Larkin Idaman apartment at Johor Bahru For Rent

Apartment Name: Larkin Idaman apartment

Location: 7 minutes drive to CIQ, Johor Bahru

Amenities: Walking distance to restaurant, mini market, bus stop, primary school

Condition: Newly Renovated, Fully Furnished

Condition: Full Furniture provided (Air con, Washing machine, Fridge, Bed, kitchen table top)

Size: 950 sqft

Type: 3 Beedroom, 2 Bathroom

Facilities: 24 Hours Security, Gated & Guarded, Car Park

Rental: Only RM1300 (cheapest at the area for full furniture condition)

Tel: 016-888 4292 (Call me for viewing appointment)

Larkin Idaman apartment for rent

Larkin Idaman apartment for rent

Larkin Idaman apartment for rent

Larkin Idaman apartment for rent

Larkin Idaman apartment for rent

Larkin Idaman apartment for rent

Larkin Idaman apartment for rent

Larkin Idaman apartment for rent

Term & condition: Only for Chinese and Malay family

About Larkin Idaman Apartment

Larkin Idaman Apartment is a residential area sited in Taman Larkin, Johor Bahru. This residential development is located near to Kampung Dato Onn Jaafar, Kampung Kastam Larkin, Kampung Kurnia and Century Gardens.

Larkin Idaman apartment at Taman Larkin is located rather near to ample amenities such as the farmer’s market and the wet market located at Kampung Dato’ Onn Jaafar. Apart from that, Taman Larkin is also positioned just a short 5 minutes’ drive away from shopping areas like Plaza Larkin, Holiday Plaza, KSL City Mall and Danga City Mall. Residents can easily find ample amenities like ATMs, restaurants, cafes, saloons, shopping brands, workshops and many more at these shopping areas. One of the nearest medical amenities located to Taman Larkin is the Hospital Pakar Puteri, sited about 4 minutes’ drive away.

There are also several schools that are positioned within a 10 minutes’ drive away from Larkin Idaman apartment, Taman Larkin namely SK Larkin 2, SA Kampung Kastam, SK Tanjung Puteri and SA Dato’ Onn Jaafar. Taman Larkin can be easily located using Jalan Tun Abdul Razak and Jalan Dato Jaafar. As for those who travel using public transportation can find a Larkin Bus Terminal positioned about a 5 minutes short drive away from Taman Larkin.

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IRDA inks MOU with Japan’s Toyama City on Futurecity initiatives

JOHOR BARU: The Iskandar Regional Davelopment Authority (IRDA) is teaming up with Japan’s Toyama City to explore “FutureCity” initiatives.

This is part of its strategy in developing Iskandar Malaysia into a strong and sustainable metropolis in the future.

Both parties are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) later today in conjunction with the International Forum on “FutureCity” held at the Thistle Hotel here.

Chief Executive Datuk Ismail Ibrahim will represent IRDA at the signing ceremony, and Toyama City by its Mayor, Masashi Mori.

Ismail said the initiatives are in line with efforts towards developing Iskandar Malaysia.

“We can learn much from an advanced country like Japan, particularly on how its capital city Tokyo, is addressing and handling climate change.

“We are planning to learn from Toyama City and will try to adapt its lessons for Iskandar Malaysia,” he said in a statement here.

IRDA and Toyoma city are expected to explore projects such as the hydroelectric generation system and public transportation, especially in regards to technology and human resources.

The one-day forum was hosted by IRDA and attended by about 250 local and overseas experts. – Bernama

 

Future City Initiative at Iskandar Malaysia, Japan

Future City Initiative at Iskandar Malaysia 

Future City Initiative at Iskandar Malaysia, Japan

Future City Initiative at Iskandar Malaysia in collaboration with Japan FCI

 

Background and significance of the FCI

The FCI was launched in 2011 and is now in its third year. It is being promoted by the national government’s Cabinet Office, and 11 cities have been authorized as “Future Cities” as of March 2014.

