RM1mil street art project losing lustre


Transient beauty: Murals decorating the sides of buildings and back lanes in the Jalan Memanda commercial district are often blocked by parked vehicles. — SS KANESAN/The Star

Murals painted in the back and side lanes of shoplots in the Jalan Memanda commercial district in Ampang Jaya, Selangor, that were meant to attract visitors have become an eyesore and uninviting.

Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) has spent about RM1mil on the project at Taman Dato Ahmad Razali, which is part of the Local Agenda 21 Ampang Point beautification master plan.

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