BusesHighlight Of Puchong

There are transportation such as bus services connecting Puchong highlight to Kuala Lumpur, Subang Jaya, Petaling Jaya, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya.

Bus services are provided by RapidKL buses and Metrobus which have routes along Jalan Puchong to various destinations around Klang Valley. Taman Kinrara, one of the nearest housing estates to the city, is only about 30 metres from the border between Selangor and Kuala Lumpur.

Light Rail Transit (LRT)

Under the LRT Extension Project (LEP), the Ampang Line is now extended into Puchong constituency with the addition of eight new stations, namely:

  •  SP22  Kinrara BK 5;
  •  SP24  IOI Puchong Jaya;
  •  SP25  Pusat Bandar Puchong;
  •  SP26  Taman Perindustrian Puchong;
  •  SP27  Bandar Puteri;
  •  SP28  Puchong Perdana;
  •  SP29  Puchong Prima; and
  •  SP31  KJ37  Putra Heights.

Putra Heights station is the second interchange with the Kelana Jaya Line; the other being  SP7  KJ13  Masjid Jamek. This allows residents in Puchong and Subang Jaya to travel to Kuala Lumpur city centre, Petaling Jaya, Ampang , Wangsa Maju and even Gombak while avoiding traffic congestion.

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Things To Do In Puchong

Ayer Hitam Forest Reserve

The reserve is now hemmed in by Puchong townships to the west, Seri Kembangan to the south, Subang Jaya to the north and Kajang to the east. Developers are nibbling away at the edges and no doubt would like to build over more of this prime location if they allowed to get away with it.

The forest reserve might look pocket-sized on the satellite image but 1200 hectares of hilly rain-forested terrain still provides hikers the opportunity to experience jungle conditions and enjoy some fresh air and exercise.


Farm In The City

Farm In The City is a new Malaysian village themed petting zoo in Taman Equine, Seri Kembangan, between Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya.

Here children can pet cute and cuddly animals within enclosures that are designed to mimic natural habitats.

More than 100 species of exotic and rare species are on display behind glass walls or in open compounds – there are no steel barred cages for the creatures living here.

The kampong setting has been well landscaped and planted with over 60 types of tropical fruit tree and shrubs.