PETALING JAYA: Gamuda Land, the property arm of GAMUDA BHD, has inked several memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with its partners who will contribute their presence in its new township Gamuda Gardens.
The partners come from several sectors, namely sports, tourism, education and services.
The property developer will be collaborating with New Zealand tourism company Skyline Enterprises to offer Luge’s innovative outdoor adventure activities, to be built on a 30,000 sq m hill site.
The establishment of the tourist attraction site will also include extensive food and beverage offerings.
Gamuda Land CEO Ngan Chee Meng is confident that the Luge activities will be a major attraction.
“Complementing the leisure component of our masterplan, the Luge will be an integrated part of our RM4.3bil Gamuda Gardens City Centre, which will also include a one million sq. ft. regional retail mall with entertainment elements,” he said in a press release.
It also inked an MoU with Beaconhouse to set up Beaconhouse International School to offer pre-school to secondary education.
To be established in phases with targeted completion in September 2022, the school will be able to house over 1,200 students.
The property developer is also collaborating with six brands in the sports and wellness, and conveniences sectors, to ensure an integrated township with facilities and amenities within easy reach.
“Our partners are a key component of our master plan which aims to ensure a good balance of residential, commercial and leisure offerings.
“For sports and wellness, we have Arena Legacy and Ecocana Sports.
“For events space, there is Wedding by Emma, a boutique agency. We will also have 7-Eleven, Mr DIY and Petron,” said Ngan.
A a 100,000 sq. ft. Waterfront Village facing the waterfalls to house a sports and wellness centre will be opened next year. It will have an Olympic-length swimming pool, badminton courts, sauna and water play park.
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