Sekeping Jugra is ideal for long- and short-term stay and work. Eight courtyards surround a single-storey house built in the 1950s. The semi-private living and work spaces are all interconnected via narrow alleyways, gardens and courtyards. There is also a roof farm where guests and tenants are welcomed to plant and pick their own food.
Recycled materials found at Sekeping Jugra come from all over the country – PAM Building, Jalan Tangsi; Dayabumi; Mutiara Hotel, Penang; Brickfields Methodist School; Choong Kee Foundry, Kampar; Kong Heng, Ipoh; and mud dug out from Sekeping Jugra’s swimming pool.
Everyone in the Sekeping Jugra community is welcomed to share the common kitchen, swimming pool, meeting facilities and gardens.
Together, let’s create.
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