Connect with us

Social Stories

“3 levels with balcony” – KL Flat Resident Illegally Renovates Home, M’sians Urge Authorities to Take Action


Collage 4
Source: TikTok | ppim.official

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

Home renovations can be pretty expensive, time-consuming, and messy, all to make our homes more comfortable or enjoyable. But sometimes, things can get a bit out of hand with renovation projects.

In a recent TikTok video, @ppim.official decided to showcase a ‘unique’ renovation done to a flat house. It involved three different levels of houses making unauthorised modifications by adding to the side of the flat in question.

Screenshot 2024 03 01 141252

Screenshot 2024 03 01 142727

From the ground floor to the third floor, it appears that they decided to extend the side of the house, presumably to increase the space in their individual homes. Moreover, the residents went to the extent of installing balconies in the additional space.

It was reported that the unauthorised modifications took place in the flat area of Kelumpuk Kemunting in Keramat Wangsa.

Screenshot 2024 03 01 143018

Screenshot 2024 03 01 143444


“Why didn’t authorities take any action?”

PPIM was puzzled as to why the authorities were unaware of the illegal construction, despite its location in a roadside area.

The caption of the post reads,

“It’s quite astounding. They’ve extended their homes up to three levels. Despite being clearly visible from the roadside, how is it possible that the authorities never noticed and took action? Usually, when no action is taken, that’s why people dare to continue making these unauthorised renovations, extending the house up to three levels.”

Screenshot 2024 03 01 144010


Netizens started flooding the comment section to share their thoughts on the situation.

Screenshot 2024 03 01 144739

“The authorities said they didn’t take action because no one reported it.”


Screenshot 2024 03 01 144759

“If you have a significant amount of money, it’s better to invest in a larger house rather than renovating a flat.”


Screenshot 2024 03 01 144817

“The authorities seems too busy handing out parking tickets to parked cars.”


You can watch the full video here.


Despite being an unauthorised modification, it’s safe to say they really went above and beyond with the renovation.

What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments down below! 


Also read: M’sian Spends RM70K to Renovate GF’s New House, Gets Cheated on Soon After Renovation Completed

Collage 16

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

Just In

Collage 5 5 Collage 5 5
News4 hours ago

Study: Malaysia is the 19th Most Peaceful Country in the World, Out of 163 Countries

Malaysia is known for its warm and welcoming people who value harmony and mutual respect. Despite its rough edges, the...

Feat Image Kl Remote Work Feat Image Kl Remote Work
News5 hours ago

Study: Kuala Lumpur is 4th Best Destination in Asia for Remote Work, 22nd in the World

Kuala Lumpur has just been named the 4th best destination in Asia for remote work by the latest iteration of...

Collage 17 2 Collage 17 2
News7 hours ago

“It only shows how obsessed & envious you are” – Mufti Comments on Excessive Boycott Movements

Have some of us gone too far with boycotts, regardless of the brandings? While boycotters have their reasons to do...

Feat Image Bangkok 20 Baht Feat Image Bangkok 20 Baht
News7 hours ago

All Rail Lines in Bangkok Will Have a Fare Cap of RM2.60, One Ticket Can be Used Across All Routes

The Transport Ministry of Thailand has reiterated that it will continue with its plans of a THB20 or RM2.60 fare...

My Post 1 2024 04 19T115737.183 My Post 1 2024 04 19T115737.183
News9 hours ago

M’sian Political Party Invites Workers to March on Labour Day to Urge Govt to Raise Minimum Wage to RM2K

With Labour Day (which is meant to honour and celebrate workers and the importance of their contributions to their country...

Collage 21 Collage 21
News1 day ago

“Change work hours or location” – Steven Sim Reminds M’sians About Availability of Flexible Working Hours

Flexible working arrangements help balance work and personal life. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, Malaysia has taken steps...

Collage 14 3 Collage 14 3
News1 day ago

“Better work-life harmony” – Employees in SG Can Now Apply to WFH & Have a 4-Day Work Week

Work from home. Those who have the flexibility to work at the desk from the comfort of their own homes...

Feat Image Mistress Feat Image Mistress
News1 day ago

“Unique needs, desires” – High Court Says Agreements for M’sian Husbands to Have Mistress are Legal

The Kuala Lumpur High Court has ruled that as long as there is “no violation of any law”, non-Muslim married...


Latest Videos