Taman Ukay Prima (also known as Prima Ukay) is a 20 acre mixed development in Kemensah, near Melawati area. It has been developed into a gated and guarded residential development consisting of town villas and semi-detached homes. This housing development is surrounded by exclusive residences such as Prima Villa, Tropika Kemensah and Kemensah Mewah.
The freehold houses in Taman Ukay Prima was built by Beneton Properties. Consisting of either 2-storey or 3-storey high, they are situated on a 40 × 80 ft land area. The 3-storey houses are very spacious and have 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Meanwhile, the 2-storey houses have 4 + 1 room and have a built-up area of 3,500 sf and above. Being an older establishment, the price for these houses have matured. A semi-furnished house is priced from RM1,480,000, with rental value from RM2,500 onwards.
Taman Ukay Perdana is strategically located nearby matured amenities. Taman Melawati Business Center is within 5-minute drive from the neighbourhood. The place is a host to several financial institutions such as Maybank, CIMB and Bank Muamalat. It also plays host to Pos Malaysia, Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), clinics, several workshops, printing stores and eateries. For household needs, Giant Taman Permata is a 10-minute drive from the neighbourhood.
Taman Ukay Prima is easily accessible via the MRR2. Residents can reach the neighbourhood via Jalan Taman Melawati or Jalan Taman Zooview. It is only about 10 kilometres away from the Kuala Lumpur city centre, and is 5 minutes away to Sri Garden International School in Melawati. It is also close to Zoo Negara and Kemensah forest reserve.
At prices from RM1,480,000 onwards, Taman Ukay Prima is an exclusive neighborhood for the wealthy. They are perfect for large families and for inter-generational living, as there are numerous bedrooms. It is also good for families with school-aged children, as it is very close to Sri Garden International School. Sadly, for this hefty price tag, it would have been expected that there would be more than 3 bathrooms. Otherwise, it is a good place for people to be in harmony with nature, as it is next to a forest reserve.
Being an older establishment, many of the houses have been renovated by the owners. One house may not be the same with its neighbour. Kemensah is one of the few areas that still have greeneries that are not yet exploited. The place is a great favourite to those who enjoy participating in recreational activities during the weekends, such as swimming, hiking and ATV riding.