Menara Bukit Ceylon is one of the oldest condominiums here. Apparently it was developed by Tan&Tan some 15 years back. Units here are extremely popular for those going for a RM3500 to RM5000/month budget. As these units are old, expect the furnishings to be out-of-date and hence the low rental. However, some owners have taken to refurbishing their entire unit to collect higher rental. Nevertheless, the lower end of this budget is obviously the most popular choice for these 2 bedroom and approximately 1500sf units. Every unit has a small study, hence the oft-advertised reference to 2+1 room. The kitchen is also separated into the wet and dry parts.
Whether it is my (extremely bad) luck or otherwise, I bumped into many French tenants in this building. No offence to French people but I do find those I bump into extremely rude people.
Basically, Menara Bukit Ceylon is perched on a high point (not the highest) of Bukit Ceylon. Hence, even the lowest floor has a commanding view of Kuala Lumpur. Each floor has 6 units served by 3 very slow lifts. There are 3 variants, for argument sake, I will call them Type 1 for the biggest unit and Type 3, the smallest unit. Type 2, overlooking Jalan Alor and Times Square, does not have my favourite view. So, let's just focus on Type 1 and 3 for now.