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Key Highlights Acknowledgements Introduction Key Landmarks Land Prices And Availability Major Economic Activities Basic Infrastructure And Amenities Key Players: · UEM Land Bhd · Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB) · Leisure Farm by Mulpha International Bhd · KSL Holdings Bhd · SP Setia Bhd Useful Information (Iskandar Malaysia) Useful Addresses i ii 1 3 7 9 11 23 25 32 39 44 48 52 53

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)


· A key component of Iskandar Malaysia, Nusajaya, with 24,000 acres (100 sq km) of contiguous land,

is the single largest privately-owned land bank in Southeast Asia.

· Flagship B will be a major new growth centre of Iskandar Malaysia where most of the catalyst projects

will be developed within the area. Projected population size for this area is 500,000 by 2025.

· Current key economic activities in Flagship B are focused towards mixed property development, state

and federal administration and warehousing. Going forward, Flagship B would be the hub for hi-tech manufacturing, biotechnology, creative, medical, education and tourism. Hence, Flagship B offers lots of investment opportunities for investors to participate in the development of Iskandar Malaysia, either by embarking in joint-venture developments or acquiring prime development land parcels in Nusajaya.

· UEM Land is the landowner and master developer of Nusajaya and other key players include Iskandar

Investment Bhd and Mulpha International Bhd.

· Key players in Nusajaya are property developers including UEM Land, Iskandar Investment Bhd and

Mulpha International Bhd. Middle Eastern Consortium (Mubadala, Kuwait Finance House and Millennium Development) and Iskandar Investment had in August 2007 signed a MOU to develop a RM4.2 billion (US$1.2 billion) integrated international city development, referred to as Node 1 (covering 2,230 acres).



· Most land banks in Flagship B are residential (freehold and leasehold) and Industrial types (freehold or

20+40-year leasehold).


Flagship A

· Danga Bay Holdings Sdn Bhd · Crescendo Corporation Bhd · Johor Land Bhd · Mah Sing Group Bhd · Pelangi Bhd


· Johor Corporation · Johor State Planning Committee · Johor State Investment Centre · Economic Planning Unit of Johor (UPENJ) · Johor Tourism Action Council · Johor Bahru City Council · Johor Bahru Tengah Municipal Council · Kulai District Council · Pasir Gudang Local Authority · Pontian District Council · Khazanah Nasional Bhd · Malaysian Industrial Development Authority (MIDA) Johor · Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) Johor · Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) · MMC Corporation Bhd · Ho Chin Soon Research Sdn Bhd

Flagship B

· UEM Land Bhd · Iskandar Investment Bhd · Mulpha International Bhd · KSL Holdings Bhd · SP Setia Bhd

Flagship C

· Port of Tanjung Pelepas · Tanjung Bin Power Plant · Tanjung Bin International Maritime Centre · KIC Oil and Gas Group

Flagship D

· Johor Port Bhd · Tanjung Langsat Port Sdn Bhd · TPM Technopark Sdn Bhd · Malaysia Pacific Corporation Bhd We also wish to acknowledge and thank all the individuals, departments and agencies involved in contributing their views and input to this publication.

Flagship E

· Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd · IOI Properties Bhd · Asiatic Land Development Sdn Bhd · UM Land Bhd · MSC Cyberport Sdn Bhd · Lee Rubber Group





Source: UEM Land Bhd


Location. Nusajaya is located west of Johor Bahru, in close proximity to Port Of Tanjung Pelepas and Gelang Patah. It is also strategically located within a 45-minute drive of Singapore's Changi Airport a regional aviation hub, and Johor's Senai Airport. The regional city is built in an area spanning 24,000 acres combining residential, commercial and industrial elements. Key Functions/Activities. Key catalyst projects in Nusajaya are Johor State New Administrative Centre (JSNAC), Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (SiLC), Medical Park, EduCity, Puteri Harbour, Node 1, International Destination Resort (Theme Park) and Nusajaya Residences. Historical Background. Nusajaya's planning was done in the mid 1990s when the MalaysiaSingapore Second Link was in the planning process. However, the regional financial crisis in 1997 took its toll and set the development back by several years. In 2003, there was a restructuring of the land use. A revised Master Plan approved by the Johor State Government formulated a framework that included several catalyst developments that were deemed necessary to kick-start Nusajaya's growth. Connectivity. Currently, Flagship B is accessible via the Second Link Expressway, connecting to the North-South Expressway at Senai. It is a 15-minute drive from Nusajaya to the Malaysia-Singapore Second link.




Source: UEM Land Bhd


Puteri Harbour


Medical Park

State Admin. Centre

Integrated Waterfront Lifestyle

Education Hub Nusajaya Residences

Medical Centre of Excellence

Int'l Destination Resort


Node 1

Theme Park

Managed Industrial Park

Thematic Residences

Mixed-use Development




Johor State New Administrative Centre (JSNAC)

JSNAC will be an integrated development of Johor State and Federal government department offices that spans 320 acres. The components that will be established in JSNAC are the Johor State Assembly Building, Chief Minister and State Secretary Complex, State and Federal Government Office Complexes and a ceremonial plaza. For more information on JSNAC, please refer to page 26. The land is under the ownership of State Secretary Johor (Incorporation).

Puteri Harbour

Puteri Harbour is a 688-acre integrated waterfront development that offers exceptional living, office parks, shopping and recreational spots and waterfront lifestyle activities. Key components of this development are the public marina and private marina that offer 286 berths including 10 mega yacht berths. For more information on Puteri Harbour, please refer to page 26. The land is under the ownership of UEM Land Bhd.


EduCity is a 305-acre education enclave that will be a fully integrated knowledge-based hub comprising world-class universities, industry-centric R&D clusters, academic-industry action centre, international schools and colleges, accommodation and recreational facilities, as well as conference and exhibition centres. Well-known international schools, faculties of colleges and universities will be located in EduCity. Faculties planned are Economics, Business, IT, Medicine, Agricultural Technology, Food Sciences, Education and Fine Arts. For more information on EduCity, please refer to page 33. The land is under the ownership of Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB).



Medical Park

Medical Park, now being branded as Afiat Healthpark, spans 68 acres and caters to three distinctive areas under the health spectrum, namely modern medicine, traditional and complementary medicine (TCM) and wellness. Afiat Healthpark will include a private hospital, private specialist clinics, a health screening centre, a commercial village, a nursing college, a rehabilitation centre, a dialysis centre and facilities for traditional and complementary medicine. For more information on Afiat Healthpark, please refer to page 25. The land is under the ownership of UEM Land Bhd.

International Destination Resort

This prospective tourism magnet is centred within 2,379 acres of development-ready land and will be anchored by a strong recognisable brand. Its components will include theme parks, retail and entertainment district, hotels, food and beverage districts, resort real estate and golf courses. The land is under the ownership of Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB).



Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (SiLC)

Labelled a clean and green, world-class managed industrial park, SiLC capitalises on its proximity to an established network of two international airports and five seaports. An industrial zone with a unique green industrial park concept, SiLC is designed and planned to meet the current demand for environmentally sustainable development that complements both the economy and quality of life. For more information on SiLC, please refer to page 25. The land is under the ownership of UEM Land Bhd.

Nusajaya Residences

Nusajaya Residences combine the best of urban living and the refreshing, de-stressing power of nature. Complemented by modern amenities and infrastructure that put safety and security foremost, they are set amidst oases of greenery, in the form of landscaped parks, gardens and the tropical mangroves of coastal Johor. Each development will boast signature features that distinguish it from the rest, elevating them from mere bricks and mortar to embodiments of lifestyle statements. Among the residential areas being developed are Horizon Hills, Ledang Heights, East Ledang and Nusa Idaman. For more information on Nusajaya Residences, please refer to page 26. The land is under the ownership of UEM Land Bhd.



