Wednesday, March 18, 2015

X2 Residency Taman Putra Prima Puchong for Rent

-2094 sqft brand new unit, high floor, facing pool
-4 Bedrooms /4 Baths
-40 feet wide balcony (private balcony at bedroom 2)
-Unit nearest to lift

-3 parking bays
-Renovated wet kitchen with sliding glass window, sink, hob and ventilation fan
-Renovated dry kitchen with kitchen cabinet/solid surface countertop
-3 nos Aircon
-4 nos ceiling fan with remote
-Main door grill
-RM2000 per month only

Clubhouse Facilities, Residence Lounge, Gym room, Sauna, BBQ & Alfresco dinning, Sky lounge with WIFI, Infinity pool & Jacuzzi, Children playground, Maze Garden, Game room, Reading room, Mini Golf, Rooftop Garden, Theatrette, Observation Deck, Sky Pool with Jacuzzis, Rooftop Amphitheatre, Mini Cinema

further details and viewing please contact:-

Call 012-2368456

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Home Tuition Services @ Putra Prima

Hi, I am Kelly. I provide home tuition services to SJKC and SK primary students (Std 1 to Std 6) for all subjects except Chinese. For enquiries,
Please contact me at my mobile: 012-6924428 or email address:

Thank you.

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Korean Private School @ Selangor Science Park 2

"In addition to economic relations, the ambassador highlighted the project of a Korean school following Korean syllabus, which will be located in Selangor Science Park 2 and thereby support Selangor’s attraction to Korean investors. En Hasan immediately extended an offer to support the project in regard to facilitating application procedures with local Malaysian authorities and relevant departments. The new Korean school will cater to at least 240 children and adds another international school to the strong education profile of Selangor. The state is already home to more than 30 international schools and thereby provides an excellent investment environment as well as standard of living for multinational companies and expat families."

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Saville @D'Lake, Puchong is now open for pre-booking

Saville @D'Lake, Puchong is now open for pre-booking. Call us at 03-7981 0901 or visit our sales gallery in Old Klang Road to know more about this project.
Venue: Saville Residence, 128 Jalan Klang Lama, 58000, Kl


PKNS, Raudhah City Signs MoU To Develop City With RM12.3 Million @ Selangor Science Park 2

SHAH ALAM - The Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Raudhah City Sdn Bhd to develop the Raudhah City with a gross development value (GDV) of RM12.3 million.The Chief Minister, Mohamed Azmin Ali, said that the development at the Selangor Science Park 2 will have a positive impact on the economy and the well-being of the people.He said that construction on the 533 acre land will also be able to strengthen the role of PKNS as a leader in real estate in Malaysia.
“The state government is also emphasising on holistic development that covers the interests of the people of different races and religions.
“The development of Raudhah City needs to ensure that being Islamic will have nothing to do racism, extremism and terrorism,” he said.
He said this during the MoU signing ceremony at the Shah Alam Convention Centre (SACC) today.
He then, together with the representative of Saudi Binladin Group, Yehia Jawad Yehia, witnessed the signing ceremony between PKNS and Raudhah City Sdn Bhd.
PKNS was represented by the General Manager, Azlan Md Alifiah, and his deputy, Noraida Mohd Yusof, while Raudhah City Sdn Bhd was represented by its Chairman, Datuk Seri Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohd Tahir, and the Chief Executive Officer, Mohd Fadzli Hashim.
Raudhah city will be developed in 25 countries around the world and Malaysia was chosen as the first country and Selangor is the first site for the development.
The development project will focus on several clusters of economy which are the early education cluster, higher education, medical tourism, creative multimedia, commercial and residential.
The city concept is also recognised by the World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) in 2013 in London as the first modern Islamic city in the world.
The project is expected to take 15 years to be fully completed, while the first phase, which starts next year, is expected to be completed by 2020.

Source: Selangorkini

Selangor Science Park 2 Moving At Snail’s Pace

DENGKIL: After close to a decade and over a billion ringgit, the Selangor State Development Cor­poration (PKNS) has little to show for its investment in the Selangor Science Park 2 (SSP2) project in Dengkil.
According to PKNS, only about 10% of the 526.1ha in Bukit Baja, Dengkil it acquired in 2004 for this high-tech park has been developed. Sceptics are concerned that given the lack of progress, this may turn out to be another white-elephant project, considering the total land and devel­opment costs thus far amount to RM1.24 bil.
PKNS general manager Azlan Md Alifiah admits the state government agency needs another 10 to 15 years to achieve a total gross development value (GDV) of nearly RM10 bil. However, he is expecting “more devel­opment” starting next year.
According to PKNS, the science park has roped in Hanwha Q CELLS Malaysia Sdn Bhd (Qcells), a manufacturer of solar cells, solar panels and solar mod­ules. The company, which is one of Europe’s leading photovoltaic providers, is based in Germany and is part of South Korea’s Hanwha Group.
Another project that has been rolled out in the park is residential devel­opment Vega Residensi 1, a serviced apartment project that has been sold out. The solar manufacturing facility is sprawled over 25.9ha, while the latter takes up 4.04ha.
Under the park’s mas­terplan, 60% of the land is allocated to industrial lots and commercial use, 30% to residential space and the balance of 10% to infra­structure. SSP2 is designed to attract main players in high technology, particularly biotechnology and pharmaceutical indus­tries, yet the only tenant in the project is Qcells.
Asked about other investors planning to set up facilities at SSP2, Azlan says the corporation has yet to secure any.
During a media site visit organised by Selangor State Investment Centre Bhd (SSIC) on Nov 18, Azlan was asked about the reason behind the slow pace of SSP2’s progress. He explained that PKNS’ approval from the local authority to con­vert the land use to mixed development took the first four years. Subsequently, infrastructure construction work took about two years.
“I do admit it is a slow start and it is quite difficult. But at the end of the day, if there are no takers 10 years from now, we can reconvert the land for other purposes. So we are not worried about the situation. However, we believe we have the catalyst for Korean investors to venture into SSP2, especially with the establishment of a Korean school within the development,” Azlan reveals.
“We want to be a sustainable devel­oper. We do not want to build just for the sake of building, without considering the requirements or market demand. It took us 30 years to develop Shah Alam with land sizes of more than 4,046ha and this shows that we are a long-term player,” he adds.
A market observer is concerned about the project being able to attract local and foreign investors. He also says if things do not go well, the company faces the possibility of higher costs to reconvert the land and this is a risk factor that needs to be taken into consid­eration. PKNS funded the SSP2 project with its own cash and funds raised from sukuk.
Azlan tells FocusM that PKNS has allocated RM27 mil to demolish and reconstruct a bridge in the area which collapsed last year. Construction is expected to start by March next year and will take about 12 months.
PKNS business development senior manager Norzila Sidek says the alloca­tion of industrial lots is set in a 50:50 ratio for both local and foreign investors.
She adds management has been talking to Japanese, Korean and other investors and hoping that educational facilities there such as colleges, a Korean school and an Islamic international school will be added attractions for potential investors.
Norzila says that Selangor was com­mitted to creating high-tech industrial parks in the state, hence PKNS built Selangor Science Park 1 (SSP1) in Kota Damansara. The park was completed in 1995 with a total land size of 1,174ha, of which 160ha were for industrial lots and the rest for commercial and residential units and amenities, she says.
“To show continuity in this effort, we started SSP2 which is located next to Cyberjaya. In developing it, biotechnol­ogy and pharmaceuticals are the main areas we are focusing on, instead of pure manufacturing facilities,” Norzila adds.

Source: FocusMalaysia 5/12/2014