Bukit Serindit

Bukit Serindit is a neighbourhood in Melaka Tengah, Melaka. It is a short distance from Malacca city. Bukit Serindit is predominantly a housing area with few businesses to serve the local community.

Bukit Serindit can be reached via Jalan Taman Bunga Raya and Jalan Bukit Serindit. Local buses and taxis are also available to get around.

Within close distance are a host of amenities and facilities ranging from education, food, recreation, and shopping. As such, residents in Bukit Serindit do not have to go travel too far for these necessities. Nearby schools are SK Seri Bandar, SMJK Yok Bin, SJK ( C) Siang Lin, and Sekolah Kebangsaan Bukit China. The Malay Ladies Teaching College is also within a short drive away. Besides these, closer to the city are some reputed schools such as Pay Fong Middle School, St Francis Institution Melaka, and SMK Canossa Convent.  Alternatively, Melaka International School, Malacca Expatriate School, and Oakrich International School offer international syllabus.

The nearest place to get essentials and groceries are MLC Mini Mart, Larazz Minimart, Pasar Mini YSF, and Tropical Freshmarket . Fresh produce can also be bought at the nearby wet market as well as the Pasar Malam, all of which are closeby. Shopping malls like Dataran Pahlawan Megamall, AEON Mall Bandaraya Melaka and Elements Mall Melaka offers a wide range of retail brands, eateries, entertainment and services for the entire family, is a short drive away.

The main hospital, Malacca Hospital along with Pantai Hospital Ayer Keroh, Putra Specialist Hospital, and Mahkota Medical Centre serves the medical need of the community. Not to forget, there are also neighbourhood clinics for minor illnesses that are closer to home.

The neighbourhood is surrounded by abundant greeneries and offers many recreational facilities for the community such as the Bukit Serindit Recreation Park, Melaka Council Recreation Park, Bukit Serindit Hockey Stadium, and Tun Fatimah Stadium.

Eateries closer to home include Mid Ocean Seafood Restaurant,Restoran Sambal Petai, Village Grill, and Restoran Sate R & K. Meanwhile, there are also plenty of eateries available in neighbouring areas.

The Persatuan Penganut Dewa Chin Boo Tian and Surau Kristal Al-Majid are two of the closest places of worship to fulfill their religious obligations, both of which are within a short 10 mins drive.

There are a variety of properties to choose from in Bukit Serindit, most of which are freehold. Properties are reasonably priced considering that Bukit Serindit is in the suburb of Malacca city and has a median price psf of RM 273 or median price for RM 270,000. The Seri Melaka Residensi project worth exploring whether as investment or home buyer.

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 17 listings in Bukit Serindit, 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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