********** Taman Sri Bintang **********
Is a residential suburb that is located in Kepong, which is a major township that borders Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
- Taman Sri Sinar.
- Taman Prima Impian as well as Desa ParkCity.
Considering that Taman Sri Sinar is centrally located to :
- Educational institutions.
- Religious abodes.
- Various medical centres and convenience stores.
The main access roads to get to and from Taman Sri Bintang would include - Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP).
- Jalan Kuching.
- The Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2) and Jalan Ipoh.
In addition, residents will find that it is easily accessible to other notable areas in Petaling Jaya and the KL city centre via the aforementioned highways.
For those who rely on public transportation to get around, there are are - 2 KTM stations located in Kepong.
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