This elaborate architecture beauty so sturdily structured and
resting majestically atop the 12-acre hill, granted by the Selangor
State Government, is a dream come true for His Royal Highness, Sultan
Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Hishamuddin Alam Shah.
His Royal vision had crystallized and was in concrete form before His
Royal Highness. From its ideal hill-top location sited opposite
Istana Kayangan, it overlooks the picturesque vicinity and the sight of
the State Mosque with its majestic blue Dome and tall minarets.
At night, one can feast ones' eyes on a
glowing and glittering view that lends a unique ambience and
enchantment to its silhouette, enshrouding it in a mantle of
It hosts a wide variety of amenities beneath its regally
shaped roof that resembles a Bugis Headgear that gives the Club a
distinct identity.Should one be driving along the Federal Highway
between Klang and Kuala Lumpur, one cannot fail to see this distinct
landmark on top of the hill.
At night, it serves as a beacon in the
dark, serving as a guide to familiar and unfamiliar souls traversing
To construct a Club of this stature,
aimed to blend with the surrounding nature, 10 consultancies,
comprising of architects, surveyors, engineers, designers and Club
operators were pooled and from these enriched sources, the best in
creative ideas was culminated to create this masterpiece.
and concept was researched and obtained from Indonesia by the Protem
Committee assigned to oversee the project. This mammoth project took
off when the Selangor State Development Corporation undertook the
conceptual and initial designing through to construction. Panji Alam
were engaged as the main contractors whilst The Public Works
Departments and Juara Consultants handled the piping and wiring works.
Raja Zulkifli Tun Uda were
appointed as the structural engineers and for the foundation to be laid
out, Zakaria Lee and Partners were engaged for the task at hand and
finally, in order to bring out the desired interior furnishing,
Azizamas Interior Designers were assigned to cultivate a majestic
ambience. The present plush interior of the Club bears the testimony
of their combined efforts.
Finally, to exude that refined finish,
local materials were used in the construction of the Club which was
built over a duration of two years and six months at the cost of RM25