Here Are 5 Plus Points Of Staying In Bukit Jalil
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Formerly a large rubber plantation in the 1990s, Bukit Jalil has evolved immensely over the years to become one of the most popular places to live amongst Malaysians and the expatriate community. Located in between Sri Petaling and Sri Kembangan, Bukit Jalil is blooming with both residential and commercial developments. 

Is it its strategic location? Or possibly because it’s home to a world-class sports complex? In this article, we list out why this suburb is a place where both the young and elderly can call home. 

Upcoming Shopping Destination

Residents of Bukit Jalil are spoilt for choice with the abundance of malls. Imagine being a short drive away from popular malls to dine, shop, and be entertained. 

Apart from the Bukit Jalil City, Paradigm Garden City Mall, and Aurora Place Bukit Jalil, the recently opened Pavilion Bukit Jalil is set to be the largest lifestyle mall in the South, spanning 5 floors and a total of 1.8 million square feet of retail space. There’s also the newly opened Japan bookstore, Tsuzaya which features over 264,000 books. All combined, shoppers will be able to access popular retail brands, dining experiences, and exciting leisure activities. 

Renowned International Schools In KL

As a parent, one of the top priorities is finding a good school for your children. A popular choice amongst parents today is sending their children to an international school. One that has global recognition, established, and provides a balanced approach to learning so that their children will grow up to be well-rounded and successful individuals.

Most international schools are located in Kuala Lumpur, this includes Bukit Jalil. Parents can choose from the Tzu Chi International School and Regent International School. For those looking for tertiary education, the International Medical University and APU – Asia Pacific University are also around the area. 

Prime Food Spots

One of the favourite pastimes of Malaysians is eating. Being in an area with delicious and convenient food spots would be an important part of deciding where to live. 

Bukit Jalil has a list of cafes, restaurants, and street food that is popular with both locals and expats. Popular spots include Murni Discovery, Peekaboo Cafe, and Shin Zushi. 

A Drive Away From Bukit Jalil Stadium 

Any sports fan would be ecstatic to live within the area of the world-class multipurpose stadium that hosted the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Seating over 87,411 people, it is the largest in Southeast Asia and is used to host major sporting events and concerts. 

Mature & Ever-Abundant Township

Since its decade-long transformation, Bukit Jalil has been a sought-after address for both the young and old. Along with its low crime rate, the township is a safe, and secure place to live. 

Together with the evolving Sports Hub because of Bukit Jalil Stadium, it’s also home to a jogger’s favourite, the 80-acre Bukit Jalil Recreational Park, and the Berjaya Clubs’ Bukit Jalil Golf and Country Resort, along with various malls. 

In terms of accessibility, there’s the Sri Petaling Line, Bukit Jalil LRT station, and Sri Petaling LRT station. Key highways include Damansara–Puchong Expressway (LDP) and Puchong–Sungai Besi Highway, KESAS Highway, Maju Expressway, MEX Highway, and New Pantai Expressway (NPE). 

Find Your Place At Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil

If you’re looking to stay in Bukit Jalil, Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil is a high-rise residence that was first launched in 2017. Holding a total of 1342 condominium units within its North and South Towers, the residence is beautifully built on a hillside overlooking Kuala Lumpur. 

Their range of over 90 facilities is made for everyone; children, adults, and the elderly! Common facilities include a BBQ area, swimming pools, reading rooms, gym and the stargazing deck. Specifically for kids, they have a Hopscotch Soft Zone, Kids Bowling Alley, and Builder’s Playground. For those in their silver years, there’s a Silver Station to safely break a sweat, a reflexology path, and a meditation room. 

Units at Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil range from 2, 3, and 4 bedrooms family-friendly layouts with sizes from 805 sq. ft to 1,710 sq. ft, while penthouse units have up to 4 bedrooms and are of 2,185 sq. ft and 2,259 sq. ft. 

Moreover, the residence is connected to multiple highways and is easily accessible to LRT stations, specifically Alam Sutera LRT Station (2km) and Awan Besar LRT Station (5.5km). The Tzu Chi International School is only 50m away, while the Bukit Jalil Recreational Park is 3km away. Malls, schools, and other recreational establishments are conveniently less than 8km away. 

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For those who are looking to have amenities just a drive away, are working within the areas of Bukit Jalil, Cyberjaya, and Putrajaya, or are looking for a place to settle down, Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil could be your number one choice. 

Take advantage of a well-connected residence, an abundance of facilities for your family and friends, spacious yet practical layouts, and more with Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil. Register your interest here!

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