An Introduction For Areas

Uncharted Beacons of Growth in Malaysia
Malaysia is a classic success story of how a backwater nation - dependent on agriculture and primary commodities - evolved into a manufacturing-based, export-driven economy in a period of less than 30 years after its Independence in 1957; spurred on by high technology, knowledge-based and capital-intensive industries.


Known for its rolling paddy fields and rich ethnic heritage, Kedah is one of the hot spots in Malaysia that one must visit when in the country.

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the capital and largest city of Malaysia.


Kelantan boasts a combination of traditional and modern day attractions to foreigners traveling around Malaysia, locals who want to experience the east coast and residents wanting a quiet, peaceful place to stay.


Historic City
Teeming with history and drama, Melaka is a must-see on any tourist’s itinerary in Malaysia. Its people, many descended from foreign countries who married and settled down here, have a culture and way of life distinct from the rest of Malaysia, so much so that UNESCO has named it a World Heritage Site in July 2008.

Negeri Sembilan

The State of Nine
Negeri Sembilan is a neighbouring state south of Selangor, west of Pahang, north of Melaka and northwest of Johor Bahru. The state is divided into seven administrative districts comprising of Seremban, Jelebu, Jempol, Kuala Pilah, Port Dickson, Rembau and Tampin.


Pahang, known as the largest state in West Malaysia, is located on the east coast and has its own charm and attraction.


The Pearl of the Orient - and Malaysia's Northern Corridor
From a backwater island, to a thriving British colony, to being dubbed the 'Silicone Valley of Asia', there is more to Penang than meets the eye - even to the casual visitor



The Land of Grace
Perak Darul Ridzuan, the second largest state in West Malaysia, has long been known for its tin-mining activities. Tin was what prospered the state but it was also what made it susceptible to threats of war and threats to its sovereignty.


It is worth mentioning Perlis when talking about Malaysia because even though it is the smallest state in the country, it has its own surreal and authentic ambiance.


Land Beneath The Wind
Sabah has a rich and natural charm, with much of its natural resources still maintained. Blessed with abundant natural resources, Sabah is a major contributor to Malaysia’s economy.


‘Gold Mine’
Selangor is the gold mine of the Federal Government, garnering the highest GDP in the country.


Sarawak is a land of mystery and relics but this remains part of its charm.


One may think Terengganu is a quiet city as compared with Selangor and Kuala Lumpur with its bustling city centres and vibrant population but it only takes a bit of time and a sense of adventure and open-mindedness to discover the true uniqueness of Terengganu.


Bangsar is the unofficial 'border' that demarcates Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, making it a strategic locality.

With easy accessibility from Jalan Bangsar on one side - which links to th...

Bukit Jalil

Bukit Jalil, strategically located between Sri Petaling to the east and Puchong to the southwest, is a suburb about 20 kms south of Kuala Lumpur and famed for its hosting of the 1998 Commonwealth Game...


Jinjang is known primarily for two things, its history and its food. The word Jinjang is said to be derived from the name of a pig which was brought into Malaya by a Chinese merchant which was believe...

Bukit Tunku (Kenny Hills)

The rich and famous make the luxurious neighbourhoods of Taman Duta and Kenny Hills their domain, and one look at the sleek, fashionable bungalows sporadically spread over area - with their own securi...



Kepong is strategically located just about 15 kms from the Golden Triangle. It is one of the most sought-after residential hotspots in recent years due to the ...


Kampung Datuk Keramat, also popularly known as just Keramat, is an urban residential and commercial hub in the Titiwangsa constituency of Kuala Lumpur. Sited on the northeast side of Kuala Lumpur city...

Mont Kiara

One of the Klang Valley's newest developments, Sri Hartamas is one of the most accessible neighbourhoods here. The calm environment of this area is a definite plus point for those who value serene, pl...

Pandan Jaya

Pandan Jaya is a matured residential and commercial area in Selangor. The township boasts excellent amenities and infrastructure due to its age and locality. Pandan Jaya features many properties rangi...


Segambut is a sub-district of Kuala Lumpur located about 20 minutes outside of Kuala Lumpur and is it has a very diverse population base. From the high end premium condominiums of Mont Kiara to the mi...



Seputeh is a neighbourhood located between KL city and Petaling Jaya.

Although the Seputeh parliamentary constituency extends all the way from Taman Desa...


Setapak is one of the major suburbs in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This district is positioned in the north-eastern part of Kuala Lumpur and has an area of 160 km2. It is comprised of Gombak, hot spring n...

Sri Hartamas

One of the Klang Valley's newest developments, Sri Hartamas is one of the most accessible neighbourhoods here. The calm environment of this area is a definite plus point for those who value serene, pl...

Sri Petaling


Sri Petaling, a suburb that is located at the south of Kuala Lumpur, is just next to Bukit Jalil, the national sports township where the Commonwealth Games was...

Taman Duta

The rich and famous make the luxurious neighbourhoods of Taman Duta and Kenny Hills their domain, and one look at the sleek, fashionable bungalows sporadically spread over area - with their own securi...

Taman Tun Dr Ismail

Taman Tun Dr. Ismail sits within the borders of the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, with Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) as its local authority. An upper middle class residential area, it neighbours ...

