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    March, 2024

    Review of Urban Complex Project: SkySanctuary, Setapak

    At the end of March 2021, real estate developer SkyWorld officially introduced its latest urban development project in the Setapak area. The new project, named SkySanctuary, follows the success of the developer’s first urban development in the area, SkyArena, also located in Setapak. This demonstrates that SkyWorld continues its sacred mission, which is to bring about a positive lifestyle aimed at improving health and enhancing the quality of life for residents in the area.

    New project SkySanctuary

    SkyWorld has named this urban development SkySanctuary with the aim of creating a green sanctuary for residents, taking them away from the dust and hustle and bustle of urban life. Therefore, the project targets customers who desire to live close to the capital city of Kuala Lumpur, where nature blends with urban amenities.



    SkyWorld Development Group

    Project address

    Setapak, 53200 Kuala Lumpur

    Project type

    Complex urban area

    Land area


    Gallery address

    Lot 17899, Jalan Ayer Jerneh, Tamam Ayer Panas, 53200 Kuala Lumpur

    In terms of location, Setapak is an extremely convenient area with a diverse range of amenities, catering to the needs of the community. These include cafes, supermarkets, convenience stores, clinics, hospitals, banks, and more. Located approximately 5km from the city center, residents of the SkySanctuary project can easily access important and famous locations via Duta-Ulu Klang Highway, MRR2 road, or stations such as the Light Rapid Transit or Setiawangsa. Particularly, from the project, residents have the opportunity to enjoy views towards the center of Kuala Lumpur and the Petronas Twin Towers.

    The comprehensive and high-class external amenities chain of the SkySanctuary mixed-use urban area, from education and healthcare to shopping and entertainment, includes:

    Green home with high-class resort living standards
    • School system:
      • Marian Convent Primary School
      • Sri Utama International School
      • SMK Setapak Tinggi High School
      • SMK Air Panas High School
      • SMK Danau Kota High School
      • SMJK Chong Hwa High School
      • Malaysia Academy of Arts
      • Tunku Abdul Rahman University
      • Fairview International School
    • Healthcare System:
      • Columbia Asia Hospital
      • KL General Hospital
      • KPJ Tawakkal Specialist Hospital
      • Angkatan Tentera Tuanku Mizan Hospital
      • Damai Service Hospital
      • Pusrawi Hospital
    • Supermarkets and shopping centers:
      • AEON BiG
      • Wangsa Walk Mall
      • AEON Alpha Angle
      • Setapak hypermarket
      • Setapak Shopping Center
      • Melawati Mall
      • Suria KLCC
      • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
      • The LINC KL
    • Entertainment areas:
      • SkyArena sports complex
      • Taman Rekreasi Air Panas Setapak
      • Taman Tasik Titiwangsa
      • KL Tower
      • National Library
      • KLCC Park
      • National Art Exhibition
      • Royal Selangor Golf Club
      • Lake Danau Kota

    The SkySanctuary mixed-use urban area comprises 5 residential apartment zones, 1 two-story commercial area named Square Park, 2 public parks named Autumn Park and Blossom Park, along with Central Park – a green park dedicated exclusively to residents. The main highlight of the project entrance is the prominent reception desk, showcasing the modern design and face of SkySanctuary, serving as the main gateway to the project.

    Khu đô thị phức hợp SkySanctuary

    The project underwent several stages of construction and development, with the first phase introduced by the developer SkyWorld being EdgeWood Residences. This zone comprises two residential towers built on a land area of 15,346m2. Positioned amidst lush greenery and overlooking the Central Park, EdgeWood consists of 960 serviced apartments ranging from 80m2 to 119m2, providing a luxurious resort-like ambiance for residents to return to their homes. The top-notch resort-standard amenities here include a spa with a flexible hot and cold water system, an infinity pool, outdoor gym facilities, a grand event area surrounded by refreshing greenery, a special kitchen, coworking spaces, and electric vehicle charging points.

    For the SkySanctuary mixed-use area, the developer SkyWorld has meticulously distributed the amenities across various zones and themes such as Celebration Light Piazza, Isle of Dreams, Tropical Haven, and Treasure Fantasy.

    • Light Piazza (Light Square):
      • Chair under the moon
      • Morning walkway
      • Outdoor AI Garden
      • Creative connection port
      • Swan terrace
    • Isle of Dreams (Island of Dreams):
      • Lake of illusion
      • Zen Island
      • Sky garden
      • Fairytale fountain
      • Aquarium
    • Tropical Haven:
      • Exercise yard
      • Garden Lounge
      • Zen terrace
      • Jogging track
      • Green space on the rooftop
    • Treasure Fantasy:
      • Outdoor fitness yard
      • Explore the bamboo park
      • Forest trail
      • Sunken Lounge
      • Qi Terrace
      • Jogging track
      • Special creative portal

    Experience green life at SkySanctuary

    The commercial center within SkySanctuary is called Square Park, offering a leasing area of up to 6,760m2. It is a two-story commercial building housing cafes and convenience stores. Real estate developer SkyWorld has emphasized the importance of selecting the right tenants for this central hub to achieve the best synergy and mutual development, benefiting both parties.

    SkySanctuary is now being branded as the first nature-inspired mixed-use urban area in the Setapak area, with an ideal integration of lakeside living and lush natural surroundings. The project once again affirms the dedication and professionalism of SkyWorld as a developer towards sustainable development, aiming to provide quality and upscale living through vast green spaces, fostering a strong connection between humans and nature.

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