Solaris Dutamas

Solaris Dutamas is a commercial centre cum shopping complex where restaurants, boutiques and offices tailored for nearby residential estates such as Hartamas Heights, Duta Tropika, Nusantara, etc. This place can be reached via Jalan Dutamas 1 from Jalan Duta.
There are few government offices located nearby Solaris Dutamas together with the federal mosque, Masjid Wilayah.

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