2,900 sqft / 269.42 sqm (land)
Sungai Bakap is part of Seberang Perai, Penang; Penang’s mainland. Right beside the town of Valdor, it is even considered as one place due to its close proximity. It is mainly made up of vast fields that were originally used for sugar plantations and now is used for planting palm. The area is humble and most modern human infrastructure can be found in neighbouring towns Kulim and for bustling action, one has to travel further down to Bukit Mertajam.
This is easy as the area is connected to the rest of Seberang Perai via the North South Expressway and Federal Route 1. What the area has though are singular facets of what one would need for suburban living. There is the New Town Hotel, the New Town Sports Centre, the Sungai Bakap Mosque and even an old house belonging to past sugar merchant, Kee Poh Huat Kongsi; exhibiting a piece of the area’s history.