Node 1

Node 1 is a development spreading over 2,230 acres of land, located in Nusajaya, between the new Johor State Administrative Centre and the Second Link to Singapore. Total GDV of Node 1 over 15-20 years is US$20 billion (25% within 7 years). On 29 August 2007, IIB, through its subsidiary Rim City Sdn Bhd (RCSB), entered into a series of agreements with three leading consortiums led by: (i) Mubadala Development Company, (ii) Kuwait Finance House and (iii) Millennium Development International Company, totaling US$1.2 billion (or RM4.2 billion) for land and infrastructure, to develop the first integrated international city development in Iskandar Malaysia. In each of the three consortiums, IIB will be a strategic partner with a 30% stake. The development will spread over a 20-year period. The three consortiums have agreed to develop three different clusters: (i) Mubadala consortium - This consortium will act as the master concessionaire and land developer (MCLD) investing about US$520 million (or RM1.8 billion) for the lifestyle and leisure cluster comprising a city centre, golf village, amusement bay, residential district, and a medical and wellness village, in an area of about 1,240 acres. (ii) Kuwait Finance House Consortium - Will act as MCLD, investing about US$330 million (or RM1.2 billion) for the cultural cluster comprising the logistics village, creative park and heritage district, of over 620 acres.

Source: Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB)

(iii) Millennium Development Consortium - Will act as the MCLD, investing about US$325 million (or RM1.1 billion) in land concessions for an international financial district zone covering over 365 acres.




The Malaysian Government has allocated an additional 8,000 hectares of land to support the expansion of existing industries as well as the introduction of new industries in Nusajaya, Senai and the PTP area. Hi-Technology Industrial Park and Biotechnology will be the main focus in Nusajaya. Currently, there are about 2,000 hectares of industrial land available for investment purposes by 2025 in Flagship B.

Proposed New Industrial Areas With New Economies

Industry Areas Nusajaya Main Clusters Hi-Technology Industrial Park, Biotechnology, etc Cluster Nodes High-tech manufacturing R&Dbased activities ­ bio-medical, engineering technology MSC, MICE, Medical Tourism, Educational, etc. Asiacade-Convention Centre, Smart Venture Labs, Electronics/ICT Centre, Animation Theme Park, SME Creative Park


Nusajaya Creative Park

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

Three cyber cities will also be proposed in Iskandar Malaysia as part of MSC Phase 2 (2004 - 2010) namely Nusajaya, Johor Bahru Central Planning Area and the University Teknologi Malaysia SkudaiIndahpura area. In this second roll-out, the MSC Cybercity/Cybercentre status goes beyond the original designated areas in order to spread the MSC benefits nationwide, enhance national and regional growth and competitiveness, and bridge all forms of digital divide in the country.

Cyber Cities In Iskandar Malaysia

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)



Based on the information provided by key landowners in Nusajaya as illustrated in the table below, as at 15 February 2008, the residential land prices range between RM40 - RM55 (US$13 - US$17) per sq ft in Nusajaya, while the industrial land is between RM23 - RM25 (US$7 - US$8) per sq ft.

Company UEM Land

Project Nusajaya

Type Of Development Mixed development Residential Industrial Mixed development Mixed development Mixed development Residential Mixed development Mixed development Industrial

Land Availability (acres) 12,790

Price (RM per sq ft) * * *

IIB SP Setia Mulpha Land KSL

Source: IRDA

Node 1 KST Bukit Indah Leisure Farm Taman Nusa Bestari

2,230 2,270 1,550 40 - 55 1,903 227 10

Price (RM/per sq ft)* - Land prices will vary depending on location, land use and development status. Enquiries can be made further to UEM Land Bhd.




Nusajaya will be a major growth centre where the Nusajaya Central Planning Area is identified as the city centre of Iskandar Malaysia. Nusajaya has also been identified as MSC Cyber City where its infrastructure will meet the 10 Bills of Guarantee. New investments into Iskandar Malaysia will also be focused in Nusajaya. The Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) highlighted that there are about eight major economic activities in Flagship B, namely MSC-based, R&D, creative and multimedia, software development, engineering and emerging technology, biotechnology, medicine and health, multimedia and technical education. As illustrated in the table below, Nusajaya represents only a fraction or 0.12% of the total manufacturing activities in Iskandar Malaysia. Going forward, the percentage of manufacturing industries in Nusajaya should show an increasing trend when SiLC fully kick-starts its operations. No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Zone MBJB (Johor Bahru City Centre) Tebrau Pasir Gudang Skudai Senai-Kulai Nusajaya Pontian Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) Total

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

% of Existing Manufacturing Industries 46.77 23.65 13.55 9.52 6.32 0.12 0.05 0.02 100.00

As part of the long-term development plan of Iskandar Malaysia, Nusajaya will also be the hub for ICT, and Hi-Tech Industries by 2025. As these are the `new' sectors that the Government will want to develop in the long-term, it offers excellent investment opportunities for investors to participate in the development of Iskandar Malaysia.



Distribution Of Major Planned Industrial Areas 2025

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)





Infrastructure plays a pivotal role in supporting the manufacturing industry. The primary components for basic infrastructure and amenities are roads and transportation services, water supply and distribution, electrical supply, gas supply, sanitation-wastewater collection and removal as well as solid waste collection and removal. These services are bundled together to support business activities in the surrounding Pasir Gudang area.

Power Supply

The key directions in Flagship B are to ensure: (i) sufficient supply of power to cater for the growth of Iskandar Malaysia; (ii) its objective of becoming a world-class sustainable conurbation; and (iii) the reliability of power within Iskandar Malaysia. The present supply of electric power in Nusajaya area is sufficient. Based on the following supply and demand table, the capacities of all main intake substations are able meet the demand.

Projection Of Power Supply Demand In Flagship B (2000 - 2025)

Sector Domestic Commercial Industry Sub total Street Lighting (5%) Total (MW) 308.35 372.17 490.15 643.57 805.75

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

2005 154.17 92.50 46.25 292.93 15.42

2010 186.09 111.65 55.83 353.56 18.61

2015 245.08 147.05 73.52 465.64 24.51

2020 321.79 193.07 96.54 611.39 32.18

2025 402.87 241.72 120.86 765.46 40.29

The proposed targets for power supply for Iskandar Malaysia are as follows: · Improve System Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI) from the current 105 minutes/customer/ year (2004) to less than 20 minutes/customer/year. · System Average Interruption Frequency Indexes (SAIFI) from 1.11 (2004) to less than 0.5.

Committed Sub-station (PMU) In Flagship B

TNB will increase the capacity of the main intake to meet the increase in demand expected up to 2025. The plans for upgrade within Nusajaya area are illustrated in the following table: Study Area Main Substation Intake Desa Cemerlang Taman Sutera Casa Saujana Sg. Tiram Sub total

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

Rate (MVA) 2X60 2X60 2X60 2X60

Voltan (kV) 132/22 132/22 132/22 132/22

Capacity (MVA) 120.00 120.00 120.00 120.00 480.00

Max. Demand (MWMD) -

Target Year Completion 2008 2010 2010 2010

Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru Tengah (MBJBT)



Water Supply

The current supply of water is adequate in meeting the needs of Iskandar Malaysia, with a reserve of about 100%.

Existing Iskandar Malaysia Water Supply

Treatment Plant Layang Layang Extension Sg. Johor - Stage 2 Lower Pulai Treatment Plant Sg. Johor - Stage 3 Sayang Treatment Plant Total

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

Water Supply (mid) 182.0 136.0 159.0 82.0 159.0 140.0 858.0

Existing and Proposed Water Treatment Plants in Iskandar Malaysia By 2025, the estimated consumption is 1,418 million litres per day, an increase of 44% compared to the consumption in 2005. The tables below show the existing and proposed water treatment plants till 2025.

