Core SoHo Suites @ Kota Warisan, Sepang Registration

The Heart of Modernity.
Affordable SoHo units from only RM238,800*.

KIP Sentral at Sepang is a freehold 39-acre commercial development within the Kota Warisan township. It is approximately 10 minutes away from KLIA and is near to several renowned universities such as Xiamen University Malaysia Campus, INTI International University, Nilai University and University Sains Islam Malaysia.

Great visibility is achieved as most of KIP Sentral fronts the Pintasan Dengkil Bypass which is the main access to Kota Warisan. The dual-carriageway is busy and has a direct interchange to Warisan Puteri township next to KIP Sentral.

KIP Sentral comprises Core Avenue, a 76-unit retail shop-offices; KiP Mall (opening soon), and the upcoming Core SoHo Suites and KiP Hotel. Next to KIP Sentral is an existing McDonald’s drive-thru outlet and a Shell petro station that are frequently busy with customers.

Within the KIP Sentral vicinity, there are also two types of modern designed shoplots which was launched and fully sold:-

1. 104 units of 2- and 3-storey terrace shoplots measuring from 22’ x 75’ to 43’ x 75’, and

2. 28 units of 3-storey semi-d shoplots measuring 38’ x 75’.

Xiamen University Malaysia Campus is the first university from Mainland China to open an overseas branch. It is a mere 5-minute drive from KIP Sentral. This commercial development will serve the basic, lifestyle and entertainment needs of the surrounding residents, passerby to KLIA airport and the growing student population.

The 3.2-acre Core SoHo Suites has a gross development value (GDV) of RM140 million. The small-office, home-office development comprises two blocks — Block A with 288 units and Block B with 178 units. Block B was launched on 16 September 2016 with a take-up rate of over 80%. The unit built-up size is 450 sq ft while the minimum selling price in Tower B starts from RM238,800 or an average of RM530 per square foot.

The second tower of Core SoHo Suites, Tower A, is now open for sale.


Potential and affordable with great student catchment.




Core SoHo Suites is strategically located in the nucleus of Kota Warisan, a fast developing township in Sepang earmarked as an international lifestyle destination. This township in the southern region of Klang Valley enjoys easy access to 11 major highways like Maju Expressway (MEX), ELITE Expressway, Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway, KLIA Expressway, SKVE, LDP, SILK, North-South Expressway, Jalan Nilai-KLIA, Jalan Bangi-Dengkil and Jalan Banting-Dengkil.

It also has easy access to LRT and KTM lines via the nearby Express Rail Link (ERL) Salak Tinggi station.

Being adjacent to Cyberjaya and Putrajaya puts Core SoHo Suites within range of government administrative offices and several top multinational companies such as NTT, T-Systems, Dell, DHL, HP Campus, HSBC, OCBC, IBM, Shell, and many more.

Core SoHo Suites’ most immediate visibility shall be derived from its 2km proximity to the current Xiamen University, a top ranked university in China. This huge growing campus currently houses 1,300 students and the numbers is expected to increase to 10,000 by the completion of its 2nd phase.

Core SoHo Suites is the first SoHo development in Sepang. It has practical open concept and is equipped with lifestyle facilities (swimming pool, gymnasium, multi-purpose hall).

And Kota Warisan township’s visibility will continue to grow exponentially. Its close proximity to KLIA and KLIA 2 places it within the booming path of the 24,700 acre KLIA Aeropolis project and also Alibaba Group’s first e-hub outside of China, in the form of a regional distribution hub to be established in Malaysia under the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP) and Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) joint initiative.


Artist’s impression of Core SoHo Suites Tower B.


Artist’s impression of Core SoHo Suites Tower A (left) and Tower B (right).


Artist’s impression – front view of Core SoHo Suites.


The environment and ambiance around Core SoHo Suites is serene and peaceful with many pockets of lush greeneries. The surrounding developments are also well spread out and are of low density, mainly consisting of residential houses and low-rise apartments.

Persiaran Warisan and Evira double-storey terrace link house within Warisan Puteri Sepang township next to KIP Sentral.



