Cyberjaya & Putrajaya

Experience living in Malaysia's premier cybercity: a hub for ICT, multimedia and innovation, and the heart of R&D for advancing new technologies. Located close to the top MNC headquarters and in a beautifully green landscaped environment, UNIMY is a truly ideal tertiary campus for balancing study and lifestyle.


Cyberjaya is a self-contained intelligent city with world-class ICT infrastructure, low-density urban enterprise, as well as state-of-the-art commercial, residential, enterprise and institutional developments.

The planning was made in such a way to provide comprehensive infrastructure with principal emphasis on its enterprise and office development as the catalyst for the growth of ICT enterprises and the multimedia industry.

Today, Cyberjaya is home to many multinational companies such as Shell, HP, Ericsson, BMW, HSBC, DHL and many more. The township also provides a conducive living environment with convenient amenities such as hotel, recreation centre, community club-house and more.


From KL International Airport

Take the North-South Central Link Highway towards Kuala Lumpur (Elite Highway). Exit at Putrajaya / Cyberjaya exit and you will be travelling on the Putrajaya Link, finally exiting at the Cyberjaya turnoff.

From Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Get on Jalan Tun Razak (south bound) and head towards the Kg. Pandan roundabout then take the exit for the Maju Expressway. The highway ends at the Cyberjaya Toll Plaza. Follow directional signs into Cyberjaya.

From Petaling Jaya

The Popular LDP (Damansara - Puchong Highway) serves a vital link to Cyberjaya from the major residential areas of Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Damansara, SS2, Kelana Jaya, Subang Jaya and Puchong.


ERL (Express Rail-Link)

The KLIA Transit is the most reliable and efficient transportation mode to Cyberjaya. The fare from KL Sentral to Cyberjaya - Putrajaya Terminal is RM 9.50. Frequency: every 30 minutes, Operation Hours: 6.00am to 12.00am. There is a shuttle bus service by Rapid KL from Putrajaya Sentral - Cyberjaya Transport Terminal (U429).

KTM Komuter

Take the KTM Komuter train and alight at Serdang KTM Station. Then board the U42 RapidKL bus to Putrajaya Sentral Station.

Bus (RapidKL) Stage buses provide transportation service from various locations in the Klang Valley to Putrajaya and visitors can then board connecting buses to Cyberjaya. The following buses connect to Putrajaya Sentral from:

  • Terminal Sultan Mohamad (Klang Bus Station) (Bus no. E1)
  • Serdang KTM Station (Bus no. U42)
  • Bandar Utama (Bus no. U43)

Cyber Heights Villa provides 24-hours security, an open carpark and a mini-mart for convenience. There is a sandwich cafe and Persian restaurant at the Villa, or students can choose from a variety of 24-hour eateries around the Cyberjaya area.


Cyberjaya Lake Gardens is a 400-acre (1.6 km2) 'green lung' of Cyberjaya. Presently, about 86 acres of the land has been developed with facilities including Visitor's Information Centre, Boardwalk, Look-Out Tower, children playgrounds, 15 acres of main lake and 29 acres of natural and wetland.

The Lake Gardens is now gaining popularity amongst the local community. Many community events including fishing competitions have attracted thousands of participants to the lake. In September 2007, the Cyberjaya 50th Merdeka Carnival Celebration has attracted more than 4,000 anglers and it was registered as the biggest fishing competition by the Malaysia Book of Records.

Other outdoor recreational facilities include the mini park; the 3.5 km promenade area next to the Putrajaya Lake and the Sports Arena which offers more than 360 free parking bays, 1 basketball court, 1 tennis court, 2 futsal courts, a football field and a small food court.


Putrajaya is a planned city, located 25 km south of Kuala Lumpur that serves as the federal administrative centre of Malaysia. It is easily accessible via major highways such as The North South Central Link (Elite Highway), South Klang Valley Expressway, The Damansara-Puchong Highway, the State Road B15 Toll Free Highway and the Maju Expressway dedicated highway, which makes an exceptional site for our UNIMY campus. Its centrepiece is a 650-hectare, man-made lake which stretches across the urban area. Basing the city around this lake has created a very appealing landscape characterised by greenery and dotted with Botanical gardens.

Putrajaya have an excellent facilities, modern infrastructure and good transport links, and as it's based in the Multimedia Corridor, it benefits from a highly efficient broadband IT network that offers a very attractive environment for living and studying. It is developing as an attractive centre of learning for both local and international students and a vibrant student population is steadily growing in the city.



Take the North-South Central Link (ELITE) to the Putrajaya Toll Plaza. Turn left at Cyberjaya/Multimedia University, then into the Puchong-Damansara Highway (LDP). Turn right into the Puchong-Kajang Highway. Putrajaya is reached via a left turn before the IOI Palm Garden and a u-turn at IOI Palm Garden Resort.

From KL City

Take a right turn after the Kajang Toll Plaza on the KL-Seremban Highway. Go past Uniten (Universiti Tenaga Nasional) in Bangi. Enter Putrajaya by a left turn before as well as after IOI Palm Garden.

By Car

Take a right turn after the Kajang Toll Plaza on the KL-Seremban Highway. Go past Uniten (Universiti Tenaga Nasional) in Bangi. Enter Putrajaya by a left turn before as well as after IOI Palm Garden.


In Putrajaya, there are many places to dine. There is the Old Town cafe, Black Canyon Restaurant, Palm Hill Cafe, Kelab Tasik Putrajaya and many more. The Palm Hill Cafe is located inside the Shangri-La Hotel, Putrajaya. It serves great Thai delicacies in an ambience that you can never forget. At the Kelab Tasik Putrajaya, you can enjoy a hearty buffet beside the Putrajaya Lake. This would be a relaxing meal for families as well as couples.

List of Eateries in Putrajaya
  • RASA Foodcourt, Alamanda Shopping Centre
  • Putrajaya Seafood
  • Selera Putra, Dataran Putra Presint 1
  • The Souq, Dataran Putra Presint 1
  • Kelab Tasik Putrajaya
  • Food Court Presint 8
  • Commercial Centre Presint 8
  • Anjung Cafe Parcel E
  • De Lanai, Presint 10
  • Grill Fish Seri Empangan

There are several outdoor activities to do when in Putrajaya. One of them is cruising on Putrajaya Lake. While on the cruise, you can enjoy the view of magnificent vistas around the area of the cruise. These include the Putrajaya Bridge, Putrajaya Mosque and the government administrative buildings. The cruise is fully air conditioned and is able to seat up to 76 persons. There are also open air boats for smaller groups of people.

Another great place to visit is the Putrajaya Botanical Garden. It is located at the northern part of the Presint 1. The park is created as a national sanctuary for the purpose of Malaysian plant taxonomy as a center for research and education. Features of the park include the Canopy Bridge, Heliconea Trail, Sun Garden, Explorer's Trail and many more. It is also the largest botanical garden in Malaysia that covers 92 hectares. At the moment, the park has over 700 species of flowering plants, local plants as well as plants from the Africa and Asia-Pacific regions.

The Putrajaya Wetlands Park is also one of the places to visit when in Putrajaya. It is the first man-made wetlands in Malaysia which is more than 2,000 hectares in size. The park is an 18-meter lookout tower, nature trails, picnic areas and many other features.