Bangsar is the unofficial 'border' that demarcates Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, making it a strategic locality.

With easy accessibility from Jalan Bangsar on one side - which links to the Federal Highway and city centre - and the other end from Jalan Damansara - connecting to Jalan Duta and the North-South Highway - Bangsar has long been viewed as a hub that connects Kuala Lumpur's major roads.

The New Pantai Expressway (NPE) enjoins Subang Jaya to Bangsar, while the Putra LRT (Light Rail Transit) along Jalan Bangsar and taxis make commuting fast and easy. Just minutes' drive away is Brickfields, where the integrated, central hub of transportation at KL Sentral enables commuters to switch modes of transportation between the City Air Terminal, KLIA Express, Monorail, Putra LRT (Light Rail Transit) or KTM (train) - depending on their destinations.

Renowned for its nightlife, Bangsar has over 50 pubs, cafes and restaurants in the Telawi area alone. The neighbourhood also brims with art galleries, decoration shops, bookstores, banks, salons and has two major shopping complexes - Bangsar Shopping Centre and Bangsar Village. In close proximity to Bangsar is one of Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia's largest shopping haunts, Midvalley Megamall.

There are many high-rise condominiums in Bangsar, popular amongst foreigners and local investors alike. Indeed, the area offers a wide variety of residences to choose from - including sprawling hillside bungalow houses and luxury condominiums, with the most recent being 'The Loft'.

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