“Budak Subang Jaya memang ada gaya.” Part of the lyrics in Malaysian singer-songwriter Joe Flizzow’s song to describe the bustling scene of the city. It’s no secret that Subang is one of the most happening hub, particularly SS15. But with the ongoing pandemic, SS15 Subang is now a quiet street. Many businesses and restaurants have permanently closed down, with shophouses putting up for rent or sale.
SS15 Subang Now A Quiet Street With Restaurants & Businesses Closing Down:
According to a set of photos shared recently by a netizen on Facebook, many lots within the precinct of SS15 Subang are running out of business. Shophouses are closed, many even put up the “For Sale/ Rent” banner. What used to be the place for students, flooded with crowds each night have become a ghost town.
Ask anyone in KL about SS15 Subang and you’ll most probably hear “parking is horrible” and “tonnes of eateries that open until midnight.” It was a popular hangout spot for many, and good luck getting away from the traffic.
Also known as the bubble tea street, today, many bubble tea shops along the streets have shut down permanently. The ongoing pandemic and indefinite lockdown have truly dampened the economy. Only a few shops and restaurants, big brands in particular like McDonald’s, FamilyMart and more are still operating as usual.
SS15 Subang Is No Longer What It Used To Be
it’s truly heartbreaking to see such as a scene happening at one of the most popular hangout spot in the city. Stay strong everyone, and fingers crossed that things will get better soon. In the meantime, why not share with us your most memorable experience at SS15 Subang?
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