Prai Tropika, Seberang Jaya
Prai Tropika is a terrace housing estate located in Seberang Jaya, Penang. It is developed by Prima Prai Group. This freehold residential development is sited near to Giant Hypermarket Prima Prai and Perai Utama Apartment.
Prai Tropika comprises of 2½-storey terrace houses and each is built with a land area of 22’ x 56’ and a built-up size of 2,127 sf. Each unit has 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. There are a total of 54 units to be built. The car porch can fit 2 cars side-by-side. It was launched in 2011 with a price tag starting from RM374,000.
There are ample amenities which can be found in the area. Just next the housing area is Giant Hypermarket whereby you can find almost everything from fresh produce to clothes and bakeries. If that is not sufficient, you may walk to an old market (Pasar Lama) located just 10 minutes walking distance away.
Adding to that, St Mark Primary School is just across the street and SRJK © Chung Hwa 3 is also within walking distance. Other nearby amenities include Perai Police Station, Jamek Prai Mosque and several shop-lots around the housing area.
In terms of accessibility, Prai Tropika is strategically positioned within extensive highways network such as Lebuhraya Lingkaran Luar Butterworth, North-South (PLUS) Highway and Butterworth-Kulim Highway. It is just a mere 5 minutes’ drive to the Penang Bridge and the Ferry Terminal.
Prai Tropika is a good for investment as well as own stay. There are many factors that will contribute to the success of this project such as its strategic location – whereby you can find almost all needed amenities to raise a family here. Not only that, the fact that it is near to the Penang Bridge and the Ferry Terminal is very convenient for most of Penangites who work in the island but couldn’t afford to own a house in it.
Not just the location, the price is about right and very appealing. Perhaps that is the reason why it is currently being traded at about 20% higher than the launch price. Seeing the potential that lies in Prai Tropika, it would definitely worth every dime.