Denai Alam, a development inspired by the ‘Denai’ concept, is a special township in Shah Alam. ‘Denai’ is a uniquely constructed landed footpaths catered for pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles. ‘Denai’ came about from the traditional Malay village living style.
Conventionally, a communal living approach was integrated so in Denai Alam, what you see is similar patterns but within a modern neighbourhood. Also, they do not fancy packed residential environment hence there are only 8 units per acre.
There is a mix of development from commercial development to residential properties including medium to high end double-storey linked homes. This freehold land that spans a total of 920-acre was the brainchild of Sime Darby Property Development, previously named Guthrie Property Development. Being launched in November 2004, the township is said to be very formidable.
Denai Alam’s overall environment is believed to be naturally and tranquil. Since there is ‘Denai’ specifically meant for pedestrians and non-motorized vehicles, outdoor activities are highly encouraged. It is utterly safe to cycle or jog around the area. Not forgetting, landscaped walkways, parkland, playgrounds and water features are all surplus points.
Speaking of convenience, Denai Alam stands as a epicentre connecting to various facilities such as hypermarkets Tesco and Giant, schools, clinics and shops. Golfers can also rejoice with the nearby Monterez Golf Club, Guthrie Golf Academy, Kelab Rekreasi Tentera Udara and Sultan Abdul Aziz Golf Club. These provide for ample of choices when it comes to entertainments or family-friendly activities on weekends.
Further down is Bukit Jelunt (5 km away) and Kota Damansara (6 km away). Accessibility is a breeze here with nearby major highways such as New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE), Shah Alam Expressway and many more. With these connections, variety of large cities in Klang Valley are easily reachable. An evident instance is using NKVE to get to Mont Kiara and Mutiara Damansara.