Key Industrial Areas | Industrial Malaysia
Sungai Buloh: Surrounded by Notable Industrial Parks
Sungai Buloh is a town, mukim and parliamentary constituency in the northern part of the Petaling district of Selangor. It is located 16 km northwest of downtown Kuala Lumpur and 8 km north of the Subang Airport. Sungai Buloh is located at the borders of Damansara, Kepong and Kuang.
Subang Jaya: The most sought-after landmark for industrial properties
Subang Jaya is known for its mature residential area, vibrant township, and commercial and educational hubs. Over time, due to the increase in population, the area has become an alternative town for industrial developments. Its population has exceeded 650,000 people.
Shah Alam - ‘Silicon Valley’ in Selangor’s Golden Triangle
Shah Alam is the capital of Selangor. It is famous for its oil palm and rubber trade with a thriving population that has grown exponentially from 40,000 to over 600,000 people.
Rawang: A Growing Industrial Activities Area
Rawang is a town and mukim located in the Gombak District of Selangor, Malaysia. It is approximately about 23 km northwest of the city centre of Kuala Lumpur. In the early days, Rawang was famous for its tin mining activities. The population in Rawang is about 120,447 people.
Puchong: A growing town
Puchong has witnessed tremendous development for the past two decades.
Petaling Jaya: Electrical and Electronics, Life Sciences, F&B, Manufacturing, Transport Equipment, and Machinery Sectors.
Petaling Jaya is well known for its industrial area, which mainly serves the machinery and equipment industry.
Penang: Blooming digital economy
Penang’s skilled workforce, robust supply chain and top-notch infrastructure make it a preferred destination for investments. Its population has grown significantly to 1.77 million people in 2021.
The Northport container terminal started operating in November of 1972 and has since become one of Malaysia's busiest container terminal ports due to its strategic location.
Meru is a small town located in the Klang District of Selangor, Malaysia. It is approximately a 10-minute drive from Kapar town. Meru consists of a mixture of commercial, residential as well as industrial sectors.
Klang’s history predates Malacca’s and can be considered one of the oldest cities in Malaysia, having been occupied for about 2,000 years.
Kapar is a town located in the Klang District of Selangor, Malaysia, and it is located about 16 km north of Klang town and 21 km from Port Klang. The Kapar River nearby to the town centre flows into The Straits of Malacca.
Johor: The Southern Gateway of Malaysia
Johor is the second largest state in Peninsular Malaysia. Johor’s economy has grown significantly for the past decade, riding on the exponential growth of the Singaporean economy. Its population has reached 3.6 million people, the second-largest population in Malaysia.