Bukit Cermin is the new Kingsley Hills
These pictures were snapped by Mr Alages on the 15th of September 2012 and to date, they are the most recent photos of the hill. The temple perched atop Bukit Cermin overlooking Taman Alam Megah is still operational amidst all the development surrounding and it appears to be a high-end residential area in the making. According to the developer's website (http://mrproperty.me/kingsley-hills) the area developed will be part of Bukit Cermin in Putra Heights. Work is speeding up on a number of projects consisting of an international school, bungalows and apartments. However the future of this temple still remains uncertain. Perhaps we should now start referring to this temple as the Kingsley Hills temple Lets hope this temple doesn't end up being relocated or demolished like the other temples nearby.
PHOTOS BY MR ALAGES
Kingsley Hills on the hill of Bukit Cermin in Putra Heights, Selangor is a 96-acre mixed development project by MCT Group. The residential sector of the Kingsley Hills is rather out of the ordinary as it consists of 108 spacious Bungalow and 150 semi-Detached homes, high-end and luxury low-rise Villa Condo and high rise Condominium units.
Property Project: Kingsley Hills
Location: Putra Heights, Subang Jaya, Selangor
Property Type: Mixed development (108 Bungalow, 150 semi-Detached, Villa Condo and Condominium)
Land Tenure: Freehold
Developer: Kingsley Hills Sdn Bhd
Developer Website: http://www.kingsleyhills.com
Developer Contact: 603-8023 6868
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