Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur

Jalan Ipoh (also known as Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah) is a city that is located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. There are aplenty of local Chinese cuisines that you can find in this area because the majority of people living here are Chinese. However, more and more new lavish developments are targeting this area in the recent years. The MRT Jalan Ipoh station along the main road is expected to be completed and start operating in 2021.

Some of the notable landmarks in this city include Plaza Pengkalan, Menara KIP and Wisma Kah Motor.

This city has many amenities nearby, for example metro transport stations, universities, schools and hospitals. The following are some main metro transport stations here:

As for universities, there are Adroit College, Cosmopoint International College University, International Open College, Isba Uk Thinking Skills College & Academy, KL Metropolitan University College, Kolej Universiti Antarabangsa Picoms (Piuc), Perdana University Clinical Centre, Rainforest Mountain University, Sri College, The Regency College and Young Aces Technical College.

There are also some schools here, i.e. Chi Man Chinese Primary School 志文国民型华文小学, Kiaramas Secondary School, Montkiara International School, Raja Abdullah Secondary School, SJK (C) Khai Chee 启智华小, SK Sentul 2, SMK (Perempuan) Jalan Ipoh, SMK Raja Ali, Segambut Primary School and Sri Delima Primary School.

Lastly, the hospitals here are Damai Service Hospital HQ, KPJ Sentosa KL Specialist Hospital, KPJ Tawakkal KL Specialist Hospital, Lourdes Medical Centre and Sentul Medical Centre.

Latest Jalan Ipoh for sale listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upPrice
TodayCondominium560 sfRM420,000
TodayCondominium943 sfRM710,000
TodayCondominium1,050 sfRM450,000
TodayPenthouse2,350 sfRM670,000
TodayCondominium1,216 sfRM400,000
TodayTerrace1,000 sfRM630,000
TodayApartment1,356 sfRM700,000
TodayShop-Office700 sfRM550,000
TodayCondominium-NA-RM300,000
TodayCondominium1,098 sfRM650,000

Latest Jalan Ipoh for rent listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upRental
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM1,200
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM800
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM1,100
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM1,100
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM959
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM650
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM680
TodayCondominium936 sfRM1,700
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM489
TodayRoom In Apartment-NA-RM650
10 user comments on Jalan Ipoh
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Lowyat
1 Mar 2018 @ 3:37 PM

isnt it there used to be a lake?

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Lowyat
9 Mar 2018 @ 10:51 AM

they filled the lake... and build on the filled lake.....

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Lowyat
11 Apr 2018 @ 10:10 AM

Incinerator in this area is no longer applicable? sorry if I've missed the news.. but the land fill still smelly..

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Lowyat
17 May 2018 @ 5:42 PM

Personally... I against they reclaim the lake for commercial development... It is for water detention purpose....

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Lowyat
7 Jun 2018 @ 8:31 AM

Hopefully they cancel that incinerator outright and drop the bidding. But now only left the landfill.

I wonder if there are any plans to move it elsewhere coz I recall that those living nearby complained of how bad the smell is.

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Lowyat
7 Jun 2018 @ 9:53 AM

They are treating the landfills, based on what I saw. I think, eventually it will go too as it's a big piece of land.

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Lowyat
30 Apr 2019 @ 4:14 PM

how actually it matters whether the land was tin mining , garbage landfil or reclamation? got safety or fengshui issue or it depends on the individual?

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Lowyat
30 Apr 2019 @ 4:43 PM

If landfills are not properly stabilized, due to earth movement or stress conditions may cause liquefaction of the ground structures of the building in long term

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Lowyat
1 May 2019 @ 7:08 PM

Each to its own.

If you think landfill, ex tin mining land and reclaimed land are safe, then go for it.

Lim Eng Jin
15 Nov 2019 @ 11:26 PM

Heard that the condo is built above the lake according to https://lakecity-kl-north.com, is it true?