Saujana Impian is a mature township in Kajang, a town in the district capital of Hulu Langat, Selangor. This 243 hectares resort-themed township is sited approximately 2 kilometres from Kajang town. The Impian Golf & Country Club is sited within this township and there are a number of residential developments (townhouses and bungalows) within the Golf & Country Club as well. Awarded the “Best Planned Township Design” by the Town Planning Institute of Malaysia, Saujana Impian was developed in phases, and also as such the township is geographically separated by sub-township development as below: Impian Jaya – Phase 1 (Double Storey Terrace Houses) & Phase 2 (Semi-Detached Houses) Impian Gemilang – Phase 3A (Semi-D) & Phase 3B (Double Storey Terrace Houses) Impian Indah – Phase 4 (Double Storey Terrace Houses) Impian Murni – Phase 5 (Double Storey Terrace Houses) Impian Kasih – Phase 5 (Double Storey Terrace Houses) Impian Setia – Phase 5 (Double Storey Terrace Houses) Impian Makmur – Phase 7 (Apartments) One of the developers active in the Saujana Impian township is Bandar Subang Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Farlim Bhd, a property developer based in Penang, as well as the main developer of Bandar Baru Air Itam. Another developer is Sungai Kantan Development, a subsidiary of Sime Darby Property. In terms of location, the Saujana Impian Township is accessible via the Cheras-Kajang Highway, Grand Saga Highway, the Kajang - Seremban Highway (LEKAS), as well as the SILK Highway. In terms of amenities and facilities in the township, there is a Tesco Hypermarket nearby, and a Giant Hypermarket. There are a few schools within the vicinity, with a mix of primary and secondary schools. Sekolah Kebangsaan Saujana Impian I Sekolah Kebangsaan Saujana Impian II Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Saujana Impian Sekolah Menengah Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah (SAAS) Some of the newer developments in Saujana Impian include a retail commercial area called Impian Walk as well as just 34 units of 2-3 storey shop offices that will service even the surrounding neighborhoods, the commercial center is perfect for cafes, specialty stores, retail outlets, banks and much more.