Transformation of Bukit Jalil


>> EXPLORE 1992 • Completion of IMU 1993 • Founding of APIIT 1994 • Opening of Bukit Jalil Golf and Country Resort 1995 • Commencement of Bukit Jalil Stadium construction 1996 • Opening of Bukit Jalil Sports School 1997 • Completion of Commonwealth Games Village to house foreign athletes for the 1998 Commonwealth games.

It was later turned into Vista Komanwel 1998 • Completion of Bukit Jalil Stadium • Opening of Bukit Jalil and Sri Petaling LRT Station 2003 • Completion of Sri Rakyat Apartment by Ho Hup Construction 2005 • Xtion Paintball arrives in Bukit Jalil 2006 • Completion of The Ritz by Ho Hup Construction 2008 • Completion of Savanna 1 by Berjaya Land 2010 • Completion of Mutiara Bukit Jalil by Puchong Kinrara Development 2012 • Completion of Sri Jalil by Magna Prima 2013 • Completion of The Earth by WZR Group 2014 • Completion of KMI East by Berjaya Land 2015 • MRCB started to upgrade NSC • Launch of Bukit Jalil City • Opening of Muhibbah LRT Station at Kampung Muhibbah • Opening of Awan Besar LRT Station at Bukit OUG 2016 • Completion of the City of Green by BJ Homes 2017 • Rebranding of NSC into KL Sports City 2018 • Completion of The Link 2 by Berjaya Land Booming years ahead In the next four years, Bukit Jalil is expected to see new developments sprouting.

2018 • The Andes by Villamas Group of Companies • Casa Green@Bukit Jalil by Amber Homes Sdn Bhd 2019 • Parkhill Residence by Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd • The Park Sky Residence@Bukit Jalil City by Malton Bhd • Ranai Residence by Berjaya Group 2020 • SkyLuxe On The Park by SkyWorld Development Group • Paraiso@The Earth by WZR Group of Companies • Jalilmas and The Havre by Aset Kayamas • Pavilion Bukit Jalil by Malton Bhd 2022 • Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil by LBS Bina Group Bhd How many LRT stations are there in Bukit Jalil? Join our contest at  bit.ly/ExploreBukitJalil  to win a calendar potted plant! >> BACK TO MAIN PAGE.

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