A Synergistic Collaboration Between Two Renowned Developers -
CapitaLand and UEM Sunrise

Jointly developed by one of Asia’s largest diversified real estate groups, CapitaLand, and Malaysia’s leading property developer, UEM Sunrise, the 210-hectare Nusajaya Tech Park represents the combined experience of two real estate powerhouses who are reputed for their expertise, global standards and good local connections. Expect the best from the best that comes with a sterling track record and decades of impeccable property development experience.


Hear From Our Customers

“Our new facility at Nusajaya Tech Park will be a state-of-the-art parts repair and research facility, which will allow us to leverage the skills of local employees to provide world-class service and quality to our customers in this region. It fitted our requirements with an excellent geographical location next to Singapore and pre-built solutions that provided a good shop floor layout, flexibility and future expansion opportunities.”

Mr Joakim Andersson
Chief Executive Officer
GKN Engine Systems

"We chose Nusajaya Tech Park as the base for our regional manufacturing hub, due to its favourable geographical location and proximity to our regional office in Singapore. This new facility at Nusajaya Tech Park will allow us to offer the best possible value for our customers in the region, through shorter lead times and optimised logistics, as well as contingency plans for uninterrupted supply. We have also worked with Ascendas (a member of CapitaLand) previously and are excited to further our working relationship with such a competent and reliable developer.”

Mr Torsten Wywiol
Chief Executive Officers
Stern-Wywiol Gruppe

“Nusajaya Tech Park's proximity to the High-Speed Rail, highway and Singapore is the utmost important factor when we decide on the location. The strong track record of Ascendas-Singbridge Group (a member of CapitaLand) in working with high quality and long-term tenants in their various industrial parks also attracted us.”

Mrs Diana Peh
Managing Director
I-PEX Singapore (formerly known as Dai-ichi Seiko)