located in the well-established township, Bandar Bukit Puchong, which is a FREEHOLD low density high rise development with only 300 units which are ideal for own stay. It offers nine different layouts to choose from, starting from the smallest at 624 sq ft up to a four plus one rooms, four bathrooms unit at 2,475 sq ft. The completed condo units are partially furnished with kitchen cabinet, hob & hood, fully air-conditioned and come with 2, 3 , 4 or even 5 car park bays according to different layout design. Bukit Puchong, a township development thats worth RM3 billion and spans 1,290 acres is BDHSBs flagship project. Its good to know that this developer has also developed 5,200 residential units, 400 commercial ones, and 450 industrial properties as to date and is an affiliate to the Malaysian Governing Body of Real Estate and Housing Developers Association (REHDA). Some of their completed and ongoing projects include 38 Business Park, Ametis Terraces, Baiduri Courts, and Nilam Puri Condominium. Kuala Lumpur city centre is 27 kilometres away while Petaling Jaya is just half of that so yeah, Puchong is one ideal location no doubt. Combine that with the fact that ample highways connect it to other blooming townships like Bandar Damansara all the way to Kepong through LDP (hence the acronym for Lebuhraya Damansara Puchong, get it?), and KESAS that can lead one to reaching Port Klang and Sri Petaling, this town is even perfect for those whose hometowns are in the southern states of Peninsular Malaysia like Negeri Sembilan and Melaka since its nearness to the North-South Expressway makes the commute that much easier, especially during the Balik Kampung craze. So whats with all the traffic woes then? Well, for the past ten years or so from the construction and sometimes expansion of highways, now is the train lines turn to add into the overcrowding of developments in Puchong apart from the existing ones like projects of new commercial centres and residential areas. It tends to be overwhelming at times but in the end, its all for the best. The newly operational LRT stations like Puchong Prima, Puchong Perdana, and Pusat Bandar Puchong for example are surely good news right? Education-wise, Puchong has lots to offer and by lots, we mean LOTS. With more than thirty primary and secondary schools like SK Puchong Perdana, SK Puchong Indah, SMK Puchong Utama 1, and SMK Puchong Permai, theres even international school options like Rafflesia International School and Taylors International School Puchong Campus here. And for tertiary options, one can always enrol their kids into institutions of higher learning like UPM, UNITEN and MMU in neighbouring townships of Serdang and Putrajaya. Healthcare-wise, apart from small private clinics strewn all over the commercial centres, there are also private hospitals like Columbia Asia Hospital and KPMC Puchong Medical Centre to serve the residents there. There are many sub-townships in Puchong like Puchong Utama, Bandar Puchong Jaya, and Bandar Kinrara. Epic Suites is located in Bukit Puchong Newtown or BP Newtown and is part of the sub-township of Puchong called Bandar Bukit Puchong which is mainly developed by BDHSB. Its near the end of the LDP line and is much closer to Cyberjaya and Putrajaya than Bandar Sunway and covers an area of 1,290 acres worth of freehold landbank valued at an estimate of around RM3 billion. In fact, two major attraction namely the supermarket Tesco Bukit Puchong and Taylors International School are located in this township, the former being around one kilometre away and the latter around three kilometres away from Epic Residence. Pretty convenient wont you say?