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Living in Cyberjaya, Malaysia:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Cyberjaya, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Cyberjaya what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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5 comments on “Cyberjaya”

Cyberjaya is a developing city with a relatively young population of professionals and small families. It is connected to major highways to the capital city, with easy access to the airport. The atmosphere in Cyberjaya is mostly calm, with minimal traffic. If you like green cities with plenty of parks around, this city is for you.

Cyberjaya is a small and peaceful place. It is 30 minutes from the capital city, that is, Kuala Lumpur. The living costs are manageable since most of the basic commodities are charged at lower prices. There are also cheap modes of transport that are easily accessible, such as, buses, taxis and trains.

If you are used to cold seasons, you should prepare yourself of the heat when you move to Cyberjaya. The daily temperature in Cyberjaya is roughly between 26 – 32 degrees Celsius. You should bring lighter clothing and leave all your winter jackets back home. You will never have a chance to wear in Cyberjaya.

Azahari, says: 2020

Cyberjaya is a small beautiful city with a science park in its core developed with an objective of development in science and innovation. It’s a small beautiful place with internationals as it’s residents. It comprises of a lot of universities and has a lot of working companies and MNCs.

Archana, says: 2020

A city full of companies related to IT as the name itself which is Cyberjaya. It is also a very peaceful city compared to other cities such as Kuala Lumpur. People that want to live in a city without going through a hectic life is recommended to stay here.

Archana, says: 2020

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