Accessible via Jalan 1/62 A, VIM 3 is located a short distance away from Seri Stamford College, Plaza Menjalara in Kepong. Considered one of two campuses in the country still carrying the “Stamford” brand, Seri Stamford College is home to the Schools of Professional Studies, Undergraduate Studies, and Pre-University Studies.
Comprising of 2 blocks namely Block A, which is 23 storeys high, and Block B, which is 18 storeys high, VIM 3 is a serviced apartment nestled one junction away from Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Menjalara, Kuala Lumpur. Jalan 1/62 A is directly linked to Jalan 1/62 B, which is a highly-traversed road that linked to both Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) and Jalan Kepong.
VIM 3 is also closely situated to a shopping mall called Kepong Village Mall, which is only a 5-minute drive away. Kepong Village Mall is a place where residents go to for groceries, gourmet delights, to catch up on the latest movies, and to work out at the mall’s fitness centre.
A neighbouring commercial and business centre is Bandar Sri Menjalara. You’ll also find the Menjalara Community Centre close by. Then, there’s also the huge self-contained township of Desa ParkCity, where you can shop at AEON store, dine and walk, jog, or cycle at the lake-fronting Central Park. Other open-park options include Menjalara Lake Garden and Metropolitan Park and Garden.
Immediate residential neighbourhoods to Bandar Menjalara include Desa ParkCity, Taman Bukit Maluri, Kepong Baru, and Metro Prima, Kepong. Kepong already has 2 KTM Commuter stations – Kepong and Kepong Central. Expected to be completed by 2021 will be two proposed MRT Line 2 stations in Kepong Baru and Metro Prima.
Due to the high density of population within this community, Jalan Burung Hantu, which is linked to Jalan Taman Bukit Maluri, is constantly jam-packed during peak hours. Jalan Kepong Baru, which is connected to both Jalan 1/62B and Jalan Burung Hantu, is mostly dominated by Chinese restaurants, food stalls and fruit stalls.
You will also discover huge business hubs towards the end of Jalan Kepong Baru, from jewellery shops, to laundry services, coffee shops, and family-run bakeries, car workshops to private clinics, there isn’t much lacking in a thriving neighbourhood like Kepong Baru, which has been around since the late 1970s or early 1980s.