Maluri, or alternatively known as Taman Maluri is a region located in the east of Kuala Lumpur, specifically within the boundaries of the local Cheras constituency. Situated close to Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, it is also adjacent to Pandan Jaya, Kampung Pandan and Jalan Cochrane. Owing to its strategic location and multiple access points for transport, landowners within the local housing estate has been known to value their properties well, making property sales particular expensive, if not rare to begin with. Major developments are expected within the area and one can expect Maluri’s appeal to grow in time as well.
By road transports, Maluri is accessible via Jalan Cheras, one of the major federal highways within Kuala Lumpur. However, given the possible severity of unexpected traffic conditions present, a viable alternative would be via train to AEON-Maluri MRT Station. Catering to both light rapid transit (LRT) and mass rapid transit (MRT) services, the station is accessible through the LRT Ampang Line and MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang line with interchanges between the two lines made possible here through an elevated pedestrian walkway. The presence of a parking upon payment space at the station also allows for visitors to changes their modes of transport, as convenient.
Located on Jalan Cheras since 1990, the stadium has a capacity of 4500 fans at any given time. Badminton has long been a popular sport in Malaysian and the stadium stands as a testimony to this, so much so that it currently houses the Badminton Asia Confederation and for a time in its history, also acted as the headquarters for the Badminton World Federation from 2005-2006, prior to its relocation to Putra Stadium, Bukit Jalil. Renovations are currently planned for the stadium with aims of providing more comfort, expected to begin on the final quarter of 2017.
Think home furnishing, think IKEA. An exaggeration by no means given its hold on the market for furnitures, IKEA Cheras represents the first step in the brands reach for the hearts of Malaysians around. While another store in Damansara is now operational and 2 more expected soon, this store has long been the hub for Malaysians, be it for their products or for their famous meatballs, and one can expect this to not change anytime soon. The store is open from 9:30 am to 10pm on Monday to Thursday, and from 9:30am to 11pm on Friday to Sunday, eve and on public holidays, with the restaurant closing 30 minutes earlier.
Education is a path that takes many forms and in this school, it is a story developing still. Established in 1991, Taylor’s International School is true to its name, an international school that uniquely has its roots in the Malaysian curriculum catering for athletes of the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM). That all changed in 2011, with the introduction of England’s national curriculum, signifying the start of Sri Garden International which has since been changed into its current name since 2014. The school is part the 9 institutions present within Taylor’s Education Group, currently consisting of 22,000 students in countries such as Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam. Quality wise, following assessment by numerous strict criteria, the school has been certified as a 5-star school by the Ministry of Education and has also been an accredited Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) examination centre since 2011.
The first of its kind in Malaysia, Viva Home is an integrated lifestyle centre with a diverse selection of home retailers, as well as, an abundant mix of food and beverage outlets, fashion, and entertainment. Located in a prime location, Viva Home has undoubtedly become an ideal destination for the modern mall enthusiast looking for a convenient place to shop, dine, and enjoy.