Open areas are getting smaller

A notice of a proposed apartment project is being erected at Rimba Kiara Park

I RECENTLY attended an international conference called “Sustainable Cities, Communities and Partnerships for Sustainable Development Goals” of which KL City Hall (DBKL) was one of the organisers.

Speaker after speaker at the conference pointed out that due to rapid urbanisation, there is an urgent need to keep cities safe, healthy and sustainable for human health and wellbeing, and one of the ways to do this was to have more open spaces for recreational and sport activities.

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