Best@Bukit Jalil

Bukit Jalil under the microscope
Commonwealth Village, Bukit Jalil  

By Lee Yan Li and Ng Pau Ling According to the World Bank Group’s 2015 report titled “East Asia’s Changing Urban Landscape: Measuring a Decade of Spatial Growth,” Malaysia is among the more urbanised countries of East Asia. The overall urban area of Kuala Lumpur grew from about four million inhabitants in 2000 to 5.8…

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Bukit Jalil: The Feng shui
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Falling on the left embrace of the Green Dragon, Bukit Jalil despite its image as the fount of Malaysian sports is also an ideal place for education. Feng shui master Jessie Lee provides her analysis regarding the topography of the land. Her innate understanding of Feng Shui will help you discover the convergence of this…

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Eat, Drink, Play, Learn and Bond at Bukit Jalil
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Compiled by Viktor Chong Looking for the best places to do in Bukit Jalil? Discover our favourites places to eat, drink, play, learn and bond in Bukit Jalil! EAT Fishee Coffee Fishee holds a closely-guarded family secret of baking bread, and their fluffy, fragrant home-made offering is beyond measure. Look out for the Carbonara Spaghetti…

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From wasteland to trendy neighbourhood
The Bukit Jalil National Stadium is among the 15 biggest stadiums in the world.  

Compiled by Ng Pau Ling, Viktor Chong and Lee Yan Li Bukit Jalil’s two-decade transformation shows the power of sports as an impetus for change MUCH has been said about the benefits of large-scale infrastructure spearheaded by governments throughout the world. Mega projects, often involving a huge amount of taxpayers’ money, are seen as daring…

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Catching up with the fast pace of Bukit Jalil
Aerial view of Bukit Jalil stadium.  

The measure of a property’s worth is often cold and analytical, done through the lens of professionals who worship empirical formulas. However, the soul of a land is not so easily quantified through numbers. StarProperty.my’s Best@ series will address this issue by bringing a more human touch and understanding to a particular area in Malaysia….

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Two towers of convenience
Artist's impression: RBBJ is LBS's vote of confidence on Bukit Jalil’s potential.  

LBS Bina’s RBBJ offers active and trendy living in Bukit Jalil BUKIT Jalil’s transformation began with the Commonwealth Games in 1998. Since then, the home of the country’s national stadium has continued to evolve. While the locality has grown into a modern and vibrant neighbourhood, it has retained its distinct characteristics as a trendy and…

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Builders of Bukit Jalil: The hands that laid the foundation
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By Ng Pau Ling pauline@thestar.com.my THE advent of an international sporting event led to the successful transformation of Bukit Jalil, with an increasing number of developers arriving at the scene. The pioneer Berjaya Land Bhd, the pioneer developer in Bukit Jalil. It started in the early 1990s by building the 18-hole Bukit Jalil Golf and Country…

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Contest: “Explore Bukit Jalil”
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Read the Best@Bukit Jalil pullout on June 27 and stand a chance to win a calendar potted plant  To join the “Explore Bukit Jalil” contest: 1. Read the Best@Bukit Jalil pullout on June 27, 2018. 2. Answer the question and stand a chance to win a calendar potted plant. 3. “Would you want to stay…

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