28 November 2018
GAMUDA Cove’s Discovery Park is beginning to take shape. Gamuda Land unveiled six key partners namely Aerophile, AKA Balloon, Blastacars, Invade, Kitchen Mafia and Caravan Serai, cementing strategic partnerships for the 50-acre Discovery Park, which will be the first tourism and hangout spot to commence in Gamuda Cove.
Dubbed “nature sanctuary, future city”, Gamuda Cove is Gamuda Land’s latest township development strategically located in the Southern corridor, along the Elite Highway and opposite Cyberjaya and in close proximity to KLIA and klia2.
The 1,530-acre township has a gross development value (GDV) of RM20 billion and is mindfully planned to meet four development pillars: (i) nature inspired sanctuary (ii) smart sustainable city (iii) tourism and entertainment centre (iv) nucleus of southern Klang Valley.
The smart sustainable township is designed to cater to different aspects of living from homes, businesses, education, arts & culture, wellness to leisure & entertainment.
“What truly differentiates Gamuda Land’s townships is really our mindful planning, and to be able to bring all the components together thoughtfully. Like how we are mindful about the wetlands and forest reserve when we lay out the parks and lakes with native plants to maintain a balanced ecosystem; and how we think through the connectivity and infrastructure masterplan so that the residential, commercial and public places will come together to make the town work,” said Ngan Chee Meng, Chief Executive Officer of Gamuda Land.
“As a town-maker, we want to create towns that can stand the test of time. We carefully plan every detail for the community and this includes locking down good partnerships in advance to activate the work place, home place, play place, park place, shopping place.
“For that we are pleased to welcome Aerophile, AKA Balloon, Blastacars, Invade, Kitchen Mafia and Caravan Serai in supplying activities and services that create a differentiated experience for Gamuda Cove’s Discovery Park,” Ngan said, adding that the company is still in talks with more retailers for Discovery Park.
The Discovery Park is part of Gamuda Cove’s 372-acre commercial spaces dedicated to a plethora of exciting experiences such as shopping, dining, leisure and outdoor recreational activities.
With the vision to position itself as the next tourism and entertainment hub in Southern Klang Valley, the Discovery Park sets to offer opportunities to discover thrills, fun, spectacular sights and nature through three recreational zones, The Adventure Park, Hangout Village and Sports Park.
The Adventure Park is the vantage point for thrill seekers to enjoy the lush greenery of the adjacent Paya Indah Wetlands and Kuala Langat forest reserves through various adventure options.
The Hangout Village is a thriving social hub that offers a variety of F&B and unique leisure experience from shopping, dining to chilling out. Introducing the revolutionary concept of “food-tainment” with South East Asia’s first Aerobar operated by Aerophile Group from France where in each ride fifteen passengers can enjoy their drinks in a 35-meter high flying bar in the sky.
While the Sports Park will house international standard sports facilities and a wellness centre, including an Olympic length swimming pool, badminton and football academy as well as a golf driving range, that will be suitable for all ages and levels of players.
There will also be experiential cycling and walking trails namely the Forest Trail, Wetland Trail and Family Trail which offers picturesque views of the Discovery Park and the surrounding nature that are suitable for families and friends alike.
Gamuda Cove Discovery Park is scheduled for partial opening in 2019 with its Adventure Park and Hangout Village and full opening with all zones in 2020. Next in the pipeline for Gamuda Cove is the water theme park to open by 2022 which will complement the Discovery Park.
For more information, log on to gamudaland.com.my.