Cyberjaya is a planned city in Malaysia. The effort started in the year of 1996 and Cyberjaya is expected to be fully developed by 2020.
The municipality of Cyberjaya, which is located in the district of Sepang in the state of Selangor and is dubbed “the Silicon Valley of Malaysia,” first opened its doors to the public in 1997. With its location on 7,000 acres of freehold land in Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC), this town is divided into four primary zones which are enterprise, commercial, institutional, and residential. It is a vital component of the Multimedia Super Corridor.
As a result, only the best possible environment for multimedia enterprises can be expected, as evidenced by the large number of multinational corporations (MNCs) that have established operations in Cyberjaya.
Located in the heart of a lush natural environment, Cyberjaya is equipped with a plethora of intelligent network services and a diverse range of facilities of world-class standards. Fast forward to now, and the area has experienced a significant increase in construction activity over the years, thanks to the efforts of Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd, the main developer of this township.
It is home to not only government institutions such as the Malaysian Department of Public Services, the Ministries of Education and Human Resources, and the Sepang Municipal Council, but also around 600 enterprises with MSC status, including BMW, Dell, and IBM.
While residences in Cyberjaya tend to be more upscale, the city is also home to a significant number of institutions and a variety of lower-priced properties that cater to the city’s growing student population. Among these institutions are the University of Cyberjaya, the Multimedia University (MMU), and Limkokwing University, among others.
The city of Cyberjaya would be the polite, restrained introvert who works late into the night on a regular basis if humans were cities. Never worry, as Dpulze Shopping Centre and Gem In Mall contribute to the city’s vibrant nightlife and shopping.
From educational institutions such as the University Malaysia of Computer Science and Engineering, the Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences, the Cyber Putra College, and the Kirkby International College to D’Pulze Shopping Centre, the township’s first mall, this pioneer green township is equipped with a variety of amenities. It is also home to the University Malaysia of Computer Science and Engineering.
The majority of the infrastructure of Cyberjaya has been meticulously mapped out in advance. Due to the large and thorough fibre optic cabling that has been installed, the majority of the residential areas in the area have access to the highest fibre optic internet.
These days, Cyberjaya has developed into a foodie’s paradise, thanks to the abundance of excellent restaurants and cafes serving a diverse range of cuisines and styles. There is indeed Arabic food, Korean food, Japanese food, and a variety of other cuisines available.