Existing and Proposed Water Treatment Plants

2003 Existing Treatment Plants: Layang Layang Extension PUB Skudai Sg. Johor ­ Stage 2 Lower Pulai Treatment Plant Sg. Johor ­ Stage 3 Sayong Treatment Plant Total Proposed By Syarikat Air Johor Holdings Bhd: Johor Bahru Treatment Plant (Sg. Johor) Sedili Besar Treatment Plant - Stage 1A Sedili Besar Treatment Plant - Stage 1B Total Grand Total

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)






182.0 136.0 75.0 159.0 82.0 159.0 0.0 793.0

182.0 136.0 0.0 159.0 82.0 159.0 140.0 858.0

182.0 136.0 0.0 159.0 82.0 159.0 140.0 858.0

182.0 136.0 0.0 159.0 82.0 159.0 140.0 858.0

182.0 136.0 0.0 159.0 82.0 159.0 140.0 858.0

182.0 136.0 0.0 159.0 82.0 159.0 140.0 858.0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 793.0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 858.0

140.0 0.0 0.0 140.0 998.0

140.0 0.0 0.0 140.0 998.0

140.0 210.0 0.0 350.0 1208.0

140.0 210.0 210.0 560.0 1418.0



Telecommunications, Water Supply, Gas Supply And Power Supply Facilities

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)



Road Networks

The Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) has proposed a road network system of 423.96 km in Iskandar Malaysia with an estimated cost of about RM4.8 billion, of which about RM1.3 billion has been identified for projects to upgrade roads in Nusajaya. The proposed road upgrade in Nusajaya should be completed by 2010, as proposed under the Ninth Malaysia Plan (9MP). The proposed road networks in Nusajaya are as follows: Road Network System Expressways New and Upgraded Primary Roads New and Upgraded Secondary Roads TOTAL

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

Length (km) 98.10 212.00 113.85 423.95

Implementation Phase 2004 - 2020 2004 - 2020 2004 - 2020 2004 - 2020

Total Cost (RM million) 1,471.65 2,317.50 983.65 4,772.80



Length (km) 14.5

Implementation Phase 2008 - 2010

Indicative Cost (RM million) 1,200.00


Proposed new road: Johor Bahru-Nusajaya Entrance to Johor State New Administrative Centre, Nusajaya to Second Link


2006 - 2009


Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

Proposed Expressway Development

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)



Nusajaya holds tremendous promise to become a regional hub through which Malaysian and multinational businesses can effortlessly and efficiently connect with all four corners of the globe. Strategically positioned in Johor, Nusajaya offers full connectivity via comprehensive air, road, rail and sea networks, as well as via fibre optic telecommunications infrastructure.

Access To Nusajaya

Source: UEM Land Bhd.

Currently, Nusajaya is accessible via the Second Link Expressway, connecting to the North-South Expressway at Senai. It is also accessible via local trunk roads. With the total population in Iskandar Malaysia forecasted to grow to 1.5 million by 2010, the existing and proposed road network system will most likely be unable to cope with the continuous traffic growth.



Proposed Primary Road Development

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

Proposed Secondary Road Development

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)



Transit Oriented Development

By 2010, the population in Iskandar Malaysia is forecasted to be 1.5 million, of which about 0.54 million and 0.59 million are within the Johor Bahru Municipal Council and Majlis Perbandaran Johor Bahru Tengah. Therefore, for ultimate integration, the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) has proposed the development of the Light Rail Transit (LRT) as well as the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) System. The LRT will include a 59-km route connecting Pasir Gudang to Nusajaya, totaling RM2.66 billion, to be completed by 2020.

Proposed Development of Light Rail Transit (LRT)

Routes Pasir GudangNusajaya Route Length (km) 59.0 No. Of Stations 19 Travel time (1-way trip) 120 minutes Implementation Phase 2016 - 2020 Indicative Cost (RM million) 2,660.0

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

Meanwhile, the MRT will include a 36-km route connecting Johor Bahru Sentral II to Nusajaya. With estimated total costs of RM495 million (US$150 million), the implementation phase would be between 2011-2015.

Proposed Development Of Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)

Routes JB Sentral II-PTP Route Length (km) 36.0 No. Of Stations 11 Travel time (1-way trip) 55 minutes Implementation Phase 2011 - 2015 Indicative Cost (RM million) 495.0

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)



Proposed Comprehensive Public Transportation System For Iskandar Malaysia

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

Rail Network And Transit Stops

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)




Community Facilities

Community facilities form an essential part of the urban environment. These facilities include schools, hospital and healthcare services, shopping malls & hypermarkets, public community centres, libraries, sports & recreational facilities, social welfare, postal, religious houses, police stations, childcare centres, fire & rescue stations, public buildings and transportation. Existing Community Facilities In Flagship B (Nusajaya) In flagship B, currently, there are about 346 schools, 128 religious reserves, 16 police stations and 19 healthcare facilities. The table below highlights the existing available community facilities in Flagship B: District Education Unit Pulai Jelutong Total 340 6 346 Ha 656.94 12.85 Religious Reserves Unit 124 4 128 Ha 46.61 1.64 16

Community Facilities

Security Unit 16 Ha 15.01

Healthcare Unit 18 1 19 Ha 13.13 1.21

Others Unit 85 1 86 Ha 21.18 0.81

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)

Demand For Community Facilities In Flagship B (2025) Based on the projected total population of 3.0 million in 2025, the demand for community facilities will increase in tandem. As illustrated in the table below, by 2025, the demand for community facilities in Flagship B will consist of 270 schools, 940 religious reserves and 2 healthcare facilities. District Education Unit Pulai Jelutong Total 145 125 270 Ha 442.89 157.64

Community Facilities

Religious Reserves Unit 699 241 940 Ha 162.28 55.85

Healthcare Unit 1 1 2 Ha 17.54 6.04

Others Unit 108 37 145 Ha 4.33 1.49

Source: Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)



International Schools

Currently, most of the international schools in Iskandar Malaysia are located in Flagship A (Johor Bahru City Centre) due to the concentration of population arising from major business activities in both areas. However, there are also plans to build more international schools in Iskandar Malaysia to cater to the expected growing numbers of expatriates coming to work in various Flagships in Iskandar Malaysia. As illustrated in the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP), the percentage of foreigners to total population of Iskandar Malaysia is expected to increase from 6.6% presently to 12-15% by 2025. The existing International Schools in Iskandar Malaysia are as follows: International Schools in Iskandar Malaysia

SRI UTAMA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Jalan Beringin, Melodies Garden, 80250 Johor Bahru. Tel : (607) 334 7714/15 or 334 8452 2 Jalan Yahya Awal, Johor Bahru. Tel : (607) 226 0222, Fax : (607) 226 0333 9 Jalan Skudai, 80200 Johor. Tel : (607) 221 8112, Fax : (607) 224 6770 No. 6, Jalan Lembah, Off Persiaran Seri Alam, 81750 Johor Bahru. Tel : (607) 386 4562, Fax : (607) 386 4561



Source: Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA)

Similarly, other facilities such as hospitals/healthcare services, and shopping malls/hypermarkets are mostly located in Flagship A (Johor Bahru City Centre). The distance between Johor Bahru City Centre and other Flagships in Iskandar Malaysia is within 15 - 45 minutes' drive. Government Hospitals and Healthcare Services in Iskandar Malaysia

HOSPITAL PERMAI Jalan Tampoi, 81200 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-237 3333, Fax : 07-237 1396 No of beds: 1400


Jalan Persiaran Mutiara Emas Utama, Taman Mount Austin, 81000 Johor Bharu. Tel : 07-356 5000, Fax : 07-356 5034 No of beds: 236 Hospital Sultanah Aminah, 80100 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-225 7000, Fax : 07-284 1590 No of beds: 989 Hospital Temenggung Seri Maharaja Tun Ibrahim, 81000 Kulai. Tel : 07-662 3333, Fax : 07-662 2605 No of beds: 93



