Salak South Garden, Sungai Besi
Salak South Garden is a freehold residential township situated at Sungai Besi. The enclave is situated nearby De Tropicana and Kuchai Avenue. It comprises of bungalow lots, semi-detached houses, apartments and shop lots.
Bungalows in Salak South Garden typically have built up-area of around 3,200 sf, semi-detached houses have built-up area of about 3,200 sf while apartments have built up areas of around 650 sf. Shop lots mainly have built up areas of around 3,200 sf. It is within close proximity to many amenities such as Endah Parade Shopping Centre which is about 9 minutes driving distance away.
Endah Parade hosts many amenities such as restaurants, salon, supermarket, clinic and more. Apart from that, residents can also head to Kuchai Lama Entrepreneurs Park which is only about 6 minutes drive away, whereby there are many restaurants and eateries, mini markets, salon, cafes, clinic and much more for the convenience of the residents. Schools nearby are SRJK Salak South, SJK(C) Salak Selatan, and Institut Sosial Malaysia all situated within a 1.4km radius.
Salak South Garden is accessible via Sungai Besi Highway and Kuala Lumpur-Putrajaya Highway. For residents who choose to commute via public transportation, they can go to Bandar Tasik Selatan Terminal which facilitates a bus terminal, ERL and LRT, which is located just about 1.9km away.
Salak South Garden, Sungai Besi Average For Sale Price
There have been complaints by the residents of Salak South Garden over the construction of 2 new shop houses situated at Jalan Hang Tuah 3. Jalan Hang Tuah 3 is one of the main entrance and with the construction of 2 new shop houses along that road will cause the already congested road to be even more jammed up.
According to Salak South Garden Goodwill and Welfare Association secretary, Chow Heng Chong, commercial areas will be greatly affected as the 2 new shop houses will hinder traffic into the area. Residents are furious over the decision of DBKL to turn the already congested road into a one-way lane which they said, does not make sense at all.
Apart from this issue, there have also been at least 5 cases of crimes involving car theft, snatch thieves and break-ins every month in the Salak South Garden area. Residents have urged for a patrol team to help prevent these crimes from rising but a previous attempt to build a voluntary patrol team has failed. There has been no cooperation amongst the residents there as there are no residents who are willing to take the lead.