Taman Sri Nibong is also home to the largest housing estate park in Penang, which is the pride and joy of its residents. It was originally made up of paddy fields and also partly swampy areas before its development into what it is today, a picturesque living haven with mixed properties, mostly residential with some commercial. This development is positioned near to other similar residential areas such as Taman Lip Sin, Taman Jerjak Indah as well as Taman Pantai Jerjak.
The residential estate is sitting on a 109 acre prime freehold land in a satellite town, which is a smaller metropolitan area which are sited somewhat near to, but are mostly independent of, larger metropolitan areas. On that parcel of land, Taman Sri Nibong comprises of 922 residential houses, 566 apartment units, 30 low-cost apartment units and 72 shop lots. With an estimated population of 5,470 people, the total built-up units which is numbered around 1,560 constructed from 1985 to 2001, is able to accommodate the growing population. Typically, each phase has been carefully designed as well as built with aesthetic architectural designs along wide, tree-lined streets.
With an enviable location in Penang Island, where it is about 11.4 km from Magazine Circus (also known as the ‘Charing Cross’ of Penang due to it being the meeting point of 6 major roads in Georgetown), residents of Taman Sri Nibong are assured of plenty of various amenities to address all needs and wants. Educational institutions such as Kwang Hwa Primary School, Shih Chung (Primary) Branch School as well as SMK Sungai Nibong provide parents with choice schools to send their offspring to.
The nearest markets in Sungai Nibong would be the Lip Sin Market and also Super Tanker Market which provides the grocery supplies for everyday needs. For a spot of retail therapy, residents can head on over to Queensbay Mall, positioned opposite the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Highway itself. Moreover, there are also other malls which are sited just a few minutes drive away such as Kristal Point, D’Avenue, Sunshine Square, Tesco Extra, Giant as well as BJ Complex. Petrol stations are aplenty and includes the Mobil station at Pantai Jerejak, the Caltex station as well as two Shell stations near the Bayan Baru Roundabout. The nearest hospital is the well-known Pantai Hospital in Bayan Baru.
Taman Sri Nibong is sited in the heart of MSC Malaysia, Penang Cybercity and also the the Bayan Lepas Industrial Park. It is also very near to the famous Penang Bridge, the international airport, the new bus terminal, the Penang branch of Intel and easily accessible to the all the best that the multitude of amenities have to offer, including some of the most delicious seafood in nearby seaside towns like Batu Maung as well as Gertak Sanggul. For increased convenience, the residents who do not own a mode of transport will be glad to know that Rapid Penang Bus 303, 304, 305, 306, 308, 401 and 705 pass through Sungai Nibong.