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Living in Puchong, Malaysia:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Puchong, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked six people living in Puchong what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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People are multicultural from where I come from, therefore there are many varieties of food and delicacies to try. My city is surrounded by buildings and shopping complexes, however, there are also beautiful beaches and attractions to enjoy. Most people here speak more than two languages as our first language is Malay and our second language is English.

Puchong is well known in this state. Most people have heard this place from news or any other sources. Houses here are pretty affordable, a well developed city who can make your life much convenient to other places. You do not have to worry about the food because there is wide range of foods. Trains and buses are sitting all around the city.

Vivian, says: 2020

Puchong is home to many people from various cultures from around the globe. My city has one big mall called IOI Mall where many branded clothing stores set up due to the mall’s popularity among the locals. There are so many attractions in this mall, for example, a cinema, a merry-go-round, and two food courts with all the trending restaurants currently. My city is mostly low-density residences with many parks and decent among office buildings for work. My city is a great place to raise a family and work with good pay.

Sharon, says: 2020

easily access to Cyberjaya town by driving or hiring a cab which is quite nearby. There are many residential housing estates too if he or she needs to rent from. Ample shops and business hubs are available for choices and public transport could be easily accessible.

It is a thriving city with good public amenities, and linked to other major cities by highways and trains. It is safe and peaceful, with many residential unit, landed properties and condominiums, which would cater for a wide range of budgetary needs of residents. A major airport is barely 30 minutes away. And for those who like food, Puchong is a place where they will find a variety of sumptuous Asian cuisines – authentic Malaysian flavors, which is a fusion of Indian, Chinese and Malay foods.

Thesigan, says: 2020

You need to make a trip to the Bukit Jalil stadium. It is open to the public and easily accessible via public transport. You just pay nominal amount to use the facilities or just take your time to walk around the area. That’s free! Other than this, all visitors have to try the local dishes, like Nasi Lemak or Asam Laksa.

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