Pockets of potential in Batu Caves
Joseph Wong | 12 Jan 2018 00:30
High-rise developments like Symphony Heights (left) stand out in Batu Caves as many of the housing estates are landed property
Batu Caves, despite being one of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist locations, has not seen new residential property launches.
However, this does not mean that interest in property in the suburb has declined. While it is not widely regarded as a hotspot, the demand for residential property in the enclave has been climbing steadily.
There is also an increase in land and industrial property transactions there over the past year which suggests that property development projects are in the pipeline.

Over the last few years, there was a spurt in residential development within Batu Caves with developers like Hua Yang Bhd building its first high-rise project Symphony Heights, Impiana Land & Development Sdn Bhd with Taman Raintree and Jaya Megah Development Sdn Bhd offering Amara Boulevard and Service Residences.