Yes, this may come as a surprise. Most people might even shun the idea of investing in the seemingly old and dull region of Klang. However, statistics actually prove otherwise. In 2018, NAPIC records 3666 property transactions. This value was actually higher than other supposedly more popular areas such as Subang and Cheras. Most transactions depict the native Klang residents’ intention to stay in the area or provide a property for their descendants. While Klang may have mouth-watering food that got people travelling from afar to try, most people attribute Klang’s lower investment interest to the fact that the area does not provide much entertainment. In terms of pricing, Klang has the advantage over its neighbouring cities such as Shah Alam and Subang Jaya. Potential homebuyers can land a house (yes, not a condo unit) for about RM 500 PSF, a figure which is impossible to get in areas such as KL city and Mont Kiara. In terms of demographics, expect a good mixture of Malay, Chinese, and Indian residents in the area, which of course, contributes to the food variety that is so often the highlight of Klang.