Kepong is heavily populated and filled with extreme traffic. It is also well-known for the ever-presence of activities.
Its communities are neighborhoods that have been developed a long time ago, meaning that Kepong also boasts of leisurely destinations such as FRIM’s Taman Botanic and Kepong Metropolitan Lake Gardens.
Kepong Metropolitan Lake Gardens sits right in the commercial center of Metro Prima in Taman Usahawan Kepong.
Seated at the edge of this 220-acre lake are three 42-storey towers known as Mizumi Residences, suitably named as “Mizumi” in Japanese means “lake”.
Kepong’s over-flowing population is as a result of its being surrounded by various shops carrying on businesses which are common in communities majorly occupied by the Chinese.
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Mizumi Residences location is quite ideal. The closest neighborhoods to this Kepong high-rise project are Kepong Baru, Taman Bukit Maluri and Jinjang.
On the other side of traffic-heavy Jalan Kepong is a stand-alone AEON Mall (with AEON Big), which is equally similar to the retail businesses around.
Even though Jalan Kepong has served as a long-standing trunk road for 100 years plus, it has maintained its relevance as much as that of the various highways added across its path over the years.
Also connected to Jalan Kepong which further links to Jalan Ipoh, Jalan Kuching and the DUKE Highway, is Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2), another major highway passing through the business and residential area of Kepong.
Also, you’ll arrive at Kepong-Selayang Highway going towards Rawang and Selayang using MRR2.
Despite the buzz of commercial activities for which Kepong folks are renowned, the location of Mizumi Residences is such that it is not quite far from nature.
The Kepong Metropolitan Lake and Park which covers an area of over 200 acres, is the closest natural wonder to the Mizumi Residences location. This park is not in any way an average or regular park.
A visit to the park promises a breathtaking experience with the distant mountains which can be easily viewed as a result of Kepong’s nearness to Batu Caves and points beyond.
Also, along MRR2, the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM) is situated and is easily accessible in just 5km via Jalan Kepong.
The Research Institute contains a pay-per-entry shady jungle hiking trail, and a host of other jungle trekking escapades.
As regards public transport, Kepong boasts of its very own KTM Commuter Station called KTM Kepong Central.
The MRT Line 2 with a number of designated stations will also run across Kepong.