Source: Ministry of Health



Private Hospitals and Healthcare Services in Iskandar Malaysia

Hospital Pakar Johor (Multidisciplinary) 39-B, Jalan Abdul Samad, 80100 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-223 7811, Fax : 07-224 8213 No. 33, Jalan Tun Abdul Razak (Susur 5), 81000 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-223 3377, Fax : 07-223 8833/222 6961 66A, 66B, 68A, 68B, Jalan Kuning Taman Pelangi, 80400 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-333 1263, Fax : 07-334 5823 17, Jalan Payamunis, Taman Johor, 81200 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-234 8899, Fax : 07-234 9988 No. 2, Jalan Sutera 3, Taman Sentosa, 80150 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-331 1088/331 1089, Fax : 07-335 5787 No. 5 & 7, Jalan Ronggeng 2, Taman Skudai Baru, 81300 Skudai. Tel : 07-557 0577, Fax : 07-577 0577 No. 6B, Jalan Harimau, Century Garden, 80250 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-771 3103, Fax : 07-771 3258 Lot PTD 7522, Jalan Kempas Baru, 81200 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-236 8999, Fax : 07- 236 8222 Pusat Perniagaan Pasir Gudang, Lot 17 & 18, 81700 Pasir Gudang, Johor. Tel : 07-252 1800, Fax : 07-251 8199 No. 77 & 79, Jalan Balau 3, Taman Rinting, 81750 Masai, Johor. Tel : 07-387 7403, Fax : 07-387 7809 No. 7 & 7A Jalan Keli, Batu 10, 81300 Skudai Johor. Tel : 07-558 5750, Fax : 07-558 5773 Level 33B, Menara Landmark, No. 12, Jalan Ngee Heng, 80000 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-278 3333, Fax : 07-278 2222 No. 28, Jalan Sutera, Taman Sentosa, 80150 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-333 2555/332 3500, Fax : 07-332 3600 No. 4, Jalan Sri Perkasa 1/5, Taman Tampoi Utama, 80400 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-333 1263, Fax : 07-334 5823 S2-03, 2nd Floor, Century Plaza, Jalan Harimau, Century Garden, 80250 Johor Bahru. Tel : 07-333 5055, Fax : 07-333 5633 No. 2, Jalan Sri Perkasa 1/5, Taman Tampoi Utama, 81200 Johor Bharu. Tel : 07-241 1100, Fax : 07-241 2619

Hospital Pakar Puteri (Multidisciplinary)

Chia's Maternity and Gynaecology Specialist (Maternity Home )

Hospital City Heart Care

Hospital Hoo Specialist Maternity & Surgery Sdn Bhd Hospital Pakar Skudai, Skudai Surgical Centere (M) Sdn Bhd

Hospital Century Medical Centre

Hospital Kempas Medical Centre

Hospital Penawar Sdn Bhd (Multidisciplinary)

Klinik dan Wisma Bersalin Rabbishfina (Maternity Home)

Klinik Pakar Wanita dan Hospital Bersalin Skudai (Maternity Home) Landmark Medical Centre Sdn Bhd

Loke Specialist Maternity Centre

Hospital Perling Medical Centre Sdn Bhd

Specialist Women Hospital Sdn Bhd (Maternity Home)

Tan Klinik Pakar Perbidanan

Source: Ministry of Health



Shopping Malls/Hypermarkets · Jusco Tebrau City · City Square · Plaza Kotaraya · Plaza Seni · Plaza Pelangi · Plaza Angsana · Perling Mall · Pelangi Leisure Mall

Source: Johor Tourism Action Council

· Holiday Plaza · Giant Hypermarket · Carrefour · The Zone Shopping Centre · Jusco, Permas Jaya · Kompleks Pusat Bandar, Pasir Gudang · Skudai Parade

Other Facilities

Hotels/Resorts · The Puteri Pacific Hotel · Hyatt Regency Hotel · Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza · Sofitel Hotel · Grand Blue Wave Hotel · Straits View Hotel · Crystal Crown Hotel · Eden Garden Hotel · Selesa Hotel · Tropical Inn Hotel · Merlin Inn Hotel · Rasa Sayang Hotel · Seri Malaysia Hotel · Paradise Skudai Hotel · Surf Pacific Hotel

Source: Johor Tourism Action Council

Golf Courses · Austin Hills Country Resort · Pulai Springs Golf & Country Club · Starhill Golf & Country Club · Ponderosa Golf & Country Club · Tanjung Puteri Golf & Country Club · Royal Johor & Country Club · Resort Poresia Country Club · Octville Golf & Country Club · Pelangi Driving Range · Palm Resort Golf & Country Club · Permas Jaya Golf Club · Daiman 18 (Public Course) · Palm Villa Resort · The Legends Golf & Country Resort · Kukup Golf Resort

Source: Johor Tourism Action Council

State Police Station Contacts Johor State Police Headquarters: (607)-225 4422 Johor State Police Headquarters 24-hour Hotline: (607)-225 4499 Johor State Police Hotline: (607)-225 6622, (607)-225 4688, (607)-222 1999, (607)-225 4499, (607)-222 9478 Website: Fire Stations Contact No: 999 Website:






UEM Land Bhd

Company Profile

· UEM Land was incorporated in Malaysia on 7 October 1982 as a public limited company under the name of Renong Bhd. On 27 December 2003, it assumed its present name. · UEM Land is now the flagship company for property businesses in the UEM Group and is a subsidiary of UEM World Bhd. · UEM Land's premier project is Nusajaya, an integrated urban development in south-west Johor which is also one of the flagship zones of Iskandar Malaysia.


· UEM Land is the master developer of Nusajaya. · Nusajaya ­ a 24,000-acre integrated development comprises residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional developments. Its seven signature developments are currently UEM Land's largest projects. · The principal thrust of Nusajaya's development strategy is to offer the global business and residential markets a sustainable and well-planned community, set against a backdrop of greenery, water-features, landscaped parks and gardens. This iconic integrated development is propelled by nation-building aspirations, commercial vigour and a commitment to stakeholder value enhancement. · Nusajaya's seven signature developments are the Johor State New Administrative Centre (JSNAC), the Puteri Harbour waterfront precinct, Medical Hub, EduCity, Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (SiLC), International Destination Resort and Nusajaya Residences. These signature developments will act as catalysts for the future development of not only Nusajaya but Iskandar Malaysia as well.

Catalyst Projects In Nusajaya

1. Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters (SiLC)

· SiLC ­ Southern Industrial and Logistics Clusters ­ is envisioned to be a world-class, managed, clean and

green industrial park designed and planned to meet the current demand for environmentally sustainable development.

· A 1,300-acre flagship industrial development with a cluster-based approach, featuring advanced,

innovation-driven industries augmenting the value-chains of integrated `clean' industrial clusters in three major areas ­ advanced technologies, health and nutrition and integrated logistics.

· Phase 1 with 300 acres of freehold land is ready with infrastructure available in plot sizes starting from 3

acres onwards. 2. Medical Park

· Medical Park, now being branded as "Afiat Healthpark", a 68-acre holistic and fully integrated

development that caters to three distinctive areas under the health spectrum, namely modern medicine, Traditional and Complementary Medicine (TCM) and wellness.

· The proposed hospital development is by Columbia Asia, owned by the principals of Columbia Pacific

Group, a Seattle, Washington developer and operator of healthcare and retirement housing facilities throughout the world. This development forms the first phase development of Afiat Healthpark which also includes a neighbourhood commercial centre, private specialist clinic and a health screening centre.

· The second phase of Afiat Healthpark would comprise a dialysis and rehabilitation centre, a nursing

college, a wellness and Traditional and Complementary Medicine (TCM) Academy as well as specialist clinics.

· Infrastructure work for Phase 1 is ongoing and due for completion by the end of 2008. The development

and construction work will be commencing soon.



3. Johor State New Administrative Centre (JSNAC)

· JSNAC is a modern and state-of-the-art administration centre comprising Johor State and Federal

Government offices.

· Its Phase 1 components include the Johor State Assembly Building, Chief Minister and State

Secretary Complex, Dataran Mahkota Plaza and the State Government Departments Complex which is targeted to be completed in the first half of 2008.

· As at June 2008, Phase 2 of JSNAC comprising the State Government staff quarters and mosque

is at planning and design stage. Both building concept designs have been approved by the Johor State Government.

