As of other cemeteries for the commoner which are often visited by relatives, Sultan Abdul Samad Mausoleum is also often visited especially by the royal family, even by the common folks. Due to this, the Sultan Abdul Samad Mausoleum, situated at the top of Jugra Hill, is always well-kept and maintained.
The Jugra Royal Mausoleum is part of Jugra Hill which has been chosen as the royal burial ground for the Selangor Royal Family since 1886. This place is also known as The Royal Mausoleum Complex entirely, with the surroundings properly fenced.
On an area measuring approximately 5 acres, among others, a huge stone structure, which houses the Mausoleum of Sultan Abdul Samad Ibni Almarhum Tengku Abdullah who passed away in February, 1898, the ruler from 1859 until 1898. The rest of the mausoleums located outside the complex are the Almarhum Tengku Muda Musa, Almarhum Tunku Alfah Binti Almarhum Sultan Abdul Samad, Almarhum Tunku Jaafar, Almarhum Tunku Yaakob, Almarhum Tunku Maharum, Almarhum Raja Berkat and Almarhum Tengku Muteh Ibni Sultan Abdul Samad.
Outside the buildings, there are a few more cemeteries, especially adjacent to the building belonging to the royal family, and some of them are smaller buildings like the mausoleums belonging to Yang Mulia Raja Kahar, Tengku Maharum, and Raja Muda Musa who passed away in 1884. Today, about 90m away from the mausoleum, a parking space is provided for vehicles. From there, to reach the mausoleum, concrete stairs are provided for the convenience of visitors to reach the complex. Electricity and water supply are also provided around the mausoleum area.