The new two-storey block houses a conference room, VIP room, visitors lounge, open sitting at the ground floor, gymnasium, kiddies ride machines and a games room. Thus it is only appropriate that a new-look SSR is home to the NSAM and one of its affiliates Selangor Shooting Association. Even the existing office block will be expanded to provide more administrative space for the increased staff strength of NSAM and SSA.
These latest additions come barely two years after the installation of an international indoor shooting range, catering to air pistol and air rifle events. It was erected a month ahead of the 2001 Kuala Lumpur Sea Games 7 in September. Giving the place a resort-like ambience is a beautifully landscaped garden-like paradise, lined with lush green trees, colourful plants and flowers. With its unique combination of shooting infrastructure and recreational facilities and resort-styled setting, it is no surprise that NSAM has decided to hold the 10th Asian Shooting Championship at SSR instead of the Langkawi International Shooting Range.
SSR has always been the official training centre for national shooters and host to numerous national and international championships. Besides the new administrative block and air-conditioned indoor range, the existing facilities such as badminton, squash and tennis courts, two swimming pools and a wading pool and two fishing ponds have been well maintained.
Food is the least of the shooters’ concern when the ASC comes around on Feb 8-18, 2004 as the recreational centre has a Poolside Shelter and Eatery Centre, serving Continental, Malay, Chinese and Indian food to cater to the diverse taste buds of the ASC competitors