A former railway hub in the early 1900s, Sentul is well-known for its old-world charm and colonial shop houses as well as decades-old temples. Today Sentul, thanks to several upmarket housing projects, has added a dash of modernity to the area. 

The Sentul Park, which is home to the KLPAC (KL Performing Arts Centre) sits as the main centrepiece of this neighbourhood and a key meeting place for the city’s art community. Sentul, specifically Jalan Ipoh, has also carved a reputation for itself as a prominent foodie destination famous for late night suppers and early morning dim sum. 

Centrally located to Kuala Lumpur and other neighbouring suburbs, Sentul is easily accessed by road as well as train via the KTM Komuter and LRT with two stations in Bandar Baru Sentul itself.
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