East Ledang

East Ledang is a 275-acre residential neighbourhood located in Iskandar Puteri, Johor Bahru. Upscale homes amidst gardens, lakes and wetlands create a setting for nature-infused resort-living. The township has won a multitude of awards for being one of the best property developments not only in Malaysia, but Southeast Asia as well. The prestigious development was deemed the Best Development (in) Malaysia at the Bloomberg Asia Pacific Property Awards 2010 and was included on Property Report Southeast Asia’s i-Property Awards 2010’s list of Southeast Asia’s 20 Best Resort Developments. This prestige development is a popular destination for investors and expatriates not only from Johor and all around Malaysia, but Singapore as well.

East Ledang is designed in a way to enhance lives, not just lifestyle. Everything that you want is here. East Ledang lies to the west of Johor Bahru, and is easily accessible via Second Link Highway by the Pulai Interchange, as well as via the road from Gelang Patah Interchange. It’s only a 15-minute drive from Puteri Iskandar to the Second Link Highway. As for public transportation the nearest bus-stops are Opposite Bazar Mydin Anjung, University of Newcastle Medicine Malaysia and Bazar Mydin Anjung

East Ledang is indeed a great place to live in. It is surrounded by beautiful developments and a variety of amenities. The residents of the development do not have to worry about anything because everything is easily available in the locality. It takes about 15 minutes’ drive to Johor Bahru town which consist of parks, shop lots, entertainment spots, food court and other amenities such as schools, banks and worship places. Some of the main attractions in the area are Legoland Malaysia, Waterpark Legoland Malaysia Resort, Sanrio Hello Kitty Town and Puteri Harbour Theme Park. For those who are health conscious, Sireh Park Iskandar Puteri, Edible Park, Heritage Forest, Puteri Habour Garden Park are the most suitable places for jogging, cycling, walking, tai-chi and also just to relax and commune with mother nature. East Ledang is considered to be a great place for those who love to do shopping because there are many famous shopping spots in the area. Few of the famous shopping centers near the locality are Mall of Medini, Versis Medini, Sunway Citrine Hub, Point and Aeon Mall Bukit Indah, where residents and tourists alike can go to when they want to go shopping. If you get bored shopping in Malaysia, you can just cross over to Singapore, where there are a variety of shopping malls as well.

There are many well-known clinics and hospitals in the area where the residents can go in case of any medical situation. Few of the clinics and hospitals near the development are namely Nusa Medical Clinic Sdn Bhd, Blanc Medical Clinic, Klinik Perintis Health Care, Gleneagles Hospital Medini Johor and Columbia Asia Hospital. There are many restaurants located nearby that serve a variety of local and international cuisine, like Kushiyaki Kim San Restaurant, Nasi Kukus Solo, Absolute Thai Medini Mall (Legoland), Pizza Hut and Gayatri @ Medini Iskandar Puteri. As for banking facilities the nearest banks are CIMB Bank, Hong Leong Bank, Public Bank @ Bukit Indah, Bank Rakyat and Bank Of China. The worship place that are in the vicinity are, Masjid Kota Iskandar, Dewi Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, Devotees Society Kuan Yin and Nusajaya Methodist Church.

Few of the famous educational institutions near the development are namely Sekolah Kebangsaan Medini, Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Medini, Raffles American School, Sekolah Kebangsaan Ladang Pendas and Marlborough College Malaysia. Residents can get their groceries and daily necessities from the nearby mini markets. Some of the mini markets nearby are Ars Mini Market, Million Plus Mini Market, and Mini Market Sofie N Sofia. HomeGround Pub & Bistro, Rainbow Pub, Ace Vista Night Pub & Bistro, Sky Lounge and Knights & Barrels are some of the many places that make night time interesting not only for residents but also tourists.

Properties in East Ledang are freehold. The median price of property in the neighbourhood is as high RM 1,100K. The median price per square feet is RM 323. There are a total of 616 properties available in East Ledang. Some of the properties that can be checked out are Regent’s Park @ East Ledang, Tranquility Park @ East Ledang and Noble Park Grand Pool Villas East Ledang

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