Shah Alam Tourism & Travel Guide

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About Shah Alam

We went to Shah Alam from Brickfields. We decided to visit the gallery first but unfortunately, it was Sunday and it was closed.  But fortunately, we found a lake nearby and the water was too calming for the hot sun. We found out that it was apparently called the Taman Tasik Shah Alam! We took a few snaps and then went to the Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque, the largest mosque in Malaysia! Since it was Posa Ramadan, we weren't allowed to go in. I think our luck wasn't good and finally, we went to Plaza Alam Sentral for a coffee but ended up having a bubble tea! Going to Malaysia and not having a bubble tea is kind of an incomplete trip according to me. Supposedly, Chatime and Tealive provide amazing bubble tea throughout Malaysia.

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