Our Project

Adda Heights is conceived to be an up-market mixed residential development within the established and vibrant Tebrau Corridor in Johor Bahru, and is part of the Iskandar Development Region or generally referred to as Iskandar.

Its vision is to create a Whole New World that is unique and exclusive.

Its mission is to create a "No Regrets" Adda Community.

All of its residential precincts are accessible through a tropical landscaped thoroughfare that loops around the 500-acre (200-hectare) township.

ADDA HEIGHTS is centrally located within the heart of Iskandar and is a leisurely 10-minute drive to the city's commercial centre via the Dato' Onn Interchange.

From the interchange, the entire Iskandar Development Region, stretching from the new State Administrative Capital at Nusajaya and the Port of Tanjung Pelepas at the west (25 mins driving time), to the eastern industrial hub and port of Pasir Gudang (20 mins driving time) can be conveniently accessed by expressways or highways. To the south, within 7 mins driving time via the Eastern Dispersal Link (EDL), is the Customs, Immigration Quarantine Complex (CIQ) of Johor Bahru, leading to Singapore. To the north, it will take 20 mins to reach the Senai International Airport.

The Whole New World of ADDA HEIGHTS together with its commercial precinct are also conveniently connected to all the existing facilities at the Tebrau Corridor such as:-

  • Exclusive retail therapy at Tebrau City (Aeon Mall)
  • Convenience shopping at Giant, Aeon BiG and Tesco Extra hypermarkets
  • Golf and sports activities at Austin Hill Golf & Country Club, Ponderosa Golf Resort, Daiman 18, Starhill Golf Club
  • Schools and colleges such as Foon Yew (5) and Sunway College, Fairview International School, Austin International School.
  • Medical Centres such as the high-tech Sultan Ismail General Hospital, the Kempas Medical Centre and the proposed Dato' Onn International Specialist Hospital <read more>
  • Cineplex such as Tanjung Golden Village at Tebrau City and bowling centre at Daiman Bowl.