Sri Pinang Villa, Pandan
Sri Pinang Villa is a freehold apartment situated at Taman Cempaka, Ampang. It is neighboring residential development includes City Garden Palm Villa, Pandan Utama and Pandan Indah. It offers units with built-up area ranging from 1,068 sf to 1,344 sf. A standard unit here comprises of 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Facilities provided are 24 hours security and covered parking lots.
Sri Pinang Villa is approximately 7 minutes walk to Axis Pandan which houses Carrefour and abundance of restaurants and specialty stores and retail stores. Also, it is nearby Mid Point Shopping Centre and Tesco Ampang which are located about 5 minutes driving distance away. Apart from that, residents of Sri Pinang Villa can also go to Galaxy Ampang Shopping Centre or Ampang Point Shopping Centre, both located within a 2.3km radius. In addition, the commercial enclaves nearby host many amenities such as restaurants and eateries, banks, supermarkets, cinema, retail outlets and much more.
It is also within close proximity to many schools such as SRK Taman Nirwana, SK Ampang, SRJK(T) Ampang, SM Dato Ahmad Razali and a few more. All of these schools are located no further than 1.5km. It is easily accessible via Jalan Cahaya and also via major highways like Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2). For residents who prefer to commute to other areas via public transportation, they can head over to the nearest RapidKL station such as RapidKL Bus Terminal Taman Dagang or RapidKL Cahaya.
Sri Pinang Villa is located at a very convenient area with many amenities within mere walking distance from the apartment. However, the apartment is surrounded by several low cost residential developments and there is a concern over crime rates around the area. There have been complaints of the crime rate at a high in areas of Taman Cempaka in year 2009 and that residents have been a target for criminals especially during festive seasons. Complaints regarding break-ins, car theft and snatch thief were on the rise despite having patrol polices around the area quite often. Residents have urged police to keep a closer eye for fear of their own safety.