Jalan Hang Jebat is one of the main access roads that service the people around the Klang Valley city center. Located within the Golden Triangle, it is around the Pudu and Chinatown area where it joins some of the prominent areas of the city. Unlike other main roads, Jalan Hang Jebat is quieter and less populated but despite this, it is used by pedestrians and vehicles all through the day. Jalan Hang Jebat connects Jalan Sultan with Jalan Hang Tuah which channels vehicles from one part of the city with another. Within this stretch is a turn into Stadium Merdeka which will lead towards Jalan Maharajalela and heads out to the south.
Available Advertising Medium
Jalan Hang Jebat is a short stretch that houses 3 public schools and the historical landmark of Stadium Merdeka. Here is where one of the tallest buildings in the country will be built in the next few years. At the moment, the available advertising medium here is mainly on the 20 lampposts enacted between both sides as well as some on the sidewalks. On one end of Jalan Hang Jebat, there are a few billboards which can be seen from the oncoming traffic.
Advertisers who target parents and school children will want to advertise along these roads while the demand for large format poster billboards is extremely high as it caters to all other vehicles. In the years to come, Jalan Hang Jebat will become more prominent as it will be housing one of the major train stops of the KVMRT project. As such, advertiser can expect a spike in demand for media spaces around this short stretch of road.
Among all the major roads in Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Hang Jebat is one of the shortest but it has a lot of important landmarks here. Coming in from Jalan Sultan, you will approach BP House, the main organization for the association of boy scouts in Malaysia. Located opposite of BP House is Gospel Hall Church which is located below the foothill of Chin Woo Stadium. Further towards the east, you will come towards Wisma Methodist and the Methodist Boys’ School Kuala Lumpur where it branches into Jalan Wesley. After that, you will reach YWCA or Young Women’s Christian Association which is next to the Grand Olympic Hotel. This is where the Wisma OCM is situated housing the Olympic Council of Malaysia. One of the top vernacular schools in Malaysia SJK(C) Jalan Davidson is located next to it while Stadium Negara is located opposite. Behind the stadium is Victoria Institution which can be reached via Jalan Stadium before you branch out into Jalan Hang Tuah.
The traffic flow along Jalan Hang Jebat is quite high during the rush hours with vehicles using it to channel to the main roads. Meanwhile, schooling hours are when there are vehicles parked along all sides of the road which contributes to the super peak traffic conditions here. Besides that, you will experience peak traffic flow at other times as Jalan Hang Jebat is used by vehicles to connect between one part of the city with the Bukit Bintang enclave.