|Posted on||:||19 Oct 2013|
|Edited on||:||23 October 2013 (10:07)|
|Category||:||Factory / Warehouse|
|Previous Price||:||RM 35,000|
|Posted On||:||19 October 2013 (10:25)|
Modern factory to LET @ Mahkota Industrial Park, Beranang Indutrial Park, Beranang.
Newly build with big warehouse area, warehouse area equipped with washrooms and surau(s) , upstairs with beautiful huge offices equipped with pantry and washrooms, with modernise lightings(enerrgy saver)
B/u : 30225 sq ft
L/a : 40000 Sq ft
Electricity : 400AMP and upgradable to 600AMP
Ceiling height : 30ft
Flooring : tiles
Stairway : Fully tile up
Rental : Rm 32,000 - 35,000 (ono)
Availablity : IMMEDIATE
Semenyih (2.9 N, 101.85 E) is a small town in Selangor, Malaysia, about 8 km southeast of Kajang along the Kajang-Seremban road. The meaning of the name of the town is uncertain and it does not appear in any dictionary. It was derived from the locals and is related to its past. According to an oral story, it is based from a word in the Negeri Sembilan dialect, meaning "hidden". Situation
The town is becoming less and less "hidden" as the Kuala Lumpur conurbation (usually called the Klang Valley) expands. The town shares its name with theSemenyih River, which is the main river passing near the town. The catchment area of this river is an important source of water for Kuala Lumpur and other parts of the Klang Valley.
The surrounding area is quite hilly, the highest peak nearby being Bukit Arang, 560 m (1838 ft) high. This makes the area home to numerous scenic waterfalls. A more popular tourist attraction in the town is the Ostrich Wonderland Show Farm. The town is rapidly becoming more accessible, thanks to new highways (such as the Kajang-Seremban Highway and the Kajang SILK Highway), and more attractive due to new development (including, for example, the Malaysian campus of theUniversity of Nottingham). This transformation from town to metropolis is also reflected in the growth in its population. The 15100 people recorded in the 1991 census had grown to over 45000 by 2000. This corresponds to an annual growth rate of 12.9%, compared with the national average of 2.66% over the same period.