Cyberjaya, an internationally renowned greencity and it is the first ever MSC Status township in Malaysia, located just next to government office hub of Putrajaya. It was launched in 2007, the township is well planned and well-kept with wide roads.
The government has greatly invested in ICT as the nation’s new economic corridor with Cyberjaya as its signature city. Launched officially in 1997, Cyberjaya is now being part of the Greater Kuala Lumpur (GKL) region where it acts as the centre of creativity. It is about 40 kilometres away from Kuala Lumpur and currently Cyberjaya is home over 800 firms including 40 multinational corporations. Besides that, it also has a large student population from the 4 universities and 2 colleges. It also noted that the township has become the centre of attention for many big players such as SP Setia, MCT Berhad, OSK Property, MRCB Land, just to name a few.
To-date, there is an increment of the economic activities from the completed shopping mall of D’Pulze. Therefore, it makes the city an attractive choice for both local and foreign business ventures to live, work and play. Cyberjaya today has expanded to focus on technology areas beyond ICT, equipped with world class facilities, investor-friendly policies and skillful talents as it aspires to be a Global Tech Hub, ensuring growth for tech enterprises.
Why should invest in Cyberjaya?
Good location and easy convenience with highway links
Cyberjaya is located far from all the hustle and bustle on the KL and Greater KL areas yet we can reach within a 20 minutes commuter train or less than 30 minutes of drive using Maju Expressway (MEX). There is also a Dedicated Transportation System (DTS) or shuttle bus service in Cyberjaya’s which is cost effective for those who live outside of Cyberjaya.
There are also highways located stone’s throw away, i.e. New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE), ELITE Highway, Lebuhraya Damansara Puchong (LDP), just to name a few.
Close proximity to KLIA and KLIA 2
You can easily reach international flight of KLIA and KLIA2 within a short time drive from Cyberjaya. It can be consider for those foreign investors or businesses invest in Cyberjaya. Close to the airport is very convenient for companies who want to relocate their employees and it is free from the hassle for travel.
Future KL-Singapore Bullet Train Stop and MRT Stations
There will be a stop in Putrajaya for the future KL-Singapore Bullet Train between KL and Singapore. The new station will be built next to Putrajaya and Cyberjaya KLIA Transit station. The station will also integrated with MRT which is from Sungai Buloh to Putrajaya.
Excellent Infrastructure and telecommunications
Most of the infrastructure in Cyberjaya is well planned ahead. It provide access to hi-speed fiber-optic internet with speeds of 100Mb per second through Cyberjaya Metro Fibre Network. Most of the residential areas are ready with fibre optics. A lot of multinational companies have operated in Cyberjaya due to its reliable infrastructure and the support from the government. It should be stable because the government is focusing and investor-friendly area.
Cyberjaya is generally safe with low crime rate. Most housing area is gated and the high-rise condominium are gated and guarded.
New Cyberjaya City Centre
The new Cyberjaya City Centre (CCC) blueprint has been created by Cyberview Sdn Bhd and being planned to be fully completed within 10 years. CCC is the urbane – tech development of Cyberjaya and aspires to be a global landmark, advocates arts and technology that grows a perfect ecosystem. It is the future city that is redefining urban living, business and growth.
Cyberjaya City Centre contains several developments of various scales which include a world-class convention centre, hotel, serviced residences and hybrid-concept shopping mall. The latest plot ratio, development zone and the overall development phasing are as follows:-
Vibrant Commercial Areas
There are currently 80,000 day time population in Cyberjaya so the demand for commercial areas is growing. The newly opened D’Pulze Shopping Centre has high occupancy rate. Centrus Mall is also scheduled to be opened soon. IOI City Mall in Putrajaya is only 15 minutes drive away.
Growing Expat Communities
There are 6 universities/ colleges and accommodate about 23,000 students. There are 2 leading universities such as in Cyberjaya such as Lim Kok Wing andMMU, Cyberjaya has a growing number of expat communities. There are also about 800 companies with 35,000 knowledge workers in Cyberjaya which make Cyberjaya a good place to rent out their houses or apartments / condominiums.
Cyberjaya is one of Malaysia’s pioneer green townships with 48% of its land reserved for public amenities and greenery. The greenery of Cyberjaya is well maintained. Cyberjaya was also the first city to implement low carbon strategies in Malaysia. Several initiatives have been introduced in tandem with low carbon strategies, including emerging SMEs, District Cooling System, Green Buildings and Solar Power.
Next to Putrajaya
Cyberjaya is located close to the government office of Putrajaya. Most expats / foreigners prefer to stay closer to this to process or extend their VISA.
News source: (Houzcare)