Wangsa Maju


Surrounded by Setapak, Wangsa Maju is a major township in Kuala Lumpur. It was part of the Setapak rubber estates situated north of Kuala Lumpur, from the 1900...


The Ampang area is the next hotbed of activities in Kuala Lumpur, especially amongst buyers and investors who prefer to be located just within the outskirts of the capital. Ampang is a high class resi...




To simply call Cyberjaya, Malaysia’s Intelligent City, falls short of what it actually is or will be. Touted as the Silic...



Kajang is made the district capital of Hulu Langat because of its central location. It is a town located on the eastern part of Selangor, Malaysia. Kajang is s...



Klang district consists of two mukims (sub-districts): Klang and Kapar. It covers a land area of 626.78 sq km, with a 53.75 km coastline. It is bordered by Kua...


Why not live in Puchong?

Puchong is technically a town situated in the Petaling District of Selangor. The lively but peaceful town is being embraced by the cities of Putrajaya and Kuala Lu...


The township of Serdang has transformed itself from being an isolated relocation project under the Brigg’s plan to a township which is driven by commerce and industry. Spurred by the growth of neighbo...

Sungai Buloh

Sungai Buloh is usually associated with commercial nurseries which sell plants and pottery. However, there is more to this town that’s located 15 minutes outside of Kuala Lumpur. Sungai Buloh is now a...

KLCC/Golden Triangle

The Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), as its name implies, refers to the prime plots of land and properties right in the middle of Kuala Lumpur city. One can easily get to the KLCC via Jalan Kuching, J...

Damansara Heights

Damansara Heights is one of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in the Klang Valley positioned high up on the hills in the midst of a quiet surrounding, just minutes away from the city centre. Indeed, p...

Jalan Sultan Ismail

Jalan Sultan Ismail is an attraction-packed street located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. This happening street offers a host of urban treats such as restaurants, pubs, bars and hotels. Jalan Sultan Is...

Bandar Menjalara

Bandar Menjalara is a township about 25 minutes outside Kuala Lumpur. It is named after the mother of the first Prime Minister of Malaysia Cik Menjalara. The township of Bandar Menjalara has a wide ra...


Brickfields was originally a simple residential neighbourhood in Kuala Lumpur, with Bangsar as its immediate neighbour. However, over recent years, the area has rapidly evolved into a commercial exten...

Jalan Ipoh

Jalan Ipoh is perhaps one of the most famous areas in Malaysia as it’s a relatively matured township and it offers many housing and commercial developments that caters to every budget and need. Furthe...

Taman Melawati

Taman Melawati is located 20 minutes out of Kuala Lumpur and is commonly known as the “Hollywood of Malaysia” as many local celebrities and politicians call Taman Melawati their home.

Kota Damansara

Kota Damansara Area Guide

Once a forest reserve, Kota Damansara has since transformed into a choice location for suburban folks given its proximity to mature neighbourhoods like B...

Desa ParkCity

The enclave of Desa Park City which covers an area of about 473 acres prime real estate has often been described as “a property goldmine” due to the fact that it has seen significant increase in real ...

KL Sentral

A transit-oriented development with Kuala Lumpur’s primary railway station as its core, Kuala Lumpur Sentral is known by many simply as KL Sentral. The project dates back to 1994, when the Malaysian g...

Kelana Jaya

The Kelana Jaya suburb of Petaling Jaya is a bustling area of residential and commercial properties. It features many amenities and facilities and hence it would be a good choice for anyone looking to...

Taman Desa

Taman Desa is an area in Kuala Lumpur located off Jalan Klang Lama aka OKR, with direct connectivity to Federal Highway and KL-Seremban Highway, the major arteries in KL.

The enclave, once ...

Mid Valley City

Mid Valley City

Mid Valley City is a mixed development project in Kuala Lumpur that has become an iconic landmark in retail, dining, entertainment, business and hospitality...

Kota Kemuning


An integrated township spanning across 1,820 acres, Kota Kemuning is located in the city of Shah Alam. Hicom-Gamuda Development Sdn Bhd is a joint-venture comp...

Bukit Bintang

Known as the shopping and entertainment district of Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang encompasses its namesake Jalan Bukit Bintang and its immediate surrounding areas. The district has long been recognised ...

Setia Eco Park

Setia Eco Park allows for the two concepts of nature and luxurious living to be subsumed into one workable concept where residents can enjoy the wonders that nature has to offer without sacrificing lu...



USJ is a one of the oldest townships in the Klang Valley which is commonly mistaken for Subang Jaya as it is located right next to Subang Jaya in The name is a...

Kuchai Lama

Kuchai Lama is a one of Malaysia’s leading suburban hubs and is located just 8km away from the Kuala Lumpur city centre. It is home to modern condominiums, apartments, service suites, gated and guarde...

Desa Pandan

Desa Pandan is a township located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.It is an area that is suitable for suburban living, as all the wonders that the city has to offer is right by your doorstep. Amongst the ...

Kampung Kerinchi (Bangsar South)

When Bangsar is mentioned, people usually think of clubs, food, drinks and shopping outlets located around the Telawi area. However there’s a new side of Bangsar which is called Bangsar South. This ar...


Solaris Dutamas, situated right smack in the centre of the bustling enclave of Mont Kiara is an up and coming development by Sunrise, an award winning developer. The development is deemed so successfu...

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