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Hulu Selangor district (once was spelled Ulu Selangor) is a district located at the north of the state of Selangor. From the geographic angle, Hulu Selangor district is located at  north of Klang Valley with an area of  174,047 hectre,almost the same as the area of Malacca state . The total population is about 178,500 (2005) or 3.7 percent from the total of Selangor state’s population, and now is in line with the current development.

Hulu Selangor district is the biggest district of nine districts in the state of Selangor.  At the north, Hulu Selangor is at the border with the state of Perak and Pahang at the east. This district was once known as ‘The Sleeping Hollow’ and is situated at the far from the nation’s development, however now the development is in line with the Selangor’s state vision “Towards a harmonious and developed country’.

This district has 13 territorial division:  

 No
Territorial District
Width(Hectare)
Width(Acre)
 1  Hulu Bernam (North and South)
44,680
11,0405
 2  Kalumpang
4,144
10,240
 3  Kuala Kalumpang
3,885
9,599
 4  Sungai Gumut
4,144
10,240
 5  Sungai Tinggi
16,006
39,550
 6  Kerling
17,534
43,326
 7  Ampang Pecah
4,143
10,237
 8  Buloh Telur
2,589
6,397
 9  Pertak
20,383
50,366
 10  Rasa
8,262
20,416
 11  Batang Kali
16,265
40,191
 12  Hulu Yam
11,111
27,456
 13  Serendah
12,901
51,647
Total
174,047
430,070

Source : Hulu Selangor Land and  District Office, 2007