Bukit Subang

Bukit Subang (also known as Taman Bukit Subang) is a freehold town located in Denai Alam, Bukit Subang.The built-up available in this town is 1,400 sf to 1,800 sf for houses. It was developed by Kumpulan Guthrie Bhd. Kumpulan Guthrie Bhd is a medium-scale property developer listed on Bursa Malaysia, and it has built about 10 property projects in Malaysia. The current rental yield of Bukit Subang is 3.56% for houses. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 4.19% in Q2 2019 (House); while the lowest one was 2.8% in Q4 2015 (House).

Bukit Subang is well connected to other main cities in Klang Valley via a network of major highways, namely the Federal Highway, New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), Bukit Subang Expressway (KESAS), Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE), North–South Expressway Central Link (ELITE) and the newest highway Kemuning–Bukit Subang Highway (LKSA). Highways link the town to two major airports, too. Located 30 km south of the capital, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) serves international flights and is connected via the ELITE highway, while the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang provides domestic flights and is connected via the Federal highway. Major city roads are linked via roundabouts that divide the city into different parts. Section includes a network of local roads named after a chosen theme; for instance, the roads in Section 20 are named after animals. Bukit Subang is also notable for being Malaysia’s only city to have its own route numbering for the city’s road

There are also places to visit in Bukit Subang. Some of them are, The Blue Mosque and The Sultan Alam Shah Museum. The Blue Mosque overlooks the Garden of Islamic Arts, a landscaped park inspired by the Quranic Garden of Paradise. This 14-hectare spiritual sanctuary houses nine galleries that display a rich array of Islamic arts such as calligraphy, sculptures, paintings, and architecture. The site is occasionally used for traditional Islamic performances. The Selangor State Museum (Sultan Alam Shah Museum) exhibits many artifacts and artefacts related to Selangor’s past. The old Selangor State Library is adjacent to the museum. Situated nearby, the Selangor Islamic Arts Complex houses many Islamic masterpieces and creativities such as a variety of Islamic calligraphy, known as khat, and a number of precious treasures. Within the complex is an Islamic Art College. An art gallery and performance center named Laman Budaya is situated on the banks of the Lake Gardens, where exhibits and displays take place regularly.

Bukit Subang is a very beautiful and well-developed place with plenty to offer both to its residents and to visitors. Since Bukit Subang is very modernized, the majority of facilities in this neighboring city can be enjoyed. There are shops located in this area making it easy for residents and tourists to do their daily shopping for groceries. Pasar Mini Bulan Bintang, Pasar Mini TBS, Speedmart 99, SK Maju Minimart and MyMyding Subang Bestari are some of those. If you’re not a culinary person or you don’t have time to prepare, there are a couple of places where you can grab food from. Some of them include Red Light Cafe, Restoran Tom Yam Kaw, Restoran D’Denai and Gerai Burger Epoi. In addition to having a varied range of food, Bukit Subang also has several other facilities that are easily accessible to visitors and residents.

Education wise, Bukit Subang is also pretty well equipped as there quite a number of schools you can choose from to send you kids to and the distance is not that far as well. All of them are SK Taman Bukit Subang, SJK(T) Ladang Razak, Sekolah Rendah Islam Ar-Rahimi and SMK Subang. In emergency situations, residents and visitors can still access any of the clinics in the region as well as several clinics are also given. Two of the clinics are the Klinik Sri Jaya, Klinik Mediviron Denai Alam, Poliklinik Mediprima @ Denai Alam, Klinik Subang Perdana and Klinik Siti Denai Alam.

Properties in Bukit Subang are freehold, making the median price of this are MYR 570,000 and the median price psf of MYR 394. Some of the properties that are in this area are, Aralia @ Elmina Gardens, Taman Nusa Subang, Taman Puteri Subang and Acacia Subang.

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