Making Cities Liveable & Lovable
Our mission is to make cities more liveable, environmentally and socially resilient, and sustainable.
Latest news, happenings and events at Think City
The Downtown Kuala Lumpur Grants Programme
This grants programme is open to individuals and organisations with project ideas on creativity and resilience as core components towards the rejuvenation of Downtown KL.
Call for Urban Development Projects with Cities Investment Facility
If you have a large urban project with financing needs, we invite you to submit your project to UN-Habitat’s Cities Investment Facility (CIF) Open Call.
The Light Project
The Light Project is an extension of CENDANA’s yearly marquee event Art In The City to light up cities with public art and performances curated to take place in selected cities nationwide.
From our inception in 2009 to manage urban rejuvenation in George Town, Penang, to our presence across Malaysia today, Think City has achieved over a decade of experience and knowledge in the urban landscape.
Today, Think City is a strategic urban policy adviser, venture builder and project delivery partner, working in four domains of knowledge: Placemaking, Resilience (Environmental and Social), Analytics and Conservation.
In 2014, Think City expanded into Butterworth, Johor Bahru and Kuala Lumpur to actively continue urban rejuvenation projects, more actively shaping and supporting other aspects of citymaking, collaborating closely with both the public and private sectors, as well as the community.
Each milestone has strengthened our mission in making cities better places for people to live in, observing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals as our guide.
Think City is a project delivery partner and venture builder working in four key areas of domain knowledge: Placemaking, Resilience (Environmental and Social), Analytics, and Conservation.
Think City’s work is anchored in six flagship programmes. As an urban impact organisation, all our flagships are designed to progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).