Built in the late-1990s specifically to be Malaysia’s Silicon Valley, Cyberjaya forms a key part of the Multimedia Super Corridor. Today it has expanded beyond its technological roots, offering great shopping, local cuisine and plenty of beautiful green space.
Things to do in Cyberjaya
For a city so focused on technology and IT, Cyberjaya does an excellent job of maintaining its green spaces as well. The Cyberjaya Lake Gardens offer a scenic glimpse of the city's surrounding nature and is a perfect place to go jogging or fishing on a sunny day.
The expansive Dpulze Shopping Centre offers just about anything you could need, from the latest fashions and accessories to toys. There are also plenty of restaurants and cafes to dine on local cuisine. As you’d expect in Cyberjaya, it also has an array of IT-related stores. Catch a movie at TGV Cinemas, satisfy your sweet tooth at Golden Puffles, and browse the shelves in wondering curiosity at Daiso.
Nearby, the Masjid Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque in Putrajaya blends Chinese and German architectural influences. Completed in 2009, it successfully combines ageless elegance with ultra-modern style.
Thanks to its emphasis on being a modern city, Cyberjaya offers a wide array of international cuisine through its various restaurants. In particular, don’t miss Al-Mukalla Restaurant for Yemeni food and Chaba Thai-Muslim Restaurant for Thai food.
Getting around Cyberjaya
By car, you can reach Cyberjaya from Kuala Lumpur in just under 30 minutes, while it takes over an hour by public transport. There are buses within Cyberjaya itself, but taxis are a more practical option.