Mah Sing develops green sanctuary for Southville City


Refreshing move: Ho says it took the group eight months to transform a barren piece of land into a lush, green sanctuary. On his right is Khaw.

WITH parks and open spaces seen to be providing intrinsic, environmental value and recreational benefits to property developments, it’s no surprise that Mah Sing Group Bhd developed a green sanctuary for its Southville City development in Bangi.

The 9.62-acre community-friendly Taman Puncak @ Sepang recreational park (or better known as the Summit Park) aims to serve not just the residents of the Southville City township but also those within the surrounding locations.

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