the Masjid KampungTunku.
It is recommended that you confirm with the cafeteria about the availability of Halal food. Plentiful Halal food options are also available outside the MBPJ tower in Petaling Jaya such as the SaleroNegori, RestoranJaring, DesaPaku and The Street Café.