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Pulau Indah (Pulau Lumut)

Sale Price (RM PSF)

25th %
31
Median
98
75th %
129

Sale Price (RM per Unit)

25th %
60,000
Median
150,000
75th %
220,000

6 Projects/Townships (497 Transactions)

Bandar Armada Putra
Terrace House, Residential, Land, Flat
71
110,000
Kampung Perigi Nenas
Terrace House, Detached House, Land, Semi-Detached House
125
210,000
Laguna Park
Terrace House
114
220,000
Pangsapuri Samudera
Flat, Condominium/Apartment
100
65,000
Apartment Sri Bayu
Condominium/Apartment, Flat
91
65,000
Apartment Sri Bahtera
Flat, Condominium/Apartment
75
49,000

Rent and Sale Prices in Pulau Indah (pulau Lumut)

Bedrooms Sale Price Monthly Rent Rental Yield
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4 330,000 -- --
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Price per Square Foot in Pulau Indah (pulau Lumut)

Sector Price per ft2 (Non Landed) Price per ft2 (Landed)
Area Average 79 1,910
State Average 233 2,075
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Overview

Pulau Indah (formerly known as Pulau Lumut) is an island located off the West coast of Selangor bordered by the Straits of Lumut, Straits of Klang and the Straits of Malacca. Pulau Indah literally translates to “beautiful island”. It was a quaint, rural island with mangrove swamps, Orang Asli inhabitants, traditional Malay fishing villages and luscious greenery stretching as far as the eye could see. The locals had lives based upon agriculture and fishing. Transformation came to the island with the opening of the Pulau Indah Expressway, in 1995 and the development of West Port, one of Port Klang’s three major shipping terminals.

At present, the southern side of the island maintains its unhurried life with four local villages, Kampung Perigi Nenas, Kampung Sungai Pinang, Kampung Sungai Kembong and Kampung Teluk Nipah. The mangrove coast is being developed as an eco-tourism attraction. Pier One Laguna Park is a residential development with a mile-long promenade, jetties, playground, futsal pitches, picnic areas and a restaurant. On the other end, the northern side is a fast-paced development, housing industrial estates and commercial developments such as Bandar Armada Putra which consists of shophouses and housing estate.

Popular attractions in the island include Port Klang Cruise Centre, Royal Selangor Yacht Club (RSYC), Port Klang Free Zone – a free commercial and industrial zone and Indah Island Industrial Park with multiple full-scale factories such as Federal Flour Mill, F&N, Scientex Berhad, PMB Spectrum, Mewah Oil, Oleon and Central Sugar in operation. The MILS Logistics Hub provides integrated logistics services such as halal logistic, freight management, warehousing, transportation and project cargo management. Many government agencies including National Hydrographic Centre of Malaysia, Royal Malaysian Navy, Royal Malaysian Customs Department and Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency are located here.

Amenities and Facilities

In the mainland, within a 30 minute drive are many amenities and facilities such as educational institutions, SMI Training Centre Segi and INPENS International College; shopping malls, AEON Mall, Klang Parade, GM Klang Wholesale City, Tesco Hypermarket and Giant Hypermarket; healthcare providers, Tengku Ampuan Rahimah Hospital and Sri Kota Specialist Medical Centre; and recreational clubs, RSYC, Port Klang Golf Club and Bukit Kemuning Golf and Country Club. Pulau Indah is a well-known spot for fish angling and water sports such as canoeing and yachting. The Selangor State Government envisions the future of Pulau Indah as a high-economy district with a booming tourist industry and ample work opportunities.

Accessibility and Transportation

It is accessible from Kajang and Putrajaya through Pulau Carey via South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE) and from Kuala Lumpur, Shah Alam and Klang through Telok Gong via Pulau Indah Expressway which connects to KESAS Highway. The Pulau Indah Ring Road, connecting to SKVE, provides easy access within the island. 


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