Restoran Multichoice is the only sizeable foodcourt in Semenyih. It is situated on the main road to Kajang and Seremban. There are plenty of food vendors, but it is mainly Chinese cuisine (Malay and Indian are waited to be seen). You can get a meal with far less than RM10.
Public transport is next to non-existence in Semenyih.
There are principally two modes of transport: bus and taxi. T
There are regular service to/from Kajang. The fare is only 70sen. There is no timetable available. Once there are enough passengers, the bus will depart. The bus stand to Kahjang is just outside Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (SJK) Semenyih, which is opposite the Chinese temple (Bus from Kajang stops in the bus stop, directly next to the temple. The bus itself is blue and yellow, with the writing "Bas Mini" outside.
There is not a taxi stand in Semenyih Sentral, you must call the taxi station beforehand. There simply wouldn't be any taxi around the town.
There are only two supermarkets in Semenyih: Fajar which is in Semenyih Sentral and Econsave at the end of Jalan Pasar 2.
Fajar is the bigger one and more like a proper supermarket than Econsave. The supermarket is on the G/F along with many shops, there is even a KFC inside and on the 1/F is the department store.
Econsave is like a run-down supermarket. Prices are cheap and possibly lower than Fajar and the range is more than enough.
Some of themajor Malaysian banks are represented in Semenyih. Here are their addresses and telephone numbers:-
Maybank 03-8723 8611
3 Jalan Pasar 2 03-8723 8612
Bandar Semenyih 03-8723 8613
Hong Leong Bank
No. 7 & 9 Jalan Pasar Baru 2 03-87248639
Seksyen 3 Bandar Semenyih
43500 Semenyih, Selangor Darul Ehsan
22B & 23, Jalan Besar, 03-87238811
43500 Semenyih, Selangor 03-87238812
25 Jalan Besar 03-87239609/7605
43500 Semenyih 03-87239571
Bank Simpanan Nasional
No 57 Jalan Besar, 03-87237227
Fondest memory: Maybank is a self-serviced branch with only cash machines, cash/cheque deposit machines. There are no FOREX booth. Staff only deals with account-related matters.
Hong Leong Bank, too is a self serviced branch with the staff there just to deal with account opening,etc.
Public Bank is the biggest and busiest out of the five. It has numerous staffed counteres, seats and a cash machine outside, making it the best bank here.
AmBank is the smallest bank. It is very basic, a cash counter, an adviser's desk and an ATM outside the branch.
Bank Simpanan Nasional is on the other side of Jln. Besar. It is a mainly domestic bank.
Sat 0900-1200 (alternate weeks)