· Phase 3, comprising the Federal Administrative Centre, is also at planning and design stage and

negotiations with Economic Planning Unit (EPU) are still ongoing to finalise the scope and obtain approvals. 4. Puteri Harbour

· Puteri Harbour is an integrated waterfront and marina development that spans 688 acres and

offers a panoramic view of the Straits of Johor. This waterfront precinct is adjacent to JSNAC and offers boundless real estate benefits to the astute investor. It is envisaged to be a unique lifestyle community, offering the experience of exceptional waterfront living, dining, fashion, the arts and culture in a safe and picture perfect natural setting.

· Puteri Harbour will be an ideal location for global or regional commerce and events, with state-ofthe-art facilities and a business-friendly environment that will create world-class personal or business investment opportunities.

· The marina club house is targeted to be opened in the third quarter of 2008. The public marina is

scheduled to be opened by the end of 2008.

· Limitless LLC of Dubai is developing, under a joint venture with UEM Land, a premier residential

enclave featuring canal homes with individual berthing in Residential North.

· Damac Properties of Dubai purchased three parcels of commercial land totalling approximately

43.6 acres in June 2008 and plans to develop commercial and residential properties as well as a private marina.

· The Waterfront Precinct will be developed in phases spanning 15 years and is estimated to be fully

completed in 2021. 5. Nusajaya Residences 5.1 Ledang Heights

· Ledang Heights is an exclusive bungalow park enclave located in the prime residential area of


· Designed and laid out to make the most of the 360 acres of rolling hills on which it is located,

Ledang Heights offers generous plot sizes to build your desired palatial home. Spaciousness is a definitive feature of Ledang Heights with its picturesque lake vistas and lush green central park while its 24-hour security creates a sanctuary for your total peace of mind.

· Its unbeatable location makes it only a 30-minute drive from downtown Singapore. · Ledang Heights is completed with 90% of its 571 bungalow plots sold.



5.2 Horizon Hills

· Horizon Hills is a strategic partnership development between UEM Land and Gamuda Land. It is an

up-market lifestyle residential development with 13 themed precincts over 1200 acres of freehold land centred around an 18-hole championship golf course and a signature resort clubhouse.

· Each precinct offers different soothing picturesque views, i.e. residences at "The Golf" precincts.

They are developed on lush landscapes surrounded by fairways and greens while the lake-front residences at "The Cove" and "The Island" precincts fulfill a lakeside-living lifestyle.

· Horizon Hills launched its 1st phase of the development called "The Gateway Precinct" in March

2007 which was fully sold within three months.

· Horizon Hills has opened its second precinct "The Golf" for sales. It features a limited collection of

bungalows and semi-detached abodes all facing the undulating green fairways, as well as clusters and terrace residence. Each home is carved onto the natural landscape of gentle slopes and linked by pathways via theme gardens, a Central Park and flanked by a magnificent 18-hole golf course crafted by the renowned Ross Watson.

· The 18-hole par 72 championship golf course has been completed.

5.3 East Ledang

· East Ledang is an upscale residential community where resort-like homes are nestled in a serene,

lush natural landscaped environment offering residents the space to pursue every aspect of a healthier, peaceful and relaxed lifestyle. Besides the 31 esoteric gardens, East Ledang homes are set in precincts and sub-precincts which offer a gated community boosted by an elite round-theclock CCTV monitoring system and mobile patrol force.

· Serenity Park, Phase 1 of East Ledang was launched in February 2008 and attracted a high

percentage of foreign buyers. 5.4 Nusa Idaman

· Nusa Idaman is a mixed development comprising residential and commercial units spanning

across 250 acres in the suburbs of Nusajaya. It features an individual precinct concept, single entry and exit points, low density, lush parks and family recreation space.

· Nusa Idaman is one of the first residential developments that features landscaped backyard

gardens in all of the houses. All homes in Nusa Idaman are built using quality materials that are synonymous with the Nusajaya brand. Nusa Idaman is nestled within a lush 650 acres of Nusajaya Regional Park which will be maintained as a nature reserve.

· 279 units have been completed with a Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC) and

handed over 8 months ahead of schedule.



Future Developments

UEM Land is continuously exploring new projects both in Nusajaya and elsewhere in Malaysia. Details of such new projects will be made available in due course, as and when they are formalised.


1. Headquarters: 18th Floor, Menara 2, Faber Towers, Jalan Desa Bahagia, Taman Desa, 58100 Kuala Lumpur 2. Nusajaya Centre: No. 8, Ledang Heights, 81560 Nusajaya, Johor Darul Takzim

Phone No/Fax

1. Headquarters: +603 7625 5085/+603 7625 8870 2. Nusajaya Centre: +607 277 3700/+607 277 3701



enquiry: [email protected]

Contact Person

Name Department E-mail Tel (Office) : : : : Zamry Ibrahim General Manager, Strategic Marketing, UEM Land Bhd [email protected] +607 277 3700/ +607 277 3773

Date Of Incorporation

7 October 1982

Major Shareholders

1. UEM World Bhd (71.5%) 2. UEM Group Bhd (28.5%)



Board Of Directors

1. Y. Bhg. Dato' Ahmad Pardas Senin 2. YM Raja Azmi Raja Nazuddin 3. En Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim

Senior Management

1. En Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim 2. En Mohd Auzir Mohd Tahir 3. En Zulkifli Tahmali Managing Director, UEM Land Bhd Chief Executive Officer, Cahaya Jauhar Sdn Bhd Director, Strategic Marketing, Corporate Communication and Facilities Management Director, Finance, Corporate Affairs & Investments General Manager, Leisure and Lifestyle General Manager, Industrial Development (SiLC) General Manager, Corporate Communications General Manager, Risk Management, Transformation and Investments General Manager, Human Resource and Administration General Manager, Township, Infrastructure Planning General Manager, Special Projects General Manager, Direct Developments General Manager, Cost Management and Control General Manager, Waterfront Development General Manager, Strategic Marketing

4. En Mohd Zakir Omar 5. En Adnan Azhar Ismail 6. En Johan Ramli 7. Pn Karimah Tan Abdullah 8. En Mohd Zahid Dasahi

9. En Razman Radzi 10. En Rusli Zainal Abidin 11. Ar Saiful A. Abd Ghani 12. En Suhairi Ramly 13. YM Tengku Azahari Tengku Azib 14. En Zamani Kasim 15. En Zamry Ibrahim



Major Clients, Co-Developers And/Or Affiliates

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Johor State Secretary Incorporation Khazanah Nasional Bhd Limitless LLC DAMAC Properties Sdn Bhd SP Setia Bhd Country View Bhd Hektar Klasik Sdn Bhd Crescendo Corporation Bhd / Panoramic Industrial Development Sdn Bhd Gagasan Kencana Sdn Bhd Horizon Hills Development Sdn Bhd (formerly known as Arapesona Development Sdn Bhd) HG Metal Manufacturing Ltd Yongnam Holdings Ltd Infra Expert Development Sdn Bhd

Gross Development Value

Total (acres) 1,300 68 688 111 Residential Residential North (This is Institutional Commercial/ Mixed Afiat Healthpark Puteri Harbour Industrial SiLC GDV* TBC TBC TBC TBC Freehold Yes Yes Yes Yes

part of the 688acre Puteri Harbour development)

320 1,200

(a 50 % jointventure project with Gamuda Bhd




TBC RM2.40 bn

Yes Yes

Horizon Hills

275 251

East Ledang Nusa Idaman




RM1.02 bn RM516 mil

Yes Yes

Price (RM/per sq ft) *

Land price will vary depending on location, land use and development status. Further enquiries can be made to UEM Land Bhd.



