Mont Kiara
One of the Klang Valley's newest developments, Sri Hartamas is one of the most accessible neighbourhoods here. The calm environment of this area is a definite plus point for those who value serene, placid surroundings.

The Sri Hartamas region, where Mont Kiara is situated, has gradually evolved over the past 15 years to being home to the many high-rise luxury condominiums that bedeck it, today. Expectedly, Sri Hartamas is now a premier and highly sought out address, especially by the expatriate community in Kuala Lumpur.

Accessibility to Sri Hartamas from Petaling Jaya and Bangsar is convenient through Jalan Bukit Kiara, from the city centre or the North-South Expressway, Jalan Duta exit leads direct to Jalan Sri Hartamas. The area boasts excellent infrastructure and easy access to the recreational facilities of nearby Bukit Kiara.

Bukit Kiara

The Malaysian Government is keen to etch Kuala Lumpur's place on the world map, as an international property destination. As such, it has earmarked 467 acres of land neighbouring Damansara Heights, Taman Tun Dr Ismail and Bukit Kiara as the country's largest public park - slated to be in the same league as London's Hyde Park and New York's Central Park.

Bukit Kiara is popular amongst nature-lovers for its thick jungle trails, undulating hills and lush greenery. It is also home to a number of top notch recreational facilities including the Bukit Kiara Equestrian & Country Resort, Selangor Club, Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club and Bukit Kiara Sports Complex - which collectively comprises of a swimming pool, gymnasium, bowling alley, golf course, indoor and outdoor tennis courts, as well as equestrian facilities.

Some of the newly-completed, posh condominiums in the vicinity of Sri Hartamas, Mont Kiara and Bukit Kiara include Mont'Kiara Aman, I-zen@Kiara 11, Flora Murni, and Kiara Designer Suites. International schools in the area include the Garden International School, Mont Kiara International School and Lycee Francais de Kuala Lumpur (French International School). We are talking about a self-contained neighbourhood, duly supplemented by nearby business centres, restaurants, cafes.

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