I think you have to determine where about are you going to work in KL first before deciding where to live. Perhaps it is also good that you have worked out a budget, and the type of apartment (eg. no. of rooms) you are looking at.Hafez_Paris said:Thanks Guys
is Damansara Perdana nice place ? what is the best way to look for an apartement there? any website or newspapers?
i would love quiet place close to any train or metro station as i dont have any car only my legs :gossip:
Lastresorter said:I would suggest Damansara Perdana/ Mutiara Damansara in PJ
Lastresorter said:I think you have to determine where about are you going to work in KL first before deciding where to live. Perhaps it is also good that you have worked out a budget, and the type of apartment (eg. no. of rooms) you are looking at.
alienwong said:now wangsa maju is lot of crimes alr, i don think wangsa maju is a safe place. when i read newspaper, i can read the somebody had been robbed in wangsa maju, be careful a bit when stay in wangsa maju.......
Lastresorter said:I just thought of a place, which is often neglected in discussion - TTDI (Taman Tun Dr Ismail).
Hafez-Pariz you might want to put TTDI on the top of your list. This is a very quiet place with beautiful treelines, near to world-class shopping malls (1 Utama is within walking distance, slightly further away are the Curve, Ikea, etc). No worries on public transport as it has lotsa bus stops. It is close to eating places such as Damansara Utama, Damansara Jaya, even to Damansara Perdana, all within walking distance. TTDI town centre is also a food paradise by itself. TTDI also has a big market. If you dont mind to do abit more walking, you can actually go to SS2, which is PJ's ultimate food paradise. TTDI also has many many parks, the biggest being TTDI Park which is a forest reserve. Crime rate in TTDI is reputably one of the lowest in KL and even in Klang Valley. Having said that, it is indeed an affluent neighbourhood.