Klang Valley (Malay: Lembah Klang) is a zone in Malaysia containing Kuala Lumpur and its suburbs, and connecting urban communities and towns in the condition of Selangor. An option reference to this eventual Kuala Lumpur Metropolitan Area or Greater Kuala Lumpur. It is topographically outlined by Titiwangsa Mountains to the north and east and the Strait of Malacca to the west. The conurbation is the heartland of Malaysia’s industry and commerce.As of 2012, the Klang Valley is home to approximately 7.5 million people. Klang Valley is home to a substantial number of vagrants from different states inside Malaysia and remote specialists generally from Indonesia, India and Nepal.
The valley is named after the Klang River, the foremost stream that moves through it, which is nearly connected to the early improvement of the region as a group of tin mining towns in the late nineteenth century. Improvement of the district occurred to a great extent in the East-West bearing (in the middle of Gombak and Port Klang) however the urban ranges encompassing Kuala Lumpur have since developed south towards the outskirt with Negeri Sembilan and north towards Rawang.