Section 10 is, for the most part a residential area. The only non-residential part is one row of shophouses and several institutions, including several places of worship, government offices, and also a public park, Taman Jaya. It is positioned on the intersection of Jalan Gasing and also Federal Highway, two very busy roads that are crucial in Petaling Jaya’s road infrastructure, making its location extremely strategic. Neighbouring areas are Section 11, Section 9, Section 52, Bukit Gasing, as well as Universiti Malaya. Immediately in the vicinity of Section 10 is the Catholic Highshool, St Francis Xavier Church, Bible College of Malaysia, the First Baptist Church, the Marist Brother Training Centre and, the Thai Buddhist Chetawan Temple. In terms of residential housing, the units within the area consist of single-storey terrace houses, semi-detached houses, as well as bungalows. Almost all units in Section 10 are leasehold in tenure as well as prices for the units here start at RM750,000, but a lot of the units are taken up by families who have their roots there, so units are not as easy to come by. In terms of amenities, the row of shophouses in Section 10 provide sufficient amenities if one is not too choosy as well as the central location allows for easy access to several complexes; Jaya 1 Shopping Complex is 5 minutes away, Mid Valley Megamall is 10 minutes away, AmCorp Mall is actually also 5-10 minutes’ drive away. Then, the row of shophouses facing Jalan Gasing is where several eateries and banks are sited. Then, the street is crowded during meal-times as the food here is popular with the locals. A laundrette as well as minimarkets can also be found on this row. In terms of accessibility, Federal Highway and Jalan Gasing allows for great accessibility to other parts of Petaling Jaya and the whole of Kuala Lumpur. The 2 roads also provide easy access to other highways such as the New Pantai Expressway (NPE) as well as the Sprint Highway. In terms of public transport, the Asia Jaya LRT, and also Taman Jaya LRT is nearby; not close enough for walking but a mere 5 minutes’ drive away.