The 486-acre Bandar Malaysia development is more than a financial and business centre; the development comprises offices, retail, residential, arts and entertainment, medical and education components that offer convenience to the residents and working population there.
Another key feature that enabled IWH-CREC Sdn Bhd to win the Bandar Malaysia deal is the idea of creating an underground canal city — an inspiration which executive chairman of Iskandar Waterfront Holdings Sdn Bhd and chairman of Ekovest Bhd, Tan Sri Lim Kang Hoo obtained during a holiday in Montreal, Canada.
The plan is to turn the underground space into a 24-hour retail and entertainment centre that caters to the needs of the working population in Bandar Malaysia.
Designed as an integrated terminus, the connectivity and accessibility to public transportation and road system are the greatest advantages of Bandar Malaysia.
It comprises multi-level public transport networks including the upcoming Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR), soon-to-be-completed electrified double-tracking project, KTM Komuter, MRT and LRT, Monorail and Express Rail Link.
In terms of road connectivity, it is easily accessible via Duke 3, KL-Seremban Highway, SMART tunnel, Maju Expressway, East-West Link Expressway and future elevated highways.
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