MRT 3 Circle Line. Let’s look at the proposed MRT 3 Circle Line alignment.

When it comes to property related maps, there’s only one source I would go to. It’s Ho Chin Soon Research The founder is Mr. Ho Chin Soon and the CEO today is Mr. Ishmael Ho. I used to play singles with both of them andOccasionally, I play badminton with both of them and latest ranking is that I am ranked above both of them. Singles in badminton yeah, not play doubles. 😛

Mr. Ho Chin Soon sent me one latest information about MRT Line 3 a.k.a Circle Line which is very important for everyone because the line has seen some alignments!

As for all the stations within the MRT 3, they are as follows:

#1 – Bukit Kiara Station

#2 – INTAN Station

#3 – Sri Hartamas Station

#4 – Mont Kiara Station

#5 – Jalan Duta Station

#6 – Matrade Station

#7 – Jalan Kuching Station

#8 – Sentul West Station

#9 – Sentul East Station

#10 – Ayer Panas Station

#11 – Jalan Semarak Station

#12 – Setiawangsa Station

#13 – Ampang Point Station

#14 – Desa Pandan Station

#15 – Pandan Indah Station

#16 – Taman Perdana Station

#17 – Pandan Perdana Station

#18 – Taman Midah Station

#19 – HUKM Station

#20 – Salak Selatan Station

#21 – Bandar Malaysia Station

#22 – Kuchai Lama Station

#23 – Old Klang Road Station

#24 – Pantai Dalam Station

#25 – Universiti Station

#26 – PPUM Station

Highlighted in red colour would be the changes. For example, the Kerinchi and MidValley station is no longer happening. So, it’s good to take note of these changes yeah. Every time Mr. Ho sends me any update, I will also be updating it here in too.

Why is MRT 3 Circle Line needed?

MRT Line 3 or Circle Line is to complete the MRT Sungai Buloh Line and MRT Putrajaya Line. It’s called close the loop. Briefly, it meant allowing people to travel much more conveniently without the need to travel to one end and then only to travel back because the lines were somehow not connected with a loop line which is the Circle Line. This was the earlier article for reference too: You complete me. Sungai Buloh and Putrajaya Lines tell Circle Line

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