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Technology Park Malaysia

Technology Park Malaysia (TPM)

Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) is a science and technology park located in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, established in 1996. TPM started off by just leasing spaces for engineering based companies and has evolved over the years to playing a vital role in the growth of companies from ideation stage to commercialisation. Over the years, TPM has evolved from engineering to ICT, BioNexus (biotechnology) and Green Tech.

Under the latest Kuala Lumpur City Plan 2020, the subject site is zoned as ‘Technology Park’ in support of Kuala Lumpur’s vision towards the knowledge-based economy where clean, high-tech and research & development businesses are permitted. We have identified a slew of potential drivers that could leverage on the Industrial Revolution 4.0 where the technology disruption would be the game changer to attain a competitive edge.

Among the key sectors that requires focus on the potential Industry 4.0 drivers are engineering, medical, finance, ICT, electrical and electronics and energy. These industries would see a total revamp of how businesses are conducted with the applications of new technologies and solutions, including Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data, Robotics, FinTech and a slew of other solutions.

Figure 1: Enterprise 4 of Technology Park Malaysia.
Source: Technology Park Malaysia


TPM’s total land area stands at approximately 683-acre comprises three phases in which the Phase 1 and Phase 2 have collectively accounted approximately 368-acre leaving the very last piece of land to Phase 3 measuring approximately 315-acre for the envisioned ‘Technopolis’. The project is expected to begin by 2020 and will attract an estimated investment of RM20 billion.

Figure 2: Artist impression of the proposed Iconic Tower in TPM Phase 3.
Source: RSP Architect


Two decades ago, Malaysia hosted a world class sporting event, the 1998 Commonwealth Games whereby the government had invested RM2 billion to provide Bukit Jalil a major uplift by building, refurbishing and constructing the National Sports Complex, which is now known as the KL Sports City. Bukit Jalil had been rather quiet until it saw a comeback in the recent years.

Figure 3: KL Sport City
Source: CIDB (2018)

The TPM Phase 3 is located at the border of Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur and the state of Selangor, and acts as the middle point between Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) and Federal Territory of Putrajaya (Malaysia federal administrative centre). The site is connected with the Bukit Jalil Highway and MEX Expressway (E20) and both highways are linked to Shah Alam Expressway aka KESAS (E5), KL-Seremban Expressway (E37) and Sungai Besi Expressway aka BESRAYA (E9). The MEX Expressway, in particular, provides direct access to KLCC and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

In terms of rail lines, there are four Light Rapid Transits (LRT) serving the population of Bukit Jalil with the nearest being the Bukit Jalil LRT Station which is 1km away from the TPM followed by Sungai Besi, Sri Petaling, Awan Besar, and Muhibbah LRT Station.

The proposed commuter train (KTM) station and mass rapid transit (MRT) station will be located in the vicinity of Maju Kuala Lumpur, a mixed development in Sungai Besi. The proposed KTM station will sit in between Bandar Tasik Selatan KTM Station and Serdang KTM Station, whereas the MRT station for TPM will sit in between the stations of Sungai Besi and Serdang Raya North. Both stations are slated to complete by 2022.

Figure 4: Subject Site Locational Map
Source: RSP Architect / JLL Property Services (Malaysia)

The highly anticipated 50-acre Bukit Jalil City project comprising residences, serviced residences, shop offices and a 1.8 million square feet Pavilion Bukit Jalil mall is slated to complete by 2021. We can look towards a development of class and luxury in Bukit Jalil City.

The International Medical University (IMU) and the Asia Pacific University (APU) with a total combined students exceeding 15,000 are playing a vital role as both educational institute are bringing the millennials into Bukit Jalil who are already making a profound influence on the current environment and an impacting the future developments of the area.

Figure 5: Bukit Jalil City
Source: Bukit Jalil City (2018)

The project team is carefully assembled with the committed real estate professionals of JLL Property Services (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd. We are envisioning that the new Technopolis sprawling 315 acres in TPM will set a new benchmark and become a model for the future technology park developments in Malaysia.

Upon the completion of this Technopolis, it is expected to elevate Malaysia’s standing in the global science, technology and innovation limelight. Together, let us achieve ambitions. For more information, please refer to the contact list.



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