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The Bukit Jalil National Sports Complex in Selangor is a centralized sports venue. Developed on an area covering about 200 acres of plantation land, formerly the Bukit Jalil Estate, the National Sports Complex consists of the National Stadium, the Putra Stadium, the National Aquatic Centre, the National Hockey Stadium, the National Squash Centre and an area called the Commonwealth Hill. This sports complex was declared open by Malaysia’s Prime Minister, the Honourable Dato Seri Mahathir Mohamad on 11 July 1998. The construction of the complex began in May 1989. The main stadium, the Indoor stadium, the swimming complex, the squash complex and the surrounding areas were completed in July 1998. The indoor stadium in the vicinity can be used as venue for events such as concerts, expositions, celebratory gatherings and conferences. The 1998 Commonwealth Games were held two months after the Bukit Jalil National Sports Complex was officially declared open. The Bukit Jalil National Sports Complex has become a symbol of progress in the national sporting arena and reflects the nation’s capacity to stage world class sporting events.
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