||300 Social sciences
||LPPKN - National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia: Population and Family Research Division
||Smart city, Senior citizen, Planning and management
||This paper has been presented at the National Population Conference 2022 (PERKKS 22) – Bangi Resort Hotel, Selangor on 10-11 November 2022. It is jointly organized by the National Population and Family Development Board (LPPKN), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Malaysia, Faculty of Business and Economics, Universiti Malaya (UM) in collaboration with WMIT Group Sdn Bhd.
For further information, please contact:
1. Melasutra MD Dali
Jabatan Perancangan Bandar dan Wilayah, Fakulti Alam Bina,
2. Yong Adilah binti Shamsul Harumain
Jabatan Perancangan Bandar dan Wilayah Fakulti Alam Bina,
3. Syed Abdul Razak Bin Sayed Mahadi
Jabatan Antropologi dan Sosiologi, Fakulti Sastera Dan Sains Sosial Universiti Malaya
4. Ahmad Hashimi bin Mohammad
Ketua Penolong Pengarah, Unit Pengurusan Data Penyelidikan,
Bahagian Penyelidikan Kependudukan dan Keluarga, LPPKN
||The Third National Physical Plan projects that about 77% of Malaysia’s population will live in cities in 2020 and is expected to increase to 82% by 2030 and 87% by 2050. The elderly in Malaysia (those aged 60 and above) will increase from a total of 2,875 in 2015, to 5,196 million in 2030 and 9,593 in 2050. Malaysia as a developing country will experience an ageing population in the near future.