Kajang is a peaceful town situated in Selangor and acts as the district capital of Hulu Langat. It is only 21 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur.
Kajang is renowned for its delectable selection of satay, earning it the nickname of "Satay Town" due to the sheer abundance of satay outlets in the city. It is conveniently connected to the rest of the Klang Valley by the SILK Expressway, and boasts a wide range of Muslim-friendly amenities.
The main draw of Kajang is the Old Town. Visitors can explore the Old Town neighborhood on foot to see the historic buildings, hopping markets, and energetic way of life of the residents. The majority of the historic structures in the Old Town combine elements of Chinese and European design.
There are several sophisticated shopping malls and shopping complexes in Kajang. The town also has a variety of night markets, which are popular places to haggle and buy regional goods and souvenirs. Billion Shopping Center, Metro Kajang, Metro Point, and Kota Kajang are a few well-known shopping centers in Kajang.
The nearest airport to Kajang is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
The airport is around 52.8km from Kajang. Visitors can take buses or taxis from the airport to Kajang. There are also trains available from the KL Sentral station to Kajang.
There are several halal restaurants in Kajang. Some good Muslim-friendly restaurants to dine in Kajang are Homst Restaurant, Restoran Haji Sharin Low Bangi, Sate Kajang Haji Samuri, Restoran Yati Ayam Percik, Nyok Lan Kajang Satay, etc.
There are quite a number of mosques in Kajang, the most prominent being the Kajang Mosque or Masjid Kajang. Other mosques in Kajang include Masjid Jamek Al Falah and Masjid Jame' Mat Saman, Sungai Ramal.