This prime Malaysian metropolis is inviting for multinationals due to business opportunities and a growing number of experienced workforce. Kuala Lumpur is an important Asian city with the area of 243 km2 and more than 31,7 million occupants. It is a top hub for commerce, property services, education, and hospitality industry as well as manufacturing, construction, and electronics. Besides, the city boasts the country’s central research and medical establishments. The Asian pearl also offers countless comfortable and ultramodern workspaces, such as serviced offices. Kuala Lumpur is a top location for many entrepreneurs in Asia.
The core business area of the city is the Golden Triangle, which covers the City Centre and Chinatown. In the heart of the metropolis, one can see the Petronas Skyscrapers - the highest double construction. Key tenants in the serviced offices here are leading Kuala Lumpur companies such as oil corporations. They enjoy fully furnished workspaces, with meeting and lounge areas, IT-support, cleaning, and reception services. The TRX district might eventually become the city’s leading financial hub. The first phase of the construction projects here will be finished by the end of 2018. This area will provide new business premises to hundreds of domestic and international companies. Chinatown is well-known for its favorite tourist spots and a variety of gastronomic options.
You can reach the city’s landmarks on foot. Car renting services and taxis are available everywhere. The bus, metro, and monorail are popular commuting options here. The international airport of the city is among the world’s 5 best. It’s 75 km away from the metropolis center, in Sepang. It is one of Asia’s main aviation centers, and the building has a distinctive Malaysian design. Kuala Lumpur is the fourth outstanding shopper area in the world. A grand shopping event - the Mega Sale Carnival is conducted twice a year here. T
Kuala Lumpur promotes ecotourism, and the green spaces of the metropolis will be expanded with 100 000 trees in the nearest future. Lake Gardens in the very heart of the city provide a splendid opportunity to explore the collection of flowers as well as watching more than 3000 birds. Forest Research Institute is also worth a visit. It’s a reputed center with an impressive experience in tropical tree breeding. Green and forward-thinking, business-friendly and open, modern but preserving the best traditions, - Kuala Lumpur is a perfect place for living and doing business.