Mont Kiara is a wealthy residential development situated just outside of the city centre of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The flourishing region is encompassed by Klang Valley and boasts a travel time of 15 minutes to downtown Kuala Lumpur. Mont Kiara is recognised as a high-end populous location with increasing public attraction.
The landmark characteristic of Mont Kiara is the Plaza, a combination luxury residential and office structure. The area was designed to impart authentic Asian culture upon tourists with its annual ABC Market, equipped with open-air bazaars covered with red umbrellas offering household goods, vintage clothing, crafts, and cuisine to the public. The residential area is supplemented locally with additional retail and dining establishments.
Public transportation around Mont Kiara is restricted to the RapidKL bus route which connects the area to Segambut KTM Komuter station. From there the railway links to the rest of downtown Kuala Lumpur. Vehicular transit is popular due to Mont Kiara’s close situation to four major expressways, including the New Klang Valley Expressway, North–South Expressway Northern Route, Duta-Ulu Klang Expressway, and Sprint Expressway.
The first Plaza Mont Kiara ABC Market was showcased in early 200, offering over 100 stalls of retail, cuisine, and culture to the public.