All about Bukit Jalil Properties, transport and shops

Located about 15 minutes away from the city center of Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Jalil is among the most popular suburbs around the southern part here. This is because Bukit Jalil is home to the National Sports Stadium as well as the Indoor Putra Stadium where international sporting events are held throughout the calendar year.


Bukit Jalil is situated around the southern region of Kuala Lumpur. It is easily accessible by several major highways and main roads. This suburb is popular because it is among the few located very close by to the city center of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city. This township is very busy during the day as it has many commercial centers and world-class offices. The National Sports Complex is located on the eastern part of Bukit Jalil which leads towards Sri Petaling. Towards the south are the Puchong and Sungai Besi suburbs while the west leads into the city.


Getting to Bukit Jalil is extremely easy through the major roads. The Puchong-Sungai Besi Highways goes into the city via Bukit Jalil while other highways which pass by this area include the Maju Expressway, the New Pantai Expressway as well as the Shah Alam Expressway which means that many other suburbs like Shah Alam, Subang and Bangsar are connected to Bukit Jalil while places like Cheras, Ampang and Wangsa Maju are linked via the Middle Ring Road 2.

In terms of public transport, the T507 RapidKL bus services come here through Kinrara while serving the Puchong areas as well as the T418 that covers Technology Park Malaysia. The Ampang Line Bukit Jalil LRT and the Sri Petaling LRT stations both serve commuters who use the train services to get to other parts of the city. Located not far from Bukit Jalil is the TBS or Terminal Bas Bersepadu Selatan which serves long-distance and express buses.

Shops and Commercial areas

Bukit Jalil is home to Technology Park Malaysia which incubates many international companies and businesses. Around this vicinity is where private institutions like International Medical University (IMU), Technology Park Malaysia (TPM), the Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology and UCTI – The Asia Pacific University College of Technology & Innovation Now APU (Asia Pacific University) are located as well. There are several shop lots like The Link and the recently opened Calvary Convention Center and the Bukit Jalil Golf and Country Resort.


Property prices in Bukit Jalil are among the highest in Kuala Lumpur due to its location and the luxurious living here. There are all types of properties here that include semi-detached houses, bungalows, condominiums and such. This includes the Vista Commonwealth, Greenfields, Jalil Damai, Green Avenue, Jalil Sutera, the Esplanade and Savannah, among others.

Feel free to ask us any questions about Bukit Jalil.

james Asked on October 10, 2015 in Towns & Cities.
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