Completed in 2010, Ampang Putra Residency is a leasehold serviced residence that resided within the Ampang enclave, which is known to be one of the few expatriate hubs around Klang Valley. The said location is highly accessible via both public and personal transportation.
This development consists of 25 floors with a total of 312 units. The built-up area of the units ranges between 607 sq ft and 3,490 sq ft.
Being close to the city centre area offers residents with enriched lifestyle options. For example, shopping places serving residents around the locale include Ampang Point Mall, Galaxy Ampang Mall, Great Eastern Mall and Spectrum Shopping Mall. Getting to Suria KLCC and the Golden Triangle area with shopping malls and chill-out spots lining out is also a short 10 minutes drive away.
Located within proximity to the Embassy Road, the said residence is often inquired by the expatriates. While its proximity to the city centre ensures the said residence with great connectivity via MRR2, AKLEH and DUKE.
- The nearest bus lines: Bus 253, 300, 421, T303
- The nearest LRT lines: Cahaya LRT, Jelatek LRT, Ampang LRT, Pandan Indah LRT, Cempaka LRT
This neighbourhood is surrounded by a couple of reputable international schools like the International School of Kuala Lumpur, Ampang Hilir (2km) and Sayfol International School (3km), while the nearest public school, Khalifah Model School (Primary) is accessible by foot (550m).
In the event that special medical attention is required, the nearest hospital is the KPJ Ampang Puteri Specialist Hospital (1km), alternatively, residents can opt to visit Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur (2km), Pantai Hospital Ampang (4km) and Prince Court Medical Centre (6km).
While this serviced residence’s exterior might not appear to be as posh as some of the newer developments, it encompasses comprehensive facilities that cater to families of different age groups. These include a swimming pool, wading pool, jacuzzi, children’s playground, gymnasium, BBQ corner and 24-hour security system.
Updated on 29-June-2022