The Regional Business Hub
The gateway to SEA markets for decades, Kuala Lumpur offers exciting opportunities and a conducive environment for businesses to thrive.
Kuala Lumpur is having more tech giants moving into major office areas in the city, such as Kuala Lumpur Sentral (Google) and Mid Valley (Facebook).
According to Knight Frank’s recently-launched fourth-edition “Global Cities: The 2018 Report”
The prime rent for the Cyberjaya office market is just US$11.55 (RM48.90) per sq ft per year. It is ranked the second cheapest after Whitefield in Bengaluru, India’s high-tech industry centre which goes for US$9.65 per sq ft per year.
Fintech Reaches an Inflection Point in Malaysia
Live the Kuala Lumpur Life
Kuala Lumpur has maintained world-class standards across all sectors, so you can enjoy a quality lifestyle all around.
Malaysia’s healthcare system continues going from strength to strength as the government invests more in marketing the country as a global medical tourism destination. Kuala Lumpur offers high quality yet relatively inexpensive healthcare services and well-trained medical staff through a range of world-class clinics, hospitals and medical facilities.
For Tech Businesses
Booming IT Growth With A Growing Digital Population
With Cyberjaya and 20 other cyber centres in major cities, Malaysia is home to a population that can only be described as ‘internet savvy’, adopting mobile applications for everyday transactions.
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The average amount of time Malaysians spend on YouTube
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Hotspot for Startups
Malaysia is ranked 8th in the world as Most Startup-Friendly countries, ahead of ASEAN neighbours
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