The property arm of Gamuda Bhd said in a statement that the 810-acre Gamuda Gardens would fuse lifestyle and nature in one township while the 90-acre Kundang Estates represented a modern take on countryside living.
Both projects, located within a short drive of each other north of Sungai Buloh, are designed to be complementary.
They showcase the developer’s ambition to “dramatically change the face of northern Kuala Lumpur”, Gamuda Land said.
Kundang Estates comprises 573 units of double-storey terrace houses surrounded by lush greenery, it said.
“As part of our strong master plan, Gamuda Land has always placed great emphasis on creating a beautiful and conducive environment with the right mix and placement of facilities and amenities, to ensure that our residents have a good quality of life,” said Gamuda Land chief operating officer Ngan Chee Meng at the Kundang Estates Country Fest in Kundang on Monday. “The ideal environment, in combination with a good location, ensures sustainable value especially from an investment perspective. And this, we have consistently been delivering to our customers as proven by the four consecutive years of winning the value creation excellence award.”
Ngan added that the same principles were applied in developing Kundang Estates.
“In fact, we have raised the bar. We created four different interconnected parks to appeal to people from different walks of life. The features and activities in these parks are truly unique and will definitely bring people out of their homes to spend more quality time outdoors as well as interact with the neighbours,” Ngan said.
The four parks are Lakeside Gardens, Community Farm, Esplanade and Adventure Parks.
The Esplanade features the Flying Fox, open air trampolines and the beautifully-landscaped Flower Lane. Meanwhile the Lakeside Gardens presents a scenic jogging and bike trail that circles a lake and also links to the entire estate.
Adventure Parks has an extreme bike trail and adventure climbing web. The Community Farm, with its planting beds, enables residents to bond as they get together to grow plants, herbs and vegetables for personal consumption, under the guidance of professionals.