Taman Sentosa

Taman Sentosa is a town located in Johor Bahru , in the state of Johor. Taman Sentosa is near to Taman Melodies and Taman Sri Tebrau.

Taman Sentosa can be accessed via the Tebrau Highway. Getting to the Johor Bahru City only takes about a 10-minutes’ drive. Heading to Legoland and Puteri Harbour takes about 20 – 30 minutes by car. In terms of public transport, many public busses serve the area with many bus stations readily available within the vicinity, making it easy for those who do not drive to get around.  

Taman Sentosa is not lacking in amenities for the convenience of its residents. For recreational activities, the Taman Sentosa Skatepark is available for some exercise and will especially intrigue skateboarders who want to practice their skills. Families can have short walks or jogs around this area during the evening after a hard day’s work.

Besides recreational activities, residents of Taman Sentosa can also find plenty of amazing food options nearby including scrumptious local cuisines such as Bak Kut Teh at Shoon Huat, Paper-Wrapped Chicken at Teck Sing and Grilled Chicken Wings at Sin Kimdo. There are also other cuisines available here like Thai food, western food, Vietnamese food, seafood and also vegetarian options. As for groceries, residents can head to The Store, C Cubed Fresh Shop, Daiman Mini Market and Cold Storage to get fresh vegetables, meat and daily essentials. Other than these, there are also international grocery stores that carry authentic items from those countries such as Vietnamese supermarkets and Thai supermarkets. There are a handful of shopping malls nearby that offer shopping, food and entertainment options such as Plaza Sentosa, Lien Hoe Complex-The Store, The LakeFront @ Southkey and Pelangi Leisure Mall.

For healthcare services, Poliklinik Healthtalk, Dr Nur Healthcare Clinic and Tao Onn Suntech Health Care are within the vicinity, providing ease of mind to the residents of Taman Sentosa should any medical emergencies arise. For places of worship, Peace Presbyterian Church, Surau Al-Jauhar and Kwang Ing Fuk Yien Temple cater to the diverse population living in the area. Banks and ATMs are also available, making it easy for those who want to run individual or corporate financial errands.

Families with school-going children will be happy to find that there are primary and secondary schools in Taman Sentosa such as Sekolah Kebangsaan Sri Tebrau, Sri Utama Schools, Hilltop Private School and Sekolah Kebangsaan Taman Suria. Besides these schools, there are also plenty of kindergartens and enrichments centres readily available. Other than that, high education institues are also located close by including Institut Teknologi Jiba, College Olympia, Institut Teknologi Perindustrian YPJ.

The properties in Taman Sentosa are a mix of freehold and leasehold projects. The properties here have a median price of MYR 250,000 or median price psf of MYR 79.  This neighbourhood offers a wide variety of property projects for both investors and home owners with the likes of Taman Century Garden @ Bungalow, Taman Sentosa, The Season @ Amara Larkin as well as Zennith Suites Johor Bahru.

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