Taman OUG (also known as Overseas Union Garden) is an area located amidst the backdrop of the matured neighborhood of Old Klang Road. It was opened in the mid of 1970s and is also near the greenery suburb of Taman Desa, which is always a choice location for living for both locals and expatriates alike.
Taman OUG is strategically located and accessible through the Old Klang Road and it is also a mere 15 minutes journey to reach the Kuala Lumpur city centre, Bangsar or Petaling Jaya for variety of business, shopping and entertainment options.
Taman OUG comes with easy access to major expressways such as the New Pantai Expressway (NPE), easy access to KLIA-Putrajaya Highway via the Seremban Highway or at Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur – Seremban Highway, Kerinchi Link, SMART expressway, SPRINT highway, and also the Federal Highway-Taman Connaught Highway.
In addition, the Taman OUG residential enclave also provides its residents with convenient access to public amenities and township facilities, such as two secondary schools, a primary school, shops and eating outlets, Pearl Point Shopping Mall, Pearl Point International Hotel, Central Plaza, OUG Plaza, OUG Parkson, Taman Desa Medical Centre, Desa Water Park, Taman Desa Fire Department, Faber Towers office, Danau Desa commercial centres, wet market and also situated nearby one of Kuala Lumpur’s largest shopping centres, the Mid Valley Megamall.
Taman OUG in Old Klang Road is without a doubt a development that provides a safe and peaceful living to cater for middle income market buyers and strategically located with close proximity to variety of conveniences, along with panoramic views and the fresh air of Taman Desa’s and Bukit OUG greens surrounding.
In terms of convenience, there are numerous amenities to be found nearby the Taman OUG residential area, which include schools, convenient stores, food court, petrol station, shopping malls and hypermarkets, hospitals, along with such easy accessibility from the numerous highways leading to this place and connecting it to the city centre or other destinations or even to the nearest best-known neighbouring districts like Sri Petaling, Bukit Jalil, Bangsar, Bandar Sunway, Subang Jaya or Petaling Jaya.
In view of investment potential, as WCT has planned mixed development with gross development value (GDV) of at least RM4 billion on an estimated 60-acre (24 ha) site at Taman OUG that it acquired, where project expect to kick-off on year 2014 and last for 8 to 10 years, the price of the properties in Taman OUG expected would appreciate further once the development completed.
Also, as according to DBKL Structure Plan 2020, emphasis will be placed on developing the district centre at Bukit Jalil and a new district centre shall be developed in Taman Bukit Indah of Jalan Klang Lama. As Taman OUG is just next to Taman Bukit Indah, it will directly benefits from the development plan.