Logo Majlis Daerah Kuala Selangor

Logo of Kuala Selangor District Council

Logo Information:

Lighthouse and Bukit Melawati

  • The Lighthouse on the Hill of Melawati was built in 1907, aims to provide direction to sailors in the Straits of Malacca. It symbolizes the MDKS to provide the people with care regardless of race and religion.

River and Flower Rice

  • Sungai dan Bunga Padat symbolizes the prosperity and fertility of Kuala Selangor. The river provides water for the people. Padi in the MDKS logo symbolizes the united spirit of MDKS staff to serve the people with a sense of responsibility. In addition, the symbol of Bunga Padi states that Kuala Selangor (Tanjung Karang) is a rice cultivation site and is named as a Nasi Selangor Nasi.

The State Council of Selangor

  • Kuala Selangor is a district under the Selangor State Government Administration.

Efforts for the people

  • The jawi script is used as a symbol of heritage and this slogan is shown by the MDKS's efforts to advance economic, social and physical development for its people.

Meriam and Malawati City

  • MDKS is well-known as a historical destination, especially in relation to the Selangor Malay Sultanate. The cannon symbolizes strength and the walls symbolize the stiffness and integrity of the people.



Flag of the Kuala Selangor District Council

Flag Information:

Red and Yellow Colors

  • The red and yellow strip symbolizes the strong and strong cooperation power under the administration of the Selangor State Government.

Blue colour

  • The blue color of the MDKS flag reflects the People's Friendly attitude practiced in the MDKS administration to ensure the prosperity and prosperity of the locals.

MDKS logo

  • The MDKS logo in the center of the flag means that the area is under the administration of the Kuala Selangor District Council.
Last Updated: Monday, 10 May 2021 - 4:51pm