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Facts & Figures in Iskandar Malaysia

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Iskandar Malaysia covers a land size of 2,217 sq. km

Iskandar is 3 times the size of Singapore

Iskandar is 48 times the size of Putrajaya

Committed investments have reached RM105.14 billion as at end-November 2012

Iskandar consists of 5 flagship development zones, i.e. Flagship Zone A to E

Officially launched on 4th November 2006

Legoland Malaysia is the 6th Legoland Theme Park in the world, the 1st Legoland Theme Park in Asia

Johor Bahru City Centre to Medini: 12 minutes via Coastal Highway

6 promoted service sectors in Medini enjoys attractive incentives

The Gross Development Value (GDV) of Medini is estimated at RM70 billion over the next 20 to 25 years

Medini has a total proposed built-up Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 188 million square feet

EduCity will house at least 10 universities from all around the world

90-acre Marlborough College Malaysia Campus will reach maximum capacity of 1,350 students by 2018

The RM50 million resort clubhouse at Horizon Hills Golf & Country Club was designed by renowned Argentinean architect Ernesto Bedmar

The RM30 million 18-hole international championship golf course in Horizon Hills was designed by master course architect Ross Watson

The Financial Times-owned fDI magazine has ranked Iskandar Malaysia as the 4th best investment destination of Global Free Zone of the Future 2012/2013

Iskandar Malaysia was the host venue for 8th World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) held in December 2012

Singaporean billionaire Peter Lim’s 1st investment in Iskandar is a RM10 billion integrated waterfront development called Vantage Bay in Johor Bahru

Singaporean billionaire Peter Lim’s 2nd investment in Iskandar is to build RM3.5 billion Motorsports City in Iskandar

Ascendas and UEM Land’s RM3.7 billion integrated eco-friendly tech park in Gerbang Nusajaya is expected to host a business community of over 34,000 people

The 14.6km toll-free Coastal Highway was built at a cost of RM900 million could accommodate 90,000 to 120,000 vehicles at one single time


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