The hub of Malaysia’s new Multimedia Super Corridor, Cyberjaya makes up a science park and town that was opened in 1997 to hold many multinational companies and data centres.
The physical infrastructure:
Covering an area of roughly 29 square kilometres the Multimedia Super Corridor is essentially a large town. The site holds many multinational organizations, governmental departments education facilities that make is a truly future-focused location.
Currently, about 100,000 people enjoy the facilities and amenities available and with continuous development such as the Citadines DPulze Cyberjaya that helps to bolster those numbers to hit 210,000 by 2020.
In order to cater to the range of individuals, using the residential area, office spaces and other the facilities, the nightlife in Cyberjaya currently accommodates several bars and restaurants that include Japanese food as well as a brand-new mall!
This emerging township strives to provide some of the most modern amenities for all its visitors and residents and currently holds a police station, fire station, recreational park, community club as well as hotel apartments in Cyberjaya.