Why SiLC?

SiLC Nusajaya Industrial Park

Malaysia is an ideal investment destination as it is strategically located in the Asia Pacific Region along the Straits of Malacca and South China Sea, bordering Thailand, Singapore and Indonesia.

The Malaysia Government has offered investors a host of fiscal incentives over the years, including tax exemptions, designation of free zones and bonded warehouse infrastructure, availability of a large, skilled workforce and stable political and economic environment.

SiLC Nusajaya Industria Park Demo

An example of Malaysia’s pulling power is how it’s fast becoming the premier choice for key players and huge corporations as evidenced by the arrival of India’s biggest biotechnology firm, Biocon at SiLC’s Bio-XCell, Malaysia’s premier world class Biotechnology Park. Further influx of foreign investment is expected as the world sets its eyes on Malaysia.

The factories are situated in the new industrial landmark of Iskandar Malaysia, SiLC Nusajaya (Southern Industrial & Logistics Clusters) and near to the Bio-Xcell Biotechnology Park which is the designated development area that is suitable for most MEDIUM INDUSTRIES such as food related industries, biomedical industries, engineering and ever logistics companies.

SiLC Nusajaya At A Glance:

  • Strategically located within a 6 hour flight radius of the major Asian cities and market.
  • Managed, clean and green industrial park in Nusajaya.
  • Adjacent to Singapore – only 15 minute away.
  • 30 minutes from the Singapore Central Business District (CBD).
  • Key Driver of the Iskandar development region.
  • 25 km to Senai International Airport.
  • 50 km to Changi International Airport in Singapore.
  • 5 km to Tanjung Pelepas Port.
  • 40 km of Port of singapore Authority and Jurong Port.
  • Directly connected by world class highways.
  • SiLC Nusajaya is directly accessible from the linkedua highway via Pulai Interchange, as well as via B5 Road from the Gelang Patah Interchange.

Floor Plan:

Floor Plan

Perindustrian Sri Plentong

Perindustrian Sri Plentong

  • Newly completed semi-d factory for rent/sale
  • Asking Rental: RM1.20 per sq. ft.
  • Asking Price: RM 1,650,000
  • Lot Size: 90′ x 190′
  • Land Area: 17,100 sq. ft.
  • Built-Up Area: 10,370 sq. ft.
  • Location: Jln Sri Plentong, Perindustrian Sri Plentong, Masai, Johor, Malaysia
  • Medium industry, higher ground with excellent infrastructure
  • Spacious built-up area 10,370 sq ft with high ceiling 40′
  • Surrounded by well developed housing estate with a large population like Johor jaya, Taman Molek, Permas Jaya, Bandar Seri Alam, etc.
  • Easily access to major highway, Pasir Gudang highway, Tebrau highway, North-South highway, Senai-Desaru highway etc.
  • Existing factories: Amway, Power Root, Sinchor, Hsing Lung, KMC, etc
  • Kindly contact Eric 019-7770909 or email ericlu@tophills.com.my for more information.
Perindustrian Sri Plentong Factory

Perindustrian Sri Plentong Factory

Sri Plentong Industrial Park


Sri Plentong Industrial Park is a comprehensively designed to meet the current demands of modern industrialists.  It is also strategically located adjacent to the main expressway that connects to the Pasir Gudang Highway between Pasir Gudang Port and Johor Bahru City Centre, allows it to offer a highly attractive combination of light and medium industrial development with freehold land tenure and sufficient infrastructure.

Sri Plentong Industrial Park is a natural hub through which businesses can effortlessly and efficiently connect with the rest of the world with considering of a highly favourable geo-strategic location that is bound by the world’s biggest shipping channels-the Straits of Melaka in the West, and South China Sea in the East and the fourth largest financial center in the world; Singapore.

Under the Ninth Malaysia plan the Federal Government will use the South Johor Corridor to kick start the new economic engine and according to Prime Minister Datuk Ahmad Badawi foreigners were ready to invest RM15 billion in  the South Johor Corridor.

Sri Plentong Industrial Park is very strategically located which is easily access via Pasir Gudang Highway that connected it with Johor Bahru, Nusajaya new township and Pasir Gudang Port.  The existing development trend seems to be given a more advantages and supporting the industrial park development project at Sri Plentong.

Kulai Factory for Rent

June 23, 2009

Kulai Factory for Rent

Kulai Factory for Rent

  • Asking Rental:  RM 0.70 per sq. ft.
  • Property Type: Detached Factory
  • Location: Jalan Sengkang, Kulai, Johor
  • Land Area 56,806 Sq. ft.
  • Built-Up Area: 21,854 Sq. ft.
  • Factory Area: 17,014 Sq. ft.
  • Office Area: 4,840 Sq. ft.
  • Extra Land Adjoining To This Factory: 18,690 Sq. ft.
  • Rental: RM 0.70 per sq. ft. For 200 Ampere Power Supply
  • Rental: RM 0.90 per sq. ft. For 1,000 Ampere Power Supply
  • Rental: RM 0.20 per sq. ft. For Extra Land
  • Kindly contact Eric 019-7770909 or email ericlu@tophills.com.my for more information.


Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas (PTP)

Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas (PTP)

  • Location: PTP, Bandar Nusajaya, Johor, Malaysia
  • Land Area: 5 Acres
  • Built-Up Area: 123,050 Sqft
  • Asking Price: RM 22,000,000
  • Leased hold 16 years to renewal, first priority renewal.
  • Free trade zone.
  • Excellent securities.
  • Excellent for light industries, logistics warehouse, distribution centre.
  • Kindly Contact Andrew 012-7203232 or email andrew@tophills.com.my for more information.
  • Also visit our property website: www.tophills.com.my

About Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas (PTP):

The Port of Tanjung Pelepas (abbreviation: PTP, UN/LOCODE: MYTPP  01°21′58.85″N 103°32′54.12″E / 1.3663472°N 103.5483667°E / 1.3663472; 103.5483667) is a port for container ships located on the eastern mouth of the Pulai River in south-western Johor, Malaysia. Receiving its maiden vessel on 10 October 1999 on a three-month trial operation, it set a world record as the fastest growing port with 1 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) of containers handled after 571 days of operations. The good performance sealed the port’s fate, and it was officially launched by then Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, on 13 March 2000.

  • Strategically located at the intersection of East-West International trade lanes:ptp strategic map