Nusajaya Masterplan

Source: UEM Land Bhd



Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB)

Company Profile

Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB), formerly known as South Johor Investment Corporation Bhd (SJIC), is the sole developer assigned to be the catalytic force for Iskandar Malaysia. Incorporated on 3 November 2006, the company comprises stakeholders from both the federal and state levels. As a pivotal investment house in Iskandar Malaysia, Iskandar Investment Bhd promotes, coordinates and invests in strategic and catalytic initiatives through shareholding stakes in joint ventures or contribution of land, to engineer public-private partnerships to accelerate and enhance the growth of Iskandar Malaysia. As an investment-holding company, Iskandar Investment Bhd is a commercial entity and will ensure a continuous return for shareholders while maintaining sustainable growth and international positioning of Iskandar Malaysia. Iskandar Investment Bhd has been selectively forging joint ventures with "best in class" partners who share its vision of creating an iconic hub of development in Asia. Iskandar Investment Bhd is empowered to promote, coordinate and invest in strategic and catalytic initiatives through joint ventures and granting of concessions or development rights. The main mission of Iskandar Investment Bhd is to promote and coordinate the overall development and world-class status of Iskandar Malaysia. Led by a team of high calibre professionals, Iskandar Investment Bhd offers its investors and partners a range of profitable opportunities to explore new business frontiers. With strong financial depth and assets, Iskandar Investment Bhd is well placed to drive change forward to profit its partners, as well as the region and the nation. Iskandar Investment Bhd offers a myriad of investment opportunities in 6 sectors namely tourism, educational services, logistics, financial advisory, healthcare and creative industry. For the creative industry, there are opportunities in creative and design services, creative talent management services, film and television, games and animation, creative R&D, online and mobile content, integrated media and content services, and visual and performing arts. For more information, please visit us at



Fast Facts

· The stakeholders of Iskandar Investment are: Khazanah Nasional Bhd ­ the investment arm of the Malaysian Government Employees' Providence Fund ­ the nation's largest pension fund Kumpulan Prasarana Rakyat Johor Bhd - a company wholly-owned by the Johor State Government, where Iskandar Malaysia is located Iskandar Investment Bhd is tasked to facilitate the implementation of Government funded projects under the 9th Malaysia Plan (2006 - 2010), which will eventually complement the infrastructure roadmap in the new city of Iskandar Malaysia. Iskandar Investment Bhd's subsidiaries include: (a) Rim City Sdn Bhd - the master concessionaire of Node 1; and (b) Kota Selat Tebrau ­ the developer for the waterfront real estate development. As a responsible corporate citizen, Iskandar Investment Bhd has a Corporate Responsibility (CR) to preserve and conserve the environment. This area is chosen because of the expandability of the programme that could reach several target audiences.




Current/Ongoing Projects

1. Node 1 - International mixed-used development by investors and property developers over an area of approximately 96 million sq ft or 2,230 acres in Nusajaya. It will be an attractive and vibrant development of global standards where residents, businesses and visitors will enjoy a world-class environment that is liveable and sustainable. 2. Kota Selat Tebrau - Waterfront development spanning over 4,636 acres comprising commercial, leisure and residential real estates. 3. EduCity - a fully integrated education hub comprising world-class multi-university campus, academia-industry action centre, international schools and colleges, as well as accommodation and recreational facilities. 4. International Destination Resort - Project entails creating an international theme park resort with a strong international brand and identity. 5. 9th Malaysia Plan Infrastructure Projects - As part of the overall infrastructure requirements of Iskandar Malaysia, several construction contracts have been earmarked by the Malaysian Economic Planning Unit as essential for the upgrading of the existing roads and highways network within Iskandar Malaysia.



Node 1

Node 1 is within the Nusajaya development zone, one of the five Flagship Zones of Iskandar Malaysia. It will be an attractive and vibrant development of global standard where residents, businesses and visitors will enjoy a world-class environment that is liveable and sustainable. This 2,230-acre project, which will be an international mixed-use development, will comprise nine development zones as indicated: The City of Style City Centre As the nucleus of the overall development, this will feature top class shopping facilities, a marina and water activity centre, hotels, an apartment complex and other facilities that will create a city centre with heart and soul. Nucleus of Prosperity Financial District Grouped conveniently together will be the corporate headquarters of various financial institutions, high-rise office buildings, 5-star hotels and a World Trade Centre. The Champions' Club Golf Village The centrepiece will be a magnificent 36-hole world-class golf course, with executive housing, a health centre, a marina, a public park and schools. Indulge In Excitement Amusement Bay The emphasis is on recreation and entertainment, with a host of facilities designed to stimulate and inspire. These include a water activity centre, a resort hotel, an international spa and boutique villas. Keys to Success Residential District There is so much choice with various types of residential units like apartments, executive villas, singles accommodation, town houses plus a 5-star hotel. To serve residents and families, the district will also have three schools and a commercial area. The Right Moves Logistics Village This will feature warehouses, telecommunications facilities, haulage and air cargo facilities, regional distribution and international procurement centres. Cultivating Innovation Creative Park New ideas and breakthrough projects can be nurtured here, with its creative-based museum, corporate office buildings, a business incubator, a knowledge village, two hotels and boutique villas. Inner Wealth Medical and Wellness Village The infrastructure in the medical community includes a teaching hospital, clinical buildings, a spa village, rehabilitation centre, health and sports centre, a boutique hotel and other facilities. Nurturing Noble Values Heritage District The Heritage District will house the estate headquarters, with training and education centres, museums and galleries, a health and sports centre, residential apartments, a commercial area and other developments.

Node 1 will be developed by Rim City Sdn Bhd in collaboration with its business partners: · Mubadala from Abu Dhabi · Kuwait Finance House from Kuwait · Millennium Development International Company (MDI) from Dubai




1. Main Office: #G-12, Block 8, Danga Bay, Jalan Skudai, 80200 Johor Bahru, Malaysia. 2. Satellite Office: Level 23, South Wing, Menara TM, Jalan Pantai Baru, 50672 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 3. Singapore Liaison Office: 80 Raffles Place, No. 26-22, UOB Plaza Singapore 048624.

Phone No/Fax

1. Main Office : +607 233 9000/+607 233 9001 2. Satellite Office : +603 2246 0600/+603 2246 0601 3. Singapore Office : +65 6535 6857/+65 6535 0913



[email protected]

Date Of Incorporation

3 November 2006

Major Shareholders

1. Khazanah Nasional Bhd 2. Employees Provident Fund 3. Kumpulan Prasarana Rakyat Johor Bhd (KPRJ). KPRJ is a company wholly-owned by the Johor State Government



Board Of Directors

1. Dato' Azman Bin Hj Mokhtar 2. Datuk Azlan Bin Mohd Zainol 3. Dato' Ghazali Bin Mohd Ali 4. Mohamed Lotfy bin Mohamed Noh 5. Johar Salim Bin Yahaya 6. Md Yusof Bin Hussin 7. Ganen Sarvananthan 8. Arlida Ariff

Senior Management

1. Arlida Binti Ariff 2. Rosenah Binti Mohd Hassan 3. Adlan Bin Ahmad 4. Abdullah Bin Arshad 5. Khairil Anwar Bin Ahmad 6. Mohd Razaleigh Bin Zainal 7. Mohd Azmi Bin Hitam 8. Mazlan Bin Ami 9. Shamsul Anuar Bin Abdul Majid 10. Mohd Nordin Bin Jamaludin 11. Roslina Binte Arbak 12. Rostam Bin Razali 13. Khairuddin Bin Ismail 14. Yee Mun Yin 15. Teh Cheng Hock 16. Muhammad Zainal Ashikin Bin Muhammad Rejab 17. Ahmad Sazali Bin Ismail 18. Ng Yan Chuan Managing Director Executive Director Executive Director Director Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President Senior Vice President MD's Office CFO's Office Project Design and Implementation Human Capital Management Education Development Marketing and Branding Risk Management Financial Planning and Fundings Project Planning and Concept Development Legal and Secretarial Corporate Communications Project Design and Implementation Contract Management and Administration Retail and Commercial Programme Management Leisure and Hospitality Internal Audit Development



Land Banks Of IIB

Source: Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB)



Location Of Node 1

Source: Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB)



Leisure Farm by Mulpha International Bhd

Company Profile

Leisure Farm Resort & Residences is developed by Leisure Farm Corporation Sdn Bhd, which is a whollyowned subsidiary of Mulpha International Bhd, a conglomerate listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia. Leisure Farm is the first residential development within Iskandar Malaysia which has won numerous accolades and awards ­ FIABCI Malaysia, FIABCI Prix d'Excellence, PAM and ILAM awards. Mulpha is Malaysia's largest real estate investor and developer in Australia, owning world-class assets that include Sanctuary Cove and Hyatt Regency Sanctuary Cove in Queensland, InterContinental Sydney, Hilton Melbourne Airport, Norwest Business Park Sydney, The Hotel School Sydney, Bimbadgen Estate in New South Wales' Hunter Valley and the world-renowned and award-winning Hayman Great Barrier Reef.

