The agony of being unprepared during a water cut is one which I can truly relate to, and one which I’m sure many Malaysians would have experienced more than once. The struggle of having to book a night at a hotel or to purchase mineral water for quick showers is a complete pain. Hence, it’s best to be prepared for water cuts, especially schedules ones.

Those residing in PJ and KL can prepare in advance for the scheduled water disruption due to equipment replacement works. The water cut will be happening on September 27 from 3am, and will end by September 28, 8am.

Here are the affected locations:

Affected areas in Petaling Jaya:

SS 1, SS 2, SS 3, SS 4 (A,B,C,D), SS 5 (A,B,C,D), SS 6, SS7, SS8, SS8A and SS9A in Petaling Jaya; SS20 in Damansara Kim; SS21 in Damansara Utama; SS22 and SS22A; PJU 3 in Sunway Damansara; Bandar Utama; Tropicana; Tropicana Golf & Country Resort; Taman Tun Dr Ismail; Kg Sungai Penchala; Bukit Lanjan; Pinggiran TTDI; Kampung Sungai Kayu Ara; Ara Damansara; Section 11; Section 12; Section 13; Section 14; Section 19; Section 20; Section 21; Section 22; PJU 7 in Mutiara Damansara; PJU 8 in Damansara Perdana; Pelangi Damansara; Universiti Malaya; Eastin Hotel; Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC); Kelab Golf Perkhidmatan Awam (KGPA); and the Petronas Station along the Sprint Highway.

Affected areas in Kuala Lumpur:
Royal Selangor Club; Bukit Kiara Resort; Bukit Kiara Sports Centre; the National Science Centre; Institute of Public Administration (Intan); Securities Commission; Education Technology Department; Sime Darby Convention Centre; Jalan Setiabistari; Jalan Setiabudi; Jalan Setiarasa; Jalan Setiaraya; Jalan Setiajaya; Jalan Medan Setia; Jalan Setiamurni (1 – 12); Persiaran Basong; Jalan Dungun; Jalan Bruas; Idamansara, Changkat Semantan; Jalan Damansara Endah; Jalan Setiabakti; Jalan Setiakash; Taman Seri Beringin; Jalan Gelenggang; Jalan Derumun; Jalan Chemperai; Persiaran Beringin; Jalan Chelagi; Jalan Teruntung; Jalan Chempenai; Jalan Birah; Jalan Beka; and Jalan Balau.

Water supply will resume in stages, but it’s best to be prepared and to stock up on water supply for the upcoming week.

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