Bukit Angkasa

Taman Bukit Angkasa in Bangsar South (Kampung Kerinchi) / Pantai Dalam in the Lembah Pantai parlimentary constituency in Kuala Lumpur is a well developed plot with affordable flats, sold under the People’s Housing Project. These were launched approximately 37 years ago and have just received their strata titles in 2013. In the meanwhile, over the almost three decades, there had been much commercial, residential and infrastructure development around Taman Bukit Angkasa, benefiting its residents in both convenience and economically.

Taman Bukit Angkasa is surrounded by nearby suburbs like Bangsar South, Brickfields, Kerinchi, Pantai Dalam, Taman Desa Seputeh, Kerinchi, and Bangsar. The nearest train station is at Pantai Dalam, which allows commuters to reach Abdullah Hukum station in KL Eco City, just one stop away after Angkasapuri next to the Federal Highway.

Bukit Angkasa is connect to the rest of Kuala Lumpur with the New Pantai Expressway (NPE, E10) at Bangsar’s Jalan Bangsar, and as far into Petaling Jaya as Subang Jaya’s Persiaran Tujuan. The Federal Highway (Federal Route 2) is used to connect Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, opening up the option of working either in Petaling Jaya or Kuala Lumpur.

For a break from the familiar surroundings of Bukit Angkasa, families and their children can visit many of the big parks and lakes nearby for cycling, jogging such as Taman Jaya Park, Lake Garden, and Perdana Botanical Garden. For walking and hiking up hills with enormous green lung for the city dwellers, there’s the nearby Taman Rimba Bukit Kerinchi, nestled within the Hutan Pendidikan Bukit Gasing, and Taman Desa Park. Other sporting options include playing badminton at Lembah Pantai Community Centre, and Pantai Eco Park Community Centre. By spending time playing and relaxing together, one’s family and friends can draw closer together, and this is the wish for the Bukit Angkasa neighbourhood.

Bukit Angkasa is in a very optimal location between Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur, so groceries and shopping is easy as there are many choices of nearby shops. There’s a 7-eleven within the compound of Taman Bukit Angkasa, and other shops nearby include 99 Speedmart, Village Grocer in KL Gateway Mall, and Mid Valley Megamal has Jaya Grocer, Kim’s Fresh Korean Seaweed, and for the Japanese there’s Shokikiya; and Al Rafah Grocers. The ever-popular supermarkets include several Giant, Tesco and Mydin stores. Residents can also visit the wet markets at PJ Old Town, Old Klang Road, and Pasar Malam Pantai Dalam, Pasar Malam Bukit Kerinchi for fresh marketing items.

There are plenty of ethnic food places around Bukit Angkasa, such as Japanese food at Eatomo Food Co., Giant Bowl Vegetarian Restaurant, Parklife Restaurant (health food), Eye’s Steak Pantai Dalam, Nasi Ayam Goreng Kunyit, and Portofino Italian Restaurant. For economical food there are many small stores nearby such as the Gerai Makan India, and Warung Rindu Nasi Lemak. Malls nearby offer more options and varieties include The Sphere and Miniso, KL Gateway Mall, and Amcorp Mall, and Mid Valley Megamall.

The children of Taman Bukit Angkasa have at least 16 kindergartens in the vicinity, including the Tadika Nilam Pantai Hillpark. Nearby national schools are the SMK Taman Desa and Catholic High School PJ. Supplementary learning centers are also available, such as Smart Reader Kids. For higher education, the nearest universities include University Malaysia, MAHSA Avenue International College, Management and Science University, and INCEIF (International Center for Education in Education in Islamic Finance).

Job opportunities should be plenty, with Bukit Angkasa being surrounded by many bustling business and small industries, such as Kuchai Entrepreneurs Park, Taman Perindustrian OUG, Scott Garden, Bangsar, Brickfields, and Lucky Garden. With the closeness of the train stations to Bukit Angkasa, there are many economical options of where to work for residents of Bukit Angkasa.

Residential properties in Bukit Angkasa are leasehold. With the flats in Bukit Angkasa being relatively lower priced residential property, it comes as no surprise that their prices are starting from a median of MYR 305 psf and median price of MYR 210,000. Other Interesting projects nearby worth examining include The Estate, Secoya Residences, Cubic Botanical, South Link, Minest Residence, The Estate, Flat Taman Bukit Angkasa, The Goodwood Residence, South Link, Santuary Park, and Nova Pantai Residence @ Pantai.

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