mahathir_4Launched in 1997 by the country’s fourth Prime Minister YABhg Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, Cyberjaya was developed to help affirm Malaysia’s status as a country of Knowledge-Based Economy. A fully integrated city complete with modern amenities and facilities, it is easily accessible via major highways such as The North South Central Link (Elite Highway), South Klang Valley Expressway, The Damansara-Puchong Highway, the State Road B15 Toll Free Highway and the Maju Expressway dedicated highway, which makes travelling from Kuala Lumpur City Centre to Cyberjaya a mere 26km or 20 minutes.

With a total land area of 7,000 acres, the Cyberjaya Flagship Zone (CFZ) is a self-contained intelligent city with world-class IT infrastructure, low-density urban enterprise, as well as state-of-the-art commercial, residential, enterprise and institutional developments. It is the ideal place to live, study, work and play. Conducive living with convenient amenities and facilities, Cyberjaya is home to MNCs, knowledge workers, enterprising businesses, students and families.


The planning was made in such a way to provide comprehensive infrastructure with principal emphasis on its enterprise and office development as the catalyst for the growth of ICT enterprises and the multimedia industry in Malaysia. It is also to promote Cyberjaya as the regional and global ICT hub to rival the best in the world.

Its competitiveness as a global ICT hub has made Cyberjaya one of the top destinations for business support services and outsourcing in the world. The city is also expected to see a large boom in population growth over the next 10 to 15 years, with residential developments expected to reach a population of 210,000, business developments providing for up to 120,000 employees and institutional establishments providing for 30,000 students.

Today, Cyberjaya is home to many multinational companies such as Shell, HP, Ericsson, BMW, HSBC, DHL and many more. It is also the chosen location for the nation’s top smart schools and institutions such as Limkokwing University College of Creative Technology (LUCCT), Multimedia University (MMU) and Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences (CUCMS). Not only that, many call Cyberjaya a home within its residential developments such as the exclusive Perdana Lakeview West, Perdana Lakeview East, The Serenity Garden Homes and D’Melor Condominiums, offering a wide array of homes.

The township also provides a conducive living environment with convenient amenities such as hotel, recreation centres, community clubhouse and more. City broadband services using fibre optic network is also available in Cyberjaya enabling high speed Internet access and network solutions right to the door step.

Welcome to Cyberjaya – Malaysia’s First Intelligent City.

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As one of the premier cyber cities in the region, more than 700 companies, including over 30 multinational corporations, have chosen Cyberjaya as the preferred location to operate their businesses. With the current 16 established property developers vying to invest more than RM20bil in Cyberjaya by 2016, there will be more than 28,000 residential units with an expected population of 100,000 by then. The opening of Cyberjaya's first neighbourhood mall, D'Pulze Shopping Centre and IOI City Mall Putrajaya will serve as a catalyst to boost Cyberjaya to the next growth tier. Coupled with completion of various residential developments, Cyberjaya will see population expansion soon. Other catalysts would involve the upcoming Cyberjaya City Centre, Xiamen University Malaysia Campus, the Maju Expressway extension through Cyberjaya and the Sungai Buloh-Kajang-Putrajaya MRT 2 extension. If you are seeking investment opportunities, Cyberjaya should be in your checklist. Call 016-7737036 for more information.