Puteri Harbour – Malaysia’s 1st Urban Integrated Waterfront Development

Puteri Harbour – Malaysia’s 1st Urban Integrated Waterfront Development
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The Jewel of Iskandar Puteri, Puteri Harbour of Latitude 10 25’N and Longitude 1030 39.5’E, is a 688-acre integrated urban waterfront development with a 13.5-km coastline located along the Puteri Narrows or Sempitan Puteri the most narrow point of the Straits of Johor. Puteri Harbour is designed to bring world-class waterfront living to Malaysia.

Adjacent to the majestic Kota Iskandar, Puteri Harbour will offer the experience of exceptional waterfront living, dining, entertainment, and the arts and culture in a safe and picturesque natural setting. In 2010, Puteri Harbour received global recognition by being awarded the FIABCI Prix d’ Excellence’s Best Runner-up in the Master Plan category, making it one of the best-planned waterfront developments in the world.

Puteri Harbour is increasingly becoming a popular destination for yachtsmen from all over the world. From 2009 – 2019, more than 1000 boats operated, berthed, and sailed yearly to and from this port of call. In 2020, it is forecasted that 750 boats will make Puteri Harbour their destination, affirming its allure in the world as a yachting circuit and with its geographical significance as the Southern-most marina of Mainland Asia.

While the reputation of Puteri Harbour’s public, private, and mega-yacht marinas and first-class facilities and services continues to grow, residential, entertainment and commercial complexes are being built to cater to future residents and tourists. Imperia, the first waterfront residential tower in Nusajaya, overlooks the beautifully contoured Puteri Marina the public marina. Somerset Puteri Harbour serviced residence is managed by The Ascott Limited a member of CapitaLand.

Somerset Puteri Harbour features high quality and personalized service amidst stylish and exceptionally appointed living spaces that are conducive to both living and working. The project completed in 2013.