Ayu Heights is a low-rise walk-up apartment, high up in Bukit Jambul, Penang. It is built in 1990 on leasehold tenure, and is located along Lintang Bukit Jambul, above the detached bungalows of Bukit Jambul. There is a total of nine blocks of differing heights, up to four storeys high. Each unit has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, with a built-up area of around 1,080 square feet. Maintenance fee is RM70 per month.
The location of Ayu Heights on the slopes of Bukit Jambul makes it impractical for people who do not have their own transport. However, if you get a good unit, you can enjoy a lovely view of Bayan Lepas below.
Facilities are limited to security services and parking lot.
Ayu Heights is 10.9 km from Magazine Circus. It is more suitable for people who are working in the southern part of the island.
There is no public transport within walking distance.
Ayu Heights, Bukit Jambul (17 January, 2014)
The nearest schools include Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Bukit Jambul and SJK (C) Keong Hoe. The nearest petrol station is the Petronas along Jalan Bukit Gambir and Esso near Bukit Jambul Complex. The nearest market is the Super Tanker Market and Lip Sin Market. The nearest shopping mall is Bukit Jambul Complex. The nearest hypermarket is Tesco Extra. The nearest hospital is Pantai Hospital.
Traffic along Lintang Bukit Jambul, where Ayu Heights Apartment is located, is usually thin. However, that is not to say the main road of Lebuh Bukit Jambul, which carries traffic from Air Itam and Relau towares the Sungai Nibong and Bayan Lepas areas. The traffic lights between Lebuh Bukit Jambul and Jalan Bukit Gambir is often backed up the hill.
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