The proposed Bandar MSC Cyberport is a mixed development spread across 150 acres of freehold land at Indahpura Development Zone in the district of Kulai.
The project’s site is located approximately 35 km north-west of Johor Bahru city centre, which is currently surrounded by a number of established and on-going residential developments.
Bandar MSC Cyberport’s planning is based on attaining a world-class infrastructure and 'cluster' effect that will create an active environment for the growth of the 'technopreneur' businesses. Recreational activities will converge seamlessly within a vibrant IT system of the Cybercity, making it an ideal place to work, live and play. Strategically located at the meeting point of the North-South Highway and Second Link Highway, the site is only 90 minutes drive from Singapore and a three-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur.
The design of Cybercity adopts most of the salient elements of the established Cyberjaya development in Klang Valley, and in this respect this development will create another Silicon Valley of Malaysia. An iconic signature design theme is applied without sacrificing the functionality of the building.
It will have the infrastructure and clustering effect that would create the enabling environment for technopreneurs to nurture and grow their businesses.
Phase one comprises the Cyber Enterprise Complex and the Cyber Incubator. Water elements play a considerable part here, with emphasis on GBI’s requirement for design sustainability and environmental, eco-friendly building characteristics as follows:
- Fewer carbon emissions.
- Recycling of natural resources such as water and heat for building domestic consumption.
- Reducing the production of heat source to the surrounding environment.
- Ensuring the building work has minimum impact on the surrounding environment.