Situated in the fast growing southern region of Klang Valley, Core SoHo Suites is only a short distance to a wide array of key localities and landmarks such as:

  • KLIA (13km)
  • KLIA 2 (13.5km)
  • Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA (11km)
  • Xiamen University Malaysia Campus (2km)
  • Horizon Village Outlets (3km)
  • Sepang F1 Circuit (12km)
  • ERL Salak Tinggi (3km)
  • IOI Resort City (27km)
  • Sunsuria City (upcoming, 1.6km)



Core SoHo Suites comprised of 2 towers totaling 466 SoHo units. Details of the towers are as follows:

  • Land Size : 3.25 acres
  • Land Tenure : Freehold
  • Property Type : SoHo
  • Total Units : 466 (Tower A & B)
  • No. of Retail Shops : 76 retail units
  • Total Carpark : 778 parking lots (4 storey)
  • Tower A Total Floor : 15 floors (Tower A / 288 units / 33 units per floor)
  • Tower B Total Floor : 13 floors (Tower B / 178 units / 23 units per floor)



KIP Group has since its incorporation in 1993 been noted for its reputation as a dependable property developer in delivering value added and quality products. The innovative and receptive approach adopted by the Management allows the Company to produce products that the customers look for in their property.

On 6 February 2017, KIP Real Estate Investment Trust (KIP REIT) celebrated their debut on the Bursa Malaysia. Since its initial public offering on the exchange, KIP REIT has successfully raised RM234.2 million.



Presently, the locality is self-sustainable with several ready basic amenities such as Affin Bank, McDonald’s complete with drive through facilities, 7-Eleven, Domino’s Pizza, 99 Speedmart (on the other side), Shell petrol station, mini-markets, local restaurants, budget hotels and cafes.


ORANGE Boutique Hotel, one of the earliest budget hotel operating at KIP Sentral shoplot, next to it is Domino’s Pizza.


Presence of bank, F&Bs, convenience stores, budget hotels, tyre shops and others operating at KIP Sentral shoplots.


Drive-thru McDonald’s at Kota Warisan next to KIP Sentral.


Moreover, the adjacent KIP Mall is nearing completion and is ready to be opened soo, and according to the developer, its proposed tenants are Secret Recipe, KFC, MBG, Subway, Watsons, Econsave, Mr D.I.Y. and many more. Upon completion, Core SoHo Suites will also be served by 76 units of by its own retail podium – Core Avenue retail shops.


Core Avenue retail shops layout plan.


Interior impression of Core Avenue retail shops.


Interior impression of Core Avenue retail shops.


Nearing completion KIP Mall @ Kota Warisan, Sepang.


Some of the proposed tenants at KIP Mall.


Should one decide to take a short drive away, several existing notable malls and hypermarkets are within a few minutes reach:


  • 14km to Tesco Bandar Baru Nilai
  • 15km to Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA
  • 17km to D’Pulze Shopping Centre, Cyberjaya
  • 18km to Tamarind Square, Cyberjaya (upcoming)
  • 18km to Gem in Mall, Mutiara Ville Cyberjaya
  • 24km to Alamanda Putrajaya
  • 27km to IOI City Mall at IOI Resort City (megamall status with an upcoming extension wing)

In terms of educational infrastructure, just within a short driving radius are:

Universities and Colleges

  • Xiamen University Malaysia Campus within Kota Warisan itself
  • Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, Cyberjaya
  • Multimedia University (MMU), Cyberjaya
  • Heriot-Watt University Malaysia Campus, Putrajaya
  • Cyberjaya University College Of Medical Sciences
  • Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM), Dengkil Campus
  • Universiti Tenaga Nasional (UNITEN)
  • Infrastructure University of Kuala Lumpur (IUKL)
  • University Malaysia of Computer Science & Engineering, Putrajaya
  • Nilai University
  • INTI International University Nilai Campus
  • Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia, Bandar Baru Nilai
  • Kirby International College, Cyberjaya
  • FTMS Global College, Cyberjaya

