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Platinum Arena: Just right for urbanites
Residents get to enjoy stunning rooftop views.  

Platinum Arena to make its mark along vibrant Old Klang Road Historically, Old Klang Road was the first major links from Kuala Lumpur to Port Klang. Today, it is a busy, mature and self-sustaining area with a wealth of amenities as well as direct access to major expressways. From a variety of residential types and…

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Old Klang Road: Discover the mature suburb and its simple charms
An aerial view of traffic congession during the evening rush hour on Old Klang Road, April 21, 2016. GLENN GUAN/The Star  

Find out what makes the Old Klang Road a gem with the latest edition of StarProperty.my’s Best@OKR on 27th February! In this edition of the Best@ series, StarProperty.my will uncover the secrets of Old Klang Road – the first major road in the Klang Valley connecting the nation’s capital Kuala Lumpur to Klang, the former…

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Added value makes central KL attractive
Masjid Jamek and the River of Life, in central Kuala Lumpur.  

By Hakim Hassan Central Kuala Lumpur is not only a tourism hotspot but also a viable investment zone. According to Full Homes Realty Sdn Bhd group director CY Hon, the area has attracted foreign investment into the country due to competitive pricing for luxury properties when compared to other Southeast Asian cities. “For example, the Ritz-Carlton…

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KL address at a premium
Kampung in City: The biggest Kampung in the Golden Triangle of Kuala Lumpur – Kampung Baru.  

By Ng Pau Ling KL’s Golden Triangle has performed well as a business and lifestyle hub Smack in the middle of modern Kuala Lumpur is the Golden Triangle, a prime commercial, entertainment, and shopping locality with grade-A offices and high-end residences. These most valuable addresses in Malaysia’s capital are a triangular area bounded by three…

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From tin town to sleek city
With its sleek buildings and bustling metropolitan vibes, it is easy to forget that the federal capital began as a tin mining
town back in 1857.  

By Aisyah Suwardi  KL and its Golden Triangle have grown at a rapid pace The city of Kuala Lumpur is perceived differently by different people; it’s a gold mine of opportunities for migrants, a tourist hub for globetrotters, and home for those born and bred here. With its sleek buildings and bustling metropolitan vibes, it…

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Eat, play, and live in the Golden Triangle
The lake at Perdana Botanical Garden in Kuala Lumpur, after its rehabilitation, rising to Class II from Class III making it safe for various water activities and family enjoyment.  

By Viktor Chong, Hakim Hassan, and Kevin Eichenberger Eat, drink, play, learn, and bond at the Golden Triangle There’s so much more to the centre of Kuala Lumpur than record-breaking property values – so much happens here that these few lines may only represent a glimpse into the area known as the Golden Triangle. Get the…

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Kuala Lumpur’s 10-year challenge
Architect Rosli Mohd Ali from PAM's heritage conservation committee to respond to DBKL's proposal of the Heritage Trail  

There’s something about a new year that compels people to look over their lives and compare their current selves to an earlier point in time. While the 10-year challenge has got many people around the world marvelling at their own development over the past decade, some wider perspectives have emerged to highlight places and how…

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Unearth Kuala Lumpur’s inner beauty with Best@Golden Triangle
A sunset making for a beautiful backdrop for The Exchange 106 (TRX Signature Tower), which will become the next tallest building in Malaysia.  

A city that is as vibrant and diverse as its people, Kuala Lumpur is a blend of intriguing sights, sounds, and flavours that make Malaysia truly unique. The significance of Kuala Lumpur was apparent even in its early days as a humble tin mining settlement – when the mineral-rich confluence of two rivers attracted prospectors…

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Quiet charm of Shah Alam
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By Lee Yan Li and Ng Pau Ling WHEN charting the origins of a city, it is tempting to slip in the phrase “humble beginnings” somewhere along the line. Although a cliche, it is often true for many towns that had to endure growing pains before maturing into a modern city. This description does not…

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Top developers come to town
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By Ng Pau Ling pauline@thestar.com.my Lifestyle estates enhance living quality and growth of Shah Alam THE landscape of Shah Alam is littered with different types of landed property in low-density housing arrangements. According to the MBSA City Plan 2020, residential property developments account for 16.85% (5,108.47 ha) of the total land-use area of 30,310.72 ha…

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