Core Businesses/Services/Facilities

1. Property Development: Development of residential and commercial properties 2. Property Management: Management of apartments 3. Property Investment: Investment in real estate/properties Accessibility 1. 15 minutes from Tuas, Singapore, via the Second Link Expressway 2. 10 minutes to Port Of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) Johor 3. 25 minutes from Senai International Airport 4. 4 minutes to Gelang Patah Town Centre 5. 40 minutes from Johor Bahru 6. Local accessibility via Jalan Gelang Patah

Current/Ongoing Developments

Development Components Residential A) Bungalow Precinct · Current Precincts ­ 1,2,4,5,6 launched · Future Precincts ­ 3 and 7 (Build Then Sell) B) Strata Village Homes · Garden Court Village Homes · Pinggiran Bayou Village Homes · Bayou Water Village Homes · Future launches · Target Market ­ Malaysians working in Singapore, Singaporeans and foreigners Commercial · Business Park · D' Rimbunan Village Centre SOHO · Hotel Village Marina Recreational/Medical/Education related component · International school · Heath Farm · Police Beat · Bale Equestrian & Country Club · Community Recreation Club · Kayu Manis Orchard & Nursery · Canal Parkway Phasing Plan · 7 Residential Precincts



Type Components Bungalow lots Strata Semi-detached Commercial

Component Units 1,200 1,400 215 11 parcels Area (acres) 792 90 21 128

Current Units 773 415 0 0 Area (acres) 800 28 0 0 Units 700 1,200 215 11

Future Area (acres) 462 77 21 128

Future Development

Balance of 700 acres of undeveloped land area, with and without infrastructure.


Sales Office Johor : D'Rimbunan, The Village, No.8 Jalan Peranginan, Leisure Farm 81560 Gelang Patah, Johor Darul Takzim Singapore : No.51, Goldhill Plaza #12-02/03/04, Singapore 308900.


Selangor : Bangunan Mulpha, 17 Jalan Semangat, 46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.

Phone No/Fax

Sales Office Johor : +607 556 3003/+607 556 3160 Singapore : +65 6254 8280/+65 6254 3677 Headquarters Selangor : +603 7957 2233 or +603 7955 1344/+603 7957 9421


Contact Person

Headquarters Name : Company : Designation : E-mail : Johor Name Company Designation E-mail : : : : Koh Boon Teng Mulpha International Bhd Senior Sales and Marketing Manager [email protected] Toh Po Reen Leisure Farm Corporation Sdn Bhd Assistant Sales Manager [email protected]



Date Of Incorporation

25 May 1989

Major Shareholders

1. Mulpha International Bhd (50.57%) 2. Cartaban Nominees (Asing) Sdn Bhd (9.10%) 3. Sun Hung Kai Investment Services Ltd for Top Champ Assets Limited

Board Of Directors (Mulpha International Bhd)

1. Lee Seng Huang 2. Chung Tze Hien 3. Law Chin Huat 4. Dato' Robert Chan Woot Khoon 5. Kong Wah Sang 6. Chew Hoy Ping 7. Dato' Lim Say Chong Executive Chairman Chief Executive Officer Director Director Director Director Director

Senior Management (Mulpha International Bhd)

1. Lai Meng 2. Ronn Yong 3. Siew Fook Wah 4. Mokhtar Singh 5. Koh Boon Teng 6. Peter Lim 7. Poreen Tan Chief Executive Officer Executive Director Senior Project Manager Resident Resort Manager Senior Sales and Marketing Manager Sales and PR Manager (Singapore) Assistant Sales Manager

Land Bank (in acres)

Total 1,903 Total GDV Commercial 128 2.2 billion Residential 1,775 Freehold 1,903 Leasehold



Location Of Leisure Farm

Source: Mulpha International Bhd



Location Of Leisure Farm

Source: Mulpha International Bhd



KSL Holdings Bhd

Company Profile

With a track record of more than twenty years, KSL Group's property development has strived to establish itself as the fastest growing property developer in building chic and affordable residential and commercial properties in Johor. Since KSL Holdings Bhd's successful listing on the main-board of Bursa Malaysia in February 2002, its group of companies has been growing rapidly and steadily over the years. The group has successfully maintained its profitability based on its competitive advantages of being a reputable developer, offering competitive pricing without compromising on safety and quality, strategic land banks, quality control and last but not least, contemporary concept and design. Some of the Group's successful housing projects in Johor Bahru consist of Taman Nusa Bestari 2, Taman Nusa Bestari, Taman Bestari Indah and Taman Kempas Indah.

Core Businesses/Services/Facilities

(i) Property Development: Development of residential and commercial properties (ii) Property Management: Management of apartments (iii) Property Investment: Investment in real properties

Current/Ongoing Developments

1. Taman Nusa Bestari Taman Nusa Bestari comprises two parcels of freehold land measuring approximately 227 acres. The land is located along Jalan Sungai Danga and both sides of the Second Link Highway from Johor Bahru to Singapore. The land lies about 14 km due north-west of Johor Bahru city centre and enjoys good road access provided by the Second Link Highway and Jalan Sungai Danga. The development project comprises over 5,100 units of mixed development with estimated sales value of approximately RM900 million. The development of Taman Nusa Bestari is envisaged to spread over a period of four to five years. As at 31 December 2006, about 35% of the land has been developed. 2. Taman Bestari Indah Taman Bestari Indah has over 10,000 units of properties with a gross sales value of over RM1.6 billion, to spread over a period of eight to ten years. This township, covering an estimated area of over 700 acres, is located about 19 km north of Johor Bahru City Centre and about 4 km west of Ulu Tiram town. It is strategically positioned to benefit from the proposed expansion along Johor Bahru's eastern growth corridor. At present, the project is under active construction and is in various stages of completion. As at 31 December 2006, about 30% of the land has been developed.



3. Taman Kempas Indah Taman Kempas Indah is located about 18 km north of Johor Bahru City Centre and is strategically situated along the North-South Highway, Jalan Maju Jaya and adjacent to the north-east of the Kempas Interchange. The new township covering an estimated area of 237 acres comprises over 3,300 units of properties with estimated sales value of over RM700 million to spread over a period of four to five years. As at 31 December 2006, about 20% of the land has been developed. 4. Maharani Riviera (Formerly known as Pusat Perdagangan Muar) Maharani Riviera (Formerly known as Pusat Perdagangan Muar) which is a new township in Muar developed by KSL Holdings Bhd and duly approved by the relevant authorities in 2006, is located immediately after the Sultan Ismail Bridge (Muar Bridge), approximately 1 km from the Muar town centre and at the waterfront of Sungai Muar and Straits of Melaka respectively. The land enjoys good road access provided by Jalan Kesang. The project, covering an estimated area of 188 acres, comprises over 1,400 units of properties with an estimated sales value of over RM700 million which the development would spread over a period of four to five years. As at 31 December 2006, about 10% of the land has been developed. 5. Villa Bestari, Johor Bahru RM110 per sq ft onwards. Show apartment ready for viewing: · Apartment with condo facilities. · Built-up area from 1,129 sq ft onwards. · Quality finishes. · Master bedroom with attached bathroom and ground-floor with private garden. Facilities · Smart Card access · 24-hour security · Swimming and children's pool · Multipurpose hall · Gymnasium · Badminton and basketball court · Children's playground · Convenience store · Jogging track · B.B.Q. pits

Future Development

KSL City This project will be built by KSL Properties Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of KSL Holdings Bhd. The proposed project comprises a four-level shopping podium, a two-block hotel and two blocks of a supercondominium, built on top of the shopping podium.




