Workyard Private Offices Sentul Sentul Selatan

A more personalized serviced offices where you can be at your best in your chosen career

Unit 5-5, D6 Jalan Sentul, Sentul Selatan, 51000 Kuala Lumpur

1-5 guests
  • Mon-Fri: 10:00 - 18:00
  • Sat: Closed
  • Sun: Closed

Our team is hard at work to provide you an added value for our members – with crucial workshops/events and talks planned in the foreseeable future.

A minimalistic, focus-orientated co-working space and serviced suites, in the prestigious and upcoming Sentul East district. Workyard will be able to provide you everything you need. If you are looking to enjoy all the benefits of a co-working space, whilst avoiding the unnecessary noise, distractions and clutter of current co-working spaces? 
Or looking for a more premium and personalized service without breaking the bank? We are just the space you need.

Our services are competitively priced against other co-working spaces, and offer great value-for-money.
Free coffee and snacks for all our guests, because we prioritize your needs over our profit margins. 

Our  minimalistic co-working spaces offers a more focus orientated and tight-knit community, to prioritize what matters most – our work.
We offer mailing, call filtering and reception services for FREE to our long-term members – all part of our premium service to you.

Airconditioning UseAirconditioning Use
Basic Tools and Equipments Basic Tools and Equipments
Chairs and tablesChairs and tables
Fully FurnishedFully Furnished
High Speed Internet High Speed Internet
Wifi AccessWifi Access
  • Printing services (RM 0,50 per page),
  • meeting room (RM 120 / hour),
  • premium coffee (RM 6/capsule),
  • snacks, Parking (RM130/month)

Hi, I’m Esther!

With the growing number of entrepreneurs and companies looking for flexible workspaces in Malaysia, FlySpaces can help you lock down the perfect workspace for your business.

If you’d like to talk about workspaces in Malaysia, please feel free to reach out to me at [email protected]  or +6017 5577369


Sentul is one of the more major towns in Kuala Lumpur where the Malayan Railway Train Depot is. Divided in two sections named Sentul Barat and Sentul Timur (West and East), the town is home to many Hindu temples and even churches as there is a distinct Indian influence stemming from the arrival of Indian workers that worked on the train depot since the time of 1896 when the British founded the Federated Malay States.