One of the international zones under the Kuala Lumpur Structure Plan 2020, Bukit Jalil first gained popularity during the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Since then, it has become a household name in Bukit Jalil.
Bukit Jalil previously hosted the 2017 Southeast Asian Games and is home to The Kuala Lumpur Sports City, a fully-integrated sports hub. It includes sports training facilities, a convention centre, a youth park and more.
Bukit Jalil has also attracted various residential developments and educational institutions, such as the International Medical University (IMU) and Technology Park Malaysia College.
Despite being a small area, Bukit Jalil packs a punch with its list of amenities. There is the Bukit Jalil Golf & Country Resort, a 165-acre 18-hole golf course with tennis, squash and badminton courts, a gymnasium and more.
There is also the Bukit Jalil Recreational Park, which includes a picnic area, a children’s playground, and jogging and walking trails.
The park also features a designated area for the disabled and an international garden for children to explore.
Bukit Jalil’s popularity is due to its proximity to the Kuala Lumpur city centre and other well-established areas, such as Cheras and Puchong.
It is also easily accessible via the Shah Alam Expressway (Kesas), Bukit Jalil Expressway, Maju Expressway (Mex) and the KL-Seremban Highway.
Today, with the revival of the National Sports Complex and the 50-acre Bukit Jalil City, the township is transforming into a modern hub of style and living.
What’s more, there are other residential, commercial and industrial developments in Bukit Jalil, signifying a solid growth for the neighbourhood.
Here is a look at Bukit Jalil’s four latest development projects.
What’s In Bukit Jalil?
1. The Tropika
The Tropika is a freehold serviced residence in Bukit Jalil. It is a unique nature-inspired mixed development comprising residential and commercial features that combine community living with city conveniences.
Built facing a lush 400-acre golf course, The Tropika features units ranging from 732 sq. ft to 1,318 sq. ft, with prices starting at RM750 psf or from RM549,000.
Residents get to enjoy a total of 68 facilities, including those at the 2.9-acre facilities podium. Among the facilities are a private dining room, a picnic area, vending machines, a thematic playground, an infinity pool and even a co-sharing workspace.
2. The Park 2
The Park 2 is a luxury serviced apartment located at Jalan Persiaran Jalil 3, Kuala Lumpur. Although it is mostly preferred by expatriates and wealthy buyers, its features and location make The Park 2 a worthwhile investment.
The property is located at the centre of Bukit Jalil with access to the KL-Seremban Highway, LDP, MEX Highway, MRR2 Highway, KESAS Highway and Lebuhraya Bukit Jalil.
There are also three LRT stations nearby: Sri Petaling LRT Station, Bukit Jalil LRT Station and Awan Besar LRT Station.
Residents of The Park 2 can enjoy a variety of facilities, including a children’s playground, swimming pool and gymnasium
The property is also directly linked to Bukit Jalil Pavilion 2 via a link bridge, which residents can use to access retail shops, entertainment facilities, restaurants and more.
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3. Bukit Jalil Pavilion 2
Nestled amongst high-rise buildings and busy city life, Bukit Jalil Pavilion 2 is the next shopping haven in KL to visit.
Since its official opening on 3rd December in 2021, shoppers have been flocking over to this premium mall to indulge in a one-of-a-kind shopping experience.
With 5 floors spanning over 1.8 million square feet, Bukit Jalil Pavilion 2 is home to many Asian-themed shops. Visitors can easily splurge on delicacies, fashion, and home and living products from countries like Korea, Thailand and Japan all in one place.
Moreover, the retail spot also features spacious indoor and outdoor event spaces. The Piazza is a 28,000 square feet venue for outdoor events, while the Exhibition Centre is a 47,000 square feet venue that caters for consumer fair events.
The Centre Court, the heart of the mall, mainly hosts grand celebrations and launches.
4. Bukit Jalil Sentral
Bukit Jalil Sentral, which measures 76.14 acres, is a mixed development project with a gross development value (GDV) of RM21 billion. It is reported that the project will be built over 20 years with an estimated gross development value of RM21 billion.
Construction is reported to have started in 2018, and it will be built over 20 years. Besides serviced apartments, the enormous project will comprise retail malls, hotels, shop offices and office towers.
Bukit Jalil: A Property Hot Spot
Properties in Bukit Jalil are fairly affordable, with access to the city centre and a wide range of amenities.
As it is becoming a sought-after address for the middle- to high-income class and young working professionals, the area has seen rapid development over the past few years.
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