ICLS Subang Jaya is conveniently located close to Taylor’s College, Inti University College and Metropolitan University College.
The school is easily accessible via public transport, and is within walking distance of supermarkets and food courts. Its surroundings and large student population make it a very attractive and convenient area for study and fun activities.
Subang School has 15 bright classrooms and a spacious Students’ Room on the First Floor.
No. 9, Jalan SS15/7
47500 Subang Jaya
Selangor darul Ehsan
Tel : (+6) 03-5635 0393
Fax : (+6) 03-5635 9826
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon to Fri: 9.30am to 9.00pm
Saturday: 10.00am to 4.00pm
Sun, Public & ICLS Holiday: CLOSED
Subang Jaya is gaining international renown as a higher education hub, with many large international private colleges and universities, in the vicinity of ICLS. Big names are, Taylor’s University College, Inti College and Metropolitan College. The growing student population has led to the building of many high-rise serviced apartments in the surrounding area which is among the most popular dining destinations for people living in the Klang Valley. There are plenty of international F&B outlets, coffee houses, restaurants and banks.
Sunway Pyramid – A taste of ancient Egypt is the theme of this unique mall, which has an ice skating rink as a centerpiece
Sunway Lagoon – Adjoining Pyramid an exciting theme, water and entertainment park in a spectacular deep hollow
Subang Parade – A long winding strip mall with a wide range of retail and food outlets
First Mall Subang – On the doorstep – Close to ICLS School – So convenient
The Summit Subang – One of the areas oldest established malls
Empire Shopping Mall – A large new shopping mall with and adjoining luxury hotel
Aeon Big Supermarket – The Aeon company’s flagship store in the area – A place to get everything
By Train – We are closest to the SS15 LRT station (Kelana Jaya LRT line), or Subang Jaya KTM station, which is located behind Aeon Big Supermarket. Operating daily from 6 am to 12 midnight.
By Taxi – Metered taxis and call taxis are usually easily available. However passengers must beware that during peak hours fares can become more expensive than expected.
By Bus – Public bus transportation is provided by several companies such as RapidKL, Metrobus, and Triton. These buses provide routes around the city and also connections to Kuala Lumpur.