This article is brought to you in part by The Mews.
The Mews serviced residences is a merging of cultures between Eastern & Oriental Berhad – Malaysia’s premier lifestyle property developer and Mitsui Fudosan Group. Distinctively sculptural in appearance, The Mews comprises 256 custom-designed units distributed evenly over 38-storey twin towers.
The Mews affords residents plenty of privacy in a restful residential setting, yet is situated in central Kuala Lumpur within close distance to landmarks, public transport, medical centres, shopping and nightlife, and much more!
Luxurious facilities for residents include poolside lawn, gym, squash court, swiming pool, spa pool, pond, resident’s lounge, children’s pool and playground, and function room. On the Roof Garden, 37th floor, there is a herb garden, function space, open lawn,and private garden.
Several expats are only in Kuala Lumpur for a few years, unable to commit to purchasing a property. This is why The Mews is the perfect residential option for expats as there are fully-furnished 1-bedroom and 3+1 bedroom units (sizes are 925 sq ft and 2066 sq ft) available for rent. At rental prices from RM 4,500 per month, it’s a great choice to live at the heart of the city with resort-like facilities and luxuries that make you feel like on vacation once you return home.
Truly a private haven, The Mews is a ideal for resort-living in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Check out the interactive link below where you can get a 360-degree view of the residences, as well as an interactive plan of the Type D Unit.
Hover over each room to see what it looks like!
For more about The Mews’ facilities, please read Resort Living in the Heart of Kuala Lumpur.
The Mews KLCC
19, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6017 266 1188/ +603 2161 3668
E-mail: [email protected]
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