Ilham Tower is a stunning new skyscraper located in Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle.
At 274 meters, Ilham Tower one of the tallest buildings in the city. Designed by award-winning architects Foster + Partners, this 60-storey building was completed in 2015.
The Smart Grade A office building is designed to Greenmark Gold + specifications. It features column-free floor plates well suited to modern working practices.
Three-meter tall floor to ceiling windows provide interior spaciousness and take full advantage of natural light.
Tenants enjoy convenience and peace of mind with cutting edge technology – including the building security system and high-speed regenerative lifts.
The building boasts spectacular views across stunning Kuala Lumpur skyline. Many of Kuala Lumpur’s landmark attractions – including Kuala Lumpur Twin Tower, KL Tower, and KL City Centre Park – are just a stroll away.
Located 5 minutes away from Ampang Park LRT Station, this building offers excellent transport connections. In-house amenities include sky dining, an art gallery, 5-star hotel, spa, convenience store, café and banking hall.
Kuala Lumpur City Centre is Malaysia’s premier business and shopping precinct.
Designed to be a city within a city, this 100-acre site hosts numerous corporate skyscrapers, shopping complexes, hotels, and public parks. The entire area features innovative district cooling.
Famous buildings in the area include the Petronas Twin Towers, the G Tower, the Intermark, Felda, Tabung Haji and others. Exclusive and nearby condos are The Oval, Binjai Residency, Myhabitat, amongst many more. Shopping complexes include such as Suria KLCC and Avenue K.
There are also hotels within walking distance such as G Tower, Mandarin Oriental, Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur and InterContinental Kuala Lumpur hotel. A public park and a mosque is also built on the area and open to everyone.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
Servcorp offices are located on level 33 of the ILHAM Tower.
Level 33 features glorious artwork of the Malaysian culture, sometimes used synonymously with ‘babas’ and ‘peranakans’. The term ‘baba’ is derived from the Hindu word ‘babu’ meaning a clerk; and in the days gone by Straits Chinese men were referred to as ‘babas’. As for ‘peranakans’, this simply means ‘Straits-born’ in Bahasa Melayu.