Queensbay Mall, Bayan Indah

Queensbay Mall is a freehold shopping mall located in Bayan Indah, Sungai Nibong.The built-up available at this project is 345 sf to 456 sf. It was developed by CP Land Sdn Bhd, and was completed around 2006.

CP Land Sdn Bhd is a mid-scale property development company held privately, and it has developed about 5 property projects in Malaysia. Other similar projects by the same developer are BayGarden, BayStar, Bayan Bay and Casa Idaman.

Property Type
Shopping Mall
Land Tenure
345 sf - 456 sf
Market Price
RM1,200,000 - RM1,380,000
Completed In
Launch Price

This shopping mall is not very ideal for own stay or investment, as it has no amenities around.

The current rental yield of Queensbay Mall is around 4.47%, compared to 3.6% 4 years ago in Q1 2017. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 9.36% in Q4 2013; while the lowest one was 1.71% in Q4 2019. Meanwhile, the most common unit layouts and sizes available here are as follows:

The most popular layout and size combination at Queensbay Mall is 456 sf with a median price of RM2,630 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 350 sf with a median price of RM3,570 psf; while the cheapest one is 456 sf with a median price of RM2,630 psf.

Latest Queensbay Mall for sale listings:

24 Nov 2021Retail521 sfRM3,500,000
11 Aug 2021Retail350 sfRM1,250,000
5 Aug 2021Retail340 sfRM860,000
29 Jul 2021Retail521 sfRM3,500,000
13 Jul 2021Retail345 sfRM2,070,000
13 Jul 2021Retail525 sfRM1,300,000
10 Jul 2021Retail456 sfRM1,200,000
22 Jun 2021Retail565 sfRM2,550,000
1 Jun 2021Retail345 sfRM2,070,000
1 Jun 2021Retail525 sfRM1,300,000

Latest Queensbay Mall for rent listings:

10 Jul 2021Retail1,030 sfRM17,500
8 Jun 2021Retail1,214 sfRM10,926
22 May 2021Retail450 sfRM5,000
15 May 2021Retail200 sfRM1,200
24 Mar 2021Retail1,030 sfRM17,500
24 Mar 2021Retail516 sfRM9,500
18 Feb 2021Retail450 sfRM5,000
8 Feb 2021Retail474 sfRM4,500
16 Dec 2020Retail1,020 sfRM20,000
14 Dec 2020Retail450 sfRM6,000
1 user comments on Queensbay Mall
10 Aug 2019 @ 12:56 PM

Management should probably do something about those half completed pillars on the top floor.