Thursday, November 1, 2018


Malaysia’s multi-lingual, multi-ethnic populous is an interesting mix of a number of communities that have come together to redefine a culture. This mostly harmonious country presents professionals and entrepreneurs fantastic opportunities for business. Whether looking to invest in a business or to work as a digital nomad in the country, the country is rife with the chance to turn an idea into an innovation.

Kuala Lumpur’s co-working spaces offer professionals and businesses with a variety of amenities that can make working in the space more comfortable. With an amalgam of spaces available, your business can lease a private space, a dedicated desk, or a hot desk working with some of the most talented professionals in the business. Outfits in the city offer both funky, trendy spaces and more corporate ones like Servcorp co-working in Kuala Lumpur. The perfect co-working space is within reach for professionals adventurous enough to learn about working in Kuala Lumpur.

Keep reading for a guide to working in one of the most dynamic cities in the world, Kuala Lumpur.


The coworking spaces in the city run the gamut in that you might find ones that are very high-end and relatively inexpensive ones. Of all of the spaces, the typical ones offer you the choice of three workspace designs. The private office gives you access to your own space, a dedicated desk will allow you to rent a desk in the space, and finally, the hot-desk makes it 

possible for you to share a desk with other professionals. The rates for each plan are more expensive the more private your space is, but these communities provide your business more than just workspace.

The types of amenities that go with joining a space include working with a diverse group of people in locations that would typically be expensive. Furthermore, you have access to the same amenities as other office setups, but your business does not pay excessively as you would with a conventional lease. Your business also has access to conference and meeting rooms, so when you need to meet, these facilities are available to your business.

The perks that go along with space can be as simple as providing a café or bar that serves beverages to event calendars that are packed with events. The events are a really important part of the coworking experience because they help businesses gain the leverage they need to build business relationships, so when looking for space, take a look at the events calendar, which includes opportunities to network. The more expensive space, though, the more perks available to your business.


The co-working market is growing, and rapidly. With newer populations of professionals needing office space, this market has seen a surge in coworking space. In the future, you might see co-living and coworking hotels crop up in response to digital nomads and other professionals temporarily working in the city. These incarnations of the workspace provide both workspace and a place to sleep for professionals working in places like Singapore and Thailand. Furthermore, these spaces make it possible for professionals in some of the more expensive markets in the city to actually be able to live and work close to their office. Other add-ons you might see in the future include spaces that cater toward working parents, as workspaces that offer daycare are also popping up in other markets in the city.



The city has the type of diversity that is attractive to international business. While the country is essentially multilingual, English is widely spoken throughout the country, which makes doing business accessible for many in the city. Ultimately, this mix works for your coworking space in Kuala Lumpur because it can provide your business with workspace, networking, and the ability to tap into this lucrative market. 

From the guide above, we can see that Kuala Lumpur is one of the great city for co-working.

Thank you for reading.


  1. saya pun lately duk search pasal co-working space yang ada berdekatan dengan rumah saya ni. Best buat kerja (especially Blogging) kat co working space ni. Rasa nyaman jer dan idea pun banyak masuk

    1. Oh nadia first time dgr pasal co-working masa nak publish article nie. =)

  2. jemput singgah :)

  3. Replies
    1. Kannn ... me too. Nadia pun baru dgr about this masa publish the article . =)

  4. Insyaallah Sarah, nnt ingatkan Nadia lepas nadia balik from Nz . Nadia takut terlupa =(

  5. Best juga kan. Mek kadang prefer di rumah, kadang prefer di luar. Kelantan ada juga satu dua port yang okei but nice as kl of course. Cuma boleh la daripada mental block untuk blogging. hehehe

  6. menarik untuk masa akan datang, buat masa sang SOHO di rumah aje la.hehe...

  7. Dah makin banyak workplace macam ni. Sesuai juga pada yg baru nak start up business kan.

  8. pertama kali dgr dan tahu selepas baca article ni :-)


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