Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama)

Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) is a mature suburb in Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur. Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) is a well-established area that used to house a collection of low-cost flats, medium-cost apartments and houses. Nowadays, because of the recent property boom in the general area, a vast range of new properties have sprouted such as  gated-and-guarded semi-detached homes, luxury apartments and condominiums, bringing a face-lift to Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama). Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) neighbours Taman OUG.

It is no wonder that more and more new developments are built in Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) as its strategic location between Kuala Lumpur city centre and Petaling Jaya is a magnet for potential property buyers. Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) is highly accessible by major highways such as the KL-Seremban Highway, New Pantai Expressway, Sungei Besi Highway, KESAS Expressway and KL-Putrajaya Dedicated Highway. From Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama), it only takes a mere 15 minutes to get to the Kuala Lumpur City Centre where the central business hub and some of the most exciting shopping malls can be found. The popular Petaling Jaya is only about a 20 minutes’ drive away where many raved restaurants and cafes are available. Getting to Putrajaya and Cyberjaya only takes about 30 minutes by car. Other than that, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport is only just 40 minutes away. Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) is truly a convenient place to stay because of its strategic location that is close to most parts of the Klang Valley. In terms of public transport, many public busses serve the area, making it convenient for those who do not drive to get around.

Being a long-standing suburb, Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) is not lacking in amenities for the convenience of its residents. For recreational activities, a 10-minutes’ car ride would bring one to the 80-acre Bukit Jalil Recreational Park where the whole family can go to enjoy an evening of leisure or exercise on the jogging trails in lush foliage. There is also a pond in the park, truly creating an environment of relaxation and tranquillity, allowing city dwellers to escape the hustle and bustle of life. The park also features a few soft padded fully-equipped playgrounds where children can run and play freely in safety.

Besides recreational activities, residents of Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) can also find plenty of amazing food options nearby including the usual fast food chains, cafes as well as local cuisines like Malay restaurants, Indian food and Chinese eateries. Other than that, Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) is also known for having many authentic mainland Chinese restaurants because of the Chinese population living there. Other international cuisines can also be found in this food paradise. As for groceries, the huge and ever popular 24-hour NSK Trade City Kuchai Lama is where locals get their fresh meats, fruits and vegetables at affordable prices. Other than that, there are also a few morning markets within the vicinity. In terms of shopping, a 7 minute drive will bring residents of Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) to Pearl Suria Mall on the Old Klang Road where some retail outlets can be found. A further drive down the Old Klang Road from Pearl Suria Mall will lead to Midvalley Megamall, one of Klang Valley’s biggest shopping malls where more shopping options and entertainment facilities can are readily available.

For healthcare services, Klinik Mediviron @ Kuchai Lama and Klinik Kuchai Avenue are within the vicinity, providing ease of mind to the residents of Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) should any medical emergencies arise. For places of worship, Full Gospel Assembly Kuala Lumpur, Surau Al hidayah and Tham Wah Wan Temple can be found here, catering to the diverse community living in the area. There are also major banks and ATMs in Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama), making it convenient for individuals and businesses to run financial errands.

Families with school-going children will be happy to find that there are primary and secondary schools in Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) such as SMK Seri Sentosa and Sekolah Jenis Kebangsaan (C) Choong Wen. Other than these, many enrichment centres and kindergartens can also be found in the area as well.

The properties in Old Klang Road (Kuchai Lama) are a mix of freehold and leasehold projects. The properties here have a median price of MYR 422,500 or median price psf of MYR 420.  This neighbourhood offers a vast variety of property projects for both investors and home owners with the likes of Gembira Park, Kuchai Lama, The Riyang @ Happy Garden as well as M Oscar.

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