Pantai (also known as Kerinchi) is a quaint and quiet town located in the south of Kuala Lumpur. It is an old residential area that comes with both high-rise and landed residential units catering to different income groups. A large majority of residents living in this area are expatriates, foreigners and the affluent, with Bangsar as its immediate and equally affluent neighbor.  It is also home to the largest and most sophisticated treatment plant in the Asia Pacific region. The Pantai 2 Sewage Plant is partially built underground, below a public park and it runs on automation systems without emitting smell into the air. Some of the notable landmarks here are UOA Corporate Tower, Menara TM, The Horizon, Vertical Corporate Tower and Menara SuezCap.

Pantai is located just a distance away from the city centre, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Mont Kiara and Petaling Jaya, all within short driving distance. Accessibility into Pantai is highly convenient as there are many expressways and highways leading into and out of the area. Jalan Maarof is connected to the SPRINT Highway, which is the easiest access to Pantai, while NKVE and LDP provide just as good access as the other highways. There is also public transportation that residents can use, as the KL Sentral station is less than 10 minutes away from Pantai, and Bangsar LRT station is just a train ride away from KL Sentral station. Public buses and taxis also frequently pass through the area.

The residents of Pantai are very well cared for in terms of amenities and facilities as, Pantai Medical Centre, the closest medical Centre for many in Pantai and Bangsar, top international schools, exclusive shopping malls, restaurants, clinics, worship places, mini markets, banks and parks are also available within driving and walking distances. For those who enjoy shopping, they can go to Suria KLCC, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, KL Gateway Mall, Berjaya Times Square and Central Market Kuala Lumpur where they can get local and international products from, which are all located within a few minutes’ drive away.

There are many supermarkets and restaurants, like Supplier Keropok Pantai Timur,  Al-Rafah Grocers, Hock Choon Supermarket (Trencell Ampang Branch), Baba Dona Supermart and Pantai Grocery Store where residents can get their daily necessities from. Various local and international cuisine are served in restaurants, such as PappaRich (Express) Pantai Hospital, Restoran Anis Puteri Gulai Kawah, AG Westernfood, Link All Day Dining and All Café Tomyam Seafood. There are also night markets nearby where residents can get, food and other essential items from, such as Pasar Malam Bukit Kerinchi, Bangsar Baru Night Market, Connaught Night Market, Saturday Night Market and Pasar Malam Pantai Dalam.

There are also, many recreation spots nearby, namely Bukit Jalil Recreational Park, Pantai Eco Park Community Centre, Alam Damai Recreation Park, Taman Burung Kuala Lumpur and Pantai Sentral Park. Residents can bring their families there during the weekends or for those who are health conscious, there are many activities that they can do there. Activities like jogging, cycling, running, walking are things that they can do there. As for those who enjoy going out at night with friends, there are clubs and pubs like, Beach Club Café, Heli Lounge Bar, Zion Club, SkyBar and Mantra Rooftop Bar and Lounge.

There are many international and local schools located at Pantai, namely Sri Dasmesh International School, Havil International School, The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISK), Sekolah Kebangsaan Bukit Pantai and SMK Seri Pantai. There are also places of worship such as, Harvest Bible Chapel Kuala Lumpur, Kuan Yin temple, Sri Maha Mariamman Temple, National Mosque of Malaysia and Guru Nanak Darbar Tatt Khalsa Diwan Gurdwara located close by as well. Clinics in the vicinity are Pusat Perubatan Pantai, Qualitas Health Klinik Pantai, Kamaruddin Ahmad Dr, Clinic Yoon Hiap Dr and Lee Hock Bee Clinics. The many local and foreign banks in the area are The Bank Of Nova Scotia Berhad, Export-Import Bank of Malaysia (EXIM Bank), Deutsche Bank (M) Bhd, Bank Islam and HSBC.

Properties in Pantai are leasehold.  There are more than 351 property listings in this area. The median price of properties here are RM 350,000 and median per square feet is RM373. There are many housing projects, serviced residences, bungalows and condominium projects located in Pantai that residents can check out. Some of the properties that residents can check out are Inwood Residences @ Pantai Sentral Park, Bangsar South, Zehn Bukit Pantai, Pantai HillPark 1, Pantai Hillpark 3 and Centrio SOHO @ Pantai Hillpark.

Buying, selling, or investing property is a very big decision. Even moving to your desired location can sometimes be very emotional. Using data from more than 396 listings in Pantai, PropertyGuru aim to help you make the right decisions on selecting property, by providing you helpful news and property statistics such as median and growth in the area, but also our opinion on local neighborhood area.

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