No 8 Lorong Ceylon, Off Jalan Raja Chulan, Bukit Ceylon, 50250, Kuala Lumpur
- Built-up : 1,200 sq. ft.
- Land area : -
Seri Bukit Ceylon, Bukit Ceylon, Bukit Bintang
* Fully Furnished *
* High Floor *
* Good View *
Seri Bukit Ceylon (also known as Somerset) is a towering serviced residence located within the heart of the Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur. It is situated along Lorong Ceylon.
Most facilities within Seri Bukit Ceylon are shared facilities among the guests and residents. These include a medium sized swimming pool on the 4th floor and gymnasium. Besides that, the building houses a small cafe, namely Soires at the pool area that serves basic meals from 7.00 am to 10.00 pm.
Seri Bukit Ceylon is designed to facilitate and cater global traveler and family. It is well located with numerous amenities and facilities within reach. You can reach RHB Bank at Jalan Bukit Bintang, Frangipani Restaurant and Bar, and rows of bars, restaurants and commercials.
Seri Bukit Ceylon is just minutes away from Raja Chulan monorail station. From the monorail station, you can reach various destinations into the heart of the city, or take a ride to the KL Sentral and take other mean of transportation.
Also, there are several of shopping galore to suit your lifestyle, among others including Pavilion KL, Lot 10, Starhill Gallery, Suria KLCC and Berjaya Times Square. These shopping malls houses hundreds of apparel brands and designers’ stores. Not only that, you also find cheap and cultural goodies at Petaling Street, the Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur, and Central Market located not far away from the vicinity.
For nightlife, you can hang out and chill with friends at the rows of bars within Bukit Bintang enclave. Or if you prefer to party instead, you can hop into the clubs residing along Jalan P Ramlee and within the Golden Triangle enclave. Among the hottest clubs in the vicinity are The Beach, Nouvo, Rumms Jungle and Zouk.
Asking Price per sq. ft.:
29 Oct 2018
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