10 Best Coworking Spaces in Kuala Lumpur to Boost Your Productivity

11 Best Coworking Spaces in Kuala Lumpur to Boost Your Productivity

Working remotely has never been better.

In the wake of the pandemic, the trend of working remotely has morphed into a common phenomenon among the employed. Many have had to work from home instead of an assigned office desk but even then, it tends to cause an unproductive environment. As switching between the office and home settings can be a little difficult, many have opted to work in coworking spaces. 

Today, coworking spaces have been favoured by small start-ups and career-driven individuals alike. If you’re searching for a place to conduct your usual 9-5, here are 10 best coworking spaces in Kuala Lumpur to boost your productivity! 

P.S. — They’re also pretty aesthetically pleasing!

Also read: 10 Best Coworking Spaces in Singapore to Boost Your Productivity

1. Mercu 2, WeWork

Headquartered in New York City, WeWork is an international coworking space provider with its two Malaysian outlets at Kuala Lumpur in Mercu 2 at KL Eco City and Equatorial Plaza at Jalan Sultan Ismail. While Equatorial Plaza is better suited for events, Mercu 2 is perfect for your coworking needs. It’s a minimalist, inviting workspace that’s bound to make your work day even more productive. The white and black-accented aesthetic is gorgeous from afar, which means you don’t need a virtual background for virtual meetings! 

There are more reasons why you should work at Mercu 2! For starters, it’s directly accessible via the KL Metro (Mid Valley KTM Station and Abdullah Hukum LRT Station). The coworking spaces come with a lot of amenities as well, such as spacious meeting rooms and event spaces, cleaning services, parking, secure Wi-Fi, phone booths, and comfortable common areas. You can seek assistance from any of the friendly on-site staff, and treat yourself to a cup of coffee at the stocked kitchens.

Address: No.3, Jalan Bangsar, Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

2. Regus

Similarly, Regus (a former British holding company) is another international brand with coworking spaces in KL. If you’re looking for office spaces to work at in the city, then Regus is for you! They’ve got office spaces near KL Sentral and Bangsar, two of which have been deemed ideal locations for start-ups. However, Regus is also available in Tribeca, Menara Binjai, and Exchange 106 — all of which are close to the city centre. 

Anyone who wants to work at any of Regus’s coworking spaces can make bookings and manage their account via their app. You’ll be able to reap the benefits of stellar services like maintenance and administration, and seek assistance from a highly-trained staff. Plus, the workspaces are great for collaborative projects! For those interested to further their careers or businesses, Regus also hosts regular networking and personal growth events. 

Address (Tribeca): Level 6 & 7, Residensi Tribeca, No 215, Jalan Imbi, Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

3. Common Ground

Common Ground is one of those coworking spaces in KL that you’ll love because of its gorgeous interior and great functionality. They’ve got a number of locations, including Mont’ Kiara, Bukit Bintang, KL Sentral, KL Eco City, Bangsar South, and Damansara Heights. As such, Common Ground is just as accessible to public transport. 

But the benefits don’t stop there — you can enjoy both virtual and private offices and excellent rooms to conduct meetings or manage events. Also, many start-ups love this coworking space because of the lush environment, flexible workspaces, high-speed internet, and a dedicated pantry area where you can get a cup of coffee, tea, or water on your breaks. With a day pass, you can even get free seating at any of the hot desks and easily complete your daily tasks. 

Address (KL Eco City): 2 No, Levels 15-19, Boutique Office 1 (B01-C), Menara, 3, Jalan Bangsar, Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum, 59200 Kuala Lumpur

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4. Compass Offices

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With over 30 business centres worldwide, including outposts in Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Australia, Compass Offices is one of the leading flexible workspace providers in Asia Pacific. Their Kuala Lumpur office space inside Menara AIA Sentral located in Bukit Bintang spans three floors, with all the workspace solutions that young start-ups and individual creatives need.

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Easily accessible via Raja Chulan Station, they offer co-working space, shared office space, and serviced offices that have a sleek, corporate-grade aesthetic. As a serviced office provider, Compass Offices’ flexible agreements come with included services like cleaning and maintenance, meeting rooms, social breakout areas, complimentary coffee and tea, and business lounges.

Address: 3/F – 5/F, Menara AIA Sentral, 30 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250, Kuala Lumpur

5. WORQ Coworking

Like Common Ground, WORQ is a coworking and office space with numerous locations throughout the city. In KL, you can work at Glo Damansara TTDI, Menara 1 Sentrum at KL Sentral, and KL Gateway at Bangsar South. The coworking space has a bright, yet slightly retro feel to its surroundings, which truly makes it a fun place to work on the weekdays. You can opt for a hot desk, a private suite, and even a dedicated desk away from the common area. 

Image credit: WORQ Official Website

In case you’re wondering, WORQ also does have its amenities to match — meeting rooms and conference facilities are available, as well as cleaning and dispatch services. The internet is fast, and there are printers and scanners for whenever you need to settle important documents. What more could you ask for! 

