Millennials have been dubbed many nicknames, one of them being “The Startup Generation”. As a new generation of entrepreneurs, many of us probably have no idea how or where to start our work.
“How do I work on my project while networking at the same time?” is a common question many entrepreneurs ask when starting out. Well, with the rise of co-working spaces, they solve two of those issues at once!
The Klang Valley has had a recent influx in awesome co-working spaces, so there are endless options for any freelancer or entrepreneur looking for a change or scene, or networking opportunities.
Here are nine co-working spaces we think are the coolest!
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Conveniently located near the KLCC LRT station, Komune is also strategically placed in the hub of all things commercial considering Pavilion is just a stone’s throw away.
Its super cosy and comfortable setting gets any one in a super productive mood – not to mention that they also have showers, lockers, AND ample of spaces for you to sink right in.
Other benefits include:
- Free refreshment – water, coffee and tea available in their pantry.
- Phone booths – for those private business discussions.
- Meeting rooms – that come in a variety of sizes to suit your conferencing needs.
- Lifestyle Perks – discounts and benefits from Komune’s partnered brands.
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Address: Suite 6-1, Level 6, Lobby A, Wisma UOA II, No.21, Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 03-2780 6787
Located in a repurposed printing factory in Bangsar, Uppercase is the perfect co-working space for you if you’re a fan of wide open spaces with a love for furniture made of recycled wood, concrete and steel.
The space has a laid-back atmosphere as well, thanks to the abundance of greenery and windows, letting in tonnes of natural light. Environmentally-friendly and calming!
Address: Uppercase Sdn Bhd, 29-07, Jalan Riong, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
WORQ is definitely one of the more visually-pleasing co-working spaces featured on this list. Just look at how colourful everything is!
We’d definitely recommend this space for those who need a visually-stimulating and colourful environment to perk up your mood while working.
Located in Jalan Damansara, this co-working space utilises natural light with its large windows, providing a gorgeous view while you work on one of their comfy beanbags!
Address: Unit 3A-01A, Level 3A, Glo Damansara No. 699, Jalan Damansara, 60000 Kuala Lumpur
4. The Co
The Co is known for its minimalist, spacious interior. One of its spaces is located at The Row, which is situated right above a ton of cafes so this is the perfect place for coffee addicts!
They also have a space near the Bangsar LRT station. Perfect for those who want to avoid the traffic in KL!
Bangsar: 8 Lengkok Abdullah 59000 Bangsar
The Row: 42-48 Jalan Doraisamy 50300 Kuala Lumpur
Located in Bangsar, Nook is a space perfect for those who prefer to work flexible hours. The space has a laid-back cafe-esque feel, so if you’re looking to work in a less stressful environment, this is the workspace for you!
On top of that, they even have free parking spots! What a steal!
Address: 9, Jalan Riong, Off Jalan Maarof, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur
6. CO3 Social Office
Alright, this is one of the coolest-looking spaces we’ve personally seen. CO3 Social Office is a co-working space that definitely emphasises a fun working environment. Just look at that slide!
Complete with a disco-like slide and even more whimsical interior decor like an aeroplane (yes, a plane!), this space can definitely help get those creative juices flowing!
Address: 2-3, Jalan Merbah 1 Bandar Puchong Jaya, 47170 Puchong, Selangor (Next to IOI Mall).
Located in Sri Petaling, Herserlef is a cafe cum co-working space where you pay for the amount of time you spend there, rather than for the food you order.
If you’re the kind who has to eat while working in a quiet environment, this is definitely the place for you!
The space charges guests RM0.18 per minute, but after 90 minutes, the base rate is set at RM16.20, which is the maximum you’ll pay no matter how long you stay there.
They also provide free-flow access to a variety of delicious snacks, including cookies, tea and coffee just to name a few. Perfect for those looking to save a buck!
Address: 9-1, Jalan Radin Bagus 9, Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur
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This is one of the more popular co-working spaces on this list due to its presence across Southeast Asia. CommonGround has work spaces in Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia.
CommonGround has plenty of branches and one of them that stands out the most is their JayaOne unit because it is PET FRIENDLY! Yes, that means you’re able to cuddle up to your doggos while working!
CommonGround also has their own app, which can connect you to other members with whom you can gain feedback on ideas and plans in real-time.
With its eye-catching interior decor, this is definitely a great space to work and get creative!
9. Colony Space
Colony Space is definitely one of the more luxurious-looking co-working spaces in this list. With a simple yet elegant black-and-white theme, this space looks professional yet laid-back thanks to its comfortable furniture.
On top of that, the space is also equipped with its very own gym and swimming pool! Perfect way to de-stress or get those brain juices flowing whenever a mental block comes on!
They also just launched their Mutiara Damansara branch and it looks spectacular!
Address: 6, Jalan Kia Peng, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
So, if you’re an entrepreneur itching to get out there and work on your project, go ahead and give one of these spaces a go!
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