1. Is Sentul a good place to live?
Sentul is situated nearby Kuala Lumpur's city centre which makes access to the main city extra convenient for its residents. The low property prices also make this suburb an ideal place for many.
2. Is Sentul safe?
Sentul used to be a hotspot for crime and gang activities. However, the district's police have successfully curbed the number of crimes after adopting the 2E approach (Environment-and-Education).
3. What are good places to eat in Sentul?
Lau Heong Seafood Restaurant is famous for serving fresh seafood from Perak. Fish curry and fried chicken are crowd favourites. Tastebud is another popular eatery in Sentul that serves authentic Indian cuisine like Paneer Butter Masala.
4. What are some things to do in Sentul?
Residents of Sentul enjoy visiting the stunning Metropolitan Batu Park for a leisurely stroll. Sentul Park is another popular park where visitors can marvel at historical buildings while surrounded by nature.
Sentul Park is renowned for being the site of the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre where locals can watch live orchestras and theatre productions in a 119-year-old heritage building.
5. Is there a condo near Sentul LRT?
Sang Suria Condominium in Jalan Ipoh is about 3km away from the Sentul LRT station. The Menara Orkid apartment is even closer and takes about 7 minutes to reach the Sentul LRT on foot and 4 minutes if you travel by car.
Sandwiched between Titiwangsa and Segambut, Sentul used to house thousands of railway workers from India during its prewar days. Today, its remaining historical temples, shops, and schools offer residents of this small suburb a taste of the old world amidst modern amenities.
Much like its neighbour, Setapak, Sentul is only a short distance away from Kuala Lumpur city centre. The town is divided into West Sentul and East Sentul with two major roads serving the area - Jalan Sentul and Jalan Ipoh.
Sentul is perhaps best known for the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre, fondly referred to as KLPac among the locals. Since opening its doors in May 2005, this award-winning performing arts centre has hosted a variety of festivals, events and performers. It is also a performing arts academy open even to the underprivileged.
Sentul is accessible via the MRR2, DUKE, Sultan Iskandar Highway, Jalan Duta-Segambut Highway, and Sentul Link on top of several other arterial roads. Sentul and Sentul Timur are both LRT stations that service the town while only one KTM station (Sentul) is in service.
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