Address (TTDI): Lot 3A-01A, Level 3A, Glo Damansara Shopping Mall, 699, Jalan Damansara, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur

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6. Colony Coworking Space, KLCC

The coworking spaces of Colony at Vipod Residences near KLCC are a true work of art. It combines sophistication and creativity, with influences reflected in the hospitality industry. As such, you can hold both events and meetings here, and benefit from a range of corporate amenities like phone booths, a vibrant common lounge, and printing and scanning services. 

But let’s take it up a notch, shall we? In addition to an on-site pantry, they also have a cafe, massage rooms, and nap rooms! There’s even a rooftop gym and pool if you want to break a sweat before you switch to your 9-5. Better yet, those with children can have their kids spend time at the kids’ play area. 

Address: 6, Jalan Kia Peng, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

7. Co-labs Coworking, Naza Tower

Co-labs Coworking is arguably one of the best coworking spaces in KL that houses both business and fun under one roof! Though a majority of their locations are in Selangor, there’s one in Naza Tower near KLCC. Not only is it gorgeous on the inside, it’s also affordable for everyone. Like many coworking spaces, there’s a virtual office where you can get your own mailing address as well as both hybrid and private office facilities. 

Unsurprisingly, that’s not the only thing Co-labs is worth knowing about; there’s even a Snack Lab, nap pods, a recreational lounge for games, breakout areas, hot showers, a cafe, and a photography studio. Besides that, they provide mentorship programs, daily cleaning, concierge services, a boardroom, and versatile meeting rooms. Everything you might need, it’s all here! 

Address: Platinum Park, Level 23A – 25 Naza Tower, 10, Persiaran KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, 50088 Kuala Lumpur

8. Unispace, KL Sentral

For those who can’t drive around the city, commuting to KL Sentral does have its benefits. Just a train stop away (Pasar Seni station) on the LRT line, you can switch to the MRT line. On top of that, the NuSentral mall is right next door to the station, and Little India at Brickfields is within walking distance. 

If you want to work in a lively transit hub, Unispace is a coworking space perfect for your remote work needs. There’s flexible rental packages for a dedicated desk space, as well as other great benefits like daily maintenance, parking, landline services, private lockers, and a keycard for access. If you need to grab a quick bite, there’s a cafeteria as well as free hot drinks provided. Unlike the former coworking spaces in KL, there’s conference rooms, CCTV surveillance, mail handling and even a post box! Plus, you can have your company name on a display board.

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Address: Q Sentral, Level-21, Units 08 & 09, KL Sentral, 2A, Jalan Stesen Sentral 2, Kuala Lumpur Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

9. Komune Co-working Space, The Vertical

Komune at The Vertical, Bangsar South is another one of many coworking spaces in KL that is also known for its prime business location. It’s near a major intersection between KL and Petaling Jaya, and just walking distance from two train stations — Kerinchi LRT Station and KL Gateway Universiti LRT Station

But what is it like to work there? You can select either a hot desk or a dedicated desk to work from. Day passes are also available, which grants you to community events, their water dispenser, and high-speed internet. Some other amenities include meeting rooms, a game arcade, private phone booths, mailing addresses, an on-site cafe, and more! 

Address: Level 8, Vertical Corporate Tower B, 8, Jalan Kerinchi, Bangsar South, 59200 City, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

10. MOX, Sunway Putra Mall

coworking spaces in kl - mox putra mall

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So we’ve talked about coworking spaces that boost productivity and seamless corporate environments. This time, we’re calling for all the creatives out there because we’ve got something for you. At MOX, Sunway Putra Mall, you can thrive in a unique setting that may help get both your collaborative and creative juices flowing. 

Image credit: MOX Official Website

A single membership with MOX comes with great amenities. Besides 24/7 access to the coworking space, you can have member rates for venue rentals. Each subscriber can get fast Internet, a nap room, parcel services and a locker, concierge services, a pantry stocked with drinks, access to community events, and even CCTV surveillance.

Address: Level 4-01, Sunway Putra Mall 100, Jalan Putra, Chow Kit, 50350 Kuala Lumpur

11. DOJO Workspace, Menara AmpleWest

So we all know how stressful normal work environments can be. When you combine internal and external factors, your productivity and work quality can be greatly affected. Luckily, at DOJO Workspace in Menara AmpleWest, you can get a taste of what happens when you mix well-being and work in one space. Their coworking spaces in KL incorporate a lot of minimalist and open settings, letting major zen vibes flourish while you finish up your high-priority projects.

That’s not all: At DOJO, you can select any of their facilities to suit your work-related needs. For instance, both private suites and event spaces are available. If you’re flying solo, you can snag a hot desk which will grant you high-speed internet, a phone booth, a concierge, and printing. On your breaks, you can go out to the Zen Garden to inhale the fresh air or grab free coffee at the pantry! Did we mention that there’s also a shower room as well?

Address: Lot A-1-1 Menara Amplewest, 6, Jalan P. Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur

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These co-working spaces are also perfect for digital nomads and travellers from abroad seeking a temporary workspace. That’s the beauty of remote working — you get to work from anywhere at any time, as long as there’s stable Wi-Fi and a great view to work from. 

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