Taman Bukit Permai is an old mixed residential neighborhood on high elevated land amidst green forest as its background. Situated in Cheras, the neighborhood is just next to SHNG Villas, Taman Mega Jaya, and Vista Panorama.
The 2-storey terraces enclave which is also known as ‘Little Genting’ is the major component of Taman Bukit Permai. The terrace house has land area of 20â€™ x 65â€™ with built-ups of 1,400 sf. It is built with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Besides terraces, Taman Bukit Permai also consists of low-cost flats. There are five 6-storey blocks of walk-up flat that house units with built-up sizes range from 652 sf to 880 sf. The flat is built with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
There is vast array of amenities nearby. A number off schools are just mere minutes away including SMK Taman Seraya, SRK Taman Bukit Teratai, SRK Kampung Cheras Baru and SRK Taman Muda.
Other nearby amenities are a government clinic (Klinik Kesihatan Ibu dan Anak), Masjud Nurus Saadah Besides that, it is mere minutes drive away to Leisure Mall, Tesco Ampang and Tesco Extra Cheras. Nearby hospitals are Pantai Hospital Cheras and Hospis Malaysia.
The terrace houses in Taman Bukit Permai boast panoramic view of KL city centre skyline with Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower as the background. Besides that, corner units will enjoy lush greenery views of the remaining green lung of Klang Valley.
The air in the neighborhood of Taman Bukit Permai is fresh and cool. You will definitely be pampered by the forest breeze that get into your homes every morning and evening.
The houses (terraces and flats) are very old and run down. You may find that most terraces have undergone major renovation with further extension at the front or back. Some of the houses feature modern design. The flats are in very bad shape as well, a fresh coat of paint is desperately needed by the flats.
As usual, traffic congestion is a norm issue residing within Klang Valley enclave. You will have to suffer bad traffic congestion coming from MRR2 as well as Jalan Loke Yew during peak hours. It is at least 40 minutes drive to KLCC during peak hours.