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Bandar Jugra, Banting

Sejarah & Asal Usul Bandar Jugra, BANTING

Jugra was the royal capital of Selangor when the then ruling monarch, Sultan Abdul Samad built Istana Jugra (Jugra Palace) and moved there in 1875. It was situated in a strategic location, not exactly at the river mouth but easily accessible from the Straits of Malacca, and protected by a hill, Bukit Jugra; which stands clearly out above the low-lying mangrove swamps. For centuries it served as a familiar landmark to navigators of the Straits of Malacca. Chinese, Arab and European mariners marked it in their charts; Bukit Jugra was also known to many foreign navigators as Parcelar Hill, derived from the Arabic name for it, balasar.

It was during this time that Jugra also briefly became the centre of British administration in Selangor, although this was soon moved to Klang, and a decade later to Kuala Lumpur. The Sultan continued to live at Jugra until he died in 1898, and the new Sultan, Sultan Alauddin Sulaiman Shah also known as Sultan Sulaiman was proclaimed there. This was the last important occasion in Jugra.

After that, Jugra quickly shrank to become a backwater, as even the local administration was shifted to the new centre of Banting and Sultan Sulaiman made his official residence at Klang.

Sumber dari Wikipedia

#1 Pemandangan keseluruhan Bandar Jugra

**gambar ihsan dari Undermysin

#2 Makam Diraja Sultan Selangor

**gambar ihsan dari Undermysin

#3 Permandangan yang boleh dilihat dari Bukit Jugra;

#4 Ladang dan hasil tanaman penduduk disini

#5 Antara bangunan yang terdapat disini

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  1. anis
    February 10, 2009 at 3:10 pm

    wahhh, g bukit jugra x ajak.. sy pn x pernah sampai lg.. lain kali sy bleh bawak jalan2 kat area banting & kuala langat.. byk lg tmpt2 best!! ade ladang teh kat bukit cheding, pantai morib & pantai kelanang & so much more!!

  2. hariey
    May 6, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    was wondering if u r from banting..
    i’m x, but i have this strong feeling for banting which i do not know why..


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