Alam Sutera

Alam Sutera is a mixed-use development zone occupying land of more than 800 hectares in the Serpong-Tangerang area. The area that began to be developed in 1994 has become an independently established, dynamic city.

Consisting of residential and commercial areas integrated with supporting facilities, Alam Sutera presents a comfort and convenience living, which is extremely hard to find in other areas. Comprised of premium quality facilities for educational, recreational, health and commercial uses, it is the favorite destination in the western part of Jakarta.

The toll road access in Alam Sutera, namely at km 15 of the Jakarta-Merak toll road, which was opened in September 2009, has brought Alam Sutera closer to, and easily accessible from Jakarta. This accessibility also provides greater social and economical benefits for Alam Sutera and the surrounding areas.

As an area concerned with the environment, Alam Sutera constantly prioritizes the surrounding nature (including its topography, hydrology, accessibility and demography) in all planning processes and the implementation of the development of the area. By implementing ecological planning methods throughout the entire process, Alam Sutera has successfully created a sustainable and highly beneficial environment for all its residents.

The rapid development has ensured the choice of Alam Sutera as the area that offers good living quality. Alam Sutera believes that all development activities shall prioritize the environmental factors. For Alam Sutera, environmental factors are not merely a marketing strategy; it is a serious commitment which must be consistently implemented.