Taman Megah comprises of 2- and 2.5-storey terrace houses and has a total of 543 units within the development. The 2-storey terrace houses mostly have built-up area of approximately 2,800 sf while the 2.5-storey terrace houses typically have built-up areas of approximately 2,900 sf.
A standard unit of 2-storey terrace house consists of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms whilst the 2.5 terrace house comprises of 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. Facilities provided at Taman Megah are 24 hours security and playground.
Taman Megah is within close proximity to many amenities such as Jusco Metro Prima Shopping Centre and Plaza Damas, which are located within a 3.7 km. These shopping centers host several amenities like supermarket, restaurants, cafes, banks and many more.
Schools nearby are SK Taman Kepong, SMK Kepong Baru and a few more. Apart from that, it is situated within mere minutes drive to some prestigious schools like Mont Kiara International School, The International School @ Parkcity.
Taman Megah is accessible via Jalan Kepong and Selayang-Kepong Highway. It is also within close proximity to Duta-Ulu Kelang Expressway and Jalan Kuching. For residents who prefer public transportation, Kepong Sentral KTM Komuter Station is about 5 minutes driving distance away from Taman Megah.
Taman Megah was developed by UOA Group, which is a leading property group that was founded in 1987. It was one of the earliest projects by the Group. UOA Group is also the developer behind numerous development projects such as Villa Yarl, Plaza Menjalara, Desa Bangsar Ria and Menara UOA Bangsar.
There have been many robbery and snatch thief cases reported in several Kepong areas including Taman Megah for the past few years. Some residents were even terrified whenever they hear noises of motorcycles nearby, in fear that something bad would happen to them.
There was a case in 2010 whereby the snatch thieves stripped off a 50 year old womanâ€™s clothes because they were furious that she did not carry any cash or anything valuable on her. Neighborhoods like Taman Megah and Taman Kepong have become some of the main focus of snatch thieves because most residents there are mainly elderly folks.
The residents have been upset with the Kuala Lumpur City Hall over the removal of security boom gates in the area in 2008. Residents were furious over this action as crimes rates were on the high in Kepong at that time. But the security has improved since the mobile police units have been set up at the Kepong Baru Township which helped to reduce the crime rate.