Let’s face it: nobody likes traffic jams. Waking up before sunrise, chugging along the road in a cramped vehicle, and then making it home well after sundown – it’s not much of a life with many hours wasted on commuting.
Fortunately, that’s where public transportation hubs come to the rescue! In Malaysia, these heroes (or heroines) come in the form of the LRT, MRT, KTM, ERL, and Monorail, depending on your location and where you’re travelling to.
By living close to public transport like an MRT station and using it to commute, you get to remove the chore and stress of navigating Malaysian traffic jams and roads. Not only that, but you can spend your time doing things you can’t normally do while driving – like reading a book, touching up your makeup, or pencilling in some quick sketches.
Besides the Kajang MRT Line that stretches from Kajang to Kwasa Damansara, a second MRT line caters to other parts of the Klang Valley – the Putrajaya MRT!
Formally known as the Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP Line), this MRT 2 Line consists of 36-40 stations spanning Kwasa Damansara to Putrajaya Sentral with strategic stops in the KL City Centre.
Operations for the MRT 2 began on 16 June 2022, with the commencement of the first 12 stations under Phase 1. The 12 stations are:
- Kwasa Damansara
- Kampung Selamat
- Sungai Buloh
- Damansara Damai
- Sri Damansara Barat
- Sri Damansara Sentral
- Sri Damansara Timur
- Metro Prima
- Kepong Baru
- Sri Delima
- Kampung Batu
On the other hand, the remaining stations under Phase 2 are expected to be open in January 2023, making travel to Kuala Lumpur and beyond a more comprehensive and seamless journey for many.
If you’re looking for your next best home along the Putrajaya MRT 2 Line, check out these properties that are within decent walking distance.
Properties Near Malaysia’s MRT 2 Line
Is Living Close To The MRT Worth It?
When you’re looking for a home for yourself or as an investment, property investors may encourage purchasing one that’s close to public transportation stations and hubs. Why? That’s because these property types often have a higher appreciation value, better convenience, and good rental rates.
If you’re pondering about getting a property near public transportation, be sure to weigh the pros & cons first!
Seeing as how public transportation can help ease the stress and time driving through traffic jams, properties close to one are highly sought-after for renters, especially working-class adults who commute daily to their offices.
However, a home along convenient public transportation lines can come with some inconveniences too. For instance, there are the people-and-vehicle jams during peak hours that could affect the peace of your neighbourhood, noise pollution, less than sightly views of rails and concrete, and safety risks when the sun sets.
Living near public transport might not be for everyone, but if it suits your lifestyle, there’s no time to seize like the present! Besides the Putrajaya MRT 2 Line, other properties in the Klang Valley close to public transport include those along the Sri Petaling LRT Line, Ampang LRT Line, as well as projects with direct access and covered walkways to public transport stations.Discover properties for sale
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