Sentul is a place with a very small population in the region of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The new millennium saw YTL Corporation transforming the landscape of Sentul with high-end condominium projects such as The Fennel and The Capers. Residents in the railway quarters and squatter areas were relocated to make way for Sentul East and Sentul West.
Residents of Sentul can easily access major townships in Klang Valley via an array of expressways including the Duke Highway, Karak Highway, MRR2 and Mahameru Highway. Residents in the railway quarters and squatter areas were relocated to make way for Sentul East and Sentul West developments. Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, formerly known as Jalan Ipoh, is a food haven especially for dim sum lovers with cars lined up along the roads until late in the night. The nearest shopping centers are about 10 minutes away, which are SOGO, Pertama Complex and Maju Junction.
It is easier to reach the city by public transport. The KTM Commuter train station and the STAR LRT are within the area, so residents or students get to travel without fuss. Universities that are accessible by public transport are SEGI University College Kuala Lumpur, HELP College of Arts & Technology and Berjaya University College Of Hospitality.