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Kota Puteri

Kota Puteri is a new township in Selangor, Malaysia. Have 12 Section in this townships. Selangor State Development Corporation is a developer for Kota Puteri. Kota Puteri are under the administration of Majlis Perbandaran Selayang. This townships is located near Ijok. Kota Puteri also known as Bandar Baru Batu Arang.

Positions

Kota Puteri located at the east of Kuala Selangor and west of Rawang. It is at the end of the Gombak district and Kuala Selangor district border.

Highway network

Kota Puteri in the strategic location and has a network of major roads. If you are from Kuala Lumpur city centre, Kuala Lumpur – Kuala Selangor Expressway may be used, and exit at junction of Puncak Alam. You can use Malaysia Federal Route 54Jalan Kuala Selangor (B54) toward Ijok / Kuala Selangor.

Area near

In addition, Kota Puteri near Batu Arang, Bandar Tasik Puteri, Ijok, Kampung Bukit Badong, Bestari Jaya and Hutan Simpan Rantau Panjang.

External links

  • pknsproperty.com/KotaPuteri
  • pkns.gov.my
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