Japan is known as a country that is already facing challenges that other countries will be facing in the future, and one problem it is now facing is a decreasing birthrate and the rapid aging of its population. It is projected that in 2050, seniors over the age of 65 will comprise 40% of the population. It is an urgent task for Japan to realize cities and regional population centers that maintain their social vitality so that senior citizens can live fruitful, healthy and secure lives. In the near future, many countries, starting in Asia, are expected to experience the same challenge of an aging society. Japan’s experiences in tackling this problem will provide meaningful lessons on this common challenge for humanity.

In making cities into a source of social energy, it is extremely important for stakeholders to mutually recognize the problems, organize them in a comprehensive way, and think about frameworks that can help common human challenges such as environmental problems, aging, and the need to revitalize economies and societies.

The Cabinet Office has also been promoting the Eco-Model City initiative to realize low-carbon cities. These two initiatives were re-organized in March 2013, as shown in Figure 1, so that the Eco-Model City initiative will be integrated into the FutureCity Initiative, and Future Cities will be selected from Eco-Model Cities.

 

FutureCity Initiative

FutureCity Initiative

Basic Concept of the Initiative

The FCI’s basic concept is to create cities that embrace new people-friendly values in order to deal with environmental issues and the aging society. Its goal is to solve problems being faced by Japan and the world such as global warming, resource and energy constraints, and aging societies through establishing sustainable social and economic systems and recovering social solidarity. At the same time, it will be necessary to increase the quality of life and make cities into places where anyone would want to live and where everyone enjoys vitality as new sources of value continually come into being.

To realize a sustainable society, it will be essential to take environmental, social and economic values into consideration. A Future City where anyone would want to live and everyone enjoys vitality is defined as a city where environmental, social and economic values are being innovatively enhanced. The basic premise of a Future City calls for the attainment of a certain level of enhanced value in each of these three aspects of life.

FutureCity Initiative

FutureCity Initiative

 

Source: http://www.japanfs.org/en/projects/future_city/index.html

China-Malaysia Pasir Gudang Industrial Park

Greenland Malaysia is on collaboration talk with Johor state government to establish an iconic China-Malaysia Pasir Gudang Indutrial Park with an estimated johor land area of 3000 acres.

According to the sources, Pasir Gudang Industral Park once approved will be bigger in size than China-Malaysia Kuantan Industrial Park. It is currently on the planning stages, pending for Johor state government to realise it.

China-Malaysia Pasir gudang Industrial Park may be located at Masai Kong Kong area, which is located very closeproximity to Pasir Gudang Port and its existing industrial park. This project will help to improve the Iskandar Malaysia industrial development.

Gteenland General Manager Mr Wu said in the press conference that the above industrial park’s overall development size is huge, and it will attracted international company to establish their presence here. In the result, it will help to improve Johor population which is now stands at 1.4 million in the Iskandar Malaysia and infrastructure development.

“China-Malaysia Pasir Gudang Industrial Park will comprising three theme, which are Singapore Industrial Park, Electronic Industrial Park, and International Property Park”, said Mr Wu. However, he doesn’t disclose the total amount for the iskandar project development.

“There are total of 30 billion of GDP in Johor. Once the Pasir Gudang Industrial Park materialised and completed, it will help in increment of Johor GDP to double fold amounted to 60 billion” emphasis Mr Wu.

He frankly spoke out that Industrial Park is important iskandar project to attract human resources from ASEAN country to stay and work in Johor. It is due to the property development needs population, and the population in Iskandar Malaysia Johor is limited in current stage.

Mr Wu hope that Greenland able to fight for the China-Malaysia Pasir Gudang Industrial Park listed into China to outside country 15th largest industrial park investment, and possibly reach the China- Malaysia country level collaboration.

Once it is success, Industrial park will be single largest investment project between both country.

According to Mr Wu, 128 acres Tebrau waterfront mixed integrated development iskandar project will contain 5 phase, and it will including infrastructure development which will assist government to build a new Permas Jaya bridge to ease the current Permas Jaya bridge congestion issue.

The phase 1 development will include a children theme park of experiences, hotel, restaurant, and office. Phase 2 developments including Chinese primary school, a snow world theme park which public can enjoy ice sculpture and ice skating facility and expected attracting 40,000 visitors yearly. Phase 3 will include opera house containing 1500 seater, phase 4 including Chinese medical hospital to attract retiree, and phase 5 including waterfront luxury property.