Mont Kiara is one of the most exclusive enclaves to live in within Kuala Lumpur, an area that is populated mostly by expats who have relocated to Malaysia, as well as the most upper income groups of Malaysia.
It is also home to many dignitaries and is a choice location for migrating individuals and families who will be most comfortable here as all the facilities, amenities and malls here are targeted towards expats with their imported ware. It is also said that Mont Kiara is home to the biggest group of Japanese expats, who find this area to be very much to their liking.
KLCC is the heart of Kuala Lumpur which is also known as the Kuala Lumpur City Centre. As the most upmarket district of business hubs in Malaysia, KLCC is one of the areas in the city that carries the most high rises and most ongoing construction.
Prices of properties here ate the steepest in Malaysia ranging up to RM3,000 psf, while roads are constantly being built ad traffic is constantly being newly directed in an attempt to alleviate traffic congestions at all hours of the day, which the public transportation system does almost nothing to help.
Cheras is an extremely large and sprawling township dominated mostly by the chinese race. This township is so large that it runs adjacent to Ampang on one end, while the other ends meets with Kajang.
This township was once just a small and sleepy tin mining town that was home to a mere 500 residents. However, due to overpopulation in Kuala Lumpur over the years, Cheras was gradually developed into the metropolis it is today.
Ampang is one of the main townships of Kuala Lumpur which has been plenty of changes over the years. As large as it is, the district of Ampang is divided into two sections and belong to different jurisdictions; of which the section which falls uner the territory of Selangor is also known as Ampang Jaya while the section that falls under the territory of Kuala Lumpur is simply known as Ampang.
The main road which runs through this township is Jalan Ampang whch is also known as Ampang Road, and is one of the oldest roads in the Klang Valley accessible through Jalan Tun Razak. Although this road connects to several major highways, residents of Ampang still face daily traffic congestions due to the extremely high density of population in the city centre.