Schools and International Schools

  • SJK(C) Dengkil
  • SMK Dengkil
  • SJK(C) Union Lakefront Cyberjaya (upcoming)
  • Sekolah Sultan Alam Shah
  • Nexus International School, Putrajaya
  • ELC International School, Cyberjaya
  • Alice Smith School – Secondary Campus, Equine Park
  • Rafflesia International School, 16 Sierra, Puchong South

Accessibility to Public Transport

Core SoHo Suites is situated only a mere 2km away from the ERL Salak Tinggi station which boasts a unique twin snail-like architecture. From this station, city centre access is made easy to all major integrated transportation hubs:

  • 1 station away to KLIA (highly potential to capture airport and airline workers).
  • 2 stations away to Terminal Bersepadu Selatan (TBS) rail-bus interchange station.
  • 3 stations away to KL Sentral transportation hub (linked to Monorail, LRT, MRT Line 1, ETS or KTM Intercity, KTM Komuter, RapidKL buses).


ERL Salak Tinggi station and the fares of ERL Transit Service, ie. RM12.50 one-way ticket to KL Sentral from Salak Tinggi.


Accessibility via/to major Highways

Core SoHo Suites will have easy access to 11 major highways like Maju Expressway (MEX), ELITE Expressway, Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway, KLIA Expressway, SKVE, LDP, SILK, North-South Expressway, Jalan Nilai-KLIA, Jalan Bangi-Dengkil and Jalan Banting-Dengkil.

In addition, the upcoming ELITE Highway Salak Tinggi Interchange (E609), which is approximately 2.5km away, will open up convenient access to this highway artery enroute to Nilai North Interchange and the North-South Expressway thereafter.


E609 is a trumpet-interchange and it will serve as the main access to Dengkil and Ampar Tenang, and more importantly the growing Kota Warisan next to the interchange.



The Kota Warisan locality is currently at the early stage of its large blossoming development such as Sunsuria City by Sunsuria Bhd and Serenia City by Sime Darby Property Bhd. Presently its locality population mainly consists of civil servants, university students and employees of the nearby factories, laboratory, tourist-on-transit, airport ground staff, airline crews and lecturers which are made up of middle to middle upper income earners. Kota Warisan is the home to KFC Hatchery, a latex glove factory owned by Wembley Rubber Products, Veterinary Public Health Laboratory of the Departmen of Veterinary Services Malaysia and the National Metrology Laboratory.

Its neighbouring Cyberjaya and Putrajaya largely consist of administrative employees from the Federal Government, multi-national corporations (MNCs), small-medium enterprise communities as well as higher learning institution communities with semi-moderate purchasing power. Meanwhile, the total student population in Cyberjaya, Putrajaya, Bangi and Nilai is estimated to be over 32,000.

IOI Properties Bhd’s Warisan Puteri development will anchor 200 acres of land in the heart of Kota Warisan. The first two phases – Evira and Avista – are now almost ready for occupancy, which according to the developer staff, they mainly consists of own-stayers and upgraders property owners.



The coming future catalysts that will drive the development boom around Core SoHo Suites.


Xiamen University Malaysia Campus – 2km

Xiamen University or better known as “Xia Da” is a prestigious university in China which is currently being ranked 11th spot among other 2,000 higher learning institutions in China and ranked 275th spot globally. Since its founding, in 1921, Xiamen University has produced more than 200,000 undergraduates and graduates. Over 60 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) have studied or worked at Xiamen University. In China, it has 27 schools containing 76 departments and 10 research institutes.

The Malaysian campus is a first overseas branch campus of a China university. Built on 148 acres (60 hectares) of land, the RM1.3 billion university campus with full campus facilities will be able to accommodate up to 20,000 students once it is fully developed. The university website proudly mentioned that:

The establishment of Xiaman University Malaysia (XMU) sets new heights in the areas of cooperation and exchange in education between China and Malaysia. XMU is driven to build the campus into one of Malaysia’s best, enriching Malaysia’s tertiary education landscape to produce high-quality talents with international competitiveness.

