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Selangor State Government commemorative silver plate

Updated at 2024-02-23

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The arch on the plate in the image is Malaysia’s biggest arch, Kota Darul Ehsan. The history of this arch dates to 1974, when the then-sultan of Selangor agreed to cede territory to form a new federal territory, which became Kuala Lumpur. To thank him, the Malaysian federal government constructed this arch on a federal route at the border between the federal territory of Kuala Lumpur and the state of Selangor. Kota Darul Ehsan is made from marble, and the design incorporates architectural elements of Sultan Abdul Samad Building (Government Offices) and Istana Negara. The arch is an important structure that bore witness to the political development of Malaysia’s federal government.

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Name
Selangor State Government commemorative silver plate
Giver
Datuk Teng Chang Khim Executive Councilor Selangor State Government
Friendly States
Malaysia
City
Selangor

Area: 8,104 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 7,210,000 people
Main Industries/Features: The commercial, industrial, and service industries are Selangor's main economic activities. Several of Malaysia's major industrial zones are located in Selangor, and primarily manufacture electronics, chemicals, and cars. Proton and Perodua both have a presence there. Imported vehicles, including those from Toyota, Nissan, Volkswagen, BMW, Porsche, and Volvo, are assembled in Selangor. Selangor accounted for 25.5 percent of Malaysia's GDP in 2022. Selangor is Malaysia's most developed state, and has good infrastructure such as highways and transport. It is also Malaysia's most populous state. The standard of living is high, and it has the lowest poverty rate in the country.

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Metal
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