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A series of highways and public transportation conveniently connect Cyberjaya to its surrounds, while below ground, a sophisticated fibre optic network connects the city to the world.

Getting Here

Located just 20 minutes away from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur, the global tech hub of Cyberjaya belongs to the municipality of Sepang, Selangor. It is connected to Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley via a network of highways and expressways:

  • North-South Expressway Central Link (PLUS)
  • Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP)
  • Maju Expressway (MEX)
  • Expressway Lingkaran Tengah (ELITE)
  • South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE)

By Road

From KL International Airport (20 minutes)

Take the North-South Central Link Highway towards Kuala Lumpur (Elite Highway). Take the Putrajaya/Cyberjaya exit onto the Putrajaya Link, finally exiting at the Cyberjaya turnoff.

From Kuala Lumpur City Centre (20 minutes)
Get on Jalan Tun Razak (southbound) and head towards the Kampung Pandan roundabout, then take the exit towards the Maju Expressway (MEX). The highway ends at the Cyberjaya Toll Plaza. Follow the signs to Cyberjaya.

From Petaling Jaya (30+ minutes)
The Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) serves a vital link to Cyberjaya from the major residential areas of Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Damansara, SS2, Kelana Jaya, Subang Jaya and Puchong.


Cyberjaya on Google Maps


Cyberjaya’s Dedicated Transportation System (DTS) is managed by Cyberview Sdn Bhd and operated by Disitu Holdings Sdn Bhd. The service runs 24 hours, 7 days a week, departing from nine locations daily. DTS connects Cyberjaya to important hubs within an 80km radius, covering the Klang Valley, Banting, Klang and Seremban.

The DTS buses are equipped with full Wi-Fi on board and state-of-the-art tracking and monitoring systems to help ensure punctuality and passenger safety. It uses the Global Positioning System (GPS) and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) to monitor passengers and movement of buses in near real-time. This will allow companies in Cyberjaya to track employees and ensure they are safe from the time they leave their office until they reach their end destination.

The service is open to all companies, universities, and colleges in Cyberjaya for a monthly fee of MYR 250 per passenger. Registered passengers will receive an i-Button (an RFID chip that contains the person’s details), which functions as a ticket to board the DTS. 


Contact Details

i-phone  1300 277 387 / +603 8315 6178 (Weekdays: 9am–5pm) i-web  Visit website

BY Express Rail-Link (ERL) 

The KLIA Transit is the most reliable and efficient transportation mode to Cyberjaya. The journey from KL Sentral to Putrajaya Sentral Station takes just 18 minutes, with trains every 20 minutes (peak) or 30 minutes (off-peak). Feeder buses by Nadi Putra (J02, J05) and RapidKL (U429) are available to ferry commuters from Putrajaya Sentral Station to the rest of Putrajaya and Cyberjaya.

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Contact Details

i-phone  +603 2267 8000 (KLIA Ekspres) i-web   Visit website

BY KTM Komuter

Take the KTM Komuter train and alight at Serdang KTM Station. Board the U42 RapidKL bus to Putrajaya Sentral Station. From there, catch the U429 RapidKL bus or J02/J05 Nadi Putra bus to Cyberjaya.

Contact Details

i-phone  +603 2267 1200 / 1300 88 5862 i-web   Visit website
Cyberjaya is located just 20 minutes from the KL International Airport (KLIA) and Kuala Lumpur city.
A Dedicated Transportation System runs 24/7, connecting Cyberjaya to Klang Valley, Banting, Klang and Seremban.
The Park and Ride service offers free parking and shuttle services around Cyberjaya from 6am to 12 midnight daily.
Over 20 free WiFi hotspots keep Cyberians connected, including at the Sports Arena, Cyberjaya Lake and bus terminal.
35 KM
Cyberjaya has 35 km of fibre optic cables laid and built based on the International Telecommunication Union Guidelines.

Getting Around

An efficient, reliable and well-developed public transportation system is crucial to the growth of any city. To ease traffic congestion and encourage hassle-free commuting, Cyberjaya has launched several initiatives catered to the needs of its community, especially its knowledge workers. 



The Park and Ride facility (Cyberjaya Shuttle, operated by J02 Nadi Putra) provides an alternative for commuters who wish to park their vehicles at designated car parks and use buses to commute to most areas in Cyberjaya.

The service runs from 7am till 12 midnight. There are currently no charges imposed at these car parks.

Contact Details

i-phone  +6019 282 2280 / +603 8887 7787


Cyberjaya’s buses depart from the Cyberjaya Transport Terminal (CTT). The following bus services connect CTT to the neighbouring transportation hub of Putrajaya Sentral.

CONTACT DETAILS - SMART Selangor bus (Bus no. Spg3)

i-phone  +603 8319 0200

i-webView routes

CONTACT DETAILS - NADI PUTRA (BUS NO. T520, T521, 520, 503, BET15)

i-phone  +603 8887 7787 / +6019 282 2280 
 i-web View routes


Taxi service from Cyberjaya is provided by Persatuan Kereta Sewa Sepang and is available at the Cyberjaya Transport Terminal. 


i-phone  +603 8318 0700 (24 hours)


Contact Details

i-phone   +603 9223 8080/+603 9223 8949 (Booking Centre) i-phone   +603 8787 3675 (KLIA Counter)

Journey to KLIA

i-phone  +603 9223 8080 (8am–12 midnight) i-phone  +603 8787 3030 (12 midnight–8am)

Journey from KLIA (meet & Greet Service)

i-phone   +603 8787 3678 (24 hours) i-fax  +603 8787 3588 

Hunting Line Airport Limo

i-phone   1 300 88 8989


Internet Connectivity

Cyberjaya Metro Fibre Network

As Malaysia's premier tech hub, Cyberjaya has an extensive telecommunications backbone known as the Cyberjaya Metro Fibre Network (CMFN), that runs primarily on fibre optics. CMFN is carrier-neutral, allowing major telco services to ride on its network, in turn providing their services to end users in Cyberjaya.

CMFN delivers fibre connectivity of up to 100Mbps straight to most buildings under the concepts of Fibre-To-The-Building (FTTB) and Fibre-To-The-Home (FTTH). It offers full redundancy throughout the network, thus making Cyberjaya a choice location for system-critical business applications like data centres. Notable data centres already established in Cyberjaya include Malaysia’s Central Bank, Telekom Malaysia, Shell, NTT MSC, BMW and DHL.


  • shtech
  • unifi
  • maxis
  • celcom
  • digi
  • p1
  • abn


Comparison Chart for Business Fibre Packages
SME Broadband Packages Comparison 

CYBERJAYA broadband

Connectivity in Cyberjaya is also now faster thanks to Malaysia’s First 1Gbps superfast, competitive broadband for not just businesses but also homes throughout the city called the Cyberjaya Broadband. This initiative by Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd as the city developer of Cyberjaya complements Cyberjaya’s aspirations to be transformed into a smart city. For now, the 1Gpbs superfast broadband is available for homes at RM399/month and offices for RM3499/month. 

Contact Details

i-phone  1300-38-8000
i-web   Visit website

wireless cyberjaya

Wireless Cyberjaya is a free city-wide Wi-Fi Internet access service offered by Cyberview Sdn. Bhd. The service has 144 access points all over the city available at an impressive speed. If you're in Cyberjaya, get connected with Wireless Cyberjaya!

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