Journal of the Malaysian Institute of Planners.

The Journal of the Malaysia Institute of Planners or PLANNING MALAYSIA is a multidisciplinary journal produced annually (once a year) related to theory, experiments, research, development, applications of ICT, and practice of planning and development in Malaysia and elsewhere.

The objective of the journal is to promote the activity of town planning through dialogue and exchange of views concerning professional town planning practice. PLANNING MALAYSIA will welcome any news, feature articles, or peer reviewed (including book reviews, software review, etc.) articles for publication. All articles should be original work by the authors. Articles, views and features will not be taken to be the official view of the Malaysian Institute of Planners (MIP) unless it carries the name of MIP as the author. This is to encourage open discussion on diverse issues and opinion for the advancement of town planning practice. Articles and contributions will be accepted from MIP members and non-members worldwide.

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Vol 15 (2017): PLANNING MALAYSIA JOURNAL : Volume 15, Issue 2, 2017

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Urban Planning and the Challenges of Neoliberal Globalisation in Malaysia

Marlyana Azyyati Marzukhi, Oliver Ling Hoon Leh, Hazlina Hamdan


Combating Squatter in Malaysia : Do We Have Adequate Policies as Instrument?

Yusfida Ayu Abdullah, Julieven Nonoi Kuek, Hazlina Hamdan, Farrah Lyana Mohd Zulkifli


The Financial Costs of Urban Sprawl : Case Study of Penang State

Shahriza Osman, Jamalunlaili Abdullah, Abdul Hadi Nawawi


Social Impact of Foreign Immigrants in Affordable Housing Area. Case Study : Mentari Court, Selangor, Malaysia

Oliver Ling Hoon Leh, Nik Nurul Farahanis Mohd Rosli, Farah Ayuni Marhalim, Siti Nur Afiqah Mohamed Musthafa


Social Impact of Agro-Tourism on Local Urban Residents. Case Study : Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

Oliver Ling Hoon Leh, Mohd Hafizol Che Mohd Noor, Marlyana Azyyati Marzukhi, Siti Nur Afiqah Mohamed Musthafa


Recreational Facilities for Youth in Malaysia Urban Areas. Case Studies : Lembah Pantai, Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu, Sabah

Dasimah Omar, Kamarul Ariff Omar, Zuriyati Kamaludin, Saberi Othman, Zaharah Mohd Yusoff


Human Interaction in Urban Spaces : A Quantitative Analysis in Urban Park, Shah Alam City, Selangor

Filzani Illia Ibrahim, Dasimah Omar, Nik Hanita Nik Mohamad


Promoting Sustainable Travel Behavior Through Transport Policy Measures

Na'asah Nasrudin, Yusfida Ayu Abdullah, Oliver Ling Hoon Leh


Resident's Perspective on Cycling as an Option for Transportation in Putrajaya

Siti Fatimah Hashim, Habsah Hashim, Kamarul Bahrain Shuib


An Evaluation of Urban Public Transport Route. Case Study : Hop-on Hop-off, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Izzati Khairimah Ismail, Oliver Ling Hoon Leh, Zulkifli Ahmad Zaki


The Impact of Gentrification on Local Urban Heritage Identity in Old Quarter, Melaka Heritage City

Raja Norashekin Raja Othman