Cyberjaya is a modern township with a quiet and pleasant suburban feel. It is popular with locals and expatriates alike, the latter often employed by the large number of multinational corporations that have been attracted to establish operations in the area.
Development of Cyberjaya began in 1997, with the focus of creating an attractive and modern township driven by commerce, education, and state-of-the-art infrastructure. The suburb is a key part of the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC), an initiative designed to promote high-technology industry in Malaysia, ensuring many local residents are employed in tech-focused industries. The result today is a well-connected and well-designed urban neighbourhood just 25 kilometres south of downtown Kuala Lumpur, and adjacent to Malaysia’s administrative capital of Putrajaya.
Cyberjaya property is broadly dominated by serviced apartments and upmarket condominiums, and as such is often seen as a high-end part of Selangor’s property market. Those exploring the potential of a Cyberjaya house for sale will find luxury bungalows make up much of the top end of local real estate, with a 3-storey bungalow in the area going for prices upwards of RM7.5 million, while a luxury Cyberjaya condo on the market today could reach prices of RM3 million or more.
Students of the universities that dot the area often resort to living in less expensive nearby neighbourhoods, which means Cyberjaya residents benefit from a relaxed suburb with ample local amenities. Popular Cyberjaya mall Dpulze provides the focal point of the neighbourhood’s retail and entertainment opportunities, a family-friendly shopping experience that offers a more laidback environment than some of the megamalls in nearby areas. Gem in Mall is another small local mall option in the neighbourhood, offering limited retail and food offerings, while Tamarind Square offers a modern lifestyle and retail complex famed for its soothing natural design.
Entertainment can also be found at the neighbourhood’s malls, with Gem in Mall offering badminton courts and basketball courts as part of its health and fitness offerings. Larger mall Dpulze is home to both a bowling alley and a popular cinema chain, as well as an arcade an indoor playground and education centre. Outdoor attractions in the area include the stunning Cyberjaya Lake Gardens, an outdoor habitat that boasts a great children’s play park. The nearby Perdana Lake and Cyberjaya Lakeside are other great outdoor areas that highlight the peaceful natural recreation areas enjoyed by residents.
With its reputation as a respected educational hub, Cyberjaya also boasts an array of universities and schools that make it a popular area to study. Alongside public schools, Cyberjaya is home to international schools such as Aberdeen Academy, King Henry VIII College, elc International School, Rafflesia International & Private School, and many other top international learning institutions.
Shopping in Cyberjaya often means a visit to one of the local supermarkets, with Redtick being an affordable local favourite that’s conveniently located next to two major highways. The township also boasts a Village Grocer at Tamarind Square, and Jaya Grocer at Dpulze Mall, offering a wide range of grocery staples alongside more expensive imported goods.
Cyberjaya food is a varied culinary experience, with traditional Malaysian favourites sitting beside a wide variety of fusion and western cuisines. Food offerings from malls like Dpulze and Tamarind Square are complemented by upmarket Cyberjaya apartment and lifestyle complexes such as Shaftsbury Square, ensuring residents can enjoy everything from popular steamboat restaurants to a steak and grill.
Due to its modern infrastructure design and extensive town planning, Cyberjaya is a well-connected neighbourhood that enjoys good links to Kuala Lumpur and nearby suburbs. The Maju Expressway (MEX) provides a direct route towards KLCC, offering a 20-minute travel time to the heart of the city. The nearby ELITE highway is another convenient route for residents, providing rapid travel to Kuala Lumpur International Airport, while the South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE) links the township to Port Klang.
When it comes to public transport, the Cyberjaya Transport Terminal links residents to bus services connecting to the wider Klang Valley, while Putrajaya & Cyberjaya ERL Station links residents to the KLIA Ekspres, connecting to major transport links at KL Sentral station.Read More
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