Mid Valley City
When it was planned in the late 1980s, it was initially named Bandar Syed Putra, named after Jalan Syed Putra that runs through the southern flank of the development. The site that was selected for the development was formerly occupied by an abattoir.
It is accessible by both road and rail transport. Rail transport is served directly by KTM Komuter via Mid Valley Komuter station while indirectly by RapidKL railway system via Bangsar LRT station and Abdullah Hukum LRT station. The KTM station connects directly with the Mid Valley Megamall. According to the corporate website, the company is trying to secure permission to build a bridge connecting The Garden shopping mall to the LRT station, therefore it improves improving connection between the buildings. Mid Valley City is a stop for RapidKL buses routes leading here such as 822 and T788.
Mid Valley City has been awarded MSC Malaysia Cyber Center status since 22 September 2008. Offices in the development offer competitive date center rates and high-speed broadband access.
View of the Corridor in the Retail Gallery
View of the Atrium in front of Robinson
Bridge between Mid Valley Megamall and the Gardens
Some of the buildings on the development, seen from the Federal Highway
- "Mid Valley City gets MSC status". the Star. 23 September 2008. Retrieved 26 September 2008.
- The Gardens Website
- Mid Valley City Website
- The Gardens Pictures
- Mid Valley Megamall
- Cititel Mid Valley
- Church in Mid Valley City
- Mid Valley City Fans Community