Taman Sri Muda
Taman Sri Muda (also known as Seksyen 25) is a well-known residential and commercial area located in Shah Alam. It is situated near to Section 23, Section 24, Section 26 and Alam Impian. It comprises of freehold apartments, 2-storey terrace, residential land and also 1.5-storey factories.
Apartments in Taman Sri Muda comprise of units with a built-up area of 750 sf and built with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. The 2-storey terraces have a land area of 840 sf and a built-up area of 994 sf and the houses are equipped with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The residential lands have a land area of 8,600 sf. The 1.5-storey factories have a built-up area of 3,000 sf.
Residents do not need to look far for amenities as Taman Sri Muda houses ample shop lots and there are even a Carrefour supermarket and mini markets so that residents can shop for their basic necessities with ease. There is also an open wet market located within the vicinity of Taman Sri Muda for residents who love to purchase fresh produce. There are also rows of shop lots housing clinics, restaurants, cafes, workshops and many more, all situated here.
SK Taman Sri Muda, SMK Taman Sri Muda and SK Taman Sri Muda 2 are sited within the proximity of Taman Sri Muda. Taman Sri Muda is easily accessible using highways like the Kemuning-Shah Alam Highway, ELITE Highway and also the Shah Alam Highway (KESAS). For residents who travel using public transportation, there is KTM Shah Alam Station sited about a 2.07km away from Taman Sri Muda.
Taman Sri Muda offers affordable properties. The area was flooded once about 20 years ago and many families moved out of Taman Sri Muda because of this flood. However, this flooding doesn't happen anymore since the rubbish trap and over the river has been fixed in 1995. Moreover, the river has been made into a large concrete walled storm drain and hence the river now flows smoothly through the area with no danger of flooding.
There are many people who bought mid-cost 2 storey compact house and 3 storey compact house in Taman Sri Muda for investment purposes. While the medium-cost standard 1,300 sf 2 storey units adjacent to Kesas Highway are mainly occupied by family. It has boomed ever since Kota Kemuning established just about 1km away from the area.
Many new developments are also seen mushrooming around here and this further pushes the prices of property upwards. Another factor adding to the steep increase in prices in this area is due to the freehold land status which is highly sought after by astute investors. In recent years, Taman Sri Muda is no longer considered a cheap area, and many of the properties there are owned by investors.