ECO World Development Group Berhad (EcoWorld Malaysia) hosted an early Chinese New Year open house together with the opening of the Brydon collection show houses.
At the event held at EcoWorld Gallery @ Eco Horizon in Lebuhraya Bandar Cassia, Batu Kawan, guests enjoyed tasty food and activities like clown acts, lion and dragon dances, live band performances, face-painting, fortune-telling and a God of Prosperity walkabout.
The highlight of the event was a lucky draw session which saw happy guests walking away with a Dyson hairdryer, Samsung sound bar, Sharp microwave oven, Samsung vacuum cleaner, Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee machine and Tupperware festive gift sets.
The guests also witnessed the opening of the Brydon collection show houses which kicked off with an insightful feng shui talk by Master Tham Kuen Wei.
The show houses comprise two semi-detached houses and two bungalows.
Brydon, the second phase of the 300-acre Eco Horizon, offers four types of semi-detached houses sized 34ft x 75ft and priced from RM1.25mil.
The phase also has bungalow houses of 50ft x 80ft and 56ft x 85ft, priced from RM1.94mil.
The units enjoy close proximity to Eco Horizon’s twin Flamingo Lakes, a 13.6-acre flamingo-shaped water body and landscaped park located at the centre of the township.
Another unique feature of the development is a centralised clubhouse built on three acres. It offers various amenities including an Olympic-sized swimming pool, community hall, lounge and a dedicated BBQ area.
Eco Horizon has a gross development value of RM7bil and is strategically situated just off the primary interchange linking the second Penang bridge to the North-South Highway with landmarks in the immediate vicinity such as Ikea, the Batu Kawan Stadium, Batu Kawan Industrial Park and several educational institutions.
Also present at the event were EcoWorld divisional general manager (northern region) Chan Soo How, its divisional general manager (central and northern region) Ho Kwee Hong, head of sales and marketing (northern region) Eunice Lee Lay Wah, senior manager of project, planning and development (northern region) Albert Wu and senior manager of health, safety, security and environment (northern region) S. Paranitharan.
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