Iskandar Regional Development Authority
ISKANDAR MALAYSIA is centrally located within South East Asia’s new economic zone and a short eight-hour flight radius from Asia's burgeoning growth centres of Hong Kong, Seoul, Shanghai, Bangalore, Jakarta, Taipei and Tokyo. It is adjacent to Singapore and is the southern gateway to Malaysia.
Launched by the Government in November 2006, ISKANDAR MALAYSIA is envisaged to become a “Strong and Sustainable Metropolis of International Standing” set to spur economic developments that actuate Malaysia’s global potential.
Driven by key services-based and manufacturing industries including Tourism, ISKANDAR MALAYSIA aims to develop a strong, diversified, dynamic and global economy.
Currently Iskandar Malaysia is in the strengthening and growth phase and delivering the tipping point year, where the