KSL Holdings Bhd, Wisma KSL, 148 Batu 1/2 Jalan Buloh Kasap, 85000, Segamat, Johor Darul Takzim.

Phone No/Fax

+607 931 1430/+607 932 4888


Contact Person

Name : Ku Hwa Seng Designation : Executive Director E-mail : [email protected]

Major Shareholders

As at 30 April 2007 1. Premiere Sector Sdn Bhd (40.80%) 2. HSBC Nominees (Asing) Sdn Bhd (7.32%) - HSBC-FS For Arisaig Asean Fund Limited 3. Lembaga Tabung Haji (5.00%) 4. HSBC Nominees (Asing) Sdn Bhd (3.89%) - HPBS SG For Atlanta Enterprises Overseas Limited 5. Ku Hwa Seng (3.01%)

Board Of Directors

1. YB Dato' Haji Ishak Bin Ismail 2. Khoo Cheng Hai @ Ku Cheng Hai 3. Ku Hwa Seng 4. Ku Tien Sek 5. Lee Chye Tee 6. Gow Kow 7. Goh Tyau Soon 8. Tey Ping Cheng Executive Chairman Group Managing Director Executive Director Executive Director Executive Director

Price (RM/per sq ft): As At February 2008

Industrial 1. Taman Nusa Bestari Freehold 2. Taman Kempas Indah Freehold 3. Taman Bestari Indah Freehold 4. Maharani Rivera Leasehold 5. Kangkar Tebrau Leasehold (RM/per sq ft) RM10.00 RM6.00 RM5.00 RM4.00 RM20.00



Projects By KSL

Source: KSL Holdings Bhd



SP Setia Bhd

Company Profile

SP Setia is the top property developer in Malaysia for 2005, 2006 and 2007. The company has projects in Iskandar Malaysia, Klang Valley, Penang, Kota Kinabalu and Vietnam. Properties developed by SP Setia range from affordable homes to multi million ringgit mansions. The company has five distinctive product ranges, namely the Setia range, Eco range, Duta range, Luxury highrise and commercial range. Each of the range serves the needs of different market segments. In Iskandar Malaysia, SP Setia Bhd has four projects with a total Gross Development Value (GDV) of RM15.4 billion. · Bukit Indah is the pioneer development of Nusajaya and is a mature township within the flagship zone. Setia EcoCity, within the vicinity of Bukit Indah, will feature a 650,000 sq ft megamall (Phase I) which is expected to be ready by January 2009. Another 300,000 sq ft international hypermarket (Phase II) is expected to be ready by the middle of 2009. Phase III will feature the "City Eco Living" concept which consists of luxury apartments and serviced condominiums, a business class hotel, office blocks and retail centre built on. The fully integrated business landmark will offer seamless opportunities for investors within an eco-themed platform as well as appeal to young professionals who are environmentally conscious. · Setia Indah is the leading development located in the Tebrau Hot Corridor with "Living Oasis" theme. This mature township is enveloped in the serenity of greenery and trees. It is the choicest place of living away from the hustle and bustle of city while enjoying easy access to the city and major industrial areas. Setia Indah will feature "Zero Lot" bungalows, semi-detached homes and cluster homes in the upcoming development. · Setia Tropika is the landmark development of SP Setia in Iskandar Malaysia with modern living concept, located in the JB City flagship Zone, just minutes away from the City. To the north of Setia Tropika is Senai Flagship Zone while Nusajaya Flagship Zone and Pasir Gudang Flagship Zone are at the west and east respectively. The flagship zones are all within a 20-minute drive from Setia Tropika. Strategically it is located at the heart of Iskandar Malaysia. Modern bungalows, villas and high end homes are most sought after at Setia Tropika. A regional commercial centre with signature banking centre, major food outlets, city apartments and first of its kind high-end retail street in Johor Bahru is expected to be implemented by end of 2008. The modern living lifestyle shall be the prime spot for Singaporeans and other foreign investors due to its proximity to the causeway and Senai International Airport. · Setia Eco Gardens is the latest flagship project of SP Setia in Iskandar Malaysia, which is the first project adopting the eco living concept. Within the development, fauna and flora will be able to coexist with human living. A 20-acre secondary forest will be preserved for the enjoyment of the residents. This development will feature bungalows, semi-detached homes, cluster homes and superlink homes, solely built in the theme of eco co-existence. The eco living environment is undoubtly an excellent choice for foreigners through the Malaysia My Second Home programme.

Core Businesses/Services/Facilities

Township, residential and commercial property development

Corporate Milestones

Date of incorporation Converted to public company Listed on Second Board of Bursa Malaysia Changed name to SP Setia Bhd Transferred to Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Reclassified to Property Sector Included in KLCI Included in FTSE All-World Asia Pacific Index 8 August 1974 2 September 1992 12 April 1993 12 January 1996 4 June 1996 17 December 1999 2 July 2001 24 March 2003



Current/Ongoing Developments

1. 2. 3. 4. Bukit Indah, Nusajaya Setia Indah, Tebrau Setia Tropika, Johor Bahru City Setia Eco Gardens, Nusajaya


Wisma SP Setia, No. 1, Jalan Setia Tropika, Taman Setia Tropika, Kempas 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor Darul Takzim, Malaysia

Phone No/Fax

+607 237 2255/+607 237 2225


Contact Person

Name : Mr Chang Khim Wah

Date Of Incorporation

8 August 1974

Substantial Shareholders

1. 2. 3. 4. Y. Bhg. Tan Sri Dato Sri Liew Kee Sin Employee Provident Fund Board Raya Nominees (Tempatan) Sdn Bhd - Skim Amanah Saham Bumiputra Capital Income Builder

Board Of Directors

1. Y. Bhg. Tan Sri Abdul Rashid bin Abdul Manaf 2. Y. Bhg. Tan Sri Dato' Sri Liew Kee Sin 3. Y. Bhg. Dato' Voon Tin Yow 4. Mr. Yap Kok Weng 5. Mr. Teow Leong Seng 6. Mr. Khor Chap Jen 7. Mr. Chang Khim Wah 8. Y. Bhg. Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye 9. Y. Bhg. Tan Sri Dato' Hari Narayanan a/l Govindasamy 10.Y. Bhg. Datuk Ismail bin Adam 11. Y. Bhg. Dato' Leong Kok Wah 12. Ng Siek Chuan



Major Clients

1. Malaysian homeowners 2. Malaysian property investors 3. International property investors

Land Bank (in acres)

Project Bukit Indah Setia Indah Setia Tropika Setia Eco Gardens Total GDV Total 1,550 888 740 949 RM14.5 billion Residential 1,470 888 686 949 Commercial 80 Conceptualising 54 Conceptualising Freehold Leasehold

Price (RM/psf)

Residential RM150 - RM380 psf Commercial RM130 - RM160 psf


Malaysia's Best Developer in the Edge Malaysia Top Property Developers Awards and Euromoney Real Estate Awards in 2005, 2006 and 2007 World's Best Master Plan Development for Setia Eco Park in FIABCI International Prix'd Excellence Award 2007 Y.Bhg. Tan Sri Dato' Sri Liew Kee Sin voted Property Man of the Year Award 2007 in FIABCI Malaysia Property Award 2007 Best Master Plan Development for Setia Eco Park and Best Residential Development (Low-rise) for Duta Nusantara in FIABCI Malaysia Property Award 2001 Forbes Asia Best Under US$1 billion Award 2004, 2005 and 2006 Johor State Landscape Award (Neighbourhood Park) for Setia Tropika, 2006 Johor State Landscape Award (Private Office Building) for Setia Tropika, 2006 Best of the Best National Landscape Award for Setia Indah, 2005 Best of the Best National Landscape Award for Bukit Indah, 2005



Land Banks Of SP Setia

Source: SP Setia Bhd





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The following are the sea entry points into Johor: · Johor Bahru International Ferry Terminal (Johor Bahru district) · Pasir Gudang (Johor Bahru district) · Kukup (Pontian district) · Muar (Muar district) · Tanjung Belungkor (Kota Tinggi district) · Tanjung Pengelih (Kota Tinggi district)




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