The first enrollment of 500 students was completed in September 2015 with the student numbers rising to 1,300 now. This will grow to 5,000 in 2020; and eventually reach more than 10,000 students. Most of the students come from Malaysia, China, and other ASEAN countries. The teaching staff comprises distinguished professors of Xiamen University and excellent teachers are being recruited from around the globe. The ratio of students to teachers is set to be 15:1.

XMU masterplan.


The establishment of XMU has generated great interest among Malaysians and Chinese, and has triggered pledges of financial contributions for its success. These have been led by Malaysia’s richest man, Robert Kuok, who has generously contributed RMB 200 million for the construction of the university’s main building – the library building; Board Chairman of China Garden and Forest Group Corporation, You Yuhan, with RMB 50 million for the construction of the No.4 Building of the main building complex of the campus; and IOI Group Executive Chairman Tan Sri Lee Shin Cheng with a contribution of RMB 30 million for the construction of the No.1 Building of the main building complex of the campus.

PTLM Team visited the campus recently and checked that the progress of Phase 2 main administrative and academic buildings are nearing completion.


Horizon Village Outlets – 3km

Just 3km to the north lies the HVO which holds 400,000 sq ft of outlet shopping experience on a 30 acres of land. Designed by an international team of architects from Ross Adams USA, the structures of HVO will resembles the alphabet L with a centre court. It is positioned as a luxury outlet offering global brands and a unique experience.

Artist’s impression of Horizon Village Outlets.


HVO plans to sign up more than 150 well-established luxury and casual fashion brand retailers and well known F&B operators where the F&B outlets will be located at each end of the structure. Jointly developed by Michigan-based Horizon Group Properties and Mainstay Holdings Sdn Bhd, HVO features an outdoor environment with 100% covered walkways for customer convenience and comfort. There will be 2,000 carpark bays underground.

The upscale design and materials are consistent with the image of luxury retail brands. HVO will also have elegant common area features which will include water elements and sculptures designed to create a sense of place and enhance customers experience.

Weather-proof and luxury ambience combined with colonial charm are among differentiating features compared to its nearest competitor Mitsui Outlet Park KLIA.


KLIA Aeropolis – 8km

The total 404.7 hectares of land around the KLIA is primed to emerge as a significant airport city in Asia over the next 5 to 10 years. The KLIA Aeropolis is expected to attract RM30 billion of gross domestic product (GDP) contribution over a 15 year period and create 56,000 jobs in doing so.

Artist’s impression of KLIA Aeropolis, a true world-class airport city.


Alibaba’s Regional E-Fulfillment and Logistic Hub – 8km

China e-commerce giant Alibaba Group under the leadership of Jack Ma is setting up a trade and logistics hub in Malaysia’s new Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) within KLIA Aeropolis. To commence in 2019, this e-fulfillment hub in Malaysia will be Alibaba’s first such hub outside of China. It has the potential to double the growth rate of local Malaysian SME’s goods exports by 2025 and create 60,000 jobs.

The first phase of the DFTZ involves developing a regional e-commerce and logistics hub at the former LCCT Terminal, near KLIA. This hub will function as a centralized customs clearance, warehousing and fulfillment facility for Malaysia and the surrounding region, greatly speeding up the clearance process for imports and exports and boost the e-commerce boom.

Alibaba Group will work together with MDEC in the development of the hub, which will see the introduction of Alibaba One Touch platform that will link Malaysia directly to Hangzhou’s cross-border e-commerce pilot zone to enable SMEs and businesses to trade conveniently and efficiently between the two countries.



Besides Core SoHo Suites and the KIP Mall, there will be 76 units of the Core Avenue retail shops at its podium and KIP Hotel to enhance the overall development further as well as the convenient lifestyle experience that comes with it.



The entire KIP Sentral including Core SoHo Suites is a freehold development.



