Company Name (SSM): Lazuli Sdn Bhd

Farm Name: Cattle Queen Ranch

Type of Business: Agriculture (livestock) and Agro Tourism

Address: Cattle Queen Ranch, Batu 14, Jalan Mersing, 86000, Kluang, Johor.

Telephone: +6 012-757 6080 (Cattle Queen Ranch)

Email: cattlequeenranch@gmail.com

Website: https://www.cq-ranch.com

As the capital of the nation, KL’s economic catchments encompass the entire country. Activities in the city, its infrastructure and buildings, its parks and monuments, its spectrum of social, spiritual, recreational and entertainment facilities, and the concentration of governmental and nongovernmental institutions, are clear manifestations of the city’s central role in the life of the country.

At the same time the relocation of federal government administrative functions to Putrajaya has not adversely affected KL’s role as the economic and business centre of the country.

Today Kuala Lumpur and its conurbation form a region that is the most industrialised and economically the fastest growing in the country. The development of the KLIA at Sepang, the creation of the MSC, which includes Putrajaya and Cyberjaya, and the expansion of Port Klang have reinforced the national and international economic importance of the city and has made it a competitor with cities such as Singapore, Bangkok, Manila and Hong Kong for international business in the Asian region

For visitors, greater KL is well connected by roads and tolled highways. Public transport in the Klang Valley has a modern and extensive network — Light Metro (LRT), Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), monorail, commuter rail (KTM Komuter) and Express Rail Link (ERL) which links to the airport.

Malaysia’s main airport is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at Sepang. KLIA2 is the secondary terminal catering for low-cost carrier flights flown by Air Asia. An older airport is the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang for chartered and turboprop flights by airlines such as Firefly and Malindo Air.

The transport hub is located in the heart of the city at KL Sentral. From here the LRT interchanges spoke out with the KTM trains travelling to Singapore in the south, and Hat Yai, Thailand in the north. Taxis and e-hailing service car rides are widely available.

Kuala Lumpur is known for its global islamic financing activities – the world’s largest Islamic bank, Al-Rajhi Bank and Kuwait Finance House have operations here.