Malaysia Property

Kuala Lumpur is one of the more popular areas for Hong Kong people in Southeast Asia and has become a popular investment destination in recent years, mainly due to the language barrier-free and low cost of living, as well as the good location, high appreciation potential, high fall resistance and low supply of properties in Kuala Lumpur. Among the many Malaysian properties available, the best choices are concentrated in Kuala Lumpur's key investment area, the 'Golden Triangle', which consists of the Petronas Twin Towers, KL Tower and the Pavilion. In addition to KLCC, the area is also home to many foreign consulates and large multinational corporations, creating an international community. This has resulted in a strong demand for rental properties and a relatively high quality clientele, with a typical annual return of around 3% to 5%. In addition, the area is currently undergoing rapid development, with many projects in full swing, including a new commercial area, and a new underground railway being planned for opening in the future. It should be noted that land supply in the area is limited and large sites are rare, so it is expected that developments along the railway will be the focus. There will be room for land prices to rise, and it is believed that property prices will grow steadily in the future, with a tight supply of quality Kuala Lumpur properties. Conversely, there is a chance of a discount in the value of areas outside of investment.


Kuala Lumpur Property

Kuala Lumpur has a large Chinese population, who like to do business in the area, which has contributed to its economic development. Most of the properties in Kuala Lumpur are located in the vicinity of shops, new shopping malls, large supermarkets and restaurants, making it a convenient place to live.


Malaysia is a place of historical value and has a number of tourist attractions, making Malaysian property a prime investment. The Klang Valley is home to several mosques, temples, shopping malls and a large traditional railway station. However, the area is well established and over the years the price per square foot of residential property has generally not risen as much as that of the commercial areas, which is not far from the price per square foot of the initial development.


Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

From MYR 1,600,000*

The Conlay Exterior Reataurant at Level 50

SO Sofitel Residences

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

From MYR 1,435,000*



Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

From MYR 98,926.78*