Core SoHo Suites consists of 447 Standard SoHo units of 450 sq ft and 19 Cabana Units of 566 sq ft. The efficiency of the unit layout is simplified and optimized for overall space utilization. Each unit is typically 4.1m wide and 10.2m long. The bathroom is located at the exterior end of the unit for appropriate natural ventilation.

Core SoHo Suites’ standard unit layout plan and artist’s impression of its internal layout design.



Tower A SOHO units face a North-South orientation while Tower B is of East West orientation.

The north facing units of Tower A will be overlooking KIP Mall towards Xiamen University Malaysia Campus and the Horizon Village Outlets. The pool-facing south oriented units of Tower A will face towards KLIA and the Sepang F1 Circuit. Meanwhile, west facing Tower B units will be overlooking a sea of greens in Salak Tinggi while the east and pool-facing units will overlook Nilai in the horizon.


Core SoHo Suites’ typical floor layout plan from Level 8 to 13. Cabana units are available on Level 7 facility floor.


Core SoHo Suites’ Level 7 facilities layout plan.


Location Map

GPS Coordinate: 2.822024,101.695842


Street View

Core SoHo Suites seen from Persiaran Warisan.

Accessibility, Amenities & Infrastructure


  • 14km to Kuala Lumpur International Airport 
  • 15km to Putrajaya
  • 16km to Cyberjaya
  • 29km to Puchong 
  • 46km to KLCC 


  • Putrajaya-Cyberjaya Expressway
  • Jalan Bangi-Dengkil 
  • Elite Highway 
  • SILK Highway
  • SKVE Highway 
  • LDP
  • MEX Expressway

Public Transportation:

  • 2.0km to ERL Salak Tinggi Station 
  • 18 km to Putrajaya Sentral Bus Station 
  • 18 km to Upcoming MRT Putrajaya Station (MRT Line 2)

Future Infrastructure:

  • 18 km to Upcoming MRT Putrajaya Station (MRT Line 2) 


  • Fibre optic backbone
  • Standard area backbone


Business Park:

  • 13 km to Melati Square Putra Nilai 
  • 17 km to Shaftbury Square Cyberjaya 
  • 18 km to Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) 
  • 20 km to Federal Government Administrative Centres Putrajaya
  • 23 km to Selangor Science Park Cyberjaya 
  • 27 km to IOI Resort City Putrajaya 

Shopping Centre:

  • 0.2km to KIP Mart Kota Warisan 
  • 15 km to Mitsui Outlet Park  
  • 17 km to Dpulze Shopping Centre Cyberjaya 
  • 18 km Gem in Mall Cyberjaya
  • 24 km to Alamanda Putrajaya Shopping Centre 
  • 27 km to IOI City Mall 

School & International School:

  • 1.1km to SK Kota Warisan  
  • 10 km to SMK Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi 
  • 10 km to SMK Seri Sepang 
  • 17 km to ELC International School Cyberjaya
  • 20 km to Epsom College Malaysia   
  • 26 km to Nexus International School Putajaya


University & College:

  • 2.2km to Xiamen University Malaysia 
  • 12 km to Inti International University Nilai Campus 
  • 15 km to Heriot-Watt University Malaysia 
  • 18 km to Multimedia University Cyberjaya Campus 
  • 21 km to Limkokweng University of Creative Technology Cyberjaya Campus 


  • 19 km to Pusrawi Medical Centre KLIA 
  • 19 km to Hospital Putrajaya
  • 38 km to Kajang Hospital 

Leisure & Recreational:

  • 15 km to Putrajaya Challange Park 
  • 15 km to Putrajaya Taman Empangan Park 
  • 17 km to Putrajaya Equestrian Park 
  • 25 km to Farm in The City , Seri Kembangan
  • 27 km to Palm Garden Golf Club , Putrajaya 
  • 27 km to IceScape Ice Rink 
  • 37 km to Broga Hill, Semenyih 

Nearby Landmarks:

  • 0.2km to KIP Mart
  • 1.8km to Shell Petrol Station Kota Warisan 
  • 1.8km to McDonald’s Drive-Tru Kota Warisan 
  • 2.2km to